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Thanksgiving weekend is here, and you know what that means? There's going to be a lot of food. But, since it's the long weekend, there's a bunch of stuff to do other than eating to fill up some free time, especially since it's fall.

But before getting into some non-food-related content, you can't have a Thanksgiving weekend without visiting one of the many pumpkin patches around the city. Of course, pumpkin carving makes for the perfect at-home bonding experience but also, who doesn't love pumpkin pie?

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Things are about to get spooky! Halloween Haunt is officially returning to Canada's Wonderland for its 17th year, and the amusement park will be transformed into a dark and sinister world.

The ghastly festival is running on select nights from September 23 to October 30. Camp Spooky will also be returning for children on weekends from September 24 to October 30.

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Pumpkin spice latte and scary movie marathon season is just around the corner, and if you ever wanted to be one of those things that go bump in the night, now is your chance.

Canada's Wonderland is hiring for Halloween Haunt, and they are looking to fill in hundreds of positions for their spookiest event.

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Trick or treat, Canada's Wonderland is giving you something good to eat. They just dropped their food and drink menu for this year's Halloween Haunt.

Wonderland kicked off their Haunt season on September 24 and with the addition of three new terrifying scare zones, the park is also serving up all the fall and spooktacular vibes with its menu this year, too.

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Spooky season has officially started with Canada's Wonderland Halloween Haunt opening night on September 24.

Halloween Haunt is best known for its late-night rides, haunted houses, and mazes, but this year Canada's Wonderland has pivoted in a new direction.

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