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15 Reasons To Fall In Love With Fall In Toronto

Fall? Fall is cool. But fall in Toronto? That's the best. Waiting for the leaves to change colour and drinking pumpkin spiced everything is way better in the city. Just when you thought Toronto couldn't get anymore exciting, it does, among the Halloween and Thanksgiving decorations all up along Queen Street West.

It's the calm before the storm. With our bitter cold winters, it's nice to live somewhere where we can experience a bit of a chill but still rely on our hot chocolates to keep us warm.

1. The Raptors are back on the court

2. Nuit Blanche is just around the corner

3. It's still just warm enough to walk in the city

4. The falling leaves in High Park

Photo Cred - O Canada

5. Drake's birthday

6. Back to school in the city

7. Toronto Fashion Week

8. Apple picking at Chudleigh's Farm

9. The Trinity Bellwoods Farmers Market

Photo Cred - The Windsor Star

10. CIBC Run For The Cure Marathon

11. Possibly running into a celebrity during TIFF

12. Strolling the autumn streets during Kensington Market's Pedestrian Festival

13. Heading to the Maple Leaf's season opener in October

Photo Cred - Caribana Toronto

14. OVO, inspired by October

15. Halloween Haunt at Canada's Wonderland

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