Canadians celebrate Christmas on December 25, the same day as every other country celebrates Christmas. Christmas Eve is on the 24th and different families open presents at different times.
Canadians that celebrate Christmas call it Christmas if they speak English and Noel if they speak French.
Because of all the snow we get! Honestly, are you that stupid?
i don't really know but i think they don't celebrate Christmas like Americans, canadians, and Mexican for their children
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.
No. Kwanzaa is celebrated mainly by African Americans (and African Canadians). The majority of those people are Christian, so they also celebrate Christmas.
Canadians celebrate the founding of their country on July 1
Canadians celebrate Victoria Day on the 24th of May.
No. Canadians celebrate becoming a nation on July 1.
They hang lights, have presents around a tree, go caroling, same thing as Americans :)