Caribana, the largest celebration of Caribbean culture in North America celebrated it's 50th anniversary this year. Thousands of attendees from across Canada, America and the Caribbean took to the streets Toronto's Exhibition Place to dance and party to the sounds of soca and reggae. Masqueraders wore vibrant face paint and ornate feathered costumes. The music along with the atmosphere was pulsating and exuberant. Toronto should be proud that it is able to host such a unique cultural event and that it's carried on for half a century.