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Anzac Day
Anzac day is celebrated as the National Remembrance Day in Australia and New Zealand. This celebration honours all people from both the countries who have served or died in peacekeeping effort, wars or some other sort of conflicts....
Victoria Day
Victoria Day is celebrated on the Monday preceding May 25th every year. It is a federal holiday in Canada. This day was established to celebrate Queen Victoria’s birthday. In 1845, it was declared an actual holiday by the parliament of the Province of Canada. It became a legal holiday in 1901, when the Queen died. Queen Victoria...

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Keeping Time
Keeping Time “Time to get up”, “Time to go to school”. Modern life is ruled by the calendar and the clock. You probably know what the time, day and month is at any moment. The first people didn’t keep track of time though. They hunted and worked during the day and slept at night. They didn’t have a
Time Zone
Time Zone As the Earth rotates on its axis, the Sun shines on only one part of the Earth at a time. While the sun shines where you live, it’s...
Ancient and Modern Calendars
Ancient and Modern Calendars Does your family keep a calendar posted in the house? How do you know when to go to soccer practice or piano lessons? Most families look at a calendar every day. Calendars keep us organized. Anciently, the first calendars were developed to track the seasons and
 
 
 

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