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The fierce and the farmers.
Equal rights is about more than voting.
Canada is lucky to have people from so many different backgrounds celebrating so many different things. Christmas, a Christian celebration, has been a December tradition since the first Europeans came here.
People from all over the world have moved to Canada. And many have brought more than just a suitcase with them. They have brought culture, traditions…and holidays!
Most Canadians are familiar with at least one or two Christmas carols. How can we not be? Every December since 1643, carols can be heard just about everywhere.
Here’s the story behind some of Canada’s favourite festive foods.
Special tokens made just for the fur trade.
Passing the time at a fur trade post.