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Toronto Drive-In Theatre At Ontario Place Is Showing Christmas Movies Starting This Week

Christmas is coming early for Torontonians in the form of two classic holiday movies.

Toronto's drive-in theatre at Ontario Place was started back in July 2020 by Toronto Shines as a way to keep people socially distanced and entertained at the same time.

And now the Ontario Place drive-in theatre has scheduled two Christmas movies to be played over the next two weeks, giving us all a much-needed holiday boost.

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Right now, the drive-in has scheduled The Polar Express to play at 6:30 p.m. on November 29 and The Muppets Christmas Carol to play at 6:30 p.m. on December 6.

If it's still too early for you to feel like singing carols, though, the drive-in is also showing Leon: The Professional on November 28 and Tenet on December 4 and 5.

The next film playing at the drive-in is Frozen 2, on November 27 at 7:30 p.m., but the jury is out on whether that's a Christmas film or just a winter film.

Tickets cost $10 per person and can be bought online via the Ontario Place website, and there are limited concessions available on the day as well.

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