For envious Canadians or Americans stuck up here in the frozen North, the U.S. Thanksgiving holiday can seem, from the outside looking in, like a bit of a dream come true. To get the same four-day long weekend many Americans enjoy you’d have to use up a vacation day (or two). Even Canadian Thanksgiving isn’t an official holiday in Nova Scotia, P.E.I., and Newfoundland & Labrador.
But fear not: you can still enjoy yourself celebrating a second Thanksgiving this year. In fact, I dare you to go out and have even more fun enjoying American Thanksgiving in Canada than at your own traditional family get-together.
Watch all the football! (Or Thanksgiving movies! Yes, that’s a thing!)
Not only do you get your weekend of CFL games in October, now you get a blast of three games back to back (plus the Grey Cup is this weekend in Winnipeg, if you need a fourth game to watch). Set up the DVR if you don’t have the day off and you can spend two whole regular weekend days sitting on the couchRead More »from Six reasons why celebrating American Thanksgiving is even better in Canada