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Celebrate the Season with Holiday Magic on CBC

We're now in the month of December - the most wonderful time of the year - and with the holidays quickly approaching, CBC is celebrating the season all month long and you can too. All of your favourite holiday programming and music is in one place; Holiday Magic on CBC is your one-stop spot for the season and it's going on now.

Kicking off the festivities from your favourite CBC shows is Dragons' Den's Holiday Special airing on Dec. 5. Tune in to the special episode to see if the aspiring entrepreneurs put the Dragons in a giving mood.

Next, get ready for an entire week of holiday episodes on Steven and Chris beginning Dec. 10. The guys will go through the hottest tips for the season including decor, festive fashion, culinary delights, gift ideas, party-planning and more.

Last year, the guys took us on a tour of their holiday set. Take a look:

22 Minutes' annual one-hour Holiday Special - airing Dec. 11 - will be packed with laughs and stars. Check out a preview here:

On the big day - Dec. 25, that is - settle down from all of your morning excitement by watching the special two-hour movie A Heartland Christmas. Take a look at a preview from last year:

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CBC will also be showing classic movies like Home Alone, A Christmas Story, Rudolph, Elf and many more throughout the month. For a full schedule of holiday shows, check out the Holiday Magic on CBC website.


CBC Music also has you covered with tunes to get you in holiday mode. Whether you're decorating your house, entertaining guests, or just taking a moment for yourself, listen to the perfect soundtrack during all of your festive activities with the classical holiday stream or seasonal favourites - both on CBC Music 24 joyful hours a day.

For more Holiday Magic on CBC including a gift guide and entertaining tips, head to the Holiday Magic site.



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