Our Favourite Holiday Happenings in Toronto Right Now! - STYLE Canada


There is so much happening in the city of Toronto right now, including the celebration of our favourite time of the year! Scroll below to get fun and festive ideas on how to celebrate the holiday season in Toronto, right now until the end of December!

STYLE Canada’s Holiday Gift Guide Pop-Up

This holiday season, STYLE Canada is brining our annual Holiday Gift Guide to life! We have curated our favourite giftables for Holiday 2021 for you to shop this November. From our go to Canadian brands including The Smithery, Persons of Interest, Province Apothecary to some of our international friends, we got you covered. Come check us out November 23rd to 28th, from 12pm to 7pm daily at Stackt Market (28 Bathurst Street, Toronto Unit 5-103).

@stacktmarket via Instagram

The Distillery District’s Winter Village

With the purchase of online tickets, you can experience the Distillery District in it’s peak holiday décor. Newly named the ‘Winter Village’ from its previous name of ‘The Distillery District’s Christmas Market’ you are able to shop from festive vendors, view carolers, take pictures in front of the tree and the iconic countdown to Christmas wall display.

Fun fact: this year’s tree is the largest tree to date!

Photo by @shahzad_alvi via @distilleryto on Instagram

Bloor-Yorkville Holiday Magic

Take a stroll through this free and super festive lights display in the city where you can view and take pictures of over 100 trees all deck out to the max in Christmas lights.

Courtesy of Bloor-Yorkville

STACKT Market’s Holiday Hills

Stackt Market has transformed into a Christmas Wonderland where you can explore local vendors, art, activities and enjoy the festive ambience by the fire pits. This market is free of charge to enjoy!

@stacktmarket via Instagram

Hudson’s Bay Holiday Windows

Get into the festive spirit while shopping or taking a stroll around the city by “window shopping” and viewing the magical sites of the iconic Hudson Bay Holiday Windows that are on display for all to see (for free!) every year.

Via Pinterest

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