Celebrating Canada’s Labour Day
In 1872 Over 10,000 Printer’s Revolted in a 9-hour march in the streets of Toronto to established a maxim work week.
Eventually, Sir John A. MacDonald Prime Minister of Canada in 1872, had to repeal the laws in favor of the organize unions.
The Printer’s strike help to form the annual Labour Day Celebrations across Canada – adopted in 1894 by the government of Prime Minister John Thompson – as we see today!
Many people have the day off to celebration this day, before the kids go back to school. You can take in the many events around the lower mainland or join in your family gatherings.
Many businesses will hire employees to work on this day, they will require to give the employees holiday pay or another day off.
If you, don’t have a Human Resource Department?
You can contact us to look after your payroll or advice on payroll.
Enjoy! Supper Hot Long Weekend.