Salsa on St. Saint Clair Festival Scenes: A man holding a meat cleaver smiles in front of a food stand at the Salsa on St Clair Street Festival. He appears to be about to cut off the head of a roast pig, but he is apparently only joking, since the chef is seen in the background looking on and smiling.
Nathan Phillips Square and the Toronto Sign at night. Toronto inhabitants and visitors can enjoy a free skating rink in the square which is a major tourist landmark in the city
Canada's Wonderland Leviathan Roller Coaster.Roller coaster on a beautiful sunny day. Roller Coaster with people taking a ride.
Toronto Police Chief Bill Blair leads the 28th edition of the St. Patrick Day Parade as the Grand Marshal
Man cooking fish on a barbecue grill, at a stall during the Little Portugal festival.
Little Portugal is a bustling street festival with extended patios, games, rides, music, artists and plenty of delicious things to eat and drink from local vendors both Italian and otherwise.
Salsa on St. Saint Clair Festival Scenes: Two laughing dancers are a study in contrasts. While she is young, tall, with long dark hair, her partner is more mature, shorter, and most likely bald under his backward-turned cap. Nevertheless, he is the Boss, according to the logo on his shirt, and the two are enjoying each otherís company.
Salsa on St. Saint Clair Festival Scenes: A street musician plays a wooden flute.
The flutist is from the first nations, with a long ponytail and a headset microphone. On the ground nearby is an open guitar case where listeners can show their appreciation by tossing in some money.