Statutory Holidays Canada 2013. This year, 2013, many Canadian will have such a great time celebrating several public holidays which also known as Statutory Holidays. Being widely celebrated in Canada, Statutory Holidays are perfect time for Canadian to have day-off from work and to have fun with either friends or family. Here are some details about Statutory Holidays 2013 in Canada.
Canada owns a range of public holidays which are celebrated nationwide. Even though not all parts of the country will have special events to celebrate some of the statutory holidays, those holidays still require businesses to provide time off for their employees. Several regions or parts of the country also commonly have their own local holidays while some don’t. In addition, there are also few holidays which are celebrated nationwide though they are not counted as national holidays. Those holidays are Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day and Halloween.
Some of the holidays which are counted as statutory holidays in Canada are New Year’s Day on 1st of January and Islander Day as well as Family Day on 18th of February. Those holidays, especially New Year’s Day, are celebrated by almost all Canadian in every part of the country. On March, there will be two nationwide celebrated statutory holidays in Canada; those are St. Patrick’s Day which fall in March 17 and Good Friday which will be celebrated on March 29 this year.
The following month, April, Canadian will celebrate Easter Monday on 1st of April. Then, it’s followed by Mother’s Day and Vitoria Day; both are held on May. Father’s Day and St. Jean Baptist Day will be awaiting Canadian on June. After that, on July 1, there will be a worth celebrating holiday called Canada Day, where usually be celebrated by running some festivals. On August and September, each will only have one statutory holiday; Civic Holiday on 5th of August and Labor Day on 2nd of September.
The three last months of the year will give Canadian great holidays since there will be great holidays running. On October Canadian will celebrate Thanksgiving Day and also Halloween; both are considered as great holidays since there definitely will be a fabulous events to party it. Then, on November 11, Canadian will have Remembrance Day. The following month, there will be Christmas Day on December 25 and Boxing Day on the following day. The two last mentioned holidays are also regarded as most awaiting holidays in Canada. The reason is, of course, there will be remarkable, wonderful celebrations..