- "You'll find old friends here, and maybe a new one from a Dear Canada book you haven't read yet. I hope you'll enjoy letting these wonderful girls, and their challenges and triumphs, into your life once again."
- —Dear Canada editor, Introduction
A Christmas to Remember: Tales of Comfort and Joy is the twenty-fifth book in Dear Canada. It is an anthology of eleven short stories focusing on different heroines from the series. The book was first published in October 2009.
Like A Season for Miracles, each story focuses on a main character from Dear Canada during the Christmas season.
- "December 24, 1920
There were big boxes filled with presents. Some tinsel too. We towed the boxes on our toboggan, put them on the porch and skedaddled behind some bushes. We waited until a light went on and then we scurried away before the family could come out. I wish we could have waited a couple minutes more, just to see their faces.
Eleven wonderful stories of memorable Christmases by some of Canada's top children's writers."
"Untangling Christmas" by Jean Little
"An Unexpected Visitor" by Marsha Forchuk Skrypuch
"Something That Matters" by Carol Matas
"These Three Gifts" by Maxine Trottier
Geneviève Aubuchon attends the funeral of the uncle of her adoptive mother Claire Pastorel in December 1760. In his will, he leaves his panis slave, Pìtku, to Mme Claire. Pìtku does not speak and is only able to communicate via sign language with Chegual. Geneviève begins to worry about Pìtku and wonders whether he is happy living with them. Meanwhile, Andrew, Lt Stewart, Chegual, and Pìtku hole up in Andrew's study during the evenings. On New Years Day, they surprise Geneviève and Mme Claire with a crèche that they have secretly been working on. Pìtku then speaks to Geneviève for the first time, saying "Bonne Année".
"When War Hits Home" by Julie Lawson
"Reading Henry" by Sarah Ellis
"The Daft Days of Christmas" by Julie Lawson
"Shirley Goodness" by Perry Nodelman
"A Time to Rebuild" by Maxine Trottier
"Like a Stack of Spoons" by Jean Little
"Singing a Prayer" by Karleen Bradford
- Main article: List of A Christmas to Remember characters