Happy Thanksgiving and Columbus Day!

Thanksgiving BlackBerry
By Kevin Michaluk on 8 Oct 2012 08:57 am EDT
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To all the Canadian CrackBerrys in the house, Happy Thanksgiving! And for everybody in the USA, Happy Columbus Day!

Research In Motion, makers of our beloved BlackBerry, are a truly global organization these days. But at the core, their roots are Canadian and a massive amount of their talent resides in Canada. Waterloo, Ontario is the birthplace and headquarters of RIM. The QNX crew is in Toronto. You have a thousand more RIM peeps working out of RIM's Mississauga offices and the Torch Web browser team is based in Toronto. There are offices beyond that too spread throughout the country.

Team BlackBerry has been heads down working on The Ten these past several months. Hopefully most of the Canadian team slows down for today to enjoy it with friends and family. And while the RIM team gives thanks for everything they have, I'm going to give my thanks for BlackBerry. Thanks for the BlackBerrys we've had throughout the years... and thanks in advance for the BlackBerry devices yet to come... which will be the best BlackBerry phones and tablets yet!

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Happy Thanksgiving and Columbus Day!

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Happy Thanksgiving Canadians!

P.S.- That turkey looks so startled - is it because he is expecting the axe to fall on his neck or because he wished that BB10 QWERTY phone had a trackpad?

Lol, you guys beat me to it.

QNX Software Systems Headquarters:

1001 Farrar Road
Ottawa, Ontario
Canada, K2K 0B3
Tel: +1 613 591-0931
Fax: +1 613 591-3579
Toll Free: 1 800 676-0566 (North America only)

Shame on you Kevin for not knowing where QNX is located haha

Lol "The Ten..." Happy Thanksgiving to all the Canadians out there from a Canadian-American! I'm thankful for CrackBerry and the CB Nation for all the tips, tricks, and news articles!

Happy Canadian Thanksgiving and American Columbus day to all. Haloween is 24 days away lol
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Tablets are incredible

Happy Cabato Day, as John Cabato discovered Newfoundland some 300 years before Columbus discovered America and actually resupplied here
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