Add Canadian holidays to your calendar
There are 2 ways to add holidays to your calendar:
- Adding a “remote calendar” URL that will keep itself updated.
- Downloading the holidays locally and importing them into your preferred calendar program.
Import holidays with “remote calendar” URL
If you use Outlook, iCal, or Google Calendar, you can import holidays directly from a URL. Holidays for 2022 will be added immediately and 2023’s will be added automatically before the end of the year.
If you only want holidays for your region, replace your two-character regional code (eg, “AB”, “ON”) with your province or territory.
If you’re not sure how to import them after downloading, there’s a little "how-to" further down.
Download all Canadian statutory holidays
For the Canadian completist.
- Get all holidays
Download federally-regulated statutory holidays
For airline pilots, federal policy wonks, etc. Find out if federal holidays apply to you.
- Federal holidays
- Get federal holidays
Download regional statutory holidays
For regular folks or secessionists.
- Get AB holidays
- British Columbia
- Get BC holidays
- Get MB holidays
- New Brunswick
- Get NB holidays
- Newfoundland and Labrador
- Get NL holidays
- Nova Scotia
- Get NS holidays
- Northwest Territories
- Get NT holidays
- Get NU holidays
- Get ON holidays
- Prince Edward Island
- Get PE holidays
- Get QC holidays
- Get SK holidays
- Get YT holidays
Import statutory holidays into your calendar
Download Canadian holidays and then import them to your Outlook, iCal, or Google Calendar.
Adding holidays to your calendar is easy.
- Clicking a button on this page will download an
.icsfile for 2022
- Double-click the file (or drag it into your preferred calendar)
- Confirm you want to import ’em
- Done! 🤠