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Where should the Toronto sign go next?

This morning, Mayor John Tory greeted Torontonians with a delightful video asking viewers to tweet suggestions for where the giant Toronto sign should go after its one-year residency at Nathan Phillips Square.

Many Twitter-users recommended the sign stay put, while others advocated for Pluto, the top of the CN Tower and of course, in front of Rob Ford's house as possible new locations.

Like the famous "I amsterdam" sign in the Dutch capital, the Toronto sign is already fodder for the Instagram feeds of tourists and residents alike. Its pending move inspired lots of chatter and with #TORONTOsign trending on Twitter, we rounded up some of the best and most outlandish ideas for its new home.

Check out some of the suggestions below.

Where do you want the Toronto sign to go? Let us know in the comments.

Photo by Sean Galbraith on Facebook.


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