Canada is comprised of ten provinces and three territories. There are only four key national holidays observed by all regions.
Using the table below you can see which is the main city in each province or territory and click the region or city name to see the public holidays observed in that region or city.
|Alberta||Calgary||Alberta was named after Princess Louise Caroline Alberta, fourth daughter of Queen Victoria|
|British Columbia||Vancouver||British Columbia is the westernmost of Canada's 10 provinces.|
|Manitoba||Winnipeg||Winnipeg is the capital and the largest city, accounting for over half of the province's population in its metropolitan area|
|New Brunswick||Fredericton||New Brunswick is Canada's only officially bilingual province|
|Newfoundland and Labrador||St. John's|
|Nova Scotia||Halifax||Located almost exactly halfway between the Equator and the North Pole|
|Nunavut||Iqaluit||Canada's newest territory, created on 1 April 1999|
|Ontario||Toronto||Home to Canada's capital city, Ottawa, and the populous city, Toronto|
|Prince Edward Island||Charlottetown||The island was named Prince Edward in 1799 in honour of Queen Victoria's father - Edward, Duke of Kent|
|Quebec||Montreal||Quebec is Canada's largest province by area|
|Saskatchewan||Saskatoon||Saskatchewan is the only Canadian province with entirely man-made boundaries|
|Yukon||Whitehorse||Whitehorse is the territorial capital and Yukon's only city|
About Public Holidays in Canada
- In Canada, public holidays are known as statutory holidays