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5 things to do in Toronto today

It's a big day for things to do in Toronto with people gathering for a rally and round dance in support of Wet'suwet'en. Elsewhere, gardeners and plant lovers are in for a treat at the Toronto Botanical Gardens open house and there's a big 80s-ski lodge party.

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    • February 22
      The CJTO contingent are holding a mass rally and Indigenous-led round dance at Queen's Park in solidarity with the ongoing Wet'suwet'en protests.
      Queen's Park
    • February 22
      Après Ski is back for a sixth year of 80s ski lodge-style fun with a huge all-day party that include a snow machine, drinks, food, music and lots more.
      The Porch
    • February 22
      Having hit it big with "Lovers", this Norwegian dream pop singer has already had her songs mixed by The Chainsmokers and she's not stopping there.
    • February 22
      Spring is just around the corner and the Toronto Botanical Garden is ready for a day of gardening fun with over 50 exhibitors and free workshops and talks.
      Toronto Botanical Garden
    • February 22-23
      The stars of the internet take to the big screen at this festival dedicated to the best cat videos with 10 per cent of ticket sales going to the Toronto Cat Rescue.
      Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema
    Lead photo by

    Jason Hargrove

Lead photo by

Jason Hargrove


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