2020 has been a year unlike any other and none of us are bound to forget it anytime soon.\nIn Toronto, there were tons of iconic and powerful moments captured, so we decided to compile a list of 2020 in photos — all the most iconic moments that defined Toronto over the past year.\nEditor's Choice: 7 New Laws & Regulations That Will Affect Canadians Starting In 2021\nIn late February, the city rallied in support of Wet'suwet'en sovereignty, alongside many other solidarity actions across Canada. Read more...\nPuffinspictures | Dreamstime\nOf course, the COVID-19 pandemic hit the city shortly after, and everything from workplaces to playgrounds got shut down. Read more...\nAnoushkatoronto | Dreamstime\nStreets across the city were emptied as residents were encouraged to shelter in place. Read more...\nShawngoldberg | Dreamstime\nSome were quicker than others to grasp the concept of social distancing. Read more...\nI understand that the photos of people in Trinity Bellwoods were disappointing today. It was a beautiful day & we all want to enjoy our city together, but this could be selfish & dangerous behaviour that could set us back. (1/3) pic.twitter.com/cKVj0DdBhh— Dr. Eileen de Villa (@epdevilla) May 23, 2020\nSo the city painted socially-distanced circles in Trinity Bellwoods so people would get the message. Read more...\n#TrinityBellwoods pic.twitter.com/dXUM7VUwY5— WPS (@warrenpsonoda) May 28, 2020\nWhile in lockdown, a family of foxes living in Woodbine Beach captured the heart of Toronto and the internet. Read more...\nThe Fox family living at Woodbine Beach in #Toronto is cute and all.. but someone needs to warn this mother Fox that entering the taped off section of the park is illegal!! 🤷♂️ #covidtoronto #stayaway #covidontario pic.twitter.com/bNeqzg6e0W— MJ (@mj1toronto) May 6, 2020\nSome people were less than supportive of the new lockdown restrictions. Read more...\nlance.mcmillan | Instagram\nIn June, Toronto mourned the loss of Regis Korchinski-Paquet and called for justice alongside worldwide movements following the death of George Floyd. Read more...\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Toronto Splash (@torontosplash)\nJuneteenth protestors painted a "Defund the Police" mural outside the Toronto Police Service's headquarters on College. Read more...\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Black Lives Matter - Toronto (@blm_to)\nSome of our streets were transformed into patios in July — a change that some seemed to really enjoy! Read more...\nYesterday, midtown Yonge was transformed by #cafeTO. Look at this. Interim materials but incredible impact. On-street patios mean more sidewalk space for #walkTO. Cars allowed, but drivers more cautious. And there's even some space for #BikeTO. pic.twitter.com/2wbkMNAF5n— Kevin Rupasinghe (@RupasingheKevin) July 5, 2020\nIn September, Schitt's Creek swept the Emmy's — winning nine awards and the cast took an epic selfie in front of the CN Tower afterward! Read more...\nOur hometown went gold for us tonight. What an honor. Thank you, Toronto! pic.twitter.com/fY4ltigWMd— dan levy (@danjlevy) September 22, 2020\nIn October, we saw perhaps the most iconic Toronto duo — Segway man and his raccoon. Read more...\nThis video is everything to me pic.twitter.com/FVRqvH0ewA— Abby Neufeld (@abbyjowho) October 28, 2020\nNovember brought the infamous Adamson Barbecue debacle, in which owner Adam Skelly defied lockdown orders to serve barbecue to the people of Etobicoke. Read more...\nLance McMillan | Narcity\nThe year undeniably had ups and downs, but hey — we've got a whole new year ahead of us to make the best of!