Jubilee Queen Cruises - Public Holidays In Ontario Canada

Public Holidays In Ontario Canada
List of Public Holidays In Ontario to assist in cruise planning & date selection

Ontario Public Holidays (Statutory)

1- New Year's Day - January 1st

2- Family Day - The third Monday in the month of February

3- Good Friday - Friday before Easter (The date of Easter changes every year, see bottom of page)

4- Victoria Day - The Monday prior to May 24th

5- Canada Day - July 1st of every year

6- Labour Day - 1st Monday in the month of September

7- Thanksgiving Day - 2nd Monday in the month of October

8- Christmas Day - December 25th

9- Boxing Day - December 26

General Public Holiday Information

- The first Monday in August is quite often referred to as a Civic Holiday. This Holiday however is not listed by the Ontario government as a statutory holiday and is not listed in the Ontario Employment Standards Act. As such, it appears to be up to the discretion of the employer as to whether or not the employee will get paid if they ask and are given the day off.

- Family Day became a Public Holiday on October 12, 2007 in Ontario

- More information about public holidays in Ontario can be found by visiting the Ontario Government Labour
  website ( Click Here )

Federal Employee Statutory Holidays (In addition to Ontario Public Holidays listed above)

1- Easter Monday

2- Remembrance Day - November 11th

*Please note that some federal government workers with older contracts may not have Family day off.

 Easter Dates (2010 - 2020)

 2010 - Sunday April 04
 2011 - Sunday April 24
 2012 - Sunday April 08
 2013 - Sunday March 31
 2014 - Sunday April 20
 2015 - Sunday April 05
 2016 - Sunday March 27
 2017 - Sunday April 16
 2018 - Sunday April 01
 2019 - Sunday April 21
 2020 - Sunday April 12


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