Today many Canadians are not at their jobs or at school, but instead they are with their family or friends.
Le Jour d'Action de Grâce or Thanksgiving Day is being celebrate today, citizen in Canada’s municipals are enjoying this day off to gather with their family members or friend and are enjoying a delicious meal. How will you spend this national public holiday? Are you planning to travel? If so we invite you to read our post: Traveling Tips.
Our dental clinic in Los Algodones knows the importance of spending time with your love ones, we want you to enjoy this day and make many memorable moments with your family, friends and love ones.
The Celebration’s Background
Celebrations associate to giving thanks to God, deities or other have been celebrated for thousands of years. Before the settlement of the Europeans, native Canadians held ceremonies and festivals to celebrate the conclusion and generosity the harvest had offered. When Europeans began to settle in Canada; they held the thanksgiving celebration, to give thanks for some special fortune achieved that year.
Fact: Prayers of thanks and special thanksgiving ceremonies are common among almost all religions after harvests and at other times.
A few years after the US Civil War began, many American refugees fleeing the war went to Canada and brought with them the custom of an annual thanksgiving festival. This made Thanksgiving Day, to be held annually; but every year the date varied and a special theme was made each year. Since the end of the WWI until 1930, holidays like Armistice Day and Thanksgiving Day were celebrated on the Monday closest to November 11 to commemorate the end of WWI. However, this changed in 1931 when Thanksgiving Day was moved to a Monday in October and in 1957 another change occurred, Canada’s Thanksgiving Day will now be held on the second Monday in October.
Canada’s Thanksgiving Day Today
Today is common to see a cornucopia or a hollow horn, filled with seasonal fruit and vegetables and a delicious, steamy oven roasted turkey filled with your favorite toppings and cook to perfection. As mentioned, today many have a day off from their jobs or school and many are enjoying this three-day weekend to visit family or friends who live far away and enjoy time together.
Regarding Canada’s public transport services, many may run to a reduced timetable or may not run at all, please organize your in order to avoid and accident. Other popular activities include: spending time outdoor to admire the spectacular colors of the Canadian autumn; or outdoor sports like:
Fact: Cornucopia means "Horn of Plenty" in Latin and is a symbol of bounty and plenty in ancient Greece.
For Sani Dental Group your oral health is our priority, but spending time with your family and friends is also important. If after the celebration you begin to experience pain in your teeth, gums or jaw; we invite you to the city of Los Algodones, where our dental clinic offers you affordable dental procedures and the largest dental clinic in the city.
We have more than 25 train professionals who are capable of assisting you and your love ones with all your orals need.
We know that for Canadians today is a special day and we want you to enjoy it and make the most of it. For Sani Dental Group your smile is important; but it is more important that you spend time with your love ones and enjoy every minute you spend with them.
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