1. GO ICE SKATING

There are great free outdoor rinks no matter the occasion. Check
out your city’s website to see where the closet ice skating rink is
to you.

2. POLAR PLUNGE

Jump, run and skip into negative 40-degree water. Why? I don’t
know it’s something people do. Have friends waiting when you get
out with hot coco and warm towels.

3. MAKE A SNOWMAN

Do you want to build a snowman? Throw on you thickest snow
suit and spend all day rolling around in the snow. Challenge your
friends or neighbours to a competition. Best snowman on the
street wins!

4. VOLUNTEER AT YOUR LOCAL HOMELESS
SHELTER OR FOOD BANK

Shelters and food banks need a lot of help around Christmas
time as they see a spike in donations and occupants who need
assistance in the cold months. Check out your local shelter’s
website to see how you can help.

5. CHRISTMAS MARKETS

Whether you celebrate or not, Christmas markets are all over and
don’t only offer Christmas memorabilia. Pick up a relatively cheap
present for a friend or relative.