"Canada"mas Crackers

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What Canadian province leads the world in exporting Christmas trees?
Nova Scotia

In years gone by, where was it customary to “fish for the Church” over the Christmas holidays?
Newfoundland

In what Canadian province can you find an island called Christmas?
Nova Scotia

What country started the Christmas stamp tradition in 1898?
Canada

Who introduced the Advent calendar to Canada in the 1700’s?
German settlers

Who introduced the Christmas tree custom to Canada in the 1700’s?
German settlers

Who introduced gingerbread houses to Canada in the 1700’s?
German settlers

Who introduced cookies to Canada in the 1700’s?
German settlers

What U.S. city has received a Christmas tree from the Province of Nova Scotia every year since 1970?
Boston

Which city is officially known as "The Christmas Capital of Canada"?
Winnipeg earned this title because its frequent and abundant snowfalls each December.

Which Canadian chain store once featured Give like Santa, Save like Scrooge as its sales slogan during the holiday season?
Canadian Tire

During the 12 Days of Christmas in Nova Scotia and Newfoundland, kids often wear masks, make noise, ring bells and go door-to-door seeking treats. Which name do they go by?
Belsnicklers or Mummers

In Labrador, which vegetables are saved from the summer harvest, hollowed out, fitted with a candle and given to children at Christmas?
Hollowed-out turnips