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Monday is Canadian Thanksgiving — here are 7 things you need to know

Markets are closed in Canada on Monday for Canadian Thanksgiving. The holiday is pretty similar to American Thanksgiving — it definitely involves a turkey — but there are a few big differences. For one thing, it's always held on the second Monday of October. That said, Canadians will feast on the Saturday, Sunday, or Monday of the Thanksgiving long weekend. The Canadian holiday also has a different history and origin than the US one — and many argue it actually came first.
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