There are 10 statutory holidays in Saskatchewan (SK). The Saskatchewan Statutory Holidays 2022 include New Year’s Day, Family Day, Good Friday, Victoria Day, Canada Day, Saskatchewan Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Remembrance Day and Christmas.
Saskatchewan Statutory Holidays 2022
|January – 3||Monday||New Year’s Day (Observed Day)|
|February – 21||Monday||Family Day|
|April – 15||Friday||Good Friday|
|May – 23||Monday||Victoria Day|
|July – 1||Friday||Canada Day|
|August – 1||Monday||Saskatchewan Day|
|September – 5||Monday||Labor Day|
|October – 10||Monday||Thanksgiving Day|
|November – 11||Friday||Remembrance Day|
|December – 26||Monday||Christmas (Observed Day)|
Calendar : Saskatchewan Statutory Holidays 2022
Special Rules for Saskatchewan Statutory Holidays 2022
- New Year’s Day, Canada Day, Christmas Day or Remembrance Day, when fall on a Sunday, the following Monday is observed as a public holiday.
- When a public holiday falls on a Saturday, it is not observed on a different day.
- Employees who work on a public holiday get premium pay for each hour worked, plus either public holiday pay or a day off at regular pay within a four-week period during which the public holiday occurs.
- The National Day for Truth and Reconciliation , will be observed on September 30. This is a new statutory holiday for employees in federally regulated workplaces or those who have a collective bargaining agreement that identifies they will observe federal statutory holidays. The day is not a statutory holiday in Saskatchewan for employees who are not federally regulated.