Tag Archives: ILAC Activities

5 Ways to Have Fun in the Winter

To some people, the winter may seem gloomy and boring, but it’s really just another season that brings a ton of fun and different things to do than you usually would!

Whether you like outdoor activities or prefer to have fun inside, there is definitely something in this list for you to try this winter! Continue reading

Must-See December Events in Toronto

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As the holiday season approaches, Toronto will be full of Christmas markets and Christmas carols, ice skating, and many more activities you don’t want to miss! Check out this list of must-see events and feel the holiday spirit during this amazing season in Toronto!

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Must-See December Events in Vancouver

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To some people, December mainly means holidays, family and friends, and the beginning of winter, but in Vancouver it means a month filled with so many great events and activities happening all at once, you’ll have to plan ahead! Here we highlighted six activities you must do before the year is over!

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What to do this Halloween Weekend in Toronto

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In Canada, Halloween is celebrated throughout the entire weekend at the end of October. There are so many events happening around the city, and we have picked some of the most popular ones for you! Check out our list of Must-See Halloween events in Toronto, and find the details of the SPECIAL CONTEST full of SURPRISES!

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What to do this Halloween Weekend in Vancouver

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Only a few more days until HALLOWEEN! Don’t know what to do yet? Here are 6 options to help you make up your mind!

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Vocabulary: Let’s Go To The CNE!

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The Canadian National Exhibition (CNE), also known as The Ex, is one North America’s popular fairs and ultimate fun experiences, happening annually at the end of summer at Exhibition Place in Toronto.

In this article you’ll find out a bit about the history of the CNE and its fun and “delicious” vocabulary, which you will definitely need while visiting the exhibit.
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