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5 free things to do in Toronto this week

Free events in Toronto are a reminder that while it's cold out, there's still plenty to do that won't break the bank. The Toronto Light Festival returns with bright and beautiful works to lift the spirts while the Women's March is back to shed light on the fight for equality.

  • Free events you don't want to miss
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    About the Event
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    • January 19
      One of the city's best themed dance parties takes to the ice as Synthesexer DJs play all the best alt-electro, indie dance, synth-pop and italo disco.
      Natrel Rink
    • January 19
      Part of the Come Up To My Room exhibition, this party looks to celebrate all things design with a hotel-wide evening of dancing, drinks and design.
    • January 19
      With still lots of work left to do, the Women's March returns to bring awareness to show solidarity with women around the world fighting for equality.
      Nathan Phillips Square
    • January 18 - March 3
      A light comes through the darkness as The Distillery District is once again home to installations that shine bright during the winter months.
      Distillery District
    • January 19 - March 17
      A big ball of cables, wooden buoys and a spiral archway are just some of the large-scale installations set to pepper the downtown waterfront this winter.
      Multiple Venues
    Lead photo by

    Hector Vasquez

Lead photo by

Hector Vasquez


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