Thanksgiving is traditionally a time to gather with family and friends around the table, express gratitude and dig into a big meal loaded with turkey and seasonal side dishes. But this year, health officials across the country are urging Canadians to celebrate the season with caution when it comes to who you surround yourself with, in light of the spike of COVID-19 in certain regions.
Dr. Theresa Tam, Canada’s chief public health officer, released a statement in advance of the holiday, urging people to make different plans than they’re used to making for the annual feast.
“We’ve got some serious planning to do,” Tam said in a release. “Not the carefree