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Toronto Santa Claus Parade

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Toronto Santa Claus Parade

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Eaton's Santa Claus Parade, 1918, Toronto, Canada.  Having arrived at the Eaton's store, Santa is readying his ladder to climb up onto the building.
Eaton's Santa Claus Parade, 1918, Toronto, Canada. Having arrived at the Eaton's store, Santa is readying his ladder to climb up onto the building.

One of the best known Santa Claus parades is the Toronto Santa Claus Parade, held annually near the middle of November in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

The Toronto Santa Claus Parade was started in 1905 by the Eaton's department store, with just a single float. It now has over 24 floats, 24 bands, and 1,700 participants. It is one of the biggest productions in North America, and is broadcast to many countries around the world, primarily by CanWest Global-owned networks.

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