Raptors fans were faced with some interruptions on their way to the Championship celebration parade this morning when a suspicious package was spotted at Queen Subway Station.\nEverything is in order now, according to police, but there was about a half an hour that had fans being evacuated from the area and a significant slowdown on the subway.\nAccording to the CBC, Toronto's TTC Subway also had to deal with overcrowded trains that were forced to bypass some stations in order to keep congestion to a minimum.\nWith the insane crowds in Toronto today, it would seem like no one has any work to do! Or otherwise, they must have some seriously forgiving bosses.\nThe tweet below was sent out by the Toronto Police Operations Centre when the suspicious package was first noticed.\nSuspicious Package #GO1118037Queen Subway StationPolice on sceneShutting Queen St west bound from Yonge to James-no pedestrian traffic at all-Eaton Centre entrance blocked, and Bay Street entranceAll pedestrians being removed from area ^js— Toronto Police OPS (@TPSOperations) June 17, 2019\nThe tweet above indicates that the subway station where the package was found was closed, in addition to the surrounding streets, highlighted in red below.\nGoogle Maps\nPedestrians were not allowed on the streets marked in red above, including the entrances to the Eaton Centre.\nPedestrians were evacuated from the area, which was likely very busy considering it is on the Raptors parade route, which you can see marked in black and red at the bottom left of the map.\nAfter about half an hour, the Toronto Police Operations Centre updated the situation saying that everything was "in order," and the area was being re-opened.\nUpdate:Suspicious Package #go11180037All in order, the area will be re-opened shortly.Thank you for your patience ^js— Toronto Police OPS (@TPSOperations) June 17, 2019\nThe view from high up in City Hall. Please consider viewing from Coronation Park. #WetheChampions #Raptors pic.twitter.com/4yo6jZcIBr— City of Toronto (@cityoftoronto) June 17, 2019\nThey managed to deal with the situation just in time, as the parade began at 10AM and was headed directly to Queen Subway Station.\nREAD ALSO: Toronto Raptors Parade Crowd Is Over 3x Bigger Than The Crowd At Trump's Presidential Inauguration\nThe crows in Toronto are clearly out of control, but luckily only in the best way possible.\nParade and rally update: Nathan Phillips Square is almost full. There is room now on the parade route at Queen and University to see our @Raptors #WeTheChampions #WeTheNorthDay #WetheNorth ^as— Toronto Police (@TorontoPolice) June 17, 2019\nIn fact, the Championship Parade has managed to accumulate more audience members than Trump's Presidential Inauguration. Now that's a fandom.\nTo read the CBC's coverage of the incident, head to their article here.