Justin Trudeau, PM of Canada, visits the Third Taste of Manila Festival. He remarks on the Canadian multiculturalism as a strength of Canada
Toronto vigil in support of Paris, France a day after in Nathan Phillips Square. Emotional woman mourning in the crowd.
Michael Shannon and Kate Arrinton walk the TIFF Red Carpet at Roy Thompson Hall during the premiere of the film "Loving"
Elizabeth Dowdeswell, Lieutenant Governor of Ontario, delivers the throne speech at the Ontario Legislature
Toronto Police Chief Bill Blair leads the 28th edition of the St. Patrick Day Parade as the Grand Marshal
Stop Harper signs during the protest march the International Women's Day (IWD) in Toronto.
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.
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.
Women's Solidarity March: protesters from the Samba squad music having fun while marching in University Avenue. Toronto city saw one of the largest demonstrations on its history. Women were demanding more equality and protesting many of Donald Trump stances