What are the statutory holidays in Canada?
Statutory Holiday: New Brunswick: Apr 18: Monday: Easter Monday: Local de facto holiday: Yukon: Apr 18: Monday: Easter Monday: Optional holiday: Alberta: Apr 18: Monday: Easter Monday: Statutory Holiday: NT, NU, QC: Apr 22: Friday: Orthodox Good Friday: Orthodox : Apr 23: Saturday: Last day of Passover: Jewish holiday : Apr 23: Saturday: Orthodox Holy Saturday: Orthodox : Apr 24: Sunday: Orthodox Easter
What are the most important holidays in Canada?
- Groundhog Day - February 2 *
- Valentine's Day - February 14 *
- Mardi Gras (in Canada celebrated only in Quebec City) - February or March *
- St. ...
- April Fool's Day - April 1 *
- Memorial Day (USA) - Last Monday in May
- Remembrance Day (Canada) - November 11
- Veterans Day (USA) - November 11
- Flag Day (USA) - June 14
- Flag Day (Canada) - February 15
What are the national holidays of Canada?
- January 1 (New Year’s Day)
- Good Friday or Easter Monday at the employer’s choice
- Monday preceding May 25 ( National Patriots' Day)
- June 24 ( National Holiday)
- July 1. If this date falls on a Sunday: July 2 ( Canada Day)
- First Monday in September ( Labour Day)
- Second Monday in October ( Thanksgiving)
- December 25 (Christmas Day).
What holidays do Canadians celebrate?
Other special days recognized by the Canadian government
- Sir John A. ...
- National Flag of Canada Day, February 15 (date Canadian flag was adopted in 1965)
- Commonwealth Day, second Monday in March (celebration of Canada's Commonwealth membership)
- National Indigenous Peoples Day, June 21 (celebration of Canada's first peoples and their culture, since 1996, formerly National Aboriginal Day)