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Christmas carollers in Leaside

Carolling makes a comeback in Leaside

The Northlea United Church has brought back its Christmas caroling event for the second year in a row. Members of the community came out to celebrate the holiday spirit, including local children and their pets. 

The group first met at the church around 6:30 p.m. where music sheets were handed out and band members warmed up before heading out. The route started at Killdeer Cres and ended at Aerodome Cres in the Leaside area. 

Justin Trudeau speaks with CTV weather man Tom Brown on-stage.

Trudeau visits Toronto Christmas Market

Justin Trudeau made a trip to the Toronto Christmas Market with a large red sack in hand. In support of the 21st annual Toy Mountain Campaign, Trudeau brought in a donation of unwrapped toys for the charity drive.

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After Goodwill

With Goodwill recently closing its doors to customers and staff, Torontonians may be seeking an alternative way to give back to the community.

Hitting the right note in Scarborough

For 15 years, Stan Williams has been conducting a choir. It’s early morning at the Salvation Army citadel on Lawrence Ave. E. when one-by-one, the men of the Singing Pilgrims make their way up the stage. Each is carrying a binder of sheet music in hand. It’s a weekly ritual for these retirees.