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Toronto - What's On When?

Check out what's on when in Toronto, Canada:

January - Winterlicious

150 of Toronto's best restaurants offer prix fixe menus so that foodies can sample the city's diverse cuisine at good value prices.

February - Canadian International Autoshow

See the latest car models together with classic restorations and cutting edge technology at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.

March - Canadian Music Week

International music and entertainment festival with industry professionals, keynote speakers and plenty of conferences.

April - Canada Life CN Tower Climb

Over 6000 climbers ascend the CN Tower, often raising in excess of $1m in aid of the World Wildlife Fund.

May - Doors Open Toronto

A weekend in which around 150 significant Toronto buildings open their doors to the public, revealing their history and heritage value.

June - Toronto Jazz Festival

More than 1500 musicians play a range of classic black music style at 40 venues across the city's downtown area.

July - Beaches International Jazz Festival

Huge jazz/funk/soul/big band festival with stages at Woodbine Park, Kew Gardens, the Beach Boardwalk and Queen Street East.

August - Toronto's Festival of Beer

Over 120 brands are onsite in this celebration of brewing in Exhibition Place, Bandshell Park. Complete with a grill tent for the hungry.

September - Toronto International Film Festival

Globally recognised as one of the big three film festivals, with plenty of Oscar-worthy premieres at various downtown Toronto venues.

November - The Santa Claus Parade

Over 25 animated floats, more than 250 celebrity clowns and around 2000 participants in costume parade to raise money for charity.

December - Christmas by Lamplight

Black Creek Pioneer Village is transformed into a Dickensian Christmas scene with music, food, activities, stories, a dance ball and more.