Victoria’s Day (CANADA) and more holidays on May 22!

Victoria’s Day: Victoria’s Day is not just another excuse for a long weekend in Canada, but a celebration of the country’s colonial roots. The day marks the birthday of Queen Victoria, who was the reigning
monarch when Canada became a country in 1867. While many Canadians may see it as the start of
summer, it’s important to remember the historical significance of the day and all the things that
make Canada the unique and diverse nation it is today. So let’s raise a toast to Canada? Happy
Victoria’s Day!

Also on May 22…

International Day for Biological Diversity: A day was chosen to raise awareness about the importance of
biodiversity and its conservation.

National Maritime Day (United States): A special day to recognize and honor the maritime industry,
which plays a crucial role in the country’s economy and national security.

World Goth Day: Celebrate the goth subculture and its influence on music, fashion, and art.

National Vanilla Pudding Day: Enjoy the creamy and delicious dessert made with vanilla, milk, sugar,
and other ingredients.

Harvey Milk Day (United States): In Honor of Harvey Milk, an American politician and,gay rights
an activist who was assassinated in 1978.

Let us know if there’s a holiday you’d like us to add to our list for today, and we’ll see if we can make it happen. Also, if you’re searching for more e-cards to send to your loved ones, you can check out our collection by clicking on this link.

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