2020 Payroll Legislations

Statutory Holiday Pay (Worked)

Federal
At least 1.5 x regular rate for hours worked plus the general holiday pay. The general holiday may be substituted for another day with proper authorization
Alberta
1.5 times the employee’s hourly rate plus an average day’s wages or their standard wage rate for hours worked plus a day off with pay at a future date
British Columbia
1.5 times the employee’s hourly rate for the first 12 hours, 2 x the hourly rate after that, plus an average day’s wage
Manitoba
1.5 x hourly rate for hours worked plus their general holiday pay
New Brunswick
1.5 x regular wages plus a regular day’s pay
Newfoundland & Labrador
2 x regular rate for hours worked on the holiday or an additional day off with pay within 30 days or an additional vacation day
Nova Scotia
1.5 x the employee regular rate of wages for the hours worked, plus a regular day’s pay
Ontario
1.5 times the employees hourly rate plus public holiday pay, or regular wages for all hours worked plus a substitute day off with public holiday pay
Prince Edward Island
1.5 x the employee regular rate of wages for the hours worked, plus a regular day’s pay
Québec
Regular wages for hours worked plus stat holiday entitlement, or regular rate for hours worked plus an additional day off with pay within three weeks of the holiday
Saskatchewan
Public holiday pay plus a premium of 1.5 times their hourly wage for each hour worked
Northwest Territories
Time + 1/2 plus an average day’s pay. As an alternative the employer may transfer the holiday to another day giving the employee a day off with pay
Nunavut
1.5 x regular rate for hours worked plus a normal day’s pay, or regular wages plus a another day off work with pay
Yukon
At least 1.5 x regular rate for hours worked plus the general holiday pay. The general holiday may be substituted for another day with proper authorization
Price start at $43/month

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