Now that Halloween celebrations are officially over, it is sociably acceptable to unleash everything to do with the winter holidays. And in just two weeks, Toronto's tallest Christmas tree will be unveiled for all to see. 

The inordinately large tree in question is none other than the 100-foot-tall tree brought to Toronto's CF Eaton Centre. Last year's tree stood at 100 feet, and this year's will be the same if not bigger. 

via @ksilvakas

Adorned with thousands of decorations and lights, this year's tree will top the height of other well-known Christmas trees in the city, like Nathan Philips Square's 70-foot-tall monster tree or Toronto Christmas Market's 50-foot evergreen. 

On November 16, Eaton Centre shoppers will witness the unveiling of Toronto's tallest Christmas tree. The ceremony will begin at 6 p.m. and include performances by carollers and other festivities hosted by CF Eaton Centre. 

But Santa won't be making his appearance until two days later. As of November 18, Santa Claus will land at the Toronto mall to listen to your Christmas wish list and take photos. Visits with Santa will continue from November 18 straight through to the 24th and are $10. All proceeds will be donated to Eva's Initiatives and Autism Speaks Canada.

Source: CF Eaton Centre 

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