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What is Boxing Day?

Boxing Day, celebrated Dec. 26 in Canada, England, Australia and New Zealand, is a celebration of giving money and other gifts to charitable institutions, the needy and people in service jobs. Typically, people give presents to postal workers or spend the day volunteering. Although the exact origin of the holiday is unknown, various theories exist, all based on the idea of boxes and giving to the less fortunate.

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