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Happy summer day

Summer on the north shore of Prince Edward Island

By Francis Moran

Today is a typically confused holiday for we Canadians.

It’s the Monday of a long weekend that is enjoyed coast to coast.

Well, almost coast to coast; in that unique fashion of theirs, Quebecers express their distinct society aspirations on this day by not having it off. (Although they did get to enjoy their Fête nationale du Québec on June 24, so they can’t really complain.)

We have trouble deciding what to call this quasi-national holiday in the rest of the country.

For most, it simply carries the anodyne moniker, August Long Weekend.

For Haligonians, it’s Natal Day. (Although I lived in Halifax for more than 10 years, I was never a real Haligonian. At best, I was a reasonable Halifacsimile. But I always enjoyed the Concert on the Hill and fireworks on what was only nominally the city’s birthday.)

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