Nearly 400 years ago, a group of Pilgrims and Native Americans held a feast that lasted three days, and the celebration became referred to as America’s “First Thanksgiving”. In the centuries since, the holiday was celebrated somewhat sporadically in America and only became an official holiday in 1941. This holiday has been commemorated on the fourth Thursday of November … Read More »
After the long hot summer that gripped most parts of Canada this year, many Canadians are looking forward to this autumn for the cooler temperatures, brightly coloured foliage, and pumpkin-spiced treats. But the real highlight of this season is undoubtedly Thanksgiving, often affectionately referred to as “Turkey Day”!
Although Canadians have only been celebrating Thanksgiving … Read More »