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| 1 Jan
||New Year's Day
||Celebrates the first day of every year in the Gregorian calendar.
||Good Friday is a religious holiday usually observed by Christians. It is also called Holy Friday, Black Friday, or Great Friday. It is observed to remember the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, his death, and his rising from the dead.
| 2 Apr
||Celebrates the birthday of the reigning Canadian monarch; however, the date does not change with the change of monarch, being instead fixed on the birthday of Queen Victoria, the sovereign at the time of Canadian Confederation and establishment of dominion status in 1867. Some French-Canadians celebrate instead Adam Dollard des Ormeaux a French-Canadian hero from the New France times.
| 1 Jul
||Celebrates Canada's 1867 Confederation and establishment of dominion status.
| 6 Aug
| 3 Sep
||Celebrates economic and social achievements of workers.
| 8 Oct
||A day to give thanks for the things one has at the close of the harvest season
||Celebrates the Nativity of Jesus.
||A holiday with mixed and uncertain origins and definitions.
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