If you live in Toronto, chances are you’ve spotted the massive Toronto sign in Nathan Phillips Square. Featuring 400 metres of LED lights and 300-pound letters, the sign cost just under $100,000 to create. As you can imagine, it’s pretty hard to miss.

For the past week, the sign has been the focal point of Nathan Phillips Square, stirring up a flurry of Instagram posts using the hashtags #share3DTO and #HostCity2015.

It was designed to commemorate the 2015 Pan Am Games, but its popularity has led to it becoming a major landmark in the city in just one week. Now, Mayor John Tory has officially opened up the floor to suggestions of where to place the iconic Toronto sign in 2016.

He tweeted this morning asking Toronto residents for ideas of what to do with it after its stint in the square ends on December 31st.

While most responded in favour of keeping the sign right where it is, other users had some pretty interesting and outlandish suggestions:




And some people got downright vicious:


Toronto Pan Am Sign

Toronto Pan Am Sign

Use the hashtag #TORONTOsign to offer your suggestions!

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