Nintendo at the Toronto Santa Claus Parade!
Some of your favourite Nintendo™ characters are joining Santa in Toronto’s Santa Claus Parade!
Bring your family and friends down to the Santa Claus Parade on November 17th to see Mario™, Luigi™ and Donkey Kong™ on their very own float!
From 10am to 3pm, Nintendo will be showing the newest titles for the Wii U™ including Wii Party™ U and the soon to be released Super Mario 3D World™! Try out the new Cat Suit power up in Super Mario 3D World or challenge your friends and family on Wii Party U for your chance to win some great Nintendo prizes*. Look out for our tent at 100 Queens Park just outside of the Royal Ontario Museum.
The parade starts at Christie Pits at 12:30pm, on Bloor St. and Bathurst St. Visit the Santa Claus Parade for more information: thesantaclausparade.ca/
*While supplies last.”
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