Posted 14 October 2013 - 01:08 PM
What, are you guys just co-opting our thanksgiving and traditions? lol
Shouldn't you guys be celebrating with poutine and Labatts? Maybe a little back bacon?
Oh Americans...always think people are copying you...lol
First Canadian Thanksgiving - 1578.
First American Thanksgiving - 1621.
It did become a national holiday in the US first though. They also have slightly different meanings.
The more you know...
And yes I would love to have poutine, real Canadian beer, timbits and back bacon. lol
We even call back bacon "Canadian Bacon" lol
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