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Gabriella Kogan says she "won't be heading up there any time soon."

The Montreal resident and her children were recently exploring Westmount's Summit Woods when they "realized most, if not all of the trees were carpeted with a fuzzy layer of caterpillars!"

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As a severe thunderstorm brews in parts of Quebec, Montreal is getting hit with strong winds that knocked down at least one huge tree. The tree also happened to fall onto a parked car.

While the wind is certainly a factor, it's likely that the fallen tree was already old and weak. In photos, it looks hollow inside. 

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If any year was going to end with a bang, such as a Christmas tree fire, 2020 would be it. That's why it's very important we follow the City of Montreal's tips for celebrating the holiday season safely. After all, the last thing any of us needs right now is a trip to the hospital.

Alongside a terrifying photo, the city shared its advice for not lighting your Christmas tree on fire, among other important facets of staying safe over the holidays. 

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From Christmas tree shopping and visiting holiday villages to Black Friday deals and trying Fruit Loop waffles, there's a multitude of things to do in Montreal this weekend.

The snow has officially made an appearance in Montreal and by the looks of it, it's here to stay. Living in the 514, we should be used to seeing the beautiful and cold snow that surrounds us for so many months.

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This year may not have been filled with as much joy and laughter as we would have liked, but there's still time to add some holiday cheer. And nothing says holiday cheer quite like a Christmas tree in your Montreal home.

Montreal truly is a special time during the holidays. Not just in the streets, but at home, too.

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Wondering what Santa and his elves are doing for the holiday season 2020? They're delivering Christmas trees in Montreal, of course!

If you're looking to spruce up your festivities this year, then why not get a Christmas tree?

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The magic of the holiday season is quietly taking hold in the homes of Quebecers and in our favourite places. In order to plunge further into this magical universe, we're found eleven places in Quebec that will make you feel as if you're in a classic Christmas movie

If you're already starting to get excited about the cold season, this list is sure to add to the joy.

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Ah yes, it is that fabulous time of the year when all your relative from out of town visit Montreal. It may not be their first time, but once they drive, or fly, in they always say the same things. "Wow, it's so cold here, can we go get a poutine? Let me try to ask in French!"

EAD ALSO: 32 Montreal Things To Do With Your Girlfriend During The Holidays

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Most hotels around the word a carbon copies of each other. But some are so amazingly unique that you'll never want to leave your room.

Kabania is one of those places. Who needs activities and sight seeing when the hotel itself is the sight to see. That's because the hotel is actually made up of treetop cabins. So if you're looking for a truly unique getaway then Kabania is the perfect place.

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Call me a hopeless romantic, but I just love love. There's something so beautiful about a man who kneels down and says those four words to his significant other: Will you marry me?

Especially when the guy pays attention to details, and remembers the first night he took you out... and chooses to propose at that exact same spot.

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Prepare your senses for the most delicious looking / smelling / tasting Christmas decoration ever created.

Seriously, why would anyone in their right minds ever want to put their presents under a tree, when they can put them under a tree made of 100% pure delicious-niciocity.

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'Tis the season in Montreal for all things beautiful and bright! With the snow rolling in and the holiday season fastly approaching the entire city seems to be dressing itself up to look its best. Old Montreal has however caught our attention the most with its uniquely unconventional Christmas trees. Instead of the traditional pine tree they chose and normal bare tree and wrapped them up in very bright white lights that glow like almost nothing you have ever seen. If you are looking for something unique to do on a date or are just bored one night we suggest you go and find all 3 of said trees in and around Old Montreal. Below are listed all the places you can find them. Happy tree hunting everyone!

1. Place Royale

Votre #quartierdenoel s'illumine ! // #hohoholdmontreal, 'Tis the season! ?✨ #oldmontreal #vieuxmontreal

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