COVID-19 Did Not Steal Canadians' Holiday Spirit

Canadians plan for holiday celebrations at home

Published on December 10,2020

This holiday season: how are Canadians celebrating?

Canadians are planning to keep up holiday spirits by cooking & baking at home this year.

Caddle found out that everyone is reducing gatherings over the holiday season.
What are Canadians planning to do more/less of this holiday season?

Let’s find out.

Canadians plan to…

entertain less,
host less gatherings, &
shop for groceries less in-store due to the pandemic.
Instead, consumers are
cooking more,
baking more, &
shopping for groceries online.

In fact,

Over 87% of Canadians plan to cook or bake at home this year.

Tis' the Season of Baking: 67% of Canadians

are planning on doing some form of baking over the holidays.

Q: Are you, or someone in your household, planning to bake during the holidays?

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But how are Canadians feeling about the holiday season? Anxious? Excited? Nervous?


Holiday cheer is strongest among the youngsters as
Gen Z are 15% more excited for the holidays compared to Baby Boomers,
with 24% vs. 9% respectively.

*Disclaimer: all data presented is owned by Caddleand has a Margin of Error of 1% or lower. 


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