Canada Day

The 1st July each year marks the national day of Canada or Canada Day. In French, the day is called la Fête du Canada. This day celebrates the anniversary of the British North America Act (also more commonly known as the Constitution Act, 1867) when three British colonies were united to become one country, or what we know as Canada.

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A Celebration Of All That Is English On St George’s Day!

St George’s Day falls annually on the 23rd April and is England’s national day, with St George being the patron saint of England, even though he wasn’t even English! St George was a Roman soldier and is infamous for slaying a dragon.

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Celebrate All That Is English On St George’s Day!

St George’s Day falls on Thursday 23rd April 2009 and is England’s national day, with St George being the patron saint of England, even though he wasn’t even English!   St George was a Roman soldier and is infamous for slaying a dragon.

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