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PHOTOS: International Women's Day Toronto march

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On Saturday March 5, thousands of people marched for International Women's Day and to raise awareness to several issues.

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Rise up! International Women's Day Toronto march

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On Saturday March 5, thousands of people took to the streets of Toronto for the International Women's Day 2016 Rally, Fair and March.

The march was part of a global day on March 8 celebrating the achievements of women and this year's Toronto event named "All Women Rise Up" focused on three principles: No to violence and hate: Rise to reconciliation now; No to racism and Islamophobia: Black Lives Matter; and no to poverty: Justice on the job.

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