Toronto taxi drivers protest against Uber and the city lack of bylaws enforcement regarding the rival company. In the image, Sajid Mughal (with speaker on hand) addresses the crowd of protester. Sajid is the President of the Taxi Workers Association.
The protest blocked the intersection of Queen St. and Bay St. in downtown Toronto affecting the routinary commuting of Torontonians.
A temporary resolution happened at about 7.00 pm when the Mayor John Tory arranged a meeting between the taxi drivers and the Chief of Police Mark Saunders. The meeting was conditioned to the protest end before 7.30 pm.
Thousands gathered in Toronto to mark International Womenís Day with a large protest march, inequality leading to poverty.
The main themes of this yearís march were fighting for the rights of aboriginal women and raising awareness about sexual violence and racial discrimination.
International Womenís Day has been celebrated for more than 100 years. Torontoís march is the largest in North America.
Salsa on St. Clair Ave West: Hispanic couple using smartphone to take a selfie in the festival
The celebration the largest Hispanic festival in Canada and this year Univision is the main partner hosting the event
Acura Concierge precision concept. The 2017 Canadian International Autoshow celebrates Canada's 150th anniversary by putting a special focus on our countryís automotive history and contributions.
Canada Day, 150th Anniversary of Confederation.
Honest Ed sign is removed by a Pattison Sign crew. Worker on the roof tying ropes to lower the second piece of the iconic sign.
The traditional Toronto landmark and famous place will be redeveloped with commercial and residential modern buildings