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How are you celebrating Halloween this year?

With trick or treating off the table, some public health officials say parents should find other ways to celebrate the haunting holiday.

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With trick or treating discouraged in parts of Canada this year, what do you have planned for Halloween night? (ShineTerra/Shutterstock)

Public health officials are advising that kids avoid trick or treating this Halloween in Toronto, Ottawa and parts of New Brunswick.

With the annual tradition off the table, parents should find other ways to celebrate the haunting holiday, they say. 

Our question this week: Is it safe to trick or treat? How are you celebrating Halloween this year?

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