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National Day for Truth and Reconciliation in Canada

Is National Day for Truth and Reconciliation a Public Holiday?

National Day for Truth and Reconciliation 2022 is a statutory holiday in Northwest Territories and a federal employees holiday in 12 provinces and territories.

National Day for Truth and Reconciliation Observances

Note: This is a holiday for employees of federally regulated businesses and organizations. It may also be a holiday for other employees if negotiated into their contracts or collective agreements.

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday TypeArea
2021ThuSep 30National Day for Truth and ReconciliationFederal Employees Holiday 
2022FriSep 30National Day for Truth and ReconciliationFederal Employees Holiday 
2022FriSep 30National Day for Truth and ReconciliationStatutory HolidayNorthwest Territories
2023SatSep 30National Day for Truth and ReconciliationFederal Employees Holiday 
2023SatSep 30National Day for Truth and ReconciliationStatutory HolidayNorthwest Territories
2024MonSep 30National Day for Truth and ReconciliationStatutory HolidayNorthwest Territories
2024MonSep 30National Day for Truth and ReconciliationFederal Employees Holiday 
2025TueSep 30National Day for Truth and ReconciliationStatutory HolidayNorthwest Territories
2025TueSep 30National Day for Truth and ReconciliationFederal Employees Holiday 
2026WedSep 30National Day for Truth and ReconciliationStatutory HolidayNorthwest Territories
2026WedSep 30National Day for Truth and ReconciliationFederal Employees Holiday 
2027ThuSep 30National Day for Truth and ReconciliationFederal Employees Holiday 
2027ThuSep 30National Day for Truth and ReconciliationStatutory HolidayNorthwest Territories

While we diligently research and update our holiday dates, some of the information in the table above may be preliminary. If you find an error, please let us know.