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The top 5 free events in Toronto this week

Free events in Toronto this week are all about wintery goodness as a new festival dedicated to Nordic culture arrives at the Harbourfront Centre. An entire season of festivities is on at Ontario Place and Cavalcade of Lights blasts off over Nathan Phillips Square

  • Free events you don't want to miss
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    About the Event
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    • November 20
      Catch a free networking session with a group of young professionals talking about business, finance, tech and more.
      Artscape Sandbox
    • November 22
      Local, international, emerging and established photographers show works that explore how images tell stories and provoke critical thought.
    • November 23 - March 17
      Ontario Place kicks off another year of wintery activities like ice skating, a light festival, winter fair, bonfires and lots more all season long.
      Ontario Place
    • November 24
      A massive firework light display is only part of this big holiday celebration in the Square with live music, skating and the lighting of the Christmas tree.
      Nathan Phillips Square
    • November 24 - December 2
      New this year is a festival dedicated to Nordic culture with a week of events including an ABBA ice skating party, holiday market and art shows.
      Harbourfront Centre
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Bruce Wang


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