Remembrance Day in Canada is a public holiday in most provinces and 3 territories and is observed on November 11.
Remembrance Day is a holiday to honor those who fought for Canada in World War I, II, Korean War and those who have served since then. Many people wear puppy to commemorate military personnel who have served.
Ceremonies are held in towns and cities across the country, while the National War Memorial is held in Ottawa, the capital of Canada.
The following is the list of Remembrance Day from 2021 to 2025.
|Thanksgiving Day||Nov 11, 2021||Thursday|
|Thanksgiving Day||Nov 11, 2022||Friday|
|Thanksgiving Day||Nov 11, 2023||Saturday|
|Thanksgiving Day||Nov 11, 2024||Monday|
|Thanksgiving Day||Nov 11, 2025||Tuesday|
Remembrance Day is called Armistice Day in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada.