What does Halloween mean to you?


From the left are Henri Thibeau, Erika Hickey and Kyla Cochrane

Henri Thibeau

“Halloween always meant to me just hanging out with a lots of friends and eating an obscene amount of candy.”

Erika Hickey

“Halloween is the day of the year where you get to eat as much candy as you want and no one judges you.”

Kyla Cochrane

“It’s a time where I can get dress up, eat candy and drink lots of beer.”


Devin Donegani and Autumn Locke

Devin Donegani

“For me Halloween goes back to All Hallows’ Eve. It’s a time when the spirit world is the closest to our world. I strongly believe in the pagans’ ways. It goes back many, many years.”

Autumn Locke

“To me Halloween is more a bonding within our culture. Bringing other cultures to ours.”


Philip Drost








Philip Drost

“Just a bunch of people dressing up in costumes going around trick-or-treating. Lot of candy and sugar.”


Rodrigo Flores and Raïssa Musoni


Rodrigo Flores

“Halloween is the opposite of Christmas where you take everything for yourself, eat a lot of candy, dress up and it’s a lot of fun. It’s not formal. It’s a lot of partying. It’s Halloween.”

Raïssa Musoni

“A time where you come together to celebrate a tradition, have fun and eat a lot of candy.”



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