The St. Patrick’s Day Parade returned to Toronto after a two-year hiatus. The parade ran along Bloor St toward Yonge St, then south to Queen St, before ending up on University Ave.

This annual parade featured floats, marching bands and a number of DeLorean DMC-12s. The legendry cars were built in Belfast, Northern Ireland, between 1981 and 1983 and remain a source of Irish pride today.

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    1. Yes, there’s a 2018 comedy called “Driven” about Delorean that gives an interesting view on how the car company ended (not to be confused with the 2001 movie “Driven” with Sylvester Stallone, or the 2011 movie “Drive” with Ryan Gosling)

      1. Yes, the comedy is…weird. The main character (Jason Sudekis) is from ‘Saturday Night Live’ so whenever there’s a serious scene, you feel like you’re waiting for the punchline to a joke. Very odd. But it shows that Delorean wasn’t some drug-dealing bad guy. He just wanted his dream car to be a reality.

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