While Canada does see a lot of movies filmed in various cities across the country, there are a few months out of the year where production is booming; July and August. The Canadian film industry gives a new definition to "Christmas in July." Small towns, and big cities like Toronto and Vancouver, are packed to the brim with set designers turning our summer weather into the winter wonderland we see on the screen at Christmas time. There are so many Christmas movies 2019 that you can definitely tell were filmed in Canada.\nWhether they find their home on the Hallmark Channel, Netflix, or Disney+, there are so many films that are created in Canada. For a lot of them, you can even visit the set locations they used and make a Christmas road trip out of it!\nWhen you're done binge-watching these "Canadian-grown" movies make sure to check out all the rest of the best Christmas movies offered on Netflix and Disney+.\nJourney Back To Christmas (Winnipeg, Manitoba)\nRating: 7.1/10 on IMDb\nJourney Back to Christmas has been a huge Hallmark hit since it was released back in 2017. Starring none other than everyone's favourite Full House actress Candace Cameron-Bure, this movie follows a WWII nurse who magically travels back in time forcing her to face what the true meaning of family and Christmas really is.\nYou can watch Journey Back to Christmas on YouTube for $9.99 or catch it for free this Christmas season on the Hallmark channel.\nOne Magic Christmas (Meaford, Ontario)\nRating: 6.6/10 on IMDb\nOne Magic Christmas is an older classic Christmas movie that follows a financially struggling family who's mother fails to see the true meaning of the Holiday season. With the help of an angel, her younger daughter gets her wish of showing her mom that things can always be worse than they are.\nYou can stream One Magic Christmas on Disney+.\nLet It Snow (Toronto, Ontario)\nRating: 5.8/10 on IMDb\nLet It Snow is a recently released Netflix Original that's all the rage right now. Based on the YA novel, this movie follows a small midwestern town that is overtaken by a snowstorm at Christmas. The storm lumps together a group of high school students who would otherwise never have spoken with one another. Forced to stick together, interesting things happen with each and every one of their personal lives.\nYou can stream Let It Snow on Netflix.\nThe Knight Before Christmas (Bracebridge, Ontario)\nRating: N/A \nThis Netflix Original hasn't even hit the platform yet. Its premiere on Netflix is set for November 21st and follows Vanessa Hudgens as a high school science teacher who is confronted by a medieval knight who time travels to the modern age. Her morals on love and romance come into question.\nNoelle (Vancouver, British Columbia)\nRating: 6.6/10 on IMDb\nNoelle follows Noelle, who just happens to be the daughter of Santa Claus. But with her older brother, Nick, in line to take over her father's position, she struggles to find "meaning" in her life.\nYou can stream Noelle on Disney+.\nChristmas Under the Stars (Vancouver, British Columbia)\nRating: N/A\nThis Hallmark movie hasn't been released yet either. Christmas Under the Stars has its premiere set for November 22nd on the Hallmark channel.\nIt follows Rebecca who struggles with a coworker who is rivalling for the same promotion as her. When they both volunteer to host the office Christmas party in hopes of sucking up to their boss, they get to know each other in a way they never have before.\nNarcity may receive a portion of sales if you purchase something from this article, which was created independently by Narcity's editorial team just for you.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.