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October 11, 2010

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Lisa

We introduced the US Thanksgiving Day tradition to our Canadian neighbors while living in Toronto. The love of football was definitely lost on our Canadian friends. At least on the people I knew.

However the Canadian dining tradition was more true to its heritage as most things are in their culture. Not nearly as sensationalized as it is in the US. Kind of refreshing.

Selah Beth

I believe the thanksgiving football tradition is more recent in Canada, at least I didn't grow up with it. And unlike a lot of my friends I grew up in a CFL crazy home.

Montreal 46 - Calgary 19
Winnipeg came back from a huge deficit to beat B.C. 47-35 in OT

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