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Updated on Oct. 31, 2019. Posted on Oct. 31, 2019

Thanks For Asking, I'm Currently Processing The Fact That Montreal Just Moved Halloween

Ayoille.

In these divided times, one thing we can all agree on is that Halloween is a holiday which takes place on October 31.

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This is... not up for discussion.

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But yesterday afternoon, Montreal mayor Valérie Plante announced that due to to heavy rainfall, Halloween would be postponed until Friday, November 1.

Avis météo: j’invite les petits et grands Montréalais.e.s à passer l’#Halloween vendredi en raison de la pluie et des vents violents annoncés demain. Nos services seront au rendez-vous, et faites preuve de prudence comme à l’habitude. Bonne cueillette de bonbons! #polmtl

She just... tweeted out a new date for a major holiday.

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Just curious: Is this... allowed?

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While the rest of the country celebrates, Montreal is just going to *do* Halloween one day later??

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Obviously, mayors have every right to take measures for people's safety. But declaring November 1 as New Halloween 2019 feels somehow sacrilège.

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What do you think?

  1. Should you be able to *postpone* Halloween?!

    Should you be able to *postpone* Halloween?!

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Should you be able to *postpone* Halloween?!
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    No, this is a travesty!
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    Yes, Halloween is a construct

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