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Photos of the 2012 Beaches Easter Parade

The annual Beaches Easter Parade along Queen street has always been fairly inclusive, and this year was no exception with a little bit of everything on display for those who lined the route. Usual highlights like the vintage TTC vehicles and Easter bunny made an appearance, but how could they compete with the mayor himself, Mr. Rob Ford? RoFo distributed easter eggs and posed for the cameras a few times, seemingly unperturbed by the presence of the Peter Witt streetcar in his vicinity. Time, it seems, heals all wounds.

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