There are 8 statutory holidays in Quebec (QC). The Quebec Statutory Holidays 2022 include New Year’s Day, Good Friday or Easter Monday, National Patriots’ Day, National Holiday, Canada Day, Labour Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas Day. Remembrance Day and Boxing Day are not statutory holidays in Quebec.
Quebec Statutory Holidays 2022
|January – 3||Monday||New Year’s Day (Observed Day)|
|April – 15||Friday||Good Friday|
|May – 23||Monday||National Patriot’s Day|
|June – 24||Friday||Quebec National Holiday|
|July – 1||Friday||Canada Day|
|September – 05||Monday||Labour Day|
|October – 10||Monday||Thanksgiving Day|
|December – 26||Monday||Christmas (Observed Day)|
Quebec Statutory Holidays 2022 Notes:-
- When a statutory holiday falls on a Saturday or a Sunday, it is automatically moved ahead to the previous Friday or deferred to the following Monday.
- Saint-Jean-Baptiste Day is a National Holiday in Quebec.
Remembrance Day and National day of truth and reconciliation:
Remembrance Day (November 11) and National day of truth and reconciliation (September 30) are not statutory general holidays in Québec.
Only employees covered by the Canada Labour Code are entitled to a paid holiday.
These include federal public service employees, employees of Crown corporations (such as Canada Post) and employees of federally regulated companies, such as banks, telecommunications companies and interprovincial transport companies.