Based on a list of festive place names in Canada compiled by Statistics Canada, here are the 10 places across the country with the most Christmasy names. Clicking or tapping the place names will open the location in Google maps.
1. Candyville, ON: A tiny community in the township of Malahide southeast of London.
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3. Gift Lake, AB: A Metis settlement in northern Alberta.
4. Holly, ON: A neighbourhood in the city of Barrie.
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5. L’Enfant-Jésus, PQ: Former parish that amalgamated with another village in the late 1980s to form the municipality of Vallée-Jonction.
6. Marie Joseph, NS: A small fishing village on the south coast of Nova Scotia.
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8. Reindeer Station, NT: An abandoned village set up by the government in the 1930s to farm reindeer. The village’s population peaked at 90 before residents were moved to Tuktoyaktuk or Inuvik in 1969.
9. Sled Lake, SK: A community in northern Saskatchewan.
10. Stocking Harbour, NL: A tiny outport on Newfoundland’s north coast.
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