Are you thinking of going on a trip in November 2023? Do you want to find out if there is a long weekend in Canada during that time? Well, you are in the right place. We will tell you about the long weekends in November 2023, so keep reading.
Canada November Long Weekend 2023
In 2023, Canada will have about seven long weekends, but it depends on where you live and the holiday days, not the workdays. Long weekends are when you get at least three days off, usually on a Friday or Monday. Moreover, if there are holidays on both sides of the weekend, it can be a four-day long weekend.
In Canada, long weekends usually happen in January, February, April, August, October, and December. In 2023 and 2024, there will be at least seven long weekends, depending on where you live. The long weekends come when holidays like Thanksgiving, Easter, Victoria Day, New Year’s Day, Family Day, Canada Day, Labor Day, and Civic Holiday fall on a Friday or Monday.
Is there a Long Weekend in November 2023
In November 2023, if you are in a place where Remembrance Day is a holiday, you will have a long weekend from November 11th to November 13th because the holiday is on a Saturday.
- November 11, 2023 – Saturday (Remembrance Day)
- November 12, 2023 – Sunday
- November 13, 2023 – Monday (It is a holiday because Remembrance Day is on Saturday).
So, when a holiday falls on a Saturday or Sunday, the next Monday becomes a holiday. Keep in mind that Remembrance Day is not a holiday for everyone in Canada, it depends on the province.
Do not be disappointed if you cannot enjoy a long weekend in November. You can plan your trip and holiday for the next month, as December offers a long weekend from the 23rd to the 26th.
- November 23, 2023 – Saturday
- November 24, 2023 – Sunday
- November 25, 2023 – Monday (Christmas)
- November 26, 2023 – Tuesday (Boxing Day)
Canada Long Weekend November 2023- 2024
Here is a table with the long weekends in Canada for November 2023 and 2024:
|On New Year||Jan. 2|
|Family Day||Monday- Feb. 20||Feb. 19- Monday|
|Easter||Friday – Monday: Apr. 7 – 10||Friday – Monday: Mar. 29 – Apr. 1|
|Victoria Day||Monday- May 22||Monday- May 20|
|Canada Day||Friday – Sunday: June 30 – July 2||Friday – Monday: June 29 – July 1|
|Civic Holiday||Monday: Aug. 7||Monday: Aug. 5|
|Labour Day||Monday: Sep. 4||Monday: Sep. 2|
|National Day for Truth and Reconciliation||Saturday||Monday- Sep. 30|
|Thanksgiving||Monday: Oct. 9||Monday: Oct.14|
|Remembrance Day||Saturday||Monday: Nov. 11|
|Boxing and Christmas Day||Saturday – Tuesday: Dec. 23 – 26||Wednesday – Thursday|
Canadians should remember that holidays are not just for planning trips; they also need to consider tax deadlines and forms during long weekends. Make sure you submit your tax returns or forms ahead of time to avoid missing the deadline because of the long weekends.
Remember, your payments are considered on time if they reach the CRA by the next business day, even if it is a weekend or a holiday. Planning ahead for any event is less stressful than last-minute preparations. So, take a look at the long weekends and schedule your events accordingly.
For more information about long weekends in Canada, you can visit the official website.