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8 Toronto-themed Halloween costumes

Like produce, when it comes to costume season sometimes it’s best to shop local.

If you’re partaking in any Halloween celebrations this year you can post a pic of your costume with the hashtag #IndieHalloween for the chance to win a $500 vinyl shopping spree from our friends at Sonic Boom. Entries will be taken from Instagram and Twitter from Monday, October 24 – Monday, October 31 at midnight. Winner will be drawn and contacted on Tuesday, November 1.

Here are eight Toronto-themed Halloween costumes we’ve gathered from around the internet.

Honest Ed’s marquee

Help the Annex landmark live forever by dressing up as Honest Ed’s iconic sign, complete with cheap, cheap, cheapest prices in town!

Mini-Gord Downie

Not necessarily Toronto-centric but 2-and-a-half-year old Bentley’s Gord Downie Halloween garb is sure to bring a tear to your eye.

Alleged beer tosser Ken Pagan

Full marks for this re-creation of Pagan, who was charged with mischief after he was ID’d as the suspect who threw a beer can onto the Rogers Centre surface during a Blue Jays playoff game.

Marcus Stroman

Height doesn’t measure Halloween.

Jose BOO-tista

Bautista hasn’t left town yet, but his ghost is here to haunt opposing pitchers no matter what happens this free agency season.

Kevin Puplar

Sticking with the Blue Jays theme, here’s centre fielder Kevin Pillar in puppy form.

TTC dog is out of service

The TTC Notices streetcar is out of service because of course it is.

Auston Matthews as Ken Bone

Toronto Maple Leafs wunderkind Auston Matthews leaned on his American roots for Halloween, dressing up as Ken Bone, who’s best known as the man who asked a question during the second 2016 United States Presidential Election Debate. Teammate Peter Holland went as Donald Trump and a friend joined the party as Hillary Clinton.

Image via @Robonto

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