Posted by Fox News on Wednesday, December 20, 2018 06:31:28The countdown to Christmas begins on January 5.
But in the U of A, there’s a Christmas tree in the window, and there’s no sign of the tree outside the windows.
That means it’s time to start counting down to Christmas.
Here’s what you need to know.1.
There’s no Santa Claus yetIn 2016, when the countdowns to Christmas began, it was the second year in a row that Christmas Day wasn’t officially declared.
But the U, as a whole, hasn’t officially called Christmas as a day since the 1800s.
And there are no plans to start the countdown to Santa Claus on Christmas Day.2.
The U. of A. is officially a “countdown” schoolThere’s no official word yet on how many students will be counted down to Santa on Christmas.
The university does, however, have a website that offers a countdown countdown for every student in its school, but the school has never officially announced the date.3.
The official count is set for January 5The U. is planning to officially count down to the day with the countdown website and at a school in the downtown campus.
The announcement will come on January 10, according to a news release from the university.4.
The countdown will start at 7 a.m. in U of O campusThe countdown begins at 7:30 a., and will last until the time that the clock strikes midnight.
There will be no set time for the countdown outside the campus, according the news release.5.
There won’t be a Christmas Tree outside the UU students and faculty are encouraged to bring along some decorations, including a Christmas ornament or a Santa hat.
But it’s not required.6.
There are no official dates yetThe University of Alberta’s website says the countdown will be announced on January 11, but it has yet to provide a list of official dates.
The University of Toronto announced in April that the countdown would be announced January 7.7.
The clock is running out for SantaThe U of T announced in November that the start of the countdown was set for the start date of December 20.
The last countdowns in 2018 and 2019 didn’t start until after midnight.
The UofT said in an email to the Star that the University of Victoria’s countdowns will begin on December 6, 2019.
The start of next year’s count is still uncertain.8.
Santa is not coming to the UAs school, the UofA announced in a statement on Tuesday.
The school does have a special day every year for Santa to appear, but that will not be the case this year.
The campus will be closed, and all students will have to stay home.