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Spring is blooming on schedule—or at least the cherry blossoms are.
Isn't the appearance of mysterious large crayons one of the first signs of spring?
Serious vaudevillian aims to bring the right kind of clown to the mayor's office.
The store is empty, and now the sign has come down.
Please note: a trombone player would also be acceptable.
The mayor was met with cheers, heckles, and many questions from the media at the St. Patrick's Day Parade.
Historic building defies gravity on concrete stilts while construction goes on below it.
Another picture for Mayor Rob Ford's "my photos with alleged gang members" scrapbook.
The TTC's new streetcars are still making test runs, and they're still really, really long.
Student photography takes over one of Toronto's best-known public art venues.
Here's one way of prolonging the lives of urban payphones.
To mark the anniversary of the northeastern blackout, there was a street party on Queen Street West.
A ukulele-toting flash mob stormed the subway this morning.
In a downtown office building, a weird harvest.
A glimpse at one of the giant machines that will dig the future beneath Eglinton Avenue.
Celebrating with many, many bursts of colour.
As part of Icefest, sculptors turned frozen blocks into artwork.
TTC construction, as seen from the top of a crane.