Today, the Easter Monday after Easter Sunday, is a holiday for federal employees in Canada. Also, all employers in the province of Quebec must give either Good Friday or Easter Monday as a holiday.
The next federal employee holiday in Canada is Victoria Day, on the Monday on or before May 2. Although it is set at Queen Victoria's birthday, it celebrates the birthday of whoever is the current Canadian Monarch (Elizabeth II).
Victoria Day is also a statutory holiday in Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, Northwest Territories, Nunavut, Ontario, Quebec (coincides with National Patriotes Day), Saskatchewan, and Yukon, in which all employers give workers a day off.
The next national holiday in Canada is Canada Day, which commemorates Canada's confederation in 1867. It is set on July 1, unless that day is a Sunday, when it is celebrated on July 2.