21 comments on “Happy Canadian Thanksgiving!

  1. Thank you! And Happy Thanksgiving to you – it’s the yummiest holiday in Canada and one that has the most genuine meaning to me as far as holidays go. One thing I can say is that I am grateful for your blog – it always inspires me and delights me, both with your words and also with your images. Peace, Harlon

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  2. And a Happy Thanksgiving to you. The Canadian Holiday is not well known here in the states, as shown by the recent lengthy New York Times article in its food section. I was intrigued by your reference to Martin Forbisher, a very interesting historical figure whom I came across in my research for our trip last month through the Northwest Passage. We did not see Frobisher Bay in southeastern Baffin Island, but did see a good bit of the northern sections of Baffin Island. Really like your posts, thanks!

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  3. Beautiful images!! And I loved hearing about the history of Canadian Thanksgiving. Honestly I had no idea that the people who were loyal to england during the revolution brought our Thanksgiving traditions to Canada. I’m really dense it seems with Canadian history, so I appreciate you sharing this. And belated Happy Thanksgiving!

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