Back in 1993, Disney feared that "The Nightmare Before Christmas" was too dark and scary for kids, and released it under their more mature Touchstone Pictures label.
After it became a cult classic, Disney put the Walt Disney Pictures label back on it in 2006.
Thanksgiving Facts! (Or, as Americans call it, "Canadian Thanksgiving.)
- First celebrated in 1578 to celebrate Martin Frobisher's expedition to find the Northwest Passage. After Canada became a country, was first celebrated in 1872 to celebrate the Prince of Wales' recovery from a long illness.
- The second-biggest day of the year for Canada's turkey farmers! 39% of their turkeys become Thanksgiving dinner.
- Was declared an annual holiday in 1879. Parliament used to declare a different day every year to be Thanksgiving. In the 1920s, it was the same day as Remembrance Day! It was permanently set as the second Monday in October in 1957.
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