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Toronto’s Distillery District Just Transformed Into A Winter Village (PHOTOS)

This is sure to lift Toronto's spirits!
Toronto’s Distillery District Just Transformed Into A Winter Village (PHOTOS)

Still feeling disappointed that the Toronto Chrismas Market has been canceled? Don't be!

The city's iconic Distillery Historic District just launched its Winter Village experience last night with the lighting of their Xmas tree and it is stunning, to say the least.

From thousands of lights to shops filled with truly Canadian gifts, this winter wonderland will definitely lift your holiday spirits.

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The lights that illuminate the Distillery create an atmosphere that will leave you feeling embarrassed of how many photos you take.

Heated patios and large fire pits provide much-needed warmth and ambiance should you choose to dine there.

Around almost every corner you'll find some holiday joy.

Shops are filled to the brim with goodies, from very Canadian items to products that are emblematic of the moment.

And if you don't feel like going into a store itself, some of the shops offer curbside pickup or online shopping.

Trinity St. is just pure wow and offers plenty of space to socially distance.

The 44 foot Xmas tree is lit with over 60, 000 LED bulbs and is truly something to marvel at.

The lighting of the tree takes place every night at dusk until January 10.

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