There are ten federal holidays in Canada that could effect affect message transmission or delivery options for the senders in the United States and receivers in Canada.
The first holiday is New Years day. It is celebrated on January 1st each year. It is a statutory holiday in all Canadian provinces and territories. Many people start January 1 at parties to welcome the New Year on the evening of December 31. However, in some people rural areas, particularly in the province of Quebec, spend the night ice fishing with groups of friends. January 1 is a statutory holiday in all Canadian provinces and territories and if this date falls on a Saturday or Sunday, the statutory holiday moves to Monday January 2 or 3. Schools, post offices and most businesses and organizations are closed. Many public transport systems offer a reduced service or they are shut down. January 2 is also of public holiday in the province of Quebec.
Good Friday occurs two days before Easter Sunday. This is the day when Christians commemorate the crucifixion of Jesus Christ; it plays an important part in the Christian faith. It is also a statutory holiday in all Canadian provinces and territories except Quebec, where it is partially observed. Good Friday is a public holiday at a national level in Canada. Schools and many businesses and organizations are closed and many people have a day off work. Post offices are closed and in some areas, particularly in the provinces of Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland and Labrador. Public transport services many run to their usual or restricted timetables. In rural areas, public transport may close down completely. In Quebec Good Friday is a statutory general holiday at the option of the employer. Schools and post offices are closed. Public transport services many run to their usual or restricted timetables. In rural areas, public transport may close down completely. Easter Monday is a holiday for many Canadians....
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