CalendarHolidays provides you with a list of 2023 statutory holidays in the Northwest Territories distinct from national holidays observed across Canada. The second-largest and the most populated territory in Northern Canada is Northwest Territories. The two other Canadian territories adjoined the Northwest Territories, Nunavut in the East and the Yukon in the West. Its territorial capital is Yellowknife and has the largest population across the region. Northwest Territories have three areas: the Arctic Archipelago, the arctic mainland, and the Mackenzie Valley area.
The British government approved its name during the colonial period, connected with the remaining Rupert's land. It holds Canada's longest lake, Great Bear Lake. Territory's primary economic resources are natural gas, gold, diamond, and oil. However, BHP Billiton and Rio Tint are the biggest mines of diamonds located in this territory. Many international tourists visit Yellowknife to catch a glimpse of the auroras.
It is more likely that Northwest Territories are more willing to know about their province Northwest Territories's statutory holidays than holidays from the other areas. All holidays are described with real facts about the specific festival so that you can understand how and why Northwest Territories celebrate the holiday. There are five federal statutory holidays and five provincial statutory holidays. Some specific holidays are only observed in Northwest Territories, such as National Aboriginal Day is celebrated on 21st June every year. A day to acknowledge the efficient contribution of indigenous people for the healthy progress of our society, territory, and nation.
These online calendars display all Northwest Territories holidays, festivals, and other celebrations to make your planning easier. You can use our 2023 Northwest Territories holiday calendar and customize it to your needs. Download it in a printable online format, including Word, Excel, PDF.