Officers located two victims who had serious, but not life-threatening injuries.
Police and paramedics had to contend with several incidents on Monday, including a shooting in which at least four people were injured and three people were arrested.
The festivities were briefly suspended as one of the hosts alerted the masses, most of whom had been there since the morning, that there was an emergency.
Bhatia said the Raptors players attending the parade "get the pride and get the satisfaction, which they are not going to get anywhere else in the world".
The 27-year-old already has one championship title under his belt from his time with the San Antonio Spurs, but he said this time around is different.
"I expect we'll have Canada's most talented team ever, with most of our NBA players proudly representing their country", Glen Grunwald, president and CEO of Canada Basketball said in May.
It's expected that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will be on hand and the Canadian Forces Snowbirds will do a flyover.
"It's been incredible", star forward Kawhi Leonard said.
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Sixteen players are riding on five open-air double-decker buses, waving the Larry O'Brien Championship trophy in the air, smoking cigars and spraying the crowds with champagne. "I'm just giving up some vacation time", he said.
The Canadian musician Drake, one of the team's most prominent and outspoken fans, earned a place on one of the buses. "Thank you Toronto, thank you Canada for the support, we did it", he said. Others in the crowd began to run and police were clearing the area while speeches on the stage continued.
Tory previously urged every city resident to come celebrate the Raptors' first championship and declared Monday as "We The North Day, " borrowing from the franchise's slogan.
Cypher Sabanal, 15, said his mom let him skip school to attend the parade. Watching the ↕Raptors first victory parade!
"I'm so happy to be here", said the 28-year-old, who happened to have the day off.
This is the unfortunate reality that faithful San Antonio Spurs fans had to endure last season as the soft-spoken small forward Kawhi Leonard demanded a trade from the tight-knit Alamo community to play for a bigger market like NY or Los Angeles.
The Warriors were praised after taking out a full-page advert in the Toronto Star to congratulate the Raptors on their victory.