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Canadians Consistent In Preference for Term ‘Christmas Season’ (72%), Minority Prefers ‘Holiday Season’ (28%)

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Friday, December 21, 2012

Toronto, ON – With the debate between using ‘Christmas’ versus the more inclusive reference to ‘holidays’ continuing year after year, a strong majority of Canadians are still set in their ways and prefer the traditional moniker, according to a new poll conducted by Ipsos Reid on behalf of Postmedia News and Global Television. ...

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Canadians Consistent In Preference for Term ‘Christmas Season’ (72%), Minority Prefers ‘Holiday Season’ (28%)


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