New Brunswick Statutory Holidays 2014Check the 2014 Statutory and Public Holidays in New Brunswick. Check the 2014 dates for Good Friday, Easter Monday, New Brunswick Day, Remembrance Day, Boxing Day in New Brunswick.

New Brunswick Statutory Holidays 2014
DateWeek DayHoliday
January – 01Wednesday
New Year’s Day
April – 18Friday
Good Friday
April – 21Monday
Easter Monday
July – 01Tuesday
Canada Day
August – 04Monday
New Brunswick Day / Civic Holiday
September – 01Monday
Labour Day
November – 11Tuesday
Remembrance Day
December – 25Thursday
Christmas Day
December – 26Friday
Boxing Day
New Brunswick Public Holidays 2014
DateWeek DayHoliday
January – 01Wednesday
New Year’s Day
April – 18Friday
Good Friday
July – 01Tuesday
Canada Day
August – 04Monday
New Brunswick Day / Civic Holiday
September – 01Monday
Labour Day
November – 11Tuesday
Remembrance Day
December – 25Thursday
Christmas Day

Note:

Employees should receive the following days off surrounding Christmas without loss of pay:

  • when Christmas Day is a Monday, the 25th and 26th days of December, or
  • when Christmas Day is a Tuesday, the 24th, 25th and 26th days of December, or
  • when Christmas Day is a Wednesday or Thursday, the afternoon of the 24th as well as the 25th and 26th Days of December, or
  • when Christmas Day is a Friday, a Saturday or a Sunday, the 24th to 27th days of December inclusive.
Other Holidays 2014 in New Brunswick
DateWeek DayHoliday
February – 10Monday
Family Day
May – 19Monday
Victoria Day
August – 4Monday
Civic Holiday
August – 15Friday
National Acadian Day
Civic Holiday – Civic Holiday is the most widely used name for a public holiday celebrated in most of Canada on the first Monday in August.
Family Day – It is much like Mothers Day or Father’s Day is a non-paid holiday established as a separate day to appreciate family members by spending time with them.
National Acadian Day – The National Acadian Day is observed in Canada each year on August 15, celebrating the Assumption of Mary. It was during the first National Convention of the Acadians held at Memramcook, New Brunswick, in 1881 that the Acadian leaders received the mandate to set the date of this celebration.
Victoria Day – Victoria Day is a federal Canadian public holiday celebrated on the last Monday before May 25, in honour of Queen Victoria’s birthday.