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Halloween is coming up and if you haven't finalized your costume yet, you may want to get started.

Pop culture has provided us with a lot of inspiration in 2022 and the toughest part will now be narrowing down which idea you should go with for the October 31 celebration.

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The Toronto Raptors were clearly feeling the spooky spirit this Halloween and had some totally extra costume ideas.

The team was seen having a real-life monster mash, hosted by none other than Spicy P himself, or should we say "McLovin."

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Il n'y a rien de mieux pour se changer les idées du temps gris et pluvieux automnal que de se déguiser et fêter l'Halloween entre ami.es. D'ailleurs, si tu cherches le meilleur costume de groupe à faire avec ta gang, sache que le magasin Ardène vend les vêtements parfaits pour faire un déguisement DIY de la populaire émission Squid Game sur Netflix.

Veste verte, pantalon vert et souliers blancs, ça te rappelle quelque chose? Le magasin de vêtements et d'accessoires a tout ce qu'il faut pour t'habiller comme les « joueurs » et « joueuses » de la série.

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It's that time of year again: the time for unique costumes, creepy decorations, and celebrating all things spooky. But Halloween means more than just getting a costume and decorating. The spirit of the holiday is all about being creative and mixing things up. It's the chance to be literally anything or anyone you want and to have fun with loved ones. Talk about a reason to celebrate! 

Sure, some traditions might need tweaking this year, but that just gives you even more of a chance to explore the wonder of the season — which is where Party City comes in.

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Halloween: it's a time to gather with friends, hit up the best parties, and dress in your most impressive pop culture-related costume — usually. But October 31 in Toronto is shaping up to look very different this year.

With COVID-19 still in full swing, there may not be trick or treating, house parties, or the typical festivities Torontonians know and love. But just because you might be skipping out on the usual Halloween activities doesn't mean the spookiest holiday of the year is cancelled — it just means we need to get creative.

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