Regina getting set to hold Santa Claus Parade

Regina getting set to hold Santa Claus Parade

Regina getting set to hold Santa Claus Parade

Chippewa Falls will celebrate the Christmas season with its 28th Bridge to Wonderland Parade on Saturday, Dec. 2.

Brantford: The 43rd annual parade happens November 25 at 6 p.m. with a theme of "Christmas Across Canada".

It's clear that in Barrie, love for the Santa Claus Parade far outweighs the weather.

The parade gets underway at around 12:30 p.m.at Christie Pits Park and will run eastbound along Bloor Street, southbound on Queen's Park Crescent/ University Avenue and then eastbound on Wellington Street West/Front Street East.

Bloor Street West, from Christie Street to Bathurst Street, at 10 a.m.

AP  Matt Dunham
AP Matt Dunham

Stoney Creek: The 61st annual parade happens December 2 at 2 p.m. and follows this route: King Street East from Cardinal Newman Catholic Secondary School to Battlefield Drive.

If you are one of the 30,000-plus who plan on attending the annual Greater Sudbury Santa Claus Parade in the downtown core Saturday night, there are two big changes to this year's event.

The downtown core will start seeing road closures about 4:45 p.m.to accommodate the parade.

Smithville: The 27th annual parade happens November 25 at 2 p.m. with a North Pole theme.

Letters to Santa will be collected at drop-off boxes at Beaver Hills Park and the Abbey Glen Park at 101 Street and Jasper Avenue.

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