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Canada's biggest Christmas tree draws huge crowd in Toronto

Canada's biggest Christmas tree debuted last night in Toronto. The epic Christmas tree stood at a whopping 100 feet tall in the middle of the CF Toronto Eaton Centre and hundreds upon hundreds people watched in awe as the drape slowly lifted.

If seeing the tree in all its glory wasn't enough the crowd also got to enjoy a special holiday performance by Toronto's drop-in choral society Choir! Choir! Choir!. The group beautifully sung Louis Armstrong's What a Wonderful World.

If you didn't get a chance to go in person here's what you missed.

Lead photo by Matt Barnes


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