Thanksgiving goes beyond the borders of the United States. Canada has their own day to give thanks, and it occurs the second Monday in October each year. The meaning behind the holiday is similar to the American holiday: to give thanks and celebrate the harvest and blessings of the year. The menu is also similar to a traditional American feast, but with the addition of wild game, ham, and salmon on the dinner table, it's a uniquely Canada affair. Many of these dishes can be made ahead of time and easily split up to have a potluck Thanksgiving. This Canadian Thanksgiving menu will definitely give your family reason to celebrate and count your blessings.

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September 30, 2016