Some examples of Canadian holidays include Victoria Day and Canada Day. Victoria Day is the day on which people celebrate the birth of Queen Victoria. Canada Day is the day on which people celebrate the birth of Canada and the signing of the Constitution Act.
Canada Day is a holiday celebrated on July 1 by all of Canada and is a day off for most businesses. On Canada Day, Canadians typically wear red and white and enjoy attending picnics and setting off fireworks. Victoria Day takes place on the Monday before May 25 and is referred to as "National Patriot's Day" in Quebec.