Holiday for : Prince Edward Island
Islander Day is a holiday in the province of Prince Edward Island on the third Monday of February.
The provincial government of Prince Edward Island introduced Islander Day in 2009, due to the rising trend of a holiday in February. It was first held on the second Monday of February in 2009, rather than the third Monday, as in other provinces. This incongruity effected much controversy, as businesses suffered as a result of being out of sync with their partners in other provinces, as well the United States, which celebrates Presidents Day on the third Monday of February. In April 2009, Provincial Attorney General Gerard Greenan moved the holiday to the third Monday in February.
There are 736 days until the celebration/observance for : Islander Day (Prince Edward Island) for the year 2022.