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Check the complete list of 2015 Canada Federal Statutory holidays along with Provincial and territorial holidays. Get nationwide, provincial and optional stat holidays for Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Saskatchewan and Yukon.

2015 Statutory Holidays in Canada

Public holidays in Canada are set at the national level countrywide as well as by each of the 10 provinces and three territories. Public holidays in Canada known as "statutory holidays," "stats" or "stat holidays" are legislated at the national, provincial and territorial levels. Many of these holidays are observed nationwide, but each province and territory has its own holidays as well.
  • Nationwide statutory holidays in Canada

    • New Year's Day - January 1, Thursday
    • Good Friday - April 3, Friday
    • Canada Day - July 1, Wednesday
    • Labour Day - September 7, Monday
    • Christmas Day - December 25, Friday
  • Statutory holidays for federal employees

    In addition to the nationwide holidays listed above, the following holidays are mandated by federal legislation for federally regulated employees. All banks commemorate these holidays, and they are statutory in some provinces and territories.
    • Easter Monday - April 6, Monday
    • Victoria Day - May 18, Monday
    • Thanksgiving - October 12, Monday
    • Remembrance Day - November 11, Wednesday
    • Boxing Day - December 26, Saturday
  • Other common statutory holidays

    Family Day, August Civic Holiday

May Long Weekend in 2015

May Long Weekend comes with the Victoria Day holidays.
In 2015, Victoria Day comes on May 18.
So the May Long Weekend falls on 16,17 and 18 May.

August Civic Holiday in 2015

Civic Holiday is a generic name referring to the annual holiday on the first Monday of August.
This holiday is commonly referred to as "August Long Weekend"
In 2015, August Civic Holiday comes on August 3th.
So the August Long Weekend comes on 1, 2 and 3 August.
* When a holiday falls on a Saturday or Sunday, it may be applied to the next business day.

2015 Canadian Holidays List

Date Week Day Holiday Applies To
January - 1 Thursday New Year's Day National
February - 9 Monday Family Day BC
February - 16 Monday Family Day AB, SK, ON
Louis Riel Day MB
Islander Day PEI
Viola Desmond Day NS
February - 20 Friday Heritage Day YT
March - 16 Monday St. Patrick's Day NL
April - 3 Friday Good Friday National
April - 6 Monday Easter Monday AB,ON,PE,QC,YT
May - 18 Monday Victoria Day AB, BC, MB, NT, NU, ON, PE, QC, SK, YT
June - 21 Sunday National Aboriginal Day NT
June - 22 Monday Discovery Day NL
June - 24 Wednesday National Holiday of Quebec QC
July - 1 Wednesday Canada Day National
July - 13 Monday Orangeman's Day NL
August - 3 Monday Civic Holiday / Heritage Day AB, BC, SK, ON, MB, NU
August - 17 Monday Discovery Day YT
August - 21 Friday Gold Cup Parade Day PEI
September - 7 Monday Labour Day National
October - 12 Monday Thanksgiving Day National
November - 11 Wednesday Remembrance Day AB, BC, MB, NB, NL, NS, NT, NU, ON, PE,SK, YT
December - 25 Friday Christmas Day National
December - 26 Saturday Boxing Day AB, NB, NL, NS, ON, PE, YT

2015 Provincial Holidays in Canada

Canada Holidays 2015
The common national statutory holidays are as below :
  • National Statutory holidays : New Years Day - January 1 | Good Friday - April 18 | Canada Day - July 1 | Labour Day - September 1 | Christmas Day - December 25
Here is the list of provincial and territorial statutory holidays for 2015 :
  • Alberta

    5 nationwide statutory holidays, 4 provincial holidays as well as 3 optional holidays as :
    • Provincial statutory : Alberta Family Day - February 17 | Victoria Day - May 19 | Thanksgiving - October 13 | Remembrance Day - November 11
    • Optional : Easter Monday - April 21 | Heritage Day - August 4 | Boxing Day - December 26
  • British Columbia

    5 nationwide and 5 provincial statutory holidays as :
    • Provincial statutory : Family Day - February 10 | Victoria Day - May 19 | British Columbia Day - August 4 | Thanksgiving - October 13 | Remembrance Day - November 11
  • Manitoba

    5 nationwide and 3 provincial statutory holidays, as well as 2 optional holidays as :
    • Provincial statutory : Louis Riel Day - February 17 | Victoria Day - May 19 | Thanksgiving - October 13
    • Optional : Civic Holiday - August 4 | Remembrance Day - November 11
  • Newfoundland and Labrador

    5 nationwide and 1 provincial statutory holidays, as well as 2 optional holidays as :
    • Provincial statutory : Memorial Day- July 1 | Armistice Day - November 11
    • Optional : Saint Patrick's Day - March 17 | Saint George's Day - April 23 | Discovery Day - June 24 | Orangemen's Day - July 12
  • Northwest Territories

    5 nationwide holidays and 5 territorial statutory holidays as :
    • Provincial statutory : Victoria Day - May 19 | National Aboriginal Day - June 21 | Civic Holiday - August 4 | Thanksgiving - October 13 | Remembrance Day - November 11
  • Nova Scotia

    5 nationwide holidays plus Remembrance Day as :
    • Provincial statutory : Remembrance Day - November 11
    • Optional : Natal Day - August 4
  • Nunavut

    5 nationwide and 1 provincial statutory holidays, as well as 2 optional holidays as :
    • Provincial statutory : Victoria Day - May 19 | Civic Holiday - August 4 | Thanksgiving - October 13 | Remembrance Day - November 11
    • Optional : Nunavut Day - July 9
  • Ontario

    5 nationwide and 4 provincial statutory holidays plus one common municipal holiday as :
    • Provincial statutory : Family Day - February 17 | Victoria Day - May 19 | Thanksgiving - October 13 | Boxing Day - December 26
    • Optional : August Civic Public Holiday - August 4 | Remembrance Day - November 11
  • Prince Edward Island

    5 nationwide and 7 provincial statutory holidays as :
    • Provincial statutory : Islander Day - February 17 | Easter Monday - April 21 | Victoria Day - May 19 | August Civic Holiday - August 4 | Thanksgiving - October 13 | Remembrance Day - November 11 | Boxing Day - December 26
  • Quebec

    5 nationwide and 3 provincial statutory holidays as :
    • Provincial statutory : National Patriots' Day - May 19 | National Holiday of Quebec - June 24 | Thanksgiving - October 13
  • Saskatchewan

    5 nationwide and 5 provincial statutory holidays as :
    • Provincial statutory : Family Day - February 17 | Victoria Day - May 19 | Saskatchewan Day - August 4 | Thanksgiving - October 13 | Remembrance Day - November 11
  • Yukon

    5 nationwide and 4 territorial statutory holidays as :
    • Provincial statutory : Victoria Day - May 19 | Discovery Day - August 18 | Thanksgiving - October 13 | Remembrance Day - November 11
    • Optional : Heritage Day - February 11

Holidays in Canada

New Year's Day New Year's Day is the first day of the new year. On the modern Gregorian calendar, it is celebrated on January 1. Almost all countries use the Gregorian calendar as their main calendar.

Family Day
In most of Canada, Family Day is a statutory holiday occurring on the third Monday in February. In the provinces of Manitoba and Prince Edward Island, the statutory holiday on this date is instead termed Louis Riel Day and Islander Day, respectively. This holiday celebrates the importance of families and family life to people and their communities.

Good Friday
Good Friday, also known as Holy Friday, Black Friday, Great Friday, is a religious holiday observed primarily by Christians commemorating the crucifixion of Jesus Christ and his death at Calvary. The holiday is observed during Holy Week as part of the Paschal Triduum on the Friday preceding Easter Sunday.

Easter Monday Easter Monday is the day after Easter Sunday and is celebrated as a holiday in some largely Christian cultures, especially Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox cultures. Easter Monday in the Roman Catholic liturgical calendar is the second day of the octave of Easter Week.

Victoria Day Victoria Day is a federal Canadian statutory holiday celebrated on the first Monday on or before May 24, in honour of both Queen Victoria's birthday and the current reigning Canadian sovereign's official birthday.
Victoria Day is always on a Monday, and thus the holiday is part of a long weekend, which is commonly referred to as the Victoria Day Weekend, the May Long Weekend, the May Long, or the May Two-Four (a case of beer there is called a "two-four" and many of these are consumed over the holiday). The weekend is also called the May 24th weekend, although it does not necessarily fall on May 24th.

Canada Day
Canada Day , formerly Dominion Day , is Canada's national day, a federal statutory holiday celebrating the anniversary of the July 1, 1867, enactment of the British North America Act (today called the Constitution Act, 1867), which united two British colonies and a province of the British Empire into a single country, still within the Empire, called Canada. Canada Day observances take place throughout Canada as well as internationally.

August Civic Holiday
Civic Holiday is the most widely used name for a public holiday celebrated in parts of Canada on the first Monday in August. The holiday is known by a variety of names in different provinces and municipalities, including British Columbia Day in British Columbia, New Brunswick Day in New Brunswick, and Saskatchewan Day in Saskatchewan.

Labour Day Labour Day or Labor Day is an annual holiday to celebrate the economic and social achievements of workers. Labour Day has been celebrated on the first Monday in September in Canada since the 1880s.

Thanksgiving Day In Canada Thanksgiving occurs on the second Monday in October and is an annual Canadian holiday to give thanks at the close of the harvest season. On January 31, 1957, the Canadian Parliament proclaimed: “ A Day of General Thanksgiving to Almighty God for the bountiful harvest with which Canada has been blessed … to be observed on the 2nd Monday in October.":

Remembrance Day Remembrance Day – also known as Poppy Day, Armistice Day (the event it commemorates) or Veterans Day – is a Commonwealth holiday to commemorate the sacrifices of members of the armed forces and of civilians in times of war, specifically since the First World War. It is observed on 11 November to recall the end of World War I on that date in 1918 .

Christmas Christmas or Christmas Day is a holiday observed mostly on December 25 to commemorate the birth of Jesus.

Boxing Day Boxing Day is a bank and public holiday commonly occurring on 26 December. In Canada Boxing Day is primarily known as a shopping holiday. Canada's Boxing Day has often been compared with the American Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving.

Alberta Statutory Holidays 2015

Check 2015 Public (Statutory) holidays in Alberta.
There are 5 nationwide statutory holidays observed in Alberta as New Year's Day, Good Friday, Canada Day, Labour Day and Christmas. Also 5 provincial statutory holidays as Alberta Family Day, Victoria Day, Heritage Day, Thanksgiving Day and Remembrance Day. There are 2 optional holidays in 2015 as Easter Monday and Boxing Day.

Date Week Day Holiday Type
January - 1 Thursday New Year's Day National
February - 16 Monday Alberta Family Day Provincial
April - 3 Friday Good Friday National
April - 6 Monday Easter Monday Optional
May - 18 Monday Victoria Day Provincial
July - 1 Wednesday Canada Day National
August - 3 Monday Heritage Day Provincial
September - 7 Monday Labour Day National
October - 12 Monday Thanksgiving Day Provincial
November - 11 Wednesday Remembrance Day Provincial
December - 25 Friday Christmas Day National
December - 26 Saturday Boxing Day Optional

British Columbia Statutory Holidays 2015

Check 2015 Public (Statutory) holidays in British Columbia.
There are 5 nationwide statutory holidays observed in British Columbia as New Year's Day, Good Friday, Canada Day, Labour Day and Christmas. Also 5 provincial statutory holidays as Family Day, Victoria Day , British Columbia Day , Thanksgiving Day and Remembrance Day.

Date Week Day Holiday Type
January - 1 Thursday New Year's Day National
February - 9 Monday Family Day Provincial
April - 3 Friday Good Friday National
May - 18 Monday Victoria Day Provincial
July - 1 Wednesday Canada Day National
August - 3 Monday British Columbia Day Provincial
September - 7 Monday Labour Day National
October - 12 Monday Thanksgiving Day Provincial
November - 11 Wednesday Remembrance Day Provincial
December - 25 Friday Christmas Day National

Manitoba Statutory Holidays 2015

Check 2015 Public (Statutory) holidays in Manitoba.
There are 5 nationwide statutory holidays observed in Manitoba as New Year's Day, Good Friday, Canada Day, Labour Day and Christmas. Also 3 provincial statutory holidays as Louis Riel Day, Victoria Day and Thanksgiving Day. There is one optional holiday in 2015 as Remembrance Day.

Date Week Day Holiday Type
January - 1 Thursday New Year's Day National
February - 16 Monday Louis Riel Day Provincial
April - 3 Friday Good Friday National
May - 18 Monday Victoria Day Provincial
July - 1 Wednesday Canada Day National
September - 7 Monday Labour Day National
October - 12 Monday Thanksgiving Day Provincial
November - 11 Wednesday Remembrance Day Optional
December - 25 Friday Christmas Day National

New Brunswick Statutory Holidays 2015

Check 2015 Public (Statutory) holidays in New Brunswick.
There are 5 nationwide statutory holidays observed in New Brunswick as New Year's Day, Good Friday, Canada Day, Labour Day and Christmas. Also 2 provincial statutory holidays as New Brunswick Day and Remembrance Day. There are 3 optional holidays in 2015 as Victoria Day, Thanksgiving Day and Boxing Day.

Date Week Day Holiday Type
January - 1 Thursday New Year's Day National
April - 3 Friday Good Friday National
May - 18 Monday Victoria Day Optional
July - 1 Wednesday Canada Day National
August - 3 Monday New Brunswick Day Provincial
September - 7 Monday Labour Day National
October - 12 Monday Thanksgiving Day Optional
November - 11 Wednesday Remembrance Day Provincial
December - 25 Friday Christmas Day National
December - 26 Saturday Boxing Day Optional

Newfoundland and Labrador Statutory Holidays 2015

Check 2015 Public (Statutory) holidays in Newfoundland and Labrador.
There are 4 nationwide statutory holidays observed in Newfoundland and Labrador as New Year's Day, Good Friday, Labour Day and Christmas. Also 2 provincial statutory holidays as Memorial Day and Armistice Day. There are 7 optional holidays in 2015 as St. Patrick’s Day, St. George’s Day, Victoria Day, Discovery Day , Orangeman’s Day , Thanksgiving Day and Boxing Day.

Date Week Day Holiday Type
January - 1 Thursday New Year's Day National
Mar - 16 Monday St. Patrick’s Day Optional
April - 3 Friday Good Friday National
April - 20 Monday St. George’s Day Optional
May - 18 Monday Victoria Day Optional
June - 22 Monday Discovery Day Optional
July - 1 Wednesday Memorial Day Provincial
July - 13 Monday Orangeman’s Day Optional
September - 7 Monday Labour Day National
October - 12 Monday Thanksgiving Day Optional
November - 11 Wednesday Armistice Day Provincial
December - 25 Friday Christmas Day National
December - 26 Saturday Boxing Day Optional

Northwest Territories Statutory Holidays 2015

Check 2015 Public (Statutory) holidays in Northwest Territories.
There are 5 nationwide statutory holidays observed in Northwest Territories as New Year's Day, Good Friday, Canada Day, Labour Day and Christmas. There are 5 territorial statutory holidays in 2015 as Victoria Day, National Aboriginal Day Civic Holiday, Thanksgiving Day and Remembrance Day .

Date Week Day Holiday Type
January - 1 Thursday New Year's Day National
April - 3 Friday Good Friday National
May - 18 Monday Victoria Day Provincial
June - 21 Sunday National Aboriginal Day Provincial
July - 1 Wednesday Canada Day National
August - 3 Monday Civic Holiday Provincial
September - 7 Monday Labour Day National
October - 12 Monday Thanksgiving Day Provincial
November - 11 Wednesday Remembrance Day Provincial
December - 25 Friday Christmas Day National

Nova Scotia Statutory Holidays 2015

Check 2015 Public (Statutory) holidays in Nova Scotia.
There are 5 nationwide statutory holidays observed in Nova Scotia as New Year's Day, Good Friday, Canada Day, Labour Day and Christmas. There are 4 optional holidays in 2015 as Easter Sunday, Thanksgiving Day, Remembrance Day and Boxing Day.

Date Week Day Holiday Type
January - 1 Thursday New Year's Day National
April - 3 Friday Good Friday National
April - 5 Sunday Easter Sunday Optional
July - 1 Wednesday Canada Day National
September - 7 Monday Labour Day National
October - 12 Monday Thanksgiving Day Optional
November - 11 Wednesday Remembrance Day Optional
December - 25 Friday Christmas Day National
December - 26 Saturday Boxing Day Optional

Nunavut Statutory Holidays 2015

Check 2015 Public (Statutory) holidays in Nunavut.
There are 5 nationwide statutory holidays observed in Nunavut as New Year's Day, Good Friday, Canada Day, Labour Day and Christmas. Also 4 provincial statutory holidays as Victoria Day , Civic Holiday, Thanksgiving Dayand Remembrance Day. There is 1 optional holiday in 2015 as Nunavut Day.

Date Week Day Holiday Type
January - 1 Thursday New Year's Day National
April - 3 Friday Good Friday National
May - 18 Monday Victoria Day Provincial
July - 1 Wednesday Canada Day National
July - 9 Thursday Nunavut Day Optional
August - 3 Monday Civic Holiday Provincial
September - 7 Monday Labour Day National
October - 12 Monday Thanksgiving Day Provincial
November - 11 Wednesday Remembrance Day Provincial
December - 25 Friday Christmas Day National

Ontario Statutory Holidays 2015

Check 2015 Public (Statutory) holidays in Ontario.
There are 5 nationwide statutory holidays observed in Ontario as New Year's Day, Good Friday, Canada Day, Labour Day and Christmas. Also 4 provincial statutory holidays as Family Day, Victoria Day, Thanksgiving Day and Boxing Day. There is 3 optional holidays in 2015 as Easter Monday, Civic Holiday and Remembrance Day.

Date Week Day Holiday Type
January - 1 Thursday New Year's Day National
January - 1 Thursday New Year's Day National
February - 16 Monday Family Day Provincial
April - 3 Friday Good Friday National
April - 6 Monday Easter Monday Optional
May - 18 Monday Victoria Day Provincial
July - 1 Wednesday Canada Day National
August - 3 Monday Civic Holiday (Simcoe Day) Optional
September - 7 Monday Labour Day National
October - 12 Monday Thanksgiving Day Provincial
November - 11 Wednesday Remembrance Day Optional
December - 25 Friday Christmas Day National
December - 26 Saturday Boxing Day Provincial

Prince Edward Island Statutory Holidays 2015

Check 2015 Public (Statutory) holidays in Prince Edward Island.
There are 5 nationwide statutory holidays observed in Prince Edward Island as New Year's Day, Good Friday, Canada Day, Labour Day and Christmas. Also 7 provincial statutory holidays as Islander Day, Easter Monday, Victoria Day, Civic Holiday, Thanksgiving Day, Remembrance Day and Boxing Day. There is 1 optional holiday in 2015 as Gold Cup Parade Day.

Date Week Day Holiday Type
January - 1 Thursday New Year's Day National
February - 16 Monday Islander Day Provincial
April - 3 Friday Good Friday National
April - 6 Monday Easter Monday Provincial
May - 18 Monday Victoria Day Provincial
July - 1 Wednesday Canada Day National
August - 3 Monday Civic Holiday Provincial
August - 21 Friday Gold Cup Parade Day Optional
September - 7 Monday Labour Day National
October - 12 Monday Thanksgiving Day Provincial
November - 11 Wednesday Remembrance Day Provincial
December - 25 Friday Christmas Day National
December - 26 Saturday Boxing Day Provincial

Quebec Statutory Holidays 2015

Check 2015 Public (Statutory) holidays in Quebec.
There are 5 nationwide statutory holidays observed in Quebec as New Year's Day, Good Friday, Canada Day, Labour Day and Christmas. Also 4 provincial statutory holidays as Easter Monday, National Patriots’ Day, National Holiday of Quebec and Thanksgiving Day.

Date Week Day Holiday Type
January - 1 Thursday New Year's Day National
April - 3 Friday Good Friday National
April - 6 Monday Easter Monday Lundi de Pâques #Optional# Easter Monday Provincial
May - 18 Monday National Patriots’ Day Provincial
June - 24 Wednesday National Holiday of Quebec Provincial
July - 1 Wednesday Canada Day National
September - 7 Monday Labour Day National
October - 12 Monday Thanksgiving Day Provincial
December - 25 Friday Christmas Day National

Saskatchewan Statutory Holidays 2015

Check 2015 Public (Statutory) holidays in Saskatchewan.
There are 5 nationwide statutory holidays observed in Saskatchewan as New Year's Day, Good Friday, Canada Day, Labour Day and Christmas. Also 5 provincial statutory holidays as Family Day, Victoria Day, Saskatchewan Day, Thanksgiving Day and Remembrance Day.

Date Week Day Holiday Type
January - 1 Thursday New Year's Day National
February - 16 Monday Family Day Provincial
April - 3 Friday Good Friday National
May - 18 Monday Victoria Day Provincial
July - 1 Wednesday Canada Day National
August - 3 Monday Saskatchewan Day Provincial
September - 7 Monday Labour Day National
October - 12 Monday Thanksgiving Day Provincial
November - 11 Wednesday Remembrance Day Provincial
December - 25 Friday Christmas Day National

Yukon Statutory Holidays 2015

Check 2015 Public (Statutory) holidays in Yukon.
There are 5 nationwide statutory holidays observed in Yukon as New Year's Day, Good Friday, Canada Day, Labour Day and Christmas. Also 4 territorial statutory holidays as Victoria Day, Discovery Day, Thanksgiving Day and Remembrance Day. There is 3 optional holiday in 2015 as Heritage Day, Easter Monday and Boxing Day.

Date Week Day Holiday Type
January - 1 Thursday New Year's Day National
February - 20 Friday Heritage Day Optional
April - 3 Friday Good Friday National
April - 6 Monday Easter Monday Optional
May - 18 Monday Victoria Day Provincial
July - 1 Wednesday Canada Day National
August - 17 Monday Discovery Day Provincial
September - 7 Monday Labour Day National
October - 12 Monday Thanksgiving Day Provincial
November - 11 Wednesday Remembrance Day Provincial
December - 25 Friday Christmas Day National
December - 26 Saturday Boxing Day Optional

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