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Thursday, December 26, 2013
Borrowed from Britain, and adopted in Canada as a Christmas holiday, Boxing Day is the day after Christmas Day.
In Britain, it was customary for employers to give their employees "Christmas boxes" of money or presents as thanks for good service throughout the year.
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