Do they say Merry Christmas or Happy Christmas in Canada?
You would say “Joyeux Noël!” to wish someone “Merry Christmas” in French-speaking countries, such as France, Canada, and some African countries.
Do they say Happy holidays in Canada?
Despite a minority of Canadians saying they identify with the religious aspect of Christmas, a huge majority feel this time of year is too commercial and, in most provinces, they choose to reject the term “holidays” in favour of “Christmas.”
What is Santa called in Canada?
1. English: Santa Claus / Father Christmas. In the UK, US and Canada, “Santa Claus” or “Father Christmas” is believed to travel around the world sporting a red suit on his sleigh, pulled by reindeer.
Is Happy Christmas correct?
Happy Christmas is not a sentence, but it is grammatically correct because it stands for ‘(You) have a happy Christmas. ‘ There we have a complete sentence, with the verb have in imperative mood and the subject you.
Is it rude to say Merry Christmas?
If you’re so compelled to say it, just say it! But, please, don’t say it out of spite. If you’re deliberately saying “Merry Christmas” because you wish to exclude or offend others that do not celebrate it, you’re truly missing the point and good nature behind the sentiment.
What can I say instead of Merry Christmas?
2-Word Alternatives to Merry Christmas
- celebrate Christmas.
- Christmas greetings.
- Christmas blessings.
- Christmas joy.
- festive greetings.
- happy Christmas.
- happy Festivus (from Seinfeld)
- happy holidays.