The 68th annual Canadian International Air Show (CIAS) soars over Lake Ontario Labour Day weekend
Plaster cast body of a person killed by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius at Pompeii in 79 A.D on display at the Royal Ontario Museum. The person is sitting on the floor with vertically folded legs and his hands held close to his head. The city of Pompeii was an ancient Roman town in Italy which was mostly destroyed and buried under ash and pumice in the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD.
Raging Grannies of Toronto: Global Climate March . Hundreds march demanding the government to actually act on emissions and other climate issues
The Raging Grannies are activist organizations in many cities and towns in Canada, the United States, and in other countries. They are social justice activists, all women old enough to be grandmothers, who dress up in clothes that mock stereotypes of older women, and sing songs at protests.
Toronto taxi drivers protest against Uber and the city lack of bylaws enforcement regarding the rival company.
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.
Elizabeth Dowdeswell, Lieutenant Governor of Ontario, delivers the throne speech at the Ontario Legislature
Janet Davis ,Toronto Councillor in Cith Hall.Thousands gathered in Toronto on Saturday day to mark International Womenís Day.
The main themes of this yearís march were fighting for the rights of aboriginal women and raising awareness about sexual violence and racial discrimination.
Salsa on St. Clair Ave West: Non Latin girl enjoying the Latin American music in one of the many stages in the festival
The celebration the largest Hispanic festival in Canada and this year Univision is the main partner hosting the event
New Year's Eve celebrations in downtown. Toronto flag in foreground of Nathan Phillips Square Freedom Arches. People skating in ice rink.