Posts Filed Under: Christmas
On Sunday, Nathan Phillips Square welcomed 2013's Christmas tree.
A holiday assortment of Christmas shopping ads.
In today's special Christmas Eve and Christmas Day Urban Planner: flowers of the season, Christmas services, and non-Christmas activities on the day.
Mayoral races, reflections on Christmas, and other stories behind the headlines of 125 years ago.
A pop-punk label offers an alternative to the holly-jolly tedium.
The mall's chief Santa tells a community paper about the hazards and joys of the job.
The Telegram offered plenty for families at its holiday fair in 1969, including Blinky!
Where to find local gifts for everyone on your shopping list.
The annual Christmas craft show returns, with an eclectic bunch of gift ideas in tow.
Santa came to town, just like he has every year for more than a century.
How the seasonal tradition was reborn after Eaton's cancelled it in 1982.
The 108th edition of the Santa Claus Parade promises nostalgic moments and Grey Cup tie-ins.
Toronto's extensive work on the silver screen reveals that, while we have the chameleonic ability to look like anywhere from New York City to Moscow, the disguise doesn't always hold up to scrutiny. Reel Toronto revels in digging up and displaying the films that attempt to mask, hide, or—in rare cases—proudly display our city.
How to enjoy yourself on Christmas, the Chinatown way.
Advice on the proper equipment for cutting your own tree and odes to the seasonal icon.
Leave the kids at home for an adults-only opening bill!
There's no snow for fort-building, and skating is way too dangerous. For a different kind of fun, here's a round-up of holiday performances.
On the hunt for independent Christmas tree vendors, we caught up with the folks at Jeffrey Jordan's St. Lawrence Market lot.