All in a Weekend Montreal | Dec 30, 2012 | 12:39

    New Year's Eve traditions from around the world

    What will you be doing on New Year's Eve? Maybe you'll be at a party singing Auld Lang Syne at the stroke of midnight. Or maybe you'll stay home and watch the ball drop in Times Square, or the Bye Bye on Radio-Canada. Whatever you decide to do, you'll probably be marking the coming of the New Year in some way or other. It seems to be a universal urge. We were curious to find out about New Years Eve traditions that come from other parts of the world. Host Elizabeth Robertson called up a few Quebeckers to find out how the New Year is celebrated in Germany, Portugal, Venezuela and Haiti.

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