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When did New Brunswick make November 11th a statutory holiday?

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What was the holiday status of Remembrance Day in 1967? Was it a holiday or half holiday?

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I did a search on when was the Remembrance day 11th Nov, first made statutory holiday in New Brunswick, and I couldn't find any particular information on the internet. Based on my searches, I came to a rough guess conclusion which would put the first date at 11 November 1931.

The holiday status of remembrance day in 1967 would have been a full holiday. Unlike some other provinces in Canada, New Brunswick does recognize Remembrance day as full statutory holiday.
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Watch video on "How Remembrance day are observed on 11th November in New Brunswick":

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