One of the favorite things is planning a vacation and taking day off. Nothing is better than a well-formatted calendar with flight info and dinner reservations. But first you need to know when exactly to do it. Here is a list of the 2019 public holidays in Canada and Quebec.
on those days most of government offices, businesses, shops and banks will be closed on.
From coast to coast, Canadians eagerly anticipate these special days, which not only provide a welcome break from the routine but also serve as a time for reflection, unity, and festivity,
|Tuesday||January 1||New Year’s Day||National|
|Friday||April 19||Good Friday||National|
|Monday||April 22||Easter Monday||National|
|Monday||May 20||Victoria Day/National Patriots Day||National|
|Monday||June 24||Quebec national Holiday||Quebec only|
|Monday||July 1||Canada Day||National|
|Monday||August 5||British Columbia Day||British Columbia only|
|Monday||August 5||Heritage Day – Alberta||Alberta only|
|Monday||September 2||Labor Day||National|
|Monday||October 14||Thanksgiving Day||National|
|Monday||November 11||Remembrance Day||National|
|Thursday||December 26||Boxing Day||National|
In Canada, public holidays are more than just dates on a calendar; they are threads that weave the rich tapestry of the country. Each event brings people together, creating unity in diversity and enhancing Canadian identity. Canadians commemorate their heritage, express thanks, and embrace the ideals of compassion, inclusivity, and belonging via these holidays, making each public holiday a monument to the peaceful spirit of this wide and friendly country.