General objective of this lecture is to present on Christmas Tradition in Canada. During the twelve days of Christmas small groups of belsnicklers, or masked mummers, appear in neighborhoods, ringing bells, making noise, seeking candy or other treats. Hosts may try to guess who the mummers are and if they guess right the mummer removes his or her disguise and stops making rude noises and actions. After attending midnight mass, families serve pork pies. In Quebec they display Crèches or nativity scenes in their homes as the Christmas decoration.