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December

Winter Roofed Camping Ontario
Winter Camping in Comfort with Roofed Accommodations in Ontario Parks

So, you want to get away from the city this winter and out into nature, but you’re not loving the idea of sleeping in a freezing tent. Setting up camp in a snowbank is not everyone’s idea of a good time, but roofed accommodation could be the happy medium you’re
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Downhill Skiing GTA
Your Guide to Downhill Skiing in the GTA *Updated for the 2021/2022 Season*

Whether you shred, jib, carve or snowplow your way down the slopes, we’ve got you covered! Read on for the Family Fun Toronto Guide to Downhill Skiing around Toronto and the GTA… 2021/2022 Season Updates: Ontario remains in the “Modified Stage 2 of the Roadmap to Reopen” until at least January
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Ontario Provincial Park Skating
Go Skating in a Forest This Winter at an Ontario Provincial Park

You’ve skated on outdoor and indoor hockey rinks, on dedicated park paths, on ponds… but have you ever gone skating through a forest? It’s the claim to fame of two Ontario Provincial Parks, Arrowhead Provincial Park in the Muskoka region and MacGregor Point Provincial Park on Lake Huron. Skating trails through the
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Winterlit Illuminated Walk
Winterlit Offers An Illuminated Walk Through the Woods

Bask in the natural beauty of Mountsberg Conservation Area (in Campbellville, north of Burlington) this winter by taking an illuminated walk in the woods at Winterlit. Along the way, enjoy art installations, musical performances and fires for warming up. The Winterlit Trail and Sugar Bush Trail sparkle brightly for a
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Snow Tubing GTA
Get Snow Tubing On These Hills in Toronto and the GTA *Updated for 2021-22

Move over tobogganing and make room for snow tubing! Sure, sledding on the nearby community hills still has its place, but if you’re looking for a new and exciting experience, then check out what these resorts and parks have to offer. Snow tubing offers a fast thrill, without all the
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Family-Friendly New Years in Toronto
Family-Friendly Ways To Celebrate New Years in Toronto

The beginning of 2022 may be looking like 2021 all over again, with Covid restrictions in place due to the Omicron variant. In-person indoor events are being postponed, but there is still fun to be had, so we have put together a list of family-friendly ways to celebrate New Years
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Cadillac-Fairview Frozen Fairways
Cadillac-Fairview Frozen Fairways Brings Winter Golf to GTA Malls

Try a Canadian twist on mini-golf with Frozen Fairways at select Cadillac-Fairview malls across the country this winter holiday. In the GTA, the locations are at CF Markville in Markham and CF Sherway Gardens in Etobicoke/Mississauga. Trade in your golf club for a hockey stick to play through nine festive
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Cheap and Free Winter Activities in Toronto
Cheap and Free Winter Activities and Events in Toronto

It happens every year: you’ve spent all month buying your holiday presents (if you haven’t, check out our list of indie toy and gift shops), decorating the house and baking goodies… and now you have to entertain the kids for two whole weeks?! It’s a daunting task, but never fear,
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Clutter-Free Gift Ideas in Toronto
Clutter-Free Gift Giving Ideas in Toronto for this Festive Season

Times have changed, and so has gift giving. In our digital era, more and more people are avoiding the crowds and hassles at the mall and buying their gifts online. People are also turning away from consumerism that values the acquisition of stuff and favouring the importance and desirability of
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Little Canada Holiday Events
Little Canada Has Holiday Ornament Workshop and Market Events

Little Canada wants you wish you a merry little Christmas with two holiday events: a ornament-making workshop and holiday market. Holiday Ornament Workshop Feeling festive and a little crafty this holiday season? Help Little Canada decorate their holiday tree! With the help and guidance of one of Little Canada’s Miniature
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