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Canada (Newfoundland) - bank and public holidays of the world - 1970-2070

full calendar of public and bank holidays of the world (and banks closures), from 1970 until 2070 for Canada (Newfoundland)

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Thanksgiving*Friday October 10, 2014Secular holiday 
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St. John’s International Women’s Film Festival*Wednesday October 22, 2014Events, celebrations... 
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Remembrance Day*Tuesday November 11, 2014Secular holiday 
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Thanksgiving -
Monday October 10, 2016

Secular holiday : The first formal celebration was held by an English explorer, Martin Frobisher, who attempted to establish a settlement on Baffin Island, after failing to discover a northern passage to the Orient in 1576. The Pilgrims of Plymouth Rock held their Thanksgiving in 1621 as a three-day thank you celebration to the leaders of the Wampanoag Indian tribe and their families for teaching them the survival skills they needed to make it in the New World. Canada established the second Monday in October as a national holiday, a day of general thanksgiving, in 1957.

St. John’s International Women’s Film Festival -
Saturday October 22, 2016

Culture : Lasts 5 days 2016 edition confirmed

Remembrance Day -
Friday November 11, 2016

Secular holiday : In tribute to the Canadian soldiers who died in various wars (61,082 in WW1, 42,042 in WW2, 516 in the Korean war, 119 in peace-keeping missions)