Today, May 24 is Victoria Day, a federal holiday in Canada.
The origin of this holiday dates back to 1845, during the reign of Queen Victoria, May 24, the queen’s birthday, was declared a holiday in Canada. This is a Canadian tradition and does not actually exist in most of England.
While the Victoria Day moves around a lot now, the original rule was to c…
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