In Canada, Family Day is a public holiday that is celebrated on two distinctive dates across 5 provinces. It typically falls in February, with the difference of it being on the second Monday of said month in British Columbia. Whilst in Alberta, Ontario, Saskatchewan, and New Brunswick, it falls on the third Monday – coinciding with Heritage Day, where people explore the heritage and history of their families.
Family Day is an essay to bring families together to celebrate the importance of family life. Many people celebrate the day by partaking in family activities, such as playing board games, watching movies, and visiting art exhibitions. Moreover, some people exploit the long weekend to travel or to visit relatives and friends.