Canada Public Holidays 2019

Searching for the public holidays in Canada? All public holidays in Canada are treated like Sundays. This means that most of the Canada employees have a day off and all schools are closed on these holidays. If you are planning a trip to Canada and want to know what the national and regional holidays are, check the details in the tables below.

2019

1 January New Year’s Day (New Year’s Day, Jour de l’an)
3 April Good Friday (Good Friday, Vendredi saint)
6 April Easter Monday (Easter Monday, Pâques)
18 May Queen’s Day (Victoria Day, Fête de la Reine)
1 July Canada Day (Canada Day, Fête du Canada)
7 September Labour Day (Labour Day, Fête du Travail)
12 October Thanksgiving (Thanksgiving Day, Action de grâce)
11 November Remembrance Day (Remembrance Day, Jour du souvenir)
25 December Christmas (Christmas, Noël)
26 December Boxing Day (Boxing Day, Lendemain de Noël)
2020

1 January New Year’s Day (New Year’s Day, Jour de l’an)
25 March Good Friday (Good Friday, Vendredi saint)
28 March Easter Monday (Easter Monday, Pâques)
23 May Queen’s Day (Victoria Day, Fête de la Reine)
1 July Canada Day (Canada Day, Fête du Canada)
5 September Labour Day (Labour Day, Fête du Travail)
10 October Thanksgiving (Thanksgiving Day, Action de grâce)
11 November Remembrance Day (Remembrance Day, Jour du souvenir)
25 December Christmas (Christmas, Noël)
26 December Boxing Day (Boxing Day, Lendemain de Noël)
2021

1 January New Year’s Day (New Year’s Day, Jour de l’an)
14 April Good Friday (Good Friday, Vendredi saint)
17 April Easter Monday (Easter Monday, Pâques)
22 May Queen’s Day (Victoria Day, Fête de la Reine)
1 July Canada Day (Canada Day, Fête du Canada)
4 September Labour Day (Labour Day, Fête du Travail)
9 October Thanksgiving (Thanksgiving Day, Action de grâce)
11 November Remembrance Day (Remembrance Day, Jour du souvenir)
25 December Christmas (Christmas, Noël)
26 December Boxing Day (Boxing Day, Lendemain de Noël)