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8 Things That Didn’t Totally Suck About 2020 In Toronto

There has been some good stuff, too.

Since the year has started, Toronto 2020 has been a tough one. 

While the pandemic has put a damper on most of the news we've been seeing, it doesn't mean that everything has been all bad. 

All you have to do is look beyond the cloud of doubt and misery, and you'll find some pretty hilarious and wholesome moments. 

There is always a bright side in the 6ix. 

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Gritty goes to Toronto, well, sort of. 

In August, the Flyers mascot took a hilarious botched trip to Toronto, Ohio, instead of the 6ix.

We imagine it was a long awkward journey home.

The Leafs surprised a kid on his birthday. 

Nothing makes you smile more than a wholesome gesture.

Members of the Toronto Maple Leafs surprise an 11-year-old boy after his birthday had been cancelled because of the pandemic.

The Toronto Zoo got its first baby red panda in 24 years. 

An adorable red panda cub has overcome a lot already to become an official Torontonian.

The little critter is the first red panda to be born in the zoo for decades and is bringing joy to everyone around the world.

Segway guy stepped up to save an adorable raccoon.

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Not all heroes wear capes. Some of them ride segways.

A Toronto man was seen rescuing a raccoon from a busy street on October 27, 2020.

A giant Borat gave you all the views you didn't know you needed. 

Movie marketing went to a whole new level this year.

A giant nearly-naked man floating on the waterfront will always be enough to cheer anybody up.

Someone used their downtime to create the ultimate video game experiment.

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A Toronto Redditor earned himself plenty of brownie points online after creating a massive video screen.

Who doesn't love Mario Kart?

When Schitt's Creek swept up the Emmys and the CN Tower turned to gold. 

2020 was big for Schitt's Creek who won nine awards and broke the record for most Emmys won in a single year.

Even Toronto's landmark couldn't hold its excitement as it lit up gold to celebrate the accomplishment.

A Toronto opera singer serenaded the city from her balcony. 

Julie Nesrallah, a multi-award-winning vocalist, told Narcity back in April that she felt inspired to spread positivity by belting it out after seeing others do so.