The differences between the Canadian and American Thanksgiving

A nice little article was just posted by Carolyn Ali on the "Inside Vancouver' site.  She is describing what she feels the main differences are between the Canadian and American Thanksgiving. We all know that the Canadian Thanksgiving is in October, not November - but according to her, ours is not all about the pilgrims.  And of course the Canadian Thanksgiving is not associated with crazy shopping in any way - perhaps we might even tend to take a little more time off.  How civilized!!  Click here for the complete article.  It's a nice light read.  Be sure to give thanks to whatever is good in your lives and enjoy and wonderful long weekend.

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