Organizers of Toronto’s annual Pride Parade are planning to end the event with a tribute to the victims of alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur. The Until We’re Safe March will be led by organizers and volunteers wearing black. As the march moves down Yonge Street, barricades at Bloor, Wellesley, Carlton and Gerrard will be removed to allow others in the crowd to join. Nuamah also said a moment of silence will be held during the parade to honour not only the murder victims, but also members of the community who died because of HIV/AIDS, homophobic and transphobic laws and hate crimes. Today’s flag-raising ceremony at city hall, to mark the start of Pride Month, also recognized the victims and addressed the strain the case has caused between police and the community.