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Toronto Pride Parade in-person returns after 2 years, thousands throng downtown

Toronto/IBNS: After a two-year pandemic-induced hiatus, Canada’s largest pride celebration returned to Toronto Sunday, with thousands of merrymakers thronging downtown streets.

Canada: Toronto observes National Indigenous Peoples Day with Sunrise Ceremony

Toronto/IBNS: Organized by the city of Toronto, National Indigenous Peoples Day (NIPD) was observed by Mayor John Tory at Nathan Phillips Square on Tuesday following a Sunrise Ceremony honouring Indigenous traditions and culture.

Canada's Toronto Mayor John Tory tests positive for COVID-19, isolates at home

Toronto/IBNS: Toronto Mayor John Tory has tested positive for COVID-19 and is isolated at home, according to a statement from the mayor's office Thursday morning.

Canada PM Justin Trudeau congratulates John Tory for winning Toronto mayoral election

Toronto, Oct 24 (IBNS): Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has congratulated John Tory for winning the Mayoral election of Toronto.

Canada: Toronto Council opposes Ontario bill reducing number of councillors

Toronto, July 31 (IBNS): Toronto Council has voted to oppose the new Ontario bill which is set to reduce the number of councillors from 47 to 25, media reports said.

Canada: Trudeau expected to attend funeral of Toronto shooting victim Reese Fallon today

Toronto, July 30 (IBNS): Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is expected to attend the funeral of Reese Fallon, who had died in the recent Toronto mass shooting, on Monday, media reports said.

Canada: Fire in Toronto stable, kills 16 horses

Toronto, May 22 (IBNS): Sixteen horses were killed in a fire which broke out in Sunnybrook stables in Toronto at an early morning on Monday.

Canada: Toronto Mayor Tory announces next steps in Vision Zero Road Safety Plan for school zones

Toronto, Mar 20 (IBNS): Several new initiatives to improve road safety to be launched in the next few weeks have been announced by the City of Toronto  with the message “slow down Toronto” in school zones, media reports said.

Canada: City of Toronto, for the third consecutive year, named one of Canada's best diversity employers

Toronto, Mar 3 (IBNS): The City of Toronto was named one of Canada's best diversity employers for the third consecutive year for its exceptional workplace diversity and inclusion programs by Mediacorp Canada Inc. media reports said.

Canada: Toronto Mayor Tory declares February 14, 2018 as Toronto's first annual Safe City Day

Toronto, Feb 15 (IBNS): Toronto Mayor John Tory  on Thursday declared February 14, 2018 as Toronto's first annual Safe City Day, media reports said.

Amazon shortlists Toronto Region as one of 20 cities for Amazon HQ2

Toronto, Jan 18 (IBNS): Toronto Mayor John Tory has said that the Toronto Region has been shortlisted for Amazon HQ2, media reports said.

Several collisions take place in Toronto, strike seven pedestrians, cyclist

Toronto, Nov 3 (IBNS): Seven pedestrians and one cyclist were struck in separate collisions across Toronto on Friday morning, media reports said.

John Tory favourite in Toronto mayoral election 2018: Poll

Toronto, Sep 14 (IBNS): Toronto Mayor John Tory will certainly have no problem in winning the upcoming mayoral election next year, according to a recent poll conducted.

Street art can enhance beautification: Toronto Mayor John Tory

Toronto, July 12 (IBNS): To commemorate Canada's 150th birthday and the "Year of Public Art" that is taking place in Chicago, the City of Toronto (Toronto and its adjoining cities) and the City of Chicago, New York are participating in a cultural exchange that will result in creating a piece of street art in both cities, media reports said.

No relationship is more important to the Govt of Canada than the one we have with Indigenous Peoples: Mélanie Joly

Toronto, June 19 (IBNS): This year’s National Aboriginal Day would collaborate with the Indigenous Arts Festival in its year's largest and free celebrations to acknowledge June as National Aboriginal History Month, media reports said.