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10 things to do in Toronto today

Doing laundry isn't the only event happening in Toronto as a fleet of retro cars arrive at Ontario Place for an 80s and 90s car show. It's the last day to get in on the fun at the TIFF Festival Street and Taste of the Kingsway while the year's biggest vegetarian festival wraps up as well.

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    • September 5-8
      It's the last day to get in on the film festival fun as King Street W goes car-free for outdoor film screenings, concerts, food trucks and activities.
      King Street West
    • September 5-15
      TIFF's first weekend comes to a close today but there's still plenty of screenings over the next week, plus talks, programming and special guests.
      TIFF Bell Lightbox
    • September 6-8
      There's still another day to get your fill of vegetarian food from over 160 vendors at this big annual festival with workshops, music and speakers.
      Harbourfront Centre
    • September 6-8
      The final day of this big neighbourhood food festival is here with one last chance to check out the many flavours being served up by local vendors.
      Bloor Street West
    • September 7-8
      Cabbagetown is ready for a final day of fun with performances, music, shopping and food from local vendors that show off the best of the neighbourhood.
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