Christmas In Canada

By: Kennah Short

Food They Eat for Christmas in Canada

They eat Turkey and Tourtire.Their breakfast is ham, eggs, or pancakes. At lunch they also eat stuffed or dressed roast turkey, potatoes, and cranberry sauce, savoury snacks such as oranges or mandarin, nuts and butter tarts and finally, the Christmas pudding or plum. Numerous sweets such as barley candy and chicken bones (creamy milk chocolate that was melted) are all served.

Symbol of Santa

He wears a red suit, and goes down people’s chimneys. He brings presents for children on the 24th of December and his name is Santa Claus.
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Some Traditions

They have parties and make cakes. They also bring cookies and exchange them.

Christians in Canada celebrate Christmas as the day Jesus was born. They exchange gifts and have lots of fun at the parties. They also have a firework celebration called rŽveillon and it started in 1875.They also put up a giant tree in a church and decorate it.
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Christmas Lasts

The Christmas season ends on January 6th. At the end they eat cake, and the cake has a bean in it and whoever gets the bean is the king(or queen).

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