Canada is a very beautiful country with many mountain ranges and forests that are worth visiting. But without proper knowledge of holidays one may not enjoy the various places of visit here. The Canada holiday list 2013 will be a great way to plan a holiday which is provided in detail below:
The first holiday is the New Year’s Eve on the 1st of January. Then February moth has many holidays which apply to some Islands only. The days declared as holiday in February month fall on 11th, 18th and the 22nd for celebration of Family day, Louis Riel day and the Heritage day.
March has one holiday on the 29th which is Good Friday and April also has only one holiday falling on the 1st being Easter Monday. After this comes the holiday in the month of May on the 20th being Victoria Day. The month of June has two holidays on the 21st and the 24th being National Aboriginal Day and St. Jean Baptiste Day.
Similar to the previous month even July has two holidays declared on account of Canada Day and Nunavut day on the 1st and 9th respectively. The 5th day of August is the Civic holiday and the 19th being the discovery day. Unlike other countries which celebrate Labor Day in May month, Canada has its labor day on September 2nd.
October 14th is Thanks giving day and so is November 11th which is a remembrance day. Finally December has two holidays on the 25th and 26th being celebrated as Christmas and Boxing Day respectively.