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 through caroling.
Canadian people celebrate Christmas on 25 December just like most people.
Many do, yes. Not all.
they celebrate Thanksgiving in october.
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.
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.
They do not celebrate Thanks giving in mexico it is an US and Canadian holiday
South Africa does not celebrate thanksgiving. That is an American and Canadian custom.
i think maybe the same as us new yorkers............if you do live in new york anyways.......
Canadians celebrate many of the same kinds of holidays that are celebrated in the United States. For example, most Canadian people celebrate Christmas, Easter, and Valentine's Day in the same way that these holidays are celebrated in the US.
There is not Thanksgiving in Egypt It is an American and Canadian holiday