Christmas is shorter than one month and this means that the market scene on holiday clothes after heating the smoke in the dimension heats faster than the chin of Christmas.
We have come to the list of local markets in the Ottawa-Gatineau region, which we believe should be given to gifts with a wide choice of craft, local and unique items.
Better yet, none of the markets charge entrance.
The assembly of each individual would probably last until mid-January, so if there are markets in the region that you feel worthy of gratitude, please let us know Twitter, Facebook or by e-mail.
Museum Christmas Market
Where: Canadian Museum of History
When: November 30 from 11 am to 6 pm, December 1 and 2 from 9 am to 5 am
This actually started on Thursday, but lasted all weekends, and more than 80 sellers took over the large hall of the historic museum.
Many sellers are from western Quebec, offering goods from chocolate and maple to jewelry and wooden crafts.
The museum is also open, so visitors can buy the season with an exhibit on medieval European history or Canadian photographs from the 19th century.
Christmas market of blackberries
Where: Carp Fairgrounds
When: November 30 from 3 am to 8 am, December 1 from 8 am to 2 pm.
On the annual Carp market, which runs today and tomorrow, about 75 sellers will be deployed on two buildings.
The list of food sellers further includes dozens of eastern Ontario producers offering delicious dreams, such as organic honey, hot sauces and Syrian desserts.
There will also be soaps, candles, wool products and other non-edible items for marketers who will come across these Christmas stockings this year.
While the market is free, visitors can offer a donation to the Carleton Food Access Center.
Where: Carleton University Fieldhouse, 85 University Rd.
When: December 1, from 10 am to 5 pm
Hosted by folks who control the 613flea eclectic market in the rest of the year, 613Christmas is their holiday themed spin on the same concept.
About 150 sellers are expected to descend to Carleton University Fieldhouse on Saturday, including bakers, local craftsmen and antique traders.
So, if this year you're imagining a retro-thematic Christmas, this may be in your street.
Christmas Bazaar of Good Companions
Where: Center for Older Partners, 670 Albert St.
When: December 1 from 9.30 am to 2.00 pm
As suggested one of the followers of Twitter CBC Ottawa, this Saturday market offers up handmade crafts and baked goods produced by local elderly citizens.
Expect high quality quilts, knitting, hot chocolate and what the Albert Street Center – a nonprofit, offering programming and support services for the elderly Ottawane – counts as their "famous turkey pies".
It is expected that Christmas will look like that.
Merrickville Craft and Shop Fair
Where: Merrickville United Art Center, 100 Main St., Merrickville
When: December 1 from 12 to 6 pm
If you want to shop and walk along the Rideau River in the picturesque Merrickville, we have a trade fair for you.
More than 30 vendors will be set up in the newly refurbished center, which is duplicating as the Merrickville United Church.
There will also be breakfast with Christmas and parade, all part of God's visit to celebrate Merrickville.
Woodroffe High School craft fair
Where: Woodroffe High School, 2410 Georgina Dr., Ottawa.
When: December 1, from 9 am to 3 pm
The Fifth School Home Council welcomes local craftsmen who help raise funds.
Christmas Market in Wakefield
Where: 38 chemin de la Vallée de Wakefield
When: December 8 from 2.00 to 7.00
Around this 2013, this one-day festive exhibition space in Quebec's western square is inspired as a "European outdoor holiday".
Approximately 70 sellers will hawking their products in the Amusement River community about 40 kilometers north of Ottawa.
Horseback rides with shadows, photos with Santa Claus and – may correspond to the city's social conscious reputation – the Amnesty International campaign for writing a letter in a local library.
Christmas market of the Ottoman farm
Where: Aberdeen Pavilion in Lansdowne Park
When: Saturday and Sunday in December to December 23, from 9 am to 3 pm
The annual Ottawa Farmer's annual exhibition space takes place through December in the appropriate rustic pavilion Aberdeen.
It is also good because the heritage – built in 1898, that the agricultural farm hall and now is a national historical city – can be large enough to suit 100-plus retailers and crafts.
This year's market also includes live Christmas music, horse riding with wagons at certain dates, and a "baby swinging" for families who want to prepare their own holiday supplements this year.
And for those ambassadors among us, good news: the final date on the market is December 23, just two days before the Christmas date.