The City Of Toronto Now Has An Official Snapchat Account

Actually cool.
The City Of Toronto Now Has An Official Snapchat Account

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St. Patty's and Coachella need to move over because Snapchat just made a LIVE feed for Toronto Life. The geo location of Downtown on Snapchat features an awesome new "Toronto Life" filter for snaps being submitted to the "Our Story Toronto Life". When you check the "Our Story Toronto Life" option on your friends list, there is a chance all of Toronto will get to your snap story.

Don't believe me? Go check your 'My Story' right now and look for the "Toronto Life" option.

Here are some cool stories that were featured today:

There are so many cute less than 10 second stories our beautiful city consists of so, I can't wait to see what more gets featured. Looking forwards to come great shots of the spring mood in Torontonians and obviously the idealistic Harbour Front sunset shot.

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