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Happy Independence Day!

Posted on July 4th, by Henry Goldbeck in Events. Comments Off on Happy Independence Day!

Independence Day, also known as the Fourth of July, is a federal holiday commemorating the Declaration of Independence in 1776. This marked independence for 13 colonies that were under the rule of the British Empire and began what we know today as the United States of America.

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Happy 150th Birthday Canada!

Posted on June 30th, by Henry Goldbeck in Events. Comments Off on Happy 150th Birthday Canada!

Canada celebrates 150 years of being an awesome, fantastic, gorgeous, vast, open, friendly, from sea to sea to shining sea country!  Canada Rocks!  Happy Canada Day from our team at Goldbeck Recruiting!

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Honouring Fathers in the Workplace

Posted on June 16th, by Henry Goldbeck in Events, In The Media. Comments Off on Honouring Fathers in the Workplace

Celebrating Father’s Day is an old tradition that can be traced back to the middle ages of Europe. The tradition carried over to North America, in the early twentieth century, where it was implemented on the third Sunday of June to complement Mother’s Day. Yet, it did not become an official holiday in the U.S. … Read More »

Observing US Memorial Day

Posted on May 26th, by Henry Goldbeck in Events, In The Media, Just For Fun. Comments Off on Observing US Memorial Day

The last Monday of each May is the day that the United States dedicates to remembering the American soldiers who died while serving in the line of duty. The holiday first originated in 1868, as Decoration Day following the American Civil War, and was designated as the day for the nation to place flowers on … Read More »

Celebrating Working Moms this Mother’s Day

Posted on May 10th, by Henry Goldbeck in Events, In The Media, Just For Fun. Comments Off on Celebrating Working Moms this Mother’s Day

The special celebration of Mother’s Day first originated in 1908, West Virginia, when a woman named Anna Jarvis held a memorial to honour her mother who had passed three years earlier, and who first campaigned for Mother’s Day to be a recognized holiday in the United States. Today, it is celebrated in numerous countries across … Read More »