Source:The Government of the Province of New Brunswick (Fredericton)
Posted: Monday, June 29, 2020
The Government of Canada's Province of New Brunswick has updated its official multi-year list of public holidays by announcing the non-working public holidays in New Brunswick for the calendar years 2021-2024.
The aforementioned announcement of the public holidays in New Brunswick for the calendar years 2021-2024 contains the usual quirky definition of Easter Sunday ("the Friday before Easter Sunday. Easter Sunday is the first Sunday after the full moon after March 21st. If the full moon falls on a Sunday, Easter is the next Sunday"), the day in lieu rule for Canada Day ("if July 1st falls on Sunday, Monday, July 2nd replaces July 1st as Canada Day"), as well as the recently-added Family Day public holiday of New Brunswick (2017-04-26, 2017-01-13, 2016-02-14, 2010-09-28 and 2010-09-06).
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