Tagged: Canadian Public Holidays

National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

Every Year September 30th will mark as National Day for Truth and Reconciliation — an annual commemoration honoring the children who died while attending residential schools and the survivors, families, and communities still affected...

Canadian Statutory Holidays

Canadian Statutory Holidays

A statutory holiday (also known as “general” or “public” holiday) in Canada is legislated either through the federal, provincial, or territorial governments. Most workers, public or private, are entitled to take the day off...

Family Day publicholidays.ca

Family Day 

Family Day is celebrated on the third Monday in February in most Canadian provinces. It is a provincial statutory holiday in Alberta, British Columbia, Ontario, New Brunswick, and Saskatchewan. The third Monday of February...

Civic Holiday Canada

Civic Holiday

In Canada, there are two definitions to the term Civic holiday. By law, a civic holiday is defined as any holiday which is legally recognized, but where the employer is not obliged to offer...