Thanksgiving Day, in Canada, is an annual holiday celebrated on the second Monday of October since 1957. Automatically, many Canadians get that day off work in most parts of the country. Therefore, people enjoy Thanksgiving and see it as a time to visit family or beloved-ones who live far away. Even though Canadian Thanksgiving Day is linked to the European tradition of harvest festivals, the huge and delicious turkey is also used as a symbol. Well, this exciting weekend really kicks off the autumn season. It’s a perfect chance to find time to stop and give big thanks for all fortunes in the past.