It’s a strange way to observe ‘Family Day’

From the Niagara Gazette:

If you were driving anywhere near the border Monday, there’s a chance you observed the traffic lines waiting to cross the international bridges.

It was, of course , the day for U.S. residents to honor their presidents.

Meanwhile, in Ontario, it was a holiday called Family Day.

Canadians seem to have a problem with how to spend their day while Americans can’t agree on how to spell it.

Supposedly the Ontario holiday was designed for families to spend more time together, either at the Fashions Outlets, Military Road, Town of Niagara, or perhaps sitting in the car for more than an hour to pass through customs.

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