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List of Saskatchewan Public Holidays

There are 10 public (statutory) holidays per year in Saskatchewan. Below, find a list of the Saskatchewan public holidays including the date they will be observed on each year. For most employees, these are days off with pay. Some employees may be required to work and special wage rates would apply.

If the employer's establishment is normally open on Sunday, the public holiday pay rules apply to that Sunday. Where businesses are normally closed on Sunday, and New Year's Day, Christmas Day, or Remembrance Day fall on a Sunday, the following Monday is observed as a public holiday. Canada Day is covered under Canada's Holidays Act. Currently, federal legislation states when July 1 falls on a Sunday, the holiday is observed on Monday, July 2. When a public holiday falls on a Saturday, it is not observed on a different day.

The National Day for Truth and Reconciliation on September 30 is a statutory holiday for employees in federally regulated workplaces. It is not a public holiday under The Saskatchewan Employment Act, therefore it is not a minimum requirement to provincially regulated employers and employees. However it may be observed in provincial workplaces, such as by an employer's policy or a collective bargaining agreement that includes the observance of federal statutory holidays. 


Public Holiday Observed on
New Year's Day January 1
Family Day February 19
Good Friday March 29
Victoria Day May 20
Canada Day July 1
Saskatchewan Day August 5
Labour Day September 2
Thanksgiving October 14
Remembrance Day November 11
Christmas Day December 25

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