Acadian Day

Acadian Day

Every August 15th

Most people assume that all Canadians are just ‘Canadian’, and that the French spoken by the people there is the same as any French. Such is not the case, however! In fact, Canada didn’t use...

World Heritage Day

World Heritage Day

Every April 18th

Everyday people all over the world celebrate their cultural heritage, simply by living their lives in a way that embodies who they are and where they came from. But one day a year is set...

Pepper Pot Day

Pepper Pot Day

Every December 29th

Pepper Pot, a thick and spicy soup that is an American staple dish, especially in the southern regions of the United States. What is Pepper Pot? Well, it’s a soup that contains twelve different ingredients...

Paul Bunyan Day

Paul Bunyan Day

Every June 28th

It may sometimes seem as though a great majority of the most popular folklore characters are evil predators who spend their lives hunting for their next victim. Paul Bunyan, on the other hand, is the...

Euro Day

Euro Day

Every January 1st

What exactly does Euro Day commemorate? How many people in the world use the euro in their countries? When did the euro start being used? These are questions that many people who have never been...

Australia Day

Australia Day

Every January 26th

Australia. A country. A continent. A land of pristine beaches and merciless deserts, adorable koala bears and murderous great white sharks. The sixth largest country in the world, with but 21 million inhabitants. Closer to...

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