Toronto Caribbean Carnival is recognized worldwide as Toronto’s celebration of Caribbean culture and traditions. It is one of the largest cultural festivals in North America, bringing over two million people to Toronto each year. What once started as a three-day festival under the name Canadian Centennial is now a massive party that lasts four weeks in the summer. This documentary special highlights how this 1960’s festival became the giant celebration it is today and how events showcased within the festival are full of deep meaning and symbolism.