Check 2023 Statutory Holidays in New Brunswick, Canada. There are 11 stat holidays in New Brunswick as New Year’s Day, Family Day, Good Friday, Canada Day, New Brunswick Day, Labor Day, Remembrance Day, Christmas, Boxing Day.
New Brunswick Statutory Holidays 2023
|January – 1||Sunday||New Year’s Day|
|February – 20||Monday||Family Day|
|April – 7||Friday||Good Friday|
|May – 22||Monday||Victoria Day|
|July – 1||Saturday||Canada Day|
|August – 7||Monday||New Brunswick Day (Civic Holiday)|
|September – 4||Monday||Labour Day|
|October – 9||Monday||Thanksgiving Day|
|November – 11||Saturday||Remembrance Day|
|December – 25||Monday||Christmas|
|December – 26||Tuesday||Boxing Day|
Special Rules for Public Holidays in New Brunswick
- Prescribed days of rest – are New Year’s Day, Family Day, Good Friday, Victoria Day, Canada Day, New Brunswick Day, Labour Day, Thanksgiving Day, Remembrance Day, Christmas Day and Boxing Day.
- Paid public holidays – are eight in total: New Year’s Day, Family Day, Good Friday, Canada Day, New Brunswick Day, Labour Day, Remembrance Day and Christmas Day.
- When July 1 is a Sunday, July 2 is a legal holiday and shall be kept and observed as such throughout Canada under the name of “Canada Day”.
- When the holiday falls on a non-working day or during an employee’s vacation, the employee who qualifies must receive another working day off with pay in lieu of the holiday, or if
the employee agrees, a regular day’s pay for that day.