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Canada Day

n.
July 1, observed in Canada in commemoration of the formation of the Dominion in 1867.

Canada Day

n
(in Canada) July 1, the anniversary of the day in 1867 when Canada became the first British colony to receive dominion status: a bank holiday. Former name: Dominion Day

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n.
a Canadian national holiday, July 1, celebrating the formation of the Dominion on July 1, 1867.
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All money raised will be going to Brain Tumour Research and the event is also hoping to increase awareness of the charity's annual Wear A Hat Day on March 29.
St Mungo's woolly hat day takes place next Friday, January 26, when thousands of people will don beanies, baseball caps, berets and more to help us raise awareness and vital funds for our work.
St Mungo's Woolly Hat Day takes place on Friday, January 26, where thousands of people will don beanies, baseball caps, berets and more to help us raise awareness and vital funds for our work.
Another user commented that it was a bad hat day for the "Horrible Bosses" star.
Rebecca Headland, customer service specialist, explained: "A member of ours, Peter Realf, asked if we would support the Brain Tumour Research Wear A Hat Day in memory of his son Stephen, who was also a member of the Coventry and sadly passed away from a brain tumour at the age of 26.
So far, this year, we have had a MacMillan Coffee Morning to support MacMillan Cancer Care, pyjama non-uniform day to support Children in Need, Red Nose Day event to support Comic Relief and Wear a Hat Day to support Brain Tumour Research.
Your child can use the schedule to help remember special days, like Hat Day, Inside Out Day, a class party, or Mom's birthday.
Many Huddersfield soldiers lost their lives on hat day and over the next five months as the attle raged before finally ending in November 16.
From straw hats and sombreros to dartboards and traffic cones, the event's annual Hat Day on Thursday saw drinkers sporting an eclectic array of headgear.
Debbie has now joined with the Brain Tumour Trust in raising awareness of the condition through its Wear a Hat Day held on March 24.