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November

Outdoor Farmers Markets Toronto
Outdoor Farmers’ Markets In Toronto *Updated for 2022*

Outdoor Farmers’ Markets in Toronto have been doing booming business in recent years, certainly in part due to the pandemic. This is great news for anyone who loves to shop local and enjoy fresh and delicious food. Choices over the years have expanded to include prepared foods, baked goods and
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Camping Toronto
Guide to Camping in and around the Greater Toronto Area *Updated for 2022*

The idea of camping in such a large metropolis as Toronto might not seem like it’s a possibility. But it actually is! You don’t have to drive all the way to the Muskokas or Algonquin to escape for a weekend with the kids. So pitch a tent and camp out
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Winter Farmers Markets Toronto
Your Guide to Winter Farmers Markets in and around Toronto for 2021-22

Just because it’s winter, that doesn’t mean that you can’t enjoy fresh food from a farmers market! There may be less produce, but there is always something interesting and delicious on offer. Look out for baked goods, maple syrup, prepared foods, dairy products, meats, beer and wine, and housewares. Some markets are
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Cross-Country Skiing and Snowshoeing in Toronto
Cross-Country Skiing and Snowshoeing in Toronto *Updated for 2021

Slide and glide through winter by cross-country skiing and snowshoeing in Toronto! In addition to the numerous parks and multi-use trails groomed for cross-country skiing in the GTA, there are snow loops on golf courses intended for snowshoeing and a number of conservation areas with groomed trails perfect for families.
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The Best Tobogganing Hills in Toronto
The Best Tobogganing Hills in Toronto *Updated for 2021-2022

Toronto is a tobogganing kind of town: we don’t have mountains or a fancy skating canal or enough snowfall to build a long-standing structure, but what we do have is hills, hills and more hills. Due to geographic elements (ravines carved into the ground by flowing rivers from the Canadian
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Fairway of Lights Angus Glen
Enjoy a Magical Starlit Night with Fairway of Lights at Angus Glen Golf Club

Fairway of Lights at Angus Glen Golf Club lets you celebrate the excitement and mystery of the winter season. This is a new annual walking light show experience on the elaborately decorated golf course to bring you dazzling lights and festive cheer. Follow the illuminated kilometre-long walking path through the woods
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Toronto BIA Holiday Events
Toronto Business Improvement Associations (BIA) Holiday Events

They say that Toronto is a “City Within A Park” but it’s also a city of numerous diverse neighbourhoods. They represent cultures from across the globe with specialized food and shops, and they are also considered “home” for Torontonian families. There are so many special events, big and small, taking
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Outdoor Skating Toronto
Your Guide to Outdoor Skating in Toronto *Updated for 2021

Snow has arrived a bit early in Toronto this year and that has everyone thinking about outdoor winter activities. Opportunities for ice skating have become more plentiful in the city in recent years, with freeform paths being built in parks and even under highways! Outdoor skating is one of those
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Cavalcade of Lights
Cavalcade of Lights Returns to Nathan Phillips Square

The Cavalcade of Lights Festival will bathe Nathan Phillips Square in light again this year, transforming City Hall and its surroundings into a dazzling wonderland every night during the the holiday season. There will be a glittering 58-foot Christmas tree and skating events as always, plus new light installations inspired
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Christmas Tree Farms GTA
Your Guide to Christmas Tree Farms in the GTA

There’s nothing like the smell and feel of a real Christmas tree to get you in a festive mood, especially one fresh from the farm! Whether you just want a little “Charlie Brown Tree” or to fill up your entire living room and go all the way up to the
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