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Toronto businesses respond to launch of Pokemon Go

Yesterday marked the launch of Pokemon Go in Canada. While some Torontonians may have already been playing for a week, others finally joined in on the fun - and crashed the servers temporarily.

With the official Canadian launch party at the CN Tower tonight, the Pokemon Go craze is showing no signs of slowing down in the 6ix. Not only are people hooked but some of our local businesses, markets, museums and amusement parks are getting in on the Pokemon action.

Here's a round-up of how some Toronto businesses responded to the launch of Pokemon Go as see on Instagram.

And here they come! #pokemongo enjoying some #unionsummer eats and treats ☺️☀️👏

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Surprise, surprise: #PokemonGO have great taste in art galleries. 📷 treynox #PokemonAGO

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Do you think I could catch that Zubat? 🦁 #TOLionCubs #PokeTOZoo #PokemonGO

A photo posted by Toronto Zoo (@thetorontozoo) on

#pokemongo Gotta eat them all! #Pokemon #pikachu #gottacatchthemall #thesix #toronto #selectbakery #customorder

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The DFA are a little spicier today #heatwave #ember #sneakydees #toronto

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Photo via @loqtm.


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