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The Best #Toronto Instagram Pictures (Vol.11)

Ah, April. The month of indecisive weather. One day everyone's wearing shorts, another day everyone's wearing Goose jackets. One day it's beautiful and sunny and 20 degrees, another day it's freezing and negative something degrees. In conclusion: April weather sucks.

While the weather continues to suck, your Instagram photos continue to amaze us. If you want a chance to be featured, hashtag your pics as #NarcityToronto or tag us @Narcity_Toronto.

Check out the best photos of the week below.

Photo cred – @hayds65

Photo cred – @era.ninetyone

Photo cred – @telepathik

Photo cred – @bora.vs.bora

Photo cred – @jg101photography

For more Toronto pics and Instagram goodness, follow Jessica Lam @jessicailam.

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