In an year there are ten Canadian holidays, but each province and territory also has its separate public holidays. Based on the local and national festivals of the country the list of holidays in Canada are mentioned.
Holidays in Canada are New Year's Day, Good Friday, Canada Day, Labour Day and Christmas Day - these days are celebrated nationwide and are paid day offs for employees. Federally regulated employees also get Easter Monday, Victoria Day, Thanksgiving and Boxing Day.
|New Year's Day||Jan 1||Jan 1||Jan 1||Jan 1||Jan 1|
|Good Friday||Apr 22||Apr 6||Mar 29||Apr 18||Apr 23|
|Easter Monday||Apr 25||Apr 9||Apr 1||Apr 21||Apr 6|
(Monday preceding May 25)
|May 23||May 21||May 20||May 19||May 18|
|Canada Day *||July 1||July 2||July 1||July 1||July 1|
(first Monday of September)
|Sept 5||Sept 3||Sept 2||Sept 1||Sept 7|
(second Monday of October)
|Oct 10||Oct 8||Oct 14||Oct 13||Oct 12|
|Remembrance Day||Nov 11||Nov 11||Nov 11||Nov 11||Nov 11|
|Christmas||Dec 25||Dec 25||Dec 25||Dec 25||Dec 25|
|Boxing Day||Dec 26||Dec 26||Dec 26||Dec 26||Dec 26|