Use of Assembly Grounds
The Legislative Precinct Grounds at Queen’s Park (Toronto) comprise the area of land bounded by Queen’s Park Crescent on the east and west and on the north by Wellesley Street West. Some of the permitted activities on the Legislative Precinct Grounds include:
- Public Assemblies (demonstrations, protests, or rallies) — see application form below
- Ceremonial and Official Visits
- Government Events
- Parliamentary or Protocol Activities
- Special Events on behalf of the Legislative Assembly
Booking a Demonstration, Protest, or Rally
Peaceful demonstrations / rallies are welcome and expected on the Legislative grounds. The Legislative Assembly will make every effort to cooperate and assist you in planning your event.
If you are interested in booking the Legislative grounds, please read the application below carefully for important information and guidelines. Requests for use of the Legislative Grounds are to be directed to the Investigative Liaison Unit by calling 416-325-2900 or via fax 416-325-3171.
- Please complete all sections of the application and forward it via fax to the Investigative Liaison Unit. Include all supporting or additional information.
- When possible allow a minimum of two to four business days to process the application (as much time as possible for larger, more involved events).
- Officers of the Legislative Security Service will contact you to arrange a time to meet with you and review your application, the rules associated with the use of the grounds, and the logistics associated with your activity.
- Detailed guidelines are available upon request by contacting the Investigative Liaison Unit via the above contact information.
Application: Public Assemblies (demonstrations, protests, rallies), Legislative Assembly of Ontario Grounds (pdf)
Legislative Security Service – Investigative Liaison Unit
(demonstrations, protests, rallies, etc.)
Parliamentary Protocol and Public Relations Branch
(ceremonies, events, protocol activities, etc.)