New Brunswick Day - August
Mon, Aug 7, 2023

New Brunswick Day

New Brunswick Day is dedicated to a coastal province in eastern Canada called New Brunswick. Residents can feel their connection with each other and with their homeland on this day, as well as just relax and have fun. On this day, they have the opportunity to attend many festive events.


New Brunswick was founded in 1784. In 1867 he entered the Canadian Confederation. After 109 years, a holiday dedicated to this province is established. Its main goal is to strengthen the spirit of community among residents.

Interesting facts

  • The colors of the provincial flag are red, yellow, and blue. On New Brunswick Day, they can be seen everywhere, as these are the colors of the festive décor.
  • The province has very high tides, where the water often flows in the opposite direction.
  • The province has some funny laws: for example, the ban on appearing in public places with snakes.

How to take part

Celebrating the holiday, the inhabitants of the province attend various events arranged in his honor. These can be concerts, festivals, or events for families with children. Woodstock hosts a traditional boat parade. Many consider the annual 12 km race to be the central event of the day.

On this day, special awards are presented, confirming the merits of individuals or organizations that have made a significant contribution to the life of the province.

Events usually feature cakes decorated in the colors of New Brunswick. For unsweetened dishes, seafood, which this region is so rich in, is used: for example, salmon and lobsters. Local craft beer is popular as a drink.

When is New Brunswick Day celebrated in 2023?

New Brunswick Day is observed on the first Monday of August.


Weekday Month Day Year
Monday August 7 2023
Monday August 5 2024
Monday August 4 2025
Monday August 3 2026

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