For many Canadians this is a long weekend. While British Columbians celebrated their very first Family Day, which is not a federally-established event, last week, residents of Alberta, Saskatchewan and Ontario mark the occasion on the third Monday in February. Folks in Manitoba celebrate Louis Riel Day at the same time and Prince Edward Islanders will be recognizing Islander Day. The only provinces not observing this holiday in February are Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Yukon, Northwest Territories and Nunavut. I recall when there were hints of a February holiday for Ontario. Some suggested it was a political strategy with voters so grateful they'd remember the party that gave them another day off at the polls. There were mentions that we just simply needed something to look forward to in the middle of winter, a possibility that makes complete sense to me. But the official stand is that it has quite simply been set aside to observe exactly what it implies — the im
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