A girl gets sprayed with a water gun during Toronto Watergun Fight 2015, at Nathan Philips Square, June 14th, 2015. (John Fernandez, 2015)
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Toronto Trans Pride March, June 26th, 2015. Participants of the march ended the rally at Yonge & Dundas Square, at one point shutting down the intersection as they rallied in support of equal rights for the transgender community. On the same day the Supreme Court declared same-sex marriage legal across the United States, in a historic ruling. (John Fernandez, 2015)

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A couple kisses during the Performance of Cashmere Cat, at Bestival Toronto 2015, June 13th, 2015 (John Fernandez, 2015)

 

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A man smokes a Marijuana joint at exactly 4:20pm, at Yonge & Dundas Square in Toronto, where thousands filled the square rallying in support of the decriminalization of Marijuana in Canada, on April 20th, 2015. (John Fernandez, 2015)

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Thousands of fans gather in Maple Leaf Square to watch game 1 of the 2015 NBA Playoffs, against the Washington Wizards April 18, 2015 (John Fernandez, 2015)

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Hundreds of Torontonians spent their Saturday afternoon on Easter weekend, in a massive pillow fight at Nathan Philips Square. The 10th annual event funded by Toronto based non-profit group Newmindspace, draws thousands each year in various North American cities. (John Fernandez, 2015)

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Roman centurions whip a man acting as Jesus, in a re-enactment of the cruxifixction of Jesus Christ. Hundreds took part in the annual St. Francis of Assisi Church Good Friday Procession in Little Italy, Toronto. April 3, 2015 (John Fernandez, 2015)

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Toronto Mayor John Tory takes the stages to offer his words of condolences, calling the Charlie Hebdo attack “a wake up call”, and reminding that we must defend Canadian Values. Hundreds gathered at Nathan Philips Square in downtown Toronto, Sunday 11th, 2014, for a rally in solidarity with the Charlie Hebdo terrorist attack, that took pace Jan 7, in Paris. Participants paused for a moment of silence, and where invited to sign a book of condolences. (John Fernandez, 2015)

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