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Cette année, le temps des fêtes à distance est chose du passé. Enfin, tu pourras te réunir avec tes proches pour vivre des moments magiques autour de repas copieux ou de feux de cheminée apaisants.

Tu auras également la possibilité de te divertir en bonne compagnie lors d'activités hivernales et de profiter des magnifiques paysages enneigés.

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Last year, many Canadians weren't able to celebrate the holidays with loved ones. But this time around, you can finally spend some quality time with your nearest and dearest.

The season of giving can leave wallets feeling a little lighter — all the presents and outings can add up. But there are actually so many free and low-cost holiday activities right here in Vancouver, so you can get together with your people while making the most of your money and staying in control of your spending.

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It may have been a while since you've seen your loved ones, so finally getting together for the holiday will feel extra special.

This time of year brings decadent feasts, cozy sweaters, fresh baking. But as joyful as the holiday season is, it can bring on some financial stress, but you really don't have to break the bank to make the most of the holidays.

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The best gift this year is finally being able to spend time with the ones who matter the most. Get into the spirit of the season by venturing out into the city with your crew.

While the holidays may inevitably have you reaching for your wallet a little more than usual, Toronto is full of ways to celebrate the holidays without breaking the bank. Make the most of your money with these seven affordable things to do.

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Toronto is known for many things like our bustling streets, waterfront skyline, and world-famous sports teams. But when it comes down to it, it's really our food scene that makes this city special.

Toronto's restaurants and bars are an extension of every resident's home. They're where we go to celebrate birthdays, catch up with old friends, and destress after a long day of work. 

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