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Good morning — Andrew from Narcity's Canada Morning Brief here. ☕

Off The Top: Look out below! Prime Minister Justin Trudeau went bungee jumping in Quebec this weekend to celebrate his son's birthday — the most precipitous fall we've seen from a G7 leader since the U.K. elected Liz Truss.

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It's officially pumpkin season and farms across Ontario are speckled orange with gourds of all shapes and sizes.

Strom's Farm and Bakery in Guelph has countless farm activities so you can spend a fall-tastic day navigating mazes, eating donuts and roasting s'mores by a campfire.

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The fall colours are poppin' and this beautiful hike in Ontario will take your outdoor adventure to new heights.

There is no intense workout required because the Tiger Dunlop Heritage Trail in Goderich is an easy trail that leads to a picturesque railway bridge. From the Menesetung Bridge, you can look out at the changing leaves and a surrounding lake and river.

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Good morning — Andrew from Narcity's Canada Morning Brief here. ☕

Off The Top: The death certificate for Queen Elizabeth II was released late last week, and — surprise! — the 96-year-old's official cause of death was that she was really, really old. Or that's what Buckingham Palace would have you believe, anyway; I smell a hit true crime podcast series.

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Having fun doesn't have to be expensive! If you're looking for some exciting fall activities around Toronto that won't cost you your whole pay cheque, then you'll want to head to some of these events.

From cranberry marshes to illuminated dreamlands, you can still have a good time without going broke.

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