How to handle politics at Thanksgiving dinner

Published on October 11, 2019, 11:18 am

Published by BC Local News

Etiquette experts are offering tips on how to handle hot election topics with civility as Canadians gather for Thanksgiving dinner this weekend. Toronto etiquette expert Leanne Pepper suggests leaving especially contentious issues off the menu. She also suggested telling guests before they arrive whether political chatter is welcome. Hot potatoes such as immigration, corruption, and the Trans Mountain pipeline are among the divisive issues marking this federal election. (The Canadian Press)





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