150 Years of Canadian Christmas at Casa Loma: Celebrate and take part in holiday magic at Toronto’s iconic castle, Casa Loma, by celebrating 150 Years of Canadian Christmas.
Winter at Ontario Place: A winter festival is taking over Ontario Place this season. This free admission event will feature various winter-themed activities, including the Winter Light Exhibition. Open to the public seven days a week, visitors will get a chance to skate on a synthetic rink and take in film screenings at the newly re-opened Cinesphere.
Toronto Christmas Market: takes over the Distillery Historic District for another year of holiday magic and romance. Now in its eighth year, the market has become one of the city’s favourite holiday traditions, ranked one of the world’s best Christmas markets by Fodor’s Travel, USA Today, Mashable and more. Take in sparkling Christmas light canopies, traditional music and carols, dance performances and family-friendly activities like Santa’s House, a ferris wheel, carousel and life-sized gingerbread house. Foodies can taste traditional European street-style food as well as Canadian holiday treats and sip on cold and warm brews in the beer gardens.
Human Rights Film Festival: The Human Rights Film Festival returns to Toronto for a 6th year with a record-breaking 15 films, 11 premieres, and their most riveting program yet at the Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema.
Evergreen Winter Village: This year’s Winter Village features a new line-up of outdoor activities – from Street Curling to Fat Biking – all offering a unique and active way to experience winter in the city. Cozy up to campfires, enjoy food from local food trucks and shop at the Evergreen Garden Market and the Etsy Holiday Market. Join in the winter-themed scavenger hunts around the Brick Works and kid-friendly nature-based activities and crafts in the Children’s Garden.
Toronto I Heart Beer Festival: Toronto Beer Festivals meets an epic Christmas party at the I Heart Beer Holiday Festival. Throw on your ugly Christmas sweater and celebrate Ontario’s finest beer, cider and spirits in this epic Christmas themed event.
Holiday Fair in Nathan Phillips Square: Returning for its second year to Toronto’s Nathan Phillips Square, Holiday Fair in the Square is a European-style holiday market and carnival that will feature artisan crafts, gourmet snacks, a Holly Jolly Midway, Santa visits, festive drinks at the Jackson Triggs Polar Point Bar and skating on the Nathan Phillips Square ice rink. The fair is in support of Epilepsy Toronto.
Etsy Holiday Market: Etsy returns to the Evergreen Brick Works Winter village to host an Etsy Holiday Market. All throughout December, a rotating selection of local Ontario Etsy artisans will display the very best in unique holiday décor, handmade gifts and original craftwork to get shoppers into the holiday spirit.
Carol Ships Harbour Cruises: Each December the boats of Vancouver are decorated with holiday lights. Get right on the water for a dinner tour and get a unique view of the coast, the mountains, and the coastline’s holiday spirit.
Party in the Plaza: Heat up from the winter cold by joining a hundred of your new friends on the dance floor with a giant winter outdoor dance party.
Got Craft? Holiday Market: Shop for one of a kind goods, meet local makers, and talk about their creative processes.
Shiny Fuzzy Muddy Craft Market: A market of local makers, designers, crafters and artists.
Karaoke Christmas Lights: Get on a festive Vancouver Trolley and ready your singing voice – this tour is for the most enthusiastic spirits of the winter holidays! Equipped with a TV and a karaoke machine loaded with Christmas music favorites, you’ll be toured around the city to take in some of Vancouver’s most dazzling light displays.
East Side Flea: 50+ local vendors, makers, vintage sellers, oddity finders. Play pinball and pool. All this, with a bar!
Shawn Hunt’s Transformation Mask: The experiential sculpture is an interactive mixed reality cyborg that incorporates technology, sound, and space. Each part of the work reflects Hunt’s interest in how we understand and identify with the term Indigenous.
European Union Film Festival: Now celebrating its 20th year, The Cinematheque’s annual showcase of new cinema from the European Union is proudly presented with the Vancouver consulates and the Ottawa embassies of the member states of the European Union and the Delegation of the European Union to Canada. This year’s festival features entries from 25 EU members.
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- Toronto Light Fest at The Distillery District
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- Enjoy a picture-perfect gourmet picnic in a weatherproof globe on a beach in Vancouver!
- Vancouver’s Arabic Language Festival this December
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