Northwest Territories Statutory Holidays

Check the 2014 Statutory Holidays in Northwest Territories. Check the 2014 dates for Good Friday, Victoria Day, National Aboriginal Day, First Monday in August, Thanksgiving Day in Northwest Territories.

Northwest Territories Public Holidays 2014
DateWeek DayHoliday
January – 01Wednesday
New Year’s Day
April – 18Friday
Good Friday
May – 19Monday
Victoria Day
June – 21Saturday
National Aboriginal Day
July – 01Tuesday
Canada Day
August – 04Monday
First Monday in August / Civic Holiday
September – 01Monday
Labour Day
October – 13Monday
Thanksgiving Day
November – 11Tuesday
Remembrance Day
December – 25Thursday
Christmas Day
Other Holidays in Northwest Territories
DateWeek DayHoliday
April – 21Monday
Easter Monday
July – 09Wednesday
Nunavut Day
December – 26Friday
Boxing Day
  • Nunavut Day – Nunavut Day, which is annually celebrated on July 9, commemorates passing of two Nunavut acts. The Parliament of Canada passed the Nunavut Act, establishing the territory of Nunavut.
  • 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, though it is only officially known by that term by the governments of Nunavut, the Northwest Territories
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