The Best 2022 Fall Events | Where To GO This Season

Launch: September 1, 2022
Updated: November 1, 2022

Fall

The evenings are getting chilly and there’s that unmistakable scent of pumpkin spice in the air! Autumn has blown in with swirling leaves, warm colours, and cool events around the GGH. Grab your cozy sweater and take your hot beverage to go because there are so many fun things happening this season! GO Transit is your ticket to a warm and comfortable ride to all the events, and our affordable fares won’t scare your wallet!  

Barrie in the Fall

Barrie

There are so many things to do in Barrie this fall! Take the GO train from Toronto to Barrie for a perfect autumn outing. GO Weekend Passes make it easy to head out for a day trip and enjoy the fresh air, fall colours, and exciting events.

Open Air Dunlop

Dunlop St. in downtown Barrie is closed to cars and open to pedestrians on Saturdays. Bring the kids for free family activities, art, yoga, and circus performances! In October, Open Air Dunlop will include special pop-ups for Thanksgiving and Halloween.

  • When: September 17 & 24, October 8 & 29
  • Where: Dunlop St. E in downtown Barrie
  • Cost: FREE!
  • Get There With GO: Take the Barrie line to Allandale Waterfront GO Station and then take a 15 minute stroll along the waterfront.

Hit the Trails

When the autumn leaves are out, the bike trails and hiking paths are even more beautiful! Get out and see that spectacular fall foliage.

  • When: All season!
  • Where: Allandale Station Park and the Waterfront Trail
  • Cost: FREE!
  • Get There With GO: Take the Barrie line to Allandale Waterfront GO Station. Allandale Station Park is just minutes away, across Lakeshore Drive. 

Barrie Farmers Market

The Barrie Farmers Market has been running since 1846! If you’re visiting Barrie for a day trip on a Saturday this fall, be sure to stop by and pick up some locally grown fruits and vegetables or a homemade baked treat.

  • When: Every Saturday, 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.
  • Where: Outside City Hall, 70 Collier St., Barrie
  • Cost: Free to enter
  • Get There With GO: Take the Barrie line to Allandale Waterfront GO Station and then take a 15 minute stroll along the waterfront.

Five Points Theatre

If you’re looking for live performances, you’re in luck! Barrie’s Five Points Theatre is located right in downtown Barrie and you can enjoy a relaxing walk along the waterfront on your way there.

  • When:
  • Where: 1 Dunlop St. W, Barrie
  • Cost: Varies by event
  • Get There With GO: Take the Barrie line to Allandale Waterfront GO Station and then take a 25 minute stroll along the waterfront.

Farmers’ Markets in Toronto & Surrounding Areas

Farmers Market

The local farmers’ markets are brimming with the bountiful fall harvest! Make your dinner extra delicious with some fresh-from-the-farm meats, cheeses, and produce. Be sure to grab some homemade baked goods for a special dessert or Sunday brunch. If you’re feeling ambitious, Toronto farmers’ markets are the perfect place to get larger quantities of high-quality fruits and vegetables to use for winter canning. Finally, walking around the Toronto farmers’ markets is just a fun way to spend a Saturday or Sunday in fall - and GO Weekend Passes make it easy to get there. Here a few of the best farmers’ markets in Toronto and beyond:

St. Lawrence Market 

When you think about the quintessential Toronto farmers’ market, there’s only place that comes to mind - St. Lawrence Market. Here you’ll find 120 vendors, merchants, and artisans located in a beautiful, historic building. St. Lawrence Market is open 6 days/week, but we recommend going on Saturday morning for the best selection of farm fresh goods!

  • When: Year round 
    • North/Farmers’ Market: Saturday 5 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    • South Market: Tuesday - Friday 9 a.m. - 7 p.m., Saturday 7 a.m. - 5 p.m., Sunday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
  • Where: 92 - 95 Front St. East, Toronto
  • Cost: Free to enter 
  • Get There With GO: Travel by GO train or bus to Union Station. Exit the station and walk east along Front St. for approximately 10 minutes.

Hamilton Farmers’ Market

Want to take a day trip to Hamilton AND visit a fantastic farmers’ market? You can do both! The Hamilton Farmers’ Market is just a short walk from West Harbour GO Station, making it easy to pick up fresh fruits and veggies while enjoying a day out this autumn.

  • When: Year round Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Saturday 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
  • Where: 35 York Boulevard, Hamilton
  • Cost: Free to enter 
  • Get There With GO: Take the Lakeshore West line to West Harbour GO. Walk south on James St. to York Blvd and turn right. It’s about a 15 minute walk from the station. 

Newmarket Farmers’ Market

Head up to Newmarket and visit this quaint farmers’ market that’s filled with fabulous local vendors. When you travel by GO Transit, you’ll get to combine your farmers’ market outing with a short fall hike along a beautiful trail that will lead you to the Newmarket Farmers’ Market.

  • When: May - October Saturday 8 a.m. - 1 p.m.
  • Where: The Riverwalk Commons - Doug Duncan Drive, Newmarket
  • Cost: Free to enter 
  • Get There With GO: Take the Barrie line to Newmarket GO Station. Enjoy a beautiful and relaxing 15 minute autumn stroll along the Nokiidaa bike trail/Tom Taylor trail. At the end of the trail, turn right onto Timothy St. and then left onto Doug Duncan Drive.

Downsview Park Merchants Market

The Downsview Park Merchants Market promises a great deal on fresh Ontario fruits and vegetables at their north Toronto farmers’ market. The international food court is a great place to grab something to eat while you’re there, too. Offering Jamaican, Chinese, Colombian, Peruvian, Indian, Afghani, and more - you’re sure to enjoy a tasty lunch before you go home to cook dinner with your farm fresh produce!

  • When: Year round Saturday & Sunday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
  • Where: 40 Carl Hall Road, Downsview Park, Toronto
  • Cost: Free to enter 
  • Get There With GO: Take the Barrie line to Downsview Park GO Station and then it’s just a 5 minute walk via Vitti St. 

Hamilton Day

Hamilton Day

If you’re looking for Hamilton events, be sure to mark November 5 on your calendar for Hamilton Day! The original Hamilton Day event happened during the Great Depression and it was brought back in 2021 to help local business owners who were impacted during the pandemic. After last year’s success, the Hamilton Chamber decided to make it an annual event in Hamilton. 

Hamilton Day is all about supporting local businesses - shop at local stores, enjoy lunch or dinner at a local restaurant, and come out to support local artists, musicians, and theatres. Frequent your local favourites or try out a new shop that’s just opened up! Keep an eye on the Hamilton Day website or follow on Instagram to find out which businesses and services will be offering pop-ups and exclusive deals this year.

  • When: Saturday, November 5 - all day!
  • Where: Various locations around Hamilton
  • Cost: Free to attend
  • Get There With GO: Getting to downtown Hamilton is easy with GO Transit! You can take the Lakeshore West GO train line to West Harbour GO Station, or use GO Bus Route 16, 40, or 47 to get to Hamilton GO Centre. Be sure to check your schedule before you GO!

The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair

The Royal

This year is the 100th anniversary of The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair! Whether you’re an annual visitor or it’s your first time attending, come and celebrate “A Century of Champions” at The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair at Exhibition Place, Toronto. The Royal is the largest indoor agricultural and equestrian event in the world so you’ll see the very best food, livestock, and horsemanship! Enjoy The Royal Rodeo, the K9-Equine Challenge presented by Toronto Star, a Square Dancing Competition, Butter Sculpture, the Made-By-Me Artisan Pavilion, a Farm and Play Zone for little ones, the SuperDogs, and so much more.

For a special experience, you can attend The Royal 100th Anniversary Opening Ceremony Showcase presented by SiriusXM. The event will be hosted by Rick Mercer and include performances by Blue Rodeo, First Nations singer-songwriter Mary Bryton, Ontario’s first Poet Laureate, Randell Adjei, rising country star SACHA, the St. Andrew’s College Pipe & Drums, the RCMP Musical Ride and the SuperDogs. This ticketed event will surely be a night to remember.

It’s time to “pass the reign”!

The 2015 mascot, Turbo the Goat will ride the Lakeshore East GO train from Scarborough GO to Union Station on November 1, 2022, at 10:21 am to meet this year’s mascot, Winston the Horse outside of Union Station at 11 am. Come by, say hi and take pictures!

  • When: November 4 - 13, 2022, November 2, 2022: Special ticketed event - “The Royal 100th Anniversary Opening Ceremony Showcase” 
  • Where: Exhibition Place
  • Cost: GO Combo Tickets include admission to the Royal Winter Fair 2022 +round-trip GO fare between Exhibition Station and any other GO Station!
    • Adult Combo Ticket (age 18-64) - $38
    • Family Pass Combo Ticket (2 adults, 2 youth aged 4-17) - $98 Kids 3 and under are FREE!

Buy Your Combo Tickets!

  • Get There With GO: Take the Lakeshore West line to Exhibition GO Station* and you’re there! 

*Note: Starting Monday, October 31, the north and south elevators at Exhibition GO Station will be out of service while we carry out important upgrades to the platform and elevators. Dignity Transportation shuttle service will be available to transport customers with accessibility needs. To request Dignity Transportation shuttle service in advance, call GO Transit at 416-869-3200 or 1-888-438-6646 (toll free). Requests must be made 48 hours in advance of the time of travel. Click here for more information.

The 26th Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival

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Canada’s largest Asian film festival is a celebration of contemporary Asian cinema and work from Asia and the Asian diaspora. The Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival showcases the work of Asian media artists from all over the world. Whether you’re a huge fan of Asian cinema, or you’re just beginning to appreciate it, #ReelAsian26 is the perfect festival for discovering your new favourite films and filmmakers.

  • When: November 9 - 20, 2022
  • Where: Keep an eye on the Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival website for details on event and screening locations.
  • Cost: Varies
  • Get There With GO: Travel by GO train or bus to Union Station and then connect to the TTC.

So Many Santa Claus Parades

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Many Santa Claus parades are returning in-person this year, after 2 year hiatuses, and what better way to get in the holiday spirit than by seeing the big guy in red! Santa is a busy man — especially at this time of year — but he makes time for a few stops around the Greater Golden Horseshoe because, like anyone else, he loves a parade. With festive floats, holiday music, and the excitement of seeing Kris Kringle in his sleigh, all of the Santa Claus parades are popular events so traffic can make your day feel less magical. Luckily, GO Transit can get you to many great Santa Claus parades. We might not have flying reindeer, but we can give you a relaxing ride to all the holiday fun! 

Niagara Falls Santa Claus Parade 2022

End a perfect day of sightseeing in Niagara Falls with the Niagara Falls Santa Claus Parade! Our year-round weekend train service to Niagara Falls makes it easy to take the family on a fun day trip that includes seeing The Grinch, Olaf, Mickey, Goofy, Minions, Mario, and — of course — Santa. The Santa Claus Parade in Niagara Falls concludes with a tree lighting ceremony at city hall and the official opening of the Niagara Falls Christmas Market, where you can get some Christmas-themed food and start your holiday shopping.

  • When: Saturday, November 12, 2022 at 4:00 p.m.Saturday, November 12, 2022 at 4:00 p.m. The parade ends at 5:45 p.m. with a tree lighting ceremony
  • Where: The parade will begin at Victoria Ave and Armoury Street and travel to Valley Way, turn right on Queen Street, and end at city hall.
  • Cost: FREE
  • Get There With GO: Take the Lakeshore West line to Niagara Falls GO Station. GO trains depart at Union Station and stop at Exhibition, Port Credit, Oakville, Burlington, Aldershot, and Niagara Falls. GO/WEGO Combo Tickets include round-trip GO travel from Union Station to Niagara Falls, plus hop-on hop-off access to the local WEGO bus service.

Kitchener Waterloo Santa Claus Parade 2022

The KW Santa Claus Parade is organized by the Lions Club of Kitchener and it’s a fun-filled holiday event! You can enjoy the traditional Santa Run, beginning at 9:45 a.m., and bring your letters to Santa for Canada Post to deliver to the North Pole. You can also donate to the Food Bank of Waterloo and local firefighters will be collecting new, unwrapped toys for the Knights of Columbus’ Toy Drive. What a great way to start off the season of giving!

  • When: Saturday, November 19, 2022 at 10:00 a.m. The Santa Run begins at 9:45 a.m.
  • Where: Along Weber Street, from Frederick Street to Erb Street
  • Cost: FREE
  • Get There With GO: Take the GO bus to Kitchener GO Station. When you exit the station, you’ll be right on the parade route so just grab a hot beverage and claim your spot!

Oakville Santa Claus Parade 2022

The theme for this year’s Oakville Santa Claus Parade is Christmas Around the World, and the parade will recognize traditions from all cultures and countries. The Town of Oakville is hoping to make this year’s parade an extra festive event, and is encouraging everyone to attend in their favourite holiday attire!

  • When: Saturday, November 19, 2022 at 9:00 a.m.
  • Where: Downtown Oakville
  • Cost: FREE
  • Get There With GO: Take the Lakeshore West line to Oakville GO Station and then hop on the FREE Santa Shuttle that will take you from the GO Station right to the parade! The Santa Shuttle will run every 5 min from Oakville GO Station beginning at 8 a.m. The last return Santa Shuttle will depart downtown Oakville at 11:30 a.m.

The Santa Claus Parade 2022 in Toronto

The Original Santa Claus Parade has been a beloved holiday event in Toronto since 1905! After two years of virtual parades, all the seasonal excitement is back on the streets. You’ll see spectacular floats, amazing marching bands, the Celebrity Clowns, and Santa and Mrs. Claus. You can also cheer on the runners in the Holly Jolly Fun Run that takes place before the parade, and begins just west of Bathurst St., then follows the same route as the parade but ends at Maple Leaf Square.

  • When: Sunday, November 20, 2022 at 12:30 p.m.Sunday, November 20, 2022 at 12:30 p.m. Holly Jolly Fun Run begins at 11:45 a.m.
  • Where: The parade begins at Christie Pits and travels east on Bloor St, turns right on Avenue Road and continues down Queen’s Park/University Ave, and then left on Front St, ending at St. Lawrence Market.
  • Cost: FREE
  • Get There With GO: Travel by GO train or bus to Union Station. You can watch the parade from right outside Union Station, or walk or use TTC to get to your preferred parade viewing location!

Markham Santa Claus Parade 2022

More than 100 floats and marching bands — and Santa himself — will definitely kick your holiday spirit into high gear! Bring the whole family and come together with the community for a magical start to the festive season.

  • When: Saturday, November 26, 2022 at 11:00 a.m.
  • Where: Main Street Markham
  • Cost: FREE
  • Get There With GO: Take the GO bus to Mount Joy GO Station and walk on Main St. towards 16th ave. 

Etobicoke Lakeshore Santa Claus Parade 2022

If you’re looking for a Santa Claus parade in Toronto, but you’d prefer an event that’s a little less busy than the big downtown parade, the Lakeshore Santa Claus Parade is perfect. Grab a hot drink and enjoy seeing Santa and his elves along the Lakeshore. Keep checking the website for all the details of this year’s parade.

  • When: Saturday, December 3, 2022 at 10:00 a.m.
  • Where: Lakeshore Blvd West in Etobicoke (keep checking the event website for the parade route)
  • Cost: FREE
  • Get There With GO: Take the Lakeshore West line to Long Branch GO Station. Walk east along Lakeshore Blvd West until you find a good spot to watch the parade!

Hockey Hall of Fame Legends Classic

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Mats Sundin and Eric Lindros will lead the two teams facing off in the annual Hockey Hall of Fame Legends Classic this year. The perfect event for any hockey-loving family, you won’t want to miss your chance to see these legends take the ice. Will you be cheering for Team Sundin or Team Lindros?
Tip: Before the game, head over to the Hockey Hall of Fame for a visit. It’s a quick walk from Union Station and PRESTO cardholders can take advantage of 20% regular admission rates!

  • When: Sunday, November 13, 2022 at 3:00 p.m.
  • Where: Scotiabank Arena
  • Cost: Tickets start at $30

PRESTO Perk: SCORE 25% OFF Hyundai Hockey Hall of Fame Legends Classic tickets. To redeem, click here and enter promo code GOLEGENDS


  • Get There With GO: Travel by GO train or bus to Union Station. Follow the signs inside the station to get to Scotiabank Arena - you don’t even need to step outside!

One Of A Kind Winter Show

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At this winter’s show, we want to celebrate and discover Gifts of Wonder. This season is about love, kindness and family, and nothing enhances the magic of the holiday season like giving the perfect gift. As the country’s flagship shopping event for Made in Canada items, One Of A Kind brings together talented makers, designers, and entrepreneurs under one roof to sell items from home decor, toys, jewelry and more! 

One Of A Kind’s extensive repertoire of artisans makes it the one-stop-shop for everyone on your gift list this holiday season.

  • When: November 24 - December 4, 2022
    OOAK will also be at Bay Concourse in Union Station on November 17, 4 p.m. - 6 p.m. for a special promotional event!
  • Where: Enercare Centre, Exhibition Place
  • Cost: 
    • Single-day tickets: Adult $18, Senior (65+) $12, College/University Student $15, Youth (age 5-17) $12, Child (age 4 and under) FREE.
    • Multi-day tickets: Adult $23, Senior (65+) $17, College/University Student $20, Youth (age 5-17) $17, Child (age 4 and under) FREE
    • Save with a GO Combo Ticket: Get a single-day OOAK ticket + round-trip GO fare between Exhibition Station and any other GO Station for just $30. Buy Your Ticket!
    • PRESTO Perk: Visit the OOAK on Transit Wednesday (November 30) and get a single-day adult admission for only $10 at the box office when you show your PRESTO card.

  • Get There With GO: Take the Lakeshore West GO train line to Exhibition GO Station*. Then it’s a 7 minute walk down Nova Scotia Ave to Princes’ Blvd. The Enercare Centre is located at 100 Princes’ Blvd.

*Note: Starting Monday, October 31, the north and south elevators at Exhibition GO Station will be out of service while we carry out important upgrades to the platform and elevators. Dignity Transportation shuttle service will be available to transport customers with accessibility needs. To request Dignity Transportation shuttle service in advance, call GO Transit at 416-869-3200 or 1-888-438-6646 (toll free). Requests must be made 48 hours in advance of the time of travel. Click here for more information.

TIFF

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TIFF

It’s TIFF time again! The Toronto International Film Festival brings 11 days of film with the biggest stars for its 47th festival season. Attend world premieres, indie film screenings, discussions with industry leaders, and more. Whether you’re an avid film buff or you’re just excited at the possibility of spotting some celebs, #TIFF22 is the place to be and GO Transit is the easy way to get to downtown Toronto while avoiding all the traffic. 

  • When: September 8 - 18, 2022 
  • Where: TIFF Bell Lightbox, 350 King St. W, Toronto 
  • Cost: Varies
  • Get There With GO: Travel by GO train or bus to Union Station. Walk north up University Ave., and turn left onto King St. W. Alternatively, you can connect to the TTC from Union Station.

Supercrawl Hamilton

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Supercrawl

Hamilton’s premier multi-arts festival, Supercrawl, returns with musical performances, Art Installations, dance, fashion, theatre, spoken word, and more - and it’s completely FREE! Discover emerging artists and enjoy local favourites. This year’s lineup includes Tim Baker, TheDirty Nil, Sarah Harmer, Lido Pimienta, JJ Wilde, Charlotte Day Wilson, and many others. Kids will have fun in the Family Zone, and everyone will love filling their appetites at the food trucks and shopping bags with handmade gifts from local shops and craft vendors.

  • When: September 9 - 11, 2022
  • Where: James St. N in downtown Hamilton
  • Cost: FREE!
  • Get There With GO: Take the GO bus to Hamilton GO Centre. The Hamilton/Toronto Express, the Hamilton/Richmond Hill Pearson Express, and GO bus routes 41 & 47 will all take you to Hamilton GO Centre. Alternatively, you can take the Lakeshore West line to Aldershot GO Station and then transfer to the bus to get to Hamilton GO Centre. Remember to check the schedule before your trip! When you arrive at Hamilton GO Centre, walk west on Beckley St. to James St. S, and then head north. It will take you about 7 min to get to the festival corridor at James St. N and King St.

Fall Home Show

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Fall Home Show

The Toronto Fall Home Show is back with over 300 exhibitors to help you style your space! Get free reno and design consultations, test out tools at the DIY Centre, learn how to make budget-friendly fall decor in the Posh Pumpkin Patch, find small-space living inspiration, and see celebrity designers like HGTV Canada’s Scott McGillivray. Whether you own or rent, live in a house or a condo, you want your home to be functional and a space that you love - and you’ll find everything you need to make that happen at the Toronto Fall Home Show!

  • When: September 30 - October 2, 2022. Friday & Saturday 10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.; Sunday 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. 
  • Where: Enercare Centre, Exhibition Place
  • Cost: General (18-64) - $15, Senior (65+) - $13, Youth (13-17) - $12, Children 12 & under - FREE. $30 for a combo ticket that includes admission + round-trip GO transit fare between Exhibition Station and any other GO Station or PRESTO cardholders can save $5 off general admission when you book online using code: PRESTO. Buy your tickets online!
  • Get There With GO: Take the Lakeshore West line to Exhibition GO Station, and then it’s a 7 minute walk down Nova Scotia Ave to Princes’ Blvd. The Enercare Centre is located at 100 Princes’ Blvd.

Oktoberfest Kitchener

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Dust off your favourite stein and practice your polka! Canada’s largest Bavarian Festival is back for nine days of music, dancing, Oktoberfest foods, and - of course - beer. Oktoberfest 2022 includes the return of the Kitchener-Waterloo Oktoberfest Thanksgiving Day Parade! Other festival events include the Bavarian Feast, Willkommen Platz, Kidtoberfest, Oktoberfest nights at various Festhallen around Kitchener-Waterloo, and more. Put on your best Oktoberfest outfit, join the festivities, and find out the meaning of “Gemütlichkeit”!  Dust off your favourite stein and practice your polka! Canada’s largest Bavarian Festival is back for nine days of music, dancing, Oktoberfest foods, and - of course - beer. Oktoberfest 2022 includes the return of the Kitchener-Waterloo Oktoberfest Thanksgiving Day Parade! Other festival events include the Bavarian Feast, Willkommen Platz, Kidtoberfest, Oktoberfest nights at various Festhallen around Kitchener-Waterloo, and more. Put on your best Oktoberfest outfit, join the festivities, and find out the meaning of “Gemütlichkeit”!  


  • When: September 23 - October 15, 2022. See the full schedule of events.
  • Where: Bingemans at Bingemans Centre Drive, Kitchener, THEMUSEUM at 10 King St. West, Kitchener, Downtown Kitchener at 200 King St. West, Various halls throughout Kitchener-Waterloo. Find your Festallen here!
  • Cost: Varies by event. Some events are free. Some halls have a cover charge. 
  • Get There With GO: Take the Kitchener line to Kitchener GO Station and then transfer to Grand River Transit to travel to the various Festhallen.

CFL Toronto Argonauts

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Argos

BMO Field is the home of the Toronto Argos, and it’s a snap to skip the traffic when you travel there with GO Transit. You can score a touchdown on getting the best deal on Argos tickets by using your PRESTO card. Take advantage of up to 20% off home games. Get your game face on and show your support for our Toronto Argonauts!

Purolator, a proud partner of GO Transit, is working with CFL to help end hunger in communities across Canada. If you’re heading to the Toronto Argos game on October 8, 2022, you can support this cause by bringing a non-perishable food item or making a cash donation. You can also make a donation online here.

  • When: Upcoming home games:
    • Saturday, October 8 at 4:00 p.m. (v. BC)
    • Saturday, October 29 at 2:00 p.m. (v. Montreal)
  • Where: BMO Field
  • Cost: Argos tickets start at $20 PRESTO card holders get up to 20% off tickets to home games with PRESTO PerksBuy your tickets online!
  • Get There With GO: The GO train is the best way to get to BMO Field! Take the Lakeshore West line to Exhibition GO Station, and then take a quick 2 minute walk south on Nova Scotia Ave.

imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival

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Celebrate Indigenous storytelling at the 23rd annual imagineNATIVE Film and Media Arts Festival. Check out film screenings, digital and interactive art, special events, and more. The imagineNATIVE Festival aims to inspire and connect communities through original Indigenous film and media arts, and to dispel stereotypes of Indigenous peoples by presenting audiences with a diverse collection of Indigenous artistic expressions. Celebrate Indigenous storytelling at the 23rd annual imagineNATIVE Film and Media Arts Festival. Check out film screenings, digital and interactive art, special events, and more. The imagineNATIVE Festival aims to inspire and connect communities through original Indigenous film and media arts, and to dispel stereotypes of Indigenous peoples by presenting audiences with a diverse collection of Indigenous artistic expressions. 

  • When: October 18 - 30, 2022
  • Where: Varies by event. See the full list of venues here.
  • Cost: Single events are $10-$15 for adults, and $6-$10 for students/seniors. Festival packages start at $150.Status card holders can visit the imagineNATIVE box office in person (located at the TIFF Bell Lightbox), or email boxoffice@imagineNATIVE.org to purchase tickets with HST exemption.  All film screenings on Friday, October 21 are FREE! Buy your tickets online!
  • Get There With GO: Travel by GO train or bus to Union Station, and then walk or take the TTC to the various venues. 

Fall Into Savings with GO

Rake in the savings this fall with fare discounts and affordable GO passes that will make your autumn outings fun AND affordable!

PRESTO Perks

Your PRESTO card isn’t just a convenient way to pay your fare, it also gives you discounts to lots of events and attractions around the GGH. Be sure to check for PRESTO savings when planning your fall outings!

Weekend Passes

Weekend Passes are the easy and affordable way to make the most out of your fall weekends. Use a $10 One-Day Pass for unlimited GO travel on a Saturday, Sunday, or holiday. Use a $15 Weekend Pass for unlimited GO travel all weekend long, including holiday weekends. 

New Fare Discounts

Save on your fall travel with our new fare discounts! Youth PRESTO fare (age 13-19) and Post-Secondary Student PRESTO fare has increased from 22.5% to 40% off the regular adult fare. And, our Co-Fare discount has increased to 100% off on most local transit agencies. 

Weekday Group Pass

Gather your friends and attend an autumn event together! A Weekday Group Pass is the affordable way for everyone to travel together for one low fare when you’re heading out for a day trip on a weekday.

Kids GO Free

Now that school is back in session, kids are ready to let loose on the weekends. Plan a family outing to one of the awesome autumn events and remember that kids aged 12 and under always ride free on GO!

Don’t Miss The Fall Fun!

“Leaf” your car at home this fall and enjoy an easy, breezy ride to the best events of the season on GO Transit. 

Plan your trip now!