First established in 1987 by Canadian Parliament in an attempt to prove that Canada is a real country. Today Canadian Thanksgiving is celebrated in one country (Canada) by dozens of people.
No it's not the real Thanksgiving, it's Canadian Thanksgiving.
Canadian Thanksgiving is having a regular thanksgiving like feast at a non-thanksgiving time of the year.
Eating turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, etc. in March, or August: I know it is June, but turkey is delicious, lets have a Canadian Thanksgiving.
Did you know that in Canada they celebrate Canadian Thanksgiving in October?
n., urban gay slang:
When you attempt to announce your Coming Out Of The Closet in a speech to your family during the holidays like a big drama queen, but no one hears you because they're too drunk and/or too busy scarfing down turkey and pumpkin pie.
That was one hell of a close call, Jeff. Good thing it turned out to be a Canadian Thanksgiving, eh!"