Canadian Labour Day 2012
September 3, 2012 by staff
Canadian Labour Day 2012, In Canada, the first Monday of September is a public, or statutory, holiday called Labor Day (actually the Canadian spelling is Labour Day).
In 2012, Labour Day falls on Monday, September 3. All of Canada’s 10 provinces and three territories observe this holiday.
The Labour Day weekend is the last big travel weekend of the summer, as school starts up again in the majority of places on the day after Labour Day.
The Labour Day holiday in Canada, as in the U.S., celebrates worker solidarity. Most workers, public or private, are entitled to take statutory holidays off with regular pay. Some businesses remain open on holidays, such as medical clinics and some stores, restaurants, and tourist attractions.
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