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Spring in Toronto

First signs of spring in Toronto

Spring officially got underway almost two weeks ago, but signs of its full scale arrival haven't exactly been abundant in Toronto thanks to a snowstorm on the 23rd. Despite the hiccup, over the course of March, the great thaw has slowly proceeded, and there's reason for optimism that sub-zero temperatures have retired for the season. Here's the evidence, it being April 1st and all.

Lead photo of early patio season in Kensington Market by Dan Cronin (subsequent credits underneath each photo).

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Photo by Keith Holmes.

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Photo by Carinav.

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Photo by Alexandra Geurson.

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Photo by Andrew Snow.

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Photo by Danielle Scott.

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Photo by lars_o_matic.

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Photo by Martin Reis.

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Photo by BeThenPhotos.

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Photo by mauriciojcalero.

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Also by mauriciojcalero.

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