Canada is celebrating its 141st official Thanksgiving this year. Originally celebrated to give thanks for the blessing of a prosperous harvest, Canadians now spend the holidays to give thanks for all of life’s blessings as well as to spend time with friends and family.
As social distancing remains in effect for much of the country, Thanksgiving looks much different this year, yet Canadians have found creative ways to make sure the holiday is special. Some have chosen to have virtual dinners. Others have opted to have an outdoor dinner. For many, a tough call has been made to spend the holiday only with those in the same household.
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