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Use this calendar to plan for provincial and national holidays.

Statutory Holidays

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  • Jan
    01
    New Year's Day
    The first day of the year on the modern Gregorian and Julian calendars is a general holiday in Alberta.

  • Feb
    16
    Alberta Family Day
    Family Day is celebrated on the third Monday of every February.

  • Apr
    03
    Good Friday
    Good Friday (the Friday before Easter Sunday) is a federal statutory holiday across Canada.

  • Apr
    06
    Easter Monday
    The day after Easter Sunday is a statutory holiday for government employees, and an optional holiday for others.

  • May
    18
    Victoria Day
    Canada's statutory holiday recognizing Queen Victoria's birthday falls on the Monday preceding May 25.

  • Jul
    01
    Canada Day
    A country-wide holiday celebrating July 1, 1867, the day Canada officially became a nation with its own constitution.

  • Aug
    03
    Heritage Day
    Celebrated on the first Monday in August, this optional holiday recognizes our province's rich heritage and cultural diversity.

  • Sep
    07
    Labour Day
    A federal statutory holiday held on the first Monday of every September.

  • Oct
    12
    Thanksgiving
    A federal holiday celebrated on the second Monday of every October.

  • Nov
    11
    Remembrance Day
    A federal statutory holiday for Canadians to commemorate the sacrifices made by members of our armed forces (soldiers, sailors and airmen).

  • Dec
    25
    Christmas Day
    Christmas day is a federal statutory holiday in every province and territory.

  • Dec
    26
    Boxing Day
    Boxing Day, the day after Christmas, is an optional holiday for businesses in Alberta.

  • Jan
    01
    New Year's Day
    The first day of the year on the modern Gregorian and Julian calendars is a general holiday in Alberta.

  • Feb
    15
    Alberta Family Day
    Family Day is celebrated on the third Monday of every February.

  • Mar
    25
    Good Friday
    Good Friday (the Friday before Easter Sunday) is a federal statutory holiday across Canada.

  • Mar
    28
    Easter Monday
    The day after Easter Sunday is a statutory holiday for government employees, and an optional holiday for others.

  • May
    23
    Victoria Day
    Canada's statutory holiday recognizing Queen Victoria's birthday falls on the Monday preceding May 25.

  • Jul
    01
    Canada Day
    A country-wide holiday celebrating July 1, 1867, the day Canada officially became a nation with its own constitution.

  • Aug
    01
    Heritage Day
    Celebrated on the first Monday in August, this optional holiday recognizes our province's rich heritage and cultural diversity.

  • Sep
    05
    Labour Day
    A federal statutory holiday held on the first Monday of every September.

  • Oct
    10
    Thanksgiving
    A federal holiday celebrated on the second Monday of every October.

  • Nov
    11
    Remembrance Day
    A federal statutory holiday for Canadians to commemorate the sacrifices made by members of our armed forces (soldiers, sailors and airmen).

  • Dec
    25
    Christmas Day
    Christmas day is a federal statutory holiday in every province and territory.

  • Dec
    26
    Boxing Day
    Boxing Day, the day after Christmas, is an optional holiday for businesses in Alberta.

  • Jan
    01
    New Year's Day
    The first day of the year on the modern Gregorian and Julian calendars is a general holiday in Alberta.

  • Feb
    20
    Alberta Family Day
    Family Day is celebrated on the third Monday of every February.

  • Apr
    14
    Good Friday
    Good Friday (the Friday before Easter Sunday) is a federal statutory holiday across Canada.

  • Apr
    17
    Easter Monday
    The day after Easter Sunday is a statutory holiday for government employees, and an optional holiday for others.

  • May
    22
    Victoria Day
    Canada's statutory holiday recognizing Queen Victoria's birthday falls on the Monday preceding May 25.

  • Jul
    01
    Canada Day
    A country-wide holiday celebrating July 1, 1867, the day Canada officially became a nation with its own constitution.

  • Aug
    07
    Heritage Day
    Celebrated on the first Monday in August, this optional holiday recognizes our province's rich heritage and cultural diversity.

  • Sep
    04
    Labour Day
    A federal statutory holiday held on the first Monday of every September.

  • Oct
    09
    Thanksgiving
    A federal holiday celebrated on the second Monday of every October.

  • Nov
    11
    Remembrance Day
    A federal statutory holiday for Canadians to commemorate the sacrifices made by members of our armed forces (soldiers, sailors and airmen).

  • Dec
    25
    Christmas Day
    Christmas day is a federal statutory holiday in every province and territory.

  • Dec
    26
    Boxing Day
    Boxing Day, the day after Christmas, is an optional holiday for businesses in Alberta.