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Toronto just got its own set of emojis

This year, Canada is overflowing with 150-themed stuff. There have been some keepers (sesquicentennial craft beer!) and there have been some duds (maple leaf–shaped hamburgers). Score one under the winner column, because Toronto just got its own emojis. The 50 stickers were designed by Hayley Thomas and Maaiingan Productions for Canada 150, and they depict just about everything you’d expect in a Torontomoji pack—and a few things you might not. Here, some of our favourites.

There are the obligatory landmarks, like the CN Tower:

Toronto just got its own set of emojis

City Hall:

Toronto just got its own set of emojis

The Toronto sign:

Toronto just got its own set of emojis

SkyDo... er, the Rogers Centre:

Toronto just got its own set of emojis

The ROM:

Toronto just got its own set of emojis

Unfortunately, the Islands don’t look quite like this right now:

Toronto just got its own set of emojis

They’re not all downtown designs, though. Here’s the Bluffs:

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Toronto just got its own set of emojis

The Aga Khan Museum:

Toronto just got its own set of emojis

And the airport:

Toronto just got its own set of emojis

Plus an ode to Toronto’s six original boroughs:

Toronto just got its own set of emojis

Speaking of which:

Toronto just got its own set of emojis

And, of course, no Toronto emoji pack would be complete without the TTC (there’s no broken Presto machine design, though):

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Toronto just got its own set of emojis

And this familiar guy:

Toronto just got its own set of emojis

There are a couple more animals:

Toronto just got its own set of emojis

There are also 10 Indigenous icons, like this Inukshuk:

Toronto just got its own set of emojis

And an Ojibway canoe:

Toronto just got its own set of emojis

Plus, one that only locals will understand:

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Toronto just got its own set of emojis

See the rest of the emojis on the city’s website.

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