Dozens of red Rogers vans will fan across the city tonight to keep watch over little boils and ghouls as they haunt the streets to scare up Halloween treats.
On Oct. 31, you would be forgiven for thinking the red vans on Vaughan streets mean a massive meltdown at Rogers Cable.
Fret not. Your cable is safe. Mischief-makers, on the other hand, had better watch out.
On the spooky northwest corner of Dufferin St. and Steeles Ave., one retailer is spreading its scary version of Christmas cheer to costume hunters this Halloween season.
Value Village at 1520 Steeles Ave. West in Concord specializes in donated, second-hand merchandise, including discarded fashion ghouls from deep within the dusty bowels of the closets of reformed fashionistas.
Woodbridge tot Matthew Caggiano, 18 months, wanders through the pumpkins at Southbrook Farm and Winery in Maple on Wednesday. In addition to the Halloween gourds, the site has bales of hay, cornstalks, costumes and other seasonal items for sale — as well as offering hayrides for the kids — as Vaughan starts getting ready for the end-of-October celebration.