Thanksgiving Day Canada
Celebrate Thanksgiving Day 2012 in Canada at Signatures Restaurant at the InterContinental Toronto Yorkville. A delectable dinner awaits you and your family and friends from Thursday, October 4 through Saturday, October 6. Celebrated on the second Monday of October, Canadian Thanksgiving Day usually features a traditional meal of roast turkey and seasonal produce, such as pumpkin, corn on the cob, and pecan nuts. Naturally, every family has their own special foods that they prepare for this truly special annual holiday that allows people to give thanks for the abundance in their lives. You can expect a wide array of customary Thanksgiving Day food items at Signatures Restaurant plus some of their renowned specialties, which include seasonal international and Mediterranean fare served in an ultra-modern, colorful setting. An award-winning restaurant, Signatures has received such impressive accolades as the AAA 4-Diamond Award for 15 years in a row and the California Wine List of Excellence.
In addition to the comfort food, what makes Thanksgiving in Canada so appealing for so many is that it allows them to enjoy the beautiful fall weather before settling in for a long winter. Because the holiday falls on a Monday, many Canadians take off for the three-day weekend. Activities range from hiking and biking to admiring the amazing fall colors. Of course, just like their American counterparts, Canadians love their football and there will be plenty of fans glued to their television sets cheering on their Canadian Football League team engage in classic Thanksgiving Day games.