What is Easter Monday?

Easter Monday is the day after Easter Sunday and is a holiday in some countries.

Easter Monday is the imminent Monday following Easter Sunday and is a statutory holiday for federal employees. Although not mandatory by federal regulation, many employers also give this day off to employees out of common practice.

Additionally, this holiday succeeds Good Friday (the Friday preceding Easter), which is a mandatory holiday for all employees, giving workers an extra long weekend in April.

In provinces where Family Day, Islander Day and Louis Riel Day are not observed Easter Weekend is the first state holiday after New Years Day.


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