48 Toronto’s Santa Claus Parade

From Thanksgiving 2010: Toronto’s Santa Claus Parade was also an American tradition thanks to television, in fact, for a while it was a world-wide tradition. We look at the history in the first episode of the fifth season. It’s easy to get in touch with me on the phone–go to MyChristmasStocking.net. Find the Call Me button and enter your phone number. My voicemail will call you for free; I will not learn your number. You can email me, TopElf at MyChristmasStocking.NET.   Join us on Facebook. And follow us on Twitter.com/XmasStocking.

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Featured music:

“Joy To The World” by The London Fox Players from “Christmas – Rhythm & Blues”
(Classic Fox Records)
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Background music:

“Christmastime” by illuminati (from MacJams.com)

“Ridin’ the Yuletide” by The Woofers (from MacJams.com)

More information:

Click here for The Santa Claus Parade home page, with lots of info

Wikipedia has a good article on the parade, and Eaton’s, the original sponsor.

Parade broadcaster CityTV talked to the parade’s General Manager.

CanadaCool.com will give you some tidbits.

The Toronto Sun has a quick history, too.

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