Critical Mass Ride Here's your chance to take back the streets in the name of cycling. Join this consciousness raising bike-a-thon and make the point that the roads are for everyone. 6:30 pm. Free. Spadina and Bloor. See listing.
Pride Trans March Trans people won a major victory when Toby's Law was passed in the provincial House, assuring the community of protection under the human rights code -- so this march is bound to be celebratory. 6 pm. Gloucester and Yonge. Free. See listing.
Jaws Senior film writer Norman Wilner calls it the best American movie ever made. Now Steven Spielberg's thriller about a shark attacking a summer resort town returns to the TIFF Bell Lightbox in a digitally restored version overseen by the director. See review.
People Like Us Chris Pine, Elizabeth Banks and Michelle Pfeiffer are terrific in this melodrama about an amoral salesman who discovers some truths about his family. See review.
Bitch Salad Gives Back Host/curator Andrew Johnston presents his annual Pride show, this year with headliner Gavin Crawford, Christina Walkinshaw, Julia Hladkowicz, Shangela from RuPaul's Drag Race and others. At Buddies in Bad Times. See interview with Crawford.
Avenue Q Robert Lopez and Jeff Marx's award-winning musical about confused 20-somethings navigating life with Muppet-style puppets continues at the Lower Ossington Theatre until August 4. See review.
Tools For Conviviality This Melanie O'Brien-curated show brings together artists whose work seeks to effect change, including Canadians Abbas Akhavan, Geoffrey Farmer and Raymond Boisjoly and French collective Claire Fontaine. Reception tonight, artists' tour with Akhavan and Kyla Mallett tomorrow afternoon at the Power Plant. See listing.
John Pizzarelli Quartet / Tedeschi Trucks Band The Toronto Jazz Festival continues to bring heavy-hitters in the genre, including Radio Deluxe with the John Pizzarelli Quartet featuring Jessica Molaskey and Emilie-Claire Barlow at the Royal Conservatory of Music's Koerner Hall (see listing); and the sprawling bluesier outfit Tedeschi Trucks Band at Nathan Phillips Square Mainstage Marquee (see listing). Both shows start at 8 pm.
Frankie Knuckles The American house DJ and remix artist plays the Toronto Pride: One World event at 519 Church Street Community Centre Green Space, alongside Deko-ze, Addy, Mark Kufner and Ticky Ty. See listing.
Big Primpin The Pride edition of Big Primpin sees DJs Dionne, Nino Brown, Kevin Ritchie and Phil V take over Wrongbar (with an extended 4 am licence). See listing.
Airplane Boys Harbourfront Centre's Canada Day celebrations include an appearance by the rising star rap-hip-hop duo. See listing.