#Blessed: How Toronto’s rich and/or famous spent the holidays

How was your holiday break? Was it okay? Here, from the Instagram and Twitter accounts of Toronto notables, are 15 people who probably had better ones.


Hanukkah was weeks ago, so Drake apparently had some time in his holiday schedule to hang out with Kendall Jenner.



Things got a little weird at Joel Zimmerman’s house.


Caitlin Cronenberg

David’s daughter sews her own Christmas decorations.


John Tory

The mayor wasn’t too busy to spoil his grandkiddies with Star Wars merch.


Jenna Bitove-Naumovich

These Kanye-approved Adidas boots are limited-edition rarities, worth $900 or more on the resale market.


Belinda Stronach

The businesswoman and philanthropist spent at least part of the the holidays with her kids, Frank and Nikki Walker. And also Wolfgang Puck.



Shay Mitchell

Toronto’s Instagram queen went to Jamaica.


Elisha Cuthbert

Just imagine Dion Phaneuf snuggling up to this guy:


Sarah Gadon

Gadon family Christmases seem fun.


Margaret Atwood

Peggy prefers handmade gifts, naturally.


Sylvia Mantella

This is probably the last time you’ll see the fashionista dressed the same as anyone else in a room.



Suzanne and Edward Rogers

Toronto’s most famous telecom heirs spent part of the holiday on a yacht.


Marcus Stroman

The Blue Jays starter knows what moms want.


Jeffrey Remedios and Lucia Graca Remedios

Jeff’s big job move has allowed him to up his tree game.


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January 4, 2016

This post originally said that Drake spent his holiday hanging out with Kylie Jenner. In fact, the Jenner in the photo is Kendall.


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