Here in my home province of New Brunswick, we call it New Brunswick Day (how creative). Even less creative is Ontario, where it’s called the Civic Holiday. In Alberta, I think it’s Heritage Day, and in Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island, it’s Natal Day. Québec doesn’t get one because they take their national* holiday on June 24th, and call it St.-Jean Baptiste Day.
A few other provinces don’t get it either – I don’t know why. See you Tuesday.
* Here in Canada, we let some – well, one – of our provinces pretend they are a nation within a nation. Cute, eh?