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“Trick or treat” (Photo – istockphoto)
Halloween safety tips
Adapted from The Vancouver Sun by Nila Gopaul
Halloween is on October 31.
Trick-or-treating is a Halloween custom in Canada.
On this day, many children dress in costumes.
In the evening, children go to houses. *
They knock on doors
or ring bells.
Children say “trick or treat”!
Then neighbours give children candy
and children say, “thank you”.