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Toronto gets a new holiday pop-up market

A new pop-up is about to transform the vacant lot at 335 Yonge St., just north of Dundas, into a winter wonderland of handmade local goods. (And you thought Dundas Square was impersonal.) The new marketplace, dubbed #localTOmrkt, will allow local designers and artisans to showcase their wares to holiday shopping crowds between November 28 and December 24.

The lot, which has stood vacant since a fire in 2011, will now host makers and sellers of clothing, jewelry, foods, cards, and all manner of gift-ready goods under a (heated!) tent. There's a dozen or so already on board, and they're still looking for more vendors interested in showing their stuff to the roughly 120,000 pedestrians that pass by the area each week. Learn more here.


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