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Canada (Nunavut) : public and bank holidays, closure of banks, stock exchanges, school vacations

Canada (Nunavut) : complete schedule of public and bank holidays, closure of banks and stock exchanges, school vacations, trade fairs, cultural and sporting events, festivals, carnivals, election during the current 2 months



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summer holiday (beginning)Thursday June 23, 2016School holidays 
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Canada Day*Friday July 1, 2016National Day 
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Nunavut Day*Saturday July 9, 2016National Day 
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Summer holiday (beginning) -
Thursday June 23, 2016

School holidays (please double check) :


Canada Day -
Friday July 1, 2016

Secular holiday : Anniversary of the union of the Canadian provinces under one government, which took place in 1867 under the British North America Act


Nunavut Day -
Saturday July 9, 2016

Secular holiday : On July 9, 1993, following the passing of the 1982 plebiscite on the question of the division of the Northwest Territories, the Parliament of Canada passed the Nunavut Act, establishing the territory of Nunavut, to come into operation sometime in the future. On April 1, 1999, Nunavut became a legally distinct territory from the Northwest Territories, coming into being as a territory on this date. The following year, in 2000, 'Nunavut Day' was celebrated on April 1. However, it was felt that the 1993 Nunavut Land Claims Agreement had greater significance to the people of Nunavut, so the holiday was moved to July 9 the following year [Wikipedia]