Check the 2014 National and Provincial Statutory Holidays in Nova Scotia. Check the 2014 dates for Good Friday, Easter Sunday, Thanksgiving Day, Boxing Day in Nova Scotia.
|2014 Nova Scotia Statutory Holidays|
|January – 01||Wednesday||
New Year’s Day
|April – 18||Friday||
|July – 01||Tuesday||
|September – 01||Monday||
|December – 25||Thursday||
|The Remembrance Day holiday ( November 11, 2014 Tuesday) is governed by the Remembrance Day Act. Some employees may be entitled to a benefit.|
|Non – Statutory Holidays in Nova Scotia|
|Some days are commonly recognized as holidays but are not paid holidays under the Nova Scotia Labour Standards Code. Employers may agree to provide their employees with additional paid holidays and the Labour Standards Division could enforce such an agreement.|
|May – 19||Monday||
|August – 4||Monday||
Natal Day (August holiday)
|October – 13||Monday||
|December – 26||Friday||
- Family Day – In parts of Canada, Family Day is a statutory holiday occurring on a Monday in February
- 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.
- 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.
- Natal Day – People of the Canadian provinces of Nova Scotia hold “birthday” parties for their provinces on the first Monday of August.