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Holiday market taking over Union Station for 12 days

The Union Station Holiday Market returns to Toronto better than ever thanks to a newly renovated space inside the massive transit hub. This is always one of the city's busiest holiday pop-ups.

Now in its third year, the market arrives for 12 days between December 5 to 16, and admission is free.

20 local businesses, designers, artisans and gourmet food vendors will sell goods out of their custom booths at this vibrant little market everyday, which includes folks like MoRoCo Chocolate, Lee's Provisions and Yo Sox.

You'll notice the festive booths displayed in the newly renovated Oak Room on the main floor, west of Front Street entrances, ready to help with your one-stop commuter or lunchtime shopping.

Photo by Andrew Williamson.


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