Easter Sunday, Easter Monday and Boxing Day are not statutory holidays in B.C.
|British Columbia Public Holidays 2022|
|January – 01||Sunday||New Year’s Day|
|February – 21||Monday||Family Day|
|April – 15||Friday||Good Friday|
|May – 23||Monday||Victoria Day|
|July – 01||Friday||Canada Day|
|August – 01||Monday||B.C. Day|
|September – 05||Monday||Labour Day|
|October – 10||Monday||Thanksgiving Day|
|November – 11||Friday||Remembrance Day|
|December – 25||Sunday||Christmas|
Special Rules for Public Holidays in British Columbia –
- Easter Sunday, Easter Monday and Boxing Day are not statutory holidays in British Columbia.
- If the statutory holiday falls on an employee’s day off, the employer is not required to give another day off.
- An employer may for one or more employees at a workplace substitute another day off for a statutory holiday if the employer and the employee or a majority of those employees, as the case may be, agree to the substitution.
- If Employees work on a statutory holiday, they get time-and-a-half plus an average day’s pay.