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People celebrating World War II VE Day in Toronto

From the archives, May 7, 1945: World War II VE Day. Biggest mass celebration in Toronto’s history almost instantaneously greeted announcement of “VE-Day” yesterday, with crowds parading on foot and decorated cars loaded down to breaking point with whistle-blowers and flag wavers, many in uniform. Looking down from buildings, pavement appeared snow-covered.

The Globe and Mail

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