Like American holidays, some Canadian holidays, though recognized, do not garner paid days off. Along with federally recognized holidays, Canada also has provincial and territorial holidays. Even though they're celebrated nationally, vacation is not paid for Valentine's Day, Mother's Day, St. Patrick's Day, Father's Day, or Halloween.
Statutory holidays - which include New Year's Day, Good Friday (Easter), Canada Day, Labour Day and Christmas Day - are celebrated nationwide and are paid days off for employees. Federally regulated employees also get Easter Monday, Victoria Day, Thanksgiving and Boxing Day off and it is common practice, however, not required, for non-federal employees to get these holidays off as well.
This report provides information about statutory holidays for employees in New Brunswick.
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|The date of the holiday.
|Accounting Period Date, Week Worked
|Based on the Holiday Date, the Date Type will show either the payroll info for that holiday's accounting period or that holiday's week.
|The name of the employee receiving holiday pay.
|Employee’s unique ID.
|First Week Worked
|The first week worked date during the time period.
|Days Wages Earned
|The total number of days worked by the employee during the time period.
|Wage Earned Last 30 days
|The amount of pay earned by the employee in the last month.
|Avg. Daily Wages Last days
|The average amount of pay earned by the employee per day in a last month.
|Avg. Hours Per Day
|The average hours worked by the employee in a day.