CalendarHolidays provides you with a list of 2023 statutory holidays in Nunavut that are distinct from national holidays observed across Canada. Nunavut includes a large part of northern Canada and most of the Arctic Archipelago of Canada. Its massive territory tags it the fifth-largest country subdivision globally and the second-largest country in North America after Greenland. It's the second least populated area of Canada. Its islands are only approachable by plane or boat as tundra, rocky mountains, and remote towns.
Every April, Iqaluit hosts a trade show, Nunavut Mining Symposium, which reflects the economic activities in Nunavut. It is well known for the artwork, carvings, and handcrafted clothing of its indigenous Inuit people. This art is shown in the capital at the Nunatta Sunakkutaangit Museum in Iqaluit, Baffin Island.
It is more likely that people are more willing to know about their province of Nunavut'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 four provincial statutory holidays in Nunavut. Some specific holidays are only observed in Nunavut, like Nunavut Day, celebrated on 9th July. It's not a statutory holiday in Nunavut; the Canadian Parliament announced the Nunavut Land Claims Act's passage on this day.
These online calendars display all Nunavut holidays, festivals, and other celebrations to make your planning easier. You can use our 2023 Nunavut holiday calendar and customize it to your needs. Download it in a printable online format, including Word, Excel, PDF.