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Toronto becomes Friends With You Pt. 2

Following up on our previous coverage of the Toronto takeover recently hosted by Friends With You (HF Vol. 1), we're proud to present to our readers a look at the magical and massive installations that dotted Queen City's public parks and financial sector last month. From with an interactive and kid-friendly pop up village, to a surprise visit by the Rainbow King at the Canadian Stock Exchange, to the 'Starburst' and 'Secret Garden' hidden installations in the financial district, Friends With You solidified their reputation as the new missionaries of the magical. More photos of the festivities after the jump.

Following up on our previous coverage of the Toronto takeover recently hosted by Friends With You(HF Vol. 1), we’re proud to present to our readers a look at the magicaland massive installations that dotted Queen City’s public parks andfinancial sector last month. From with an interactive and kid-friendlypop up village, to a surprise visit by the Rainbow King at the CanadianStock Exchange, to the ‘Starburst’ and ‘Secret Garden’ hiddeninstallations in the financial district, Friends With You solidifiedtheir reputation as the new missionaries of the magical.

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