Three curiosities of Christmas in Canada.
Christmas is coming, one of the most beautiful times of the year and that's why today we want to share with you three curious facts about Christmas in Canada.
1. Did you know that there are places in Canada where it feels like Christmas all year round?
The names of these places allude to Christmas, some of these names are:
- Reindeer Station: The reindeer station.
- Christmas Island: Christmas Island.
- Turkey Point: "Turkey Point" refers to the typical Christmas meal.
- Snowflake: Snowflake.
- Snowball: Snowball
- Toys Hill: Toy Hill.
Can you imagine living on Christmas Island?
2. The most listened song at Christmas is sung by a Canadian.
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas...
Does this song sound familiar?
Michael Bubble's version is the most listened to in many parts of the world and the Canadian was born in Burnany, British Columbia.
3. Christmas trees are real
In Canada, forests are planted with approximately 5.5 million Christmas trees, i.e. pine forests.
What happens is that in Canada, unlike other countries, Christmas trees are not made of plastic, they are real trees. Families go to the forests and choose the Christmas tree and carry it on the roof of the car to their homes. There are also markets in the cities with trees to avoid traveling.
Because they are real trees they constantly have to be watered and the houses smell of pine during the holiday.
What was your favorite curiosity?
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