With Halloween well out of the way, Toronto City Hall decided that the time was right to erect their 15-metre-high Christmas tree in Nathan Philips Square on Saturday.
MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE, AND A HAPP– Oh, not everybody is feeling the Christmas spirit on this one?
A few Torontonians (and other people who are quick to be offended on social media) angrily pointed out that the step is a little premature, considering Christmas is still 46 DAYS AWAY!
Many would like the city and other establishments wait until after November 11 and that observance we call Remembrance Day.
The Distillery District and The Bay unleashed their Christmas trees as well this past weekend.
The 4km worth of lights will be lit up on November 28th.
Do you think all Christmas decorations should be held off until after Remembrance Day has come and gone?