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Halloween candy catapults, chutes and ziplines: How some will greet trick-or-treaters in 2020

USATODAY.com Thursday, 29 October 2020
Amid COVID-19, Halloween's going to look different this year. But that isn't stopping neighbors from giving candy to children in costume (and masks).
 
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With the COVID-19 pandemic making traditional trick-or-treating too risky for many, Canadians decided to get creative. Kids collected their Halloween candy in a variety of innovative ways, including via chutes, T-shirt cannons and in grab-and-go baggies.

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