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Ontario Bill Would Declare November 11 Public Holiday

Source: CTV News (Toronto)
Posted: Thursday, November 4, 2010
Most recent follow-up news item: March 2, 2018


An opposition member of the legislature of Canada's Province of Ontario, Progressive Conservative Lisa MacLeod, has announced that she will introduce a private member's bill to designate November 11 as a statutory provincial non-working public holiday.

The last public holiday added to Ontario's list of public holidays was the "Family Day" public holiday, on the third Monday of February (2007-10-11).



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