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Workin' Momsis filming its seventh and final season in Toronto, and fans have already spotted production underway.

A Twitter user sent a tip to Toronto Filming with a photo of the Workin' Moms set at Broadview Hotel on June 28.

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Toronto's Pride parade hit the city's streets over the weekend, and it looked like quite the celebration.

On Sunday, June 26, the iconic Pride parade took over downtown Toronto after a long two-year hiatus, and among the crowds celebrating the 2SLGBTQIA+ community were some very familiar faces.

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Adam Sandler is taking Toronto by storm, and celebrity sightings of the iconicBilly Madisonand Uncut Gems actor don't seem to be slowing down.

Sandler's You Are SO Not Invited To My Bat Mitzvah! is set to start filming this week from June 29 until August 12, so Torontonians may have a good chunk of the summer to potentially meet Sandler – or at least spot him in person.

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The Umbrella Academy Season 3 has just been released on Netflix Canada, and it's filled with adventure, action, and heartwarming moments with the Hargreeves family.

The series itself was partially filmed in spots around Ontario, including Toronto, and the cast told Narcity where they loved to hang out in the city when they weren't trying to save the world. Even superheroes need a break sometimes!

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If you're a Drake fan, chances are you've already listened to Honestly, Nevermind, and of course, seen his newest music video for "Falling Back."

But, for those of you who haven't watched the video yet (and honestly, where have you been?), Drake gets married to 23 different women at his over-the-top wedding ceremony with Tristan Thompson as his best man and The Hangover's foul-mouthed wedding singer belting out 2010 classic "Best I Ever Had."

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The Man From Toronto stars Kevin Hart and Woody Harrelson have officially apologized for mispronouncing Toronto in their upcoming Netflix film.

The pair were caught with their linguistic pants down saying "toe-ron-toe" as opposed to the local pronunciation "tuh-ronno," in the film's trailer for the action-packed comedy.

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Adam Sandler has been spotted in Toronto, and the famous actor has been taking the time to pose with his fans on the street.

Sandler's new movie, You Are SO Not Invited To My Bat Mitzvah! is casting for background performers in the GTA, with filming set to take place from June 29 to August 12. So, that may have something to do with the actor's visit to the 6ix.

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Austin Butler graced the TIFF Bell Lightbox red carpet on June 17 for the Toronto premiere of Elvis, and the star shared why you may not recognize his voice post-Elvis.

The upcoming film, directed by the iconic Baz Luhrmann, has gained much buzz on TikTok with countless videos appreciating (and thirsting over) Butler in his upcoming role as Elvis Presley in the King of Rock 'n' Roll biopic.

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The Man From Toronto is set to premiere on Netflix this month, and if the cast's reaction to their roles is any indication, it's going to be a bucket full of laughs.

Woody Harrelson told Entertainment Tonight on a segment ofET On The Set Exclusive that not laughing was one of the hardest parts of playing the assassin from Toronto.

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Drake released his seventh studio album, Honestly, Nevermind, at midnight and the 6ix god couldn't help but flex some middle-school quality french on one of his tracks.

On the surprise album's seventh song, "Sticky," Drake raps, "Ayy, two sprinters to Quebec, Chérie, où est mon bec?"

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This is not a drill: Drake not only dropped his seventh studio album Honestly, Nevermind, but he also put out a new music video (and it sounds off all the wedding bells).

Not only does Drake get married to 23 different women in the music video for "Falling Back", but Brampton's very own Tristan Thompson also makes a cameo appearance to play his best man.

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The Handmaid's Tale cast is in full swing, filming its fifth season in Toronto, and there have been so many recent sightings.

Toronto Filming reported in a tweet on June 16 at 7:18 a.m. that Bradley Whitford, who plays Commander Joseph Lawrence, was taking a seat in the director's chair and reposted a photo of Yvonne Strahovski, who plays Serena Joy Waterford, clapping as she watched Whitford in action.

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