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Christmas Tree Gift from Nova Scotia To New England Goes Back 100 Years

A Nova Scotia tradition that recalls how New England residents came to the aid of Halifax after a massive explosion ripped through the city 100 years ago is underway today. On December 6th, 1917, two ships collided in the city’s harbour,

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Mixed Reviews For Canada’s Tallest Christmas Tree In Montreal

Montreal’s Christmas tree at Place des Arts was supposed to compete with New York’s famous Rockefeller Center display – but it isn’t quite living up to those grand expectations. Some have even called it ugly, and sad looking. For the

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London Christmas Tree Appears To Be Frozen In A Huge Block Of Ice

Christmas is fast approaching and public spaces around the world are celebrating the season with festive trees of various styles and sizes. The giant Christmas tree at the Rockefeller Centre in New York was officially lit last week. Ottawa/Gatineau’s biggest

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The Tallest Outdoor Christmas Tree Will Be Lit Tomorrow

The tallest outdoor Christmas tree in the region will be lit tomorrow night at 8pm for the official lighting at Canadian Museum of History. The tree will be adorned with red and white colored lights to mark the 150th Anniversary

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Real Vs. Artificial Christmas Trees?

How do you like your Christmas Tree? Fresh, prickly and piney smelling, or out-of-the-box? There’s nothing that says Christmas more than a fully decorated Christmas tree, but whether you go the natural or artificial route very much depends on your

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