CalendarHolidays provides you with a list of 2021 statutory holidays in Manitoba that are distinct from national holidays observed across Canada. Canada's longitudinal center is Manitoba, which encompasses diverse landscapes ranging from the Arctic Tundra and the Hudson Bay coast in the north to dense forests, lakes, and prairie land. Manitoba is the fifth most populous region and one of the ten provinces of Canada. It's the largest, and the capital city is Winnipeg, the eighth-largest metropolitan area in Canada.
Its name originates from languages such as Cree, Ojibwe, or Assiniboine. This name was approved in Ottawa under the 1870 Manitoba Act. A large number of Manitobans belong to a Christian denomination. Manitoba's maximum economy depends on agriculture, tourism, electricity, oil, mining, and forestry. The province produces substantial amounts of sunflower seeds, dry beans, and potatoes across Canada.
It is more likely that people are more willing to know about their province of Manitoba's statutory holidays than holidays from other regions. All holidays are described with real facts about the specific festival so that you can understand how and why people celebrate a particular holiday. There are five national statutory holidays and three provincial statutory holidays in Manitoba. Some specific holidays are only observed in Manitoba, like Louis Riel Day, celebrated on the third Monday in February. It's a provincial statutory holiday in Manitoba, but this day is celebrated as Family Day in other Canadian provinces. The other optional holiday is Terry Fox Day, observed on the first Monday in August, similar to Civic Day across Canada.
These online calendars display all Manitoba holidays, festivals, and other celebrations to make your planning easier. You can use our 2021 Manitoba holiday calendar and customize it to your needs. Download it in a printable online format, including Word, Excel, PDF.