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Good morning — Andrew from Narcity here, happy to be back after a long holiday weekend. ☕

Off The Top: No, it's not a disgusting new hot-wing-flavoured dessert from Dairy Queen; a major Buffalo blizzard engulfed the border town over the holidays and the pictures and clips look like something out of a disaster movie. Next time you're thinking of complaining about not having a White Christmas, just know that there are people around the world who have it far worse than you — like Western New Yorkers.

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The opinions expressed in this article are the author's own and do not necessarily reflect the views of Narcity Media.

Just because Taylor Swift sings, "we can keep the Christmas lights up till' January," doesn't mean you should.

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Can you believe we're already heading into the last week of November? With Black Friday deals coming up, you'll probably cross a few names off your list and all that'll be left to buy is a Christmas tree to put all your gifts under.

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It's beginning to feel a lot like Christmas in the Sunshine State with all the ho-ho holiday events popping up. If you're looking for that seasonal cheer & Christmas light displays in Jacksonville Beach, this spectacular set up will be free to the public.

Considered one of the best light displays in North Florida, the Deck the Chairs event will take over Latham Plaza & The Seawalk Pavillion in downtown Jacksonville Beach.

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Last night, Toronto was treated to a beautiful spectacle: The unveiling of Canada's largest Christmas Tree! The event happened at the CF Eaton Centre on November 24th, with hundreds of people watching.

Read Also: Toronto Is Getting Yet Another Holiday Market

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