Canadian people celebrate Christmas with many different customs. Decorating the Christmas tree is common. Mummering is another tradition in parts of Canada. People knock on doors and disguise their voice while asking if any mummers are there. Sinck and Tuck is another tradition in Canada, this involves dancing as well as giving gifts.
they celebrate deepavali mostly.
how do people in korea celebrate Christmas
Yes, people in Cuba do celebrate Christmas.
Christian Celebrate Christmas...
They DO celebrate Thanksgiving in Turkey. They celebrate the same way we do.
They celebrate through caroling.
Canadian people celebrate Christmas on 25 December just like most people.
Many do, yes. Not all.
they celebrate Thanksgiving in october.
Canadian Jews celebrate Hanukkah.
Canadians celebrate Canada Day to show their appreciation for the country they live in, show that they truly are proud to be Canadian and to show that we are grateful for everything that our founding fathers, Canadian militarily did/dose for every single day!to
The Jewish people celebrate Hanukkah where ever they are including the Canadian jews. The days are not typically official holidays. Most schools and businesses will make allowances for those that are celebrating.
They do not celebrate Thanks giving in mexico it is an US and Canadian holiday
Ireland does not celebrate Thanksgiving at all. It is US and Canadian holiday. Nobody else celebrates it. The Irish living in America, celebrate Thanksgiving the same as everyone else.
The second Monday in October is Thanksgiving Day, when Canadian people celebrate and give thanks for the end of the harvest.ThanksgivingThanksgiving Daythanksgiving day
not unless they're catholic