Christmas in Canada is celebrated in much the same way as it is in other Western countries YOUNG IMMIGRANTS. As it is across the globe, Dec. 25 is the official holiday in Canada, with many Canadians also taking time off on the afternoon of the 24th (Christmas Eve) as well as Boxing Day YOUNG IMMIGRANTS, which is celebrated on the 26th.
Canada is a multicultural country
so many other holiday traditions aside from Christian ones are observed in December and throughout the year YOUNG IMMIGRANTS. Hanukkah celebrations are widespread, especially in Toronto and Montreal where there are large Jewish populations of YOUNG IMMIGRANTS. On Christmas Day, pretty much everything in the way of retail and services is closed YOUNG IMMIGRANTS, except for the occasional convenience store. A hotel is a good bet if you’re looking for a bar or restaurant for a good holiday meal.