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Toronto Police have confirmed "demonstrations" will be taking place in the city this weekend, and they are taking precautions to protect hospitals and minimize delays.

In a series of tweets, Toronto Police Service announced several road closures will come in place at 11:30 a.m. on Friday, and they are advising people to stay out of demonstration areas.

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Another possible protest inspired by the Freedom Convoy is expected to roll through Toronto before ending up at Queens Park this weekend.

A flyer inviting protesters to rally at seven meet-up locations across the city on Saturday, February 5, at 10 a.m. has been circulating on social media and making waves on Reddit.

The protest, dubbed "Convoy for Freedom Toronto," will apparently start out at several popular malls throughout the GTA, including Vaughan Mills, Scarborough Town Centre, Yorkdale Mall, Square One, Sherway Gardens and a Tim Hortons in Oakville. According to the flyer, protesters are then invited to roll out by 11 a.m. and head to Queens Park for the rest of the rally.

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Over the last few years, New West has gone from your average city to a hub for all things artsy and cool.

With attractions like River Market, the urban beach, and all kinds of unique little restaurants, New West is the perfect day trip for both tourists and locals looking to reacquaint themselves with the newly transformed city.

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So apparently pornography can be art after all. According to 680 News and City News, it has been right under our nose, here in the city of Toronto, for close to three weeks.

The 'Sacred Circle XII' appears to be a beautiful mandala-like mosaic at first glance. Take just a couple steps closer and it doesn't take long to notice the jarring images of women in very compromising positions that make up the mosaic. The piece is on display at The John B. Aird Gallery, just steps away from the Legislative Assembly at Queen's Park, as a part of the 30 under 30 exhibit.

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