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People take to the streets to speak out against slut-shaming, victim-blaming, and sexual violence.
It's the end of the line for the TTC's 27-year-old trains.
Cardboard beaches, bacon explosions, and music heavyweights turn up at the festival's outdoor King West venue.
Members of the Regent Park community design and paint large-scale art works for the neighbourhood.
Adorable, adoptable café cats and photos of those cats. Enough said.
Celebrating decades of Pride by bringing colour to the streets.
A sneak peek at the colourful, fancy, and bendy vehicle that will officially be hitting the streets of Toronto later this summer.
If you act fast, you can still catch the sakura in all (or at least most of) their glory.
Flowers meet ceramics in the museum's new exhibit.
The Just for Cats: Internet Cat Video Festival brings us the red carpet event we've all been waiting for.
These b-boys and b-girls were raising awareness of a good cause, through dance battles.
This past weekend, pillow-wielding heroes and villains descended upon Nathan Phillips Square.
The AGO, at least a couple of artists, and a whole lot of stormtroopers would like an answer to that question.
Over 100 firefighters are battling the massive fire at Dufferin Street and Eglinton Avenue West.
Hot Wheels brings a 625-foot-long track to the AGO.
The polar bear cub learns his name is Humphrey, is still cute anyway.
Icefest 2014 brought some chilly artistry to the heart of the city.
Phase one of the theatre's renovation project will make the venue more accessible, but not more soundproof.