It’s a trend we all know too well. The day after Halloween ends, Christmas season begins, at least, in stores.
However, Canadians seem to think that all the holiday festivities should start after Remembrance day, if not later.
Sensors Quality Management Inc. surveyed 500 Canadians, and 78 per cent said they believed Remembrance day was a good marker.
Over half of them said businesses should actually wait until December to roll out the Christmas trees and decorations.
Some even said they were fed up with having to spend eight weeks listening to Christmas carols every time they enter a store.