Lowe's Toronto Christmas Market
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Lowe's Toronto Christmas Market

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Scene beside the outdoor 40 ft. Christmas tree on the final day and final hours of the seasonal 2010 Toronto Christmas Market at the historic Distillery District east downtown Toronto.

More information on the annual Christmas market can be found at:

http://www.torontochristmasmarket.com/

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