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Canada's little-known Thanksgiving tradition
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4 October 2012
On 4 October 2012 The Star reported:
This year, Canadian Thanksgiving falls on Monday, 8 October. The North American country has a quiet Thanksgiving tradition that few city folks know about. Every year, farmers in hundreds of communities across the country donate a few acres of their land to grow crops for the Canadian Foodgrains Bank, a Winnipeg-based partnership of 15 churches working to end global hunger. Last year, there were 140 growing projects in Ontario. They raised $2.4 million. Nationwide, these small-town efforts raised $6 million.
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