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|Altavia Day
 
|Altavia Day
 
|A holiday to celebrate Canadian Confederation.
 
|A holiday to celebrate Canadian Confederation.
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|3 February
 
|IMETO Day
 
|A holiday to celebrate the founding of [[Intermicronational Economic and Trade Organisation|IMETO.]]
 
 
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|24 April
 
|24 April
 
|Arbor Day
 
|Arbor Day
 
|Arbor Day.
 
|Arbor Day.
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|3 July
 
|Monarchy Day
 
|A holiday to celebrate the monarchy of Altavia.
 
 
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|2 September
 
|2 September

Revision as of 02:31, 22 April 2020


Date Name Notes
1 January New Years Day Start of an new year.
6 January Altavia Day A holiday to celebrate Canadian Confederation.
24 April Arbor Day Arbor Day.
2 September Victory Day A holiday to celebrate the Allied victory in WWII
9 October Leif Erikson Day A holiday to celebrate the discovery of America by the outside world.
11 November Armistice Day A holiday to celebrate the Entente victory in WWI.
17 December Independence Day A holiday to celebrate the independence of Altavia.
24 December Christmas Eve A holiday to celebrate the day before Christmas.
25 December Christmas A holiday to celebrate with your friends and family about giving and to celebrate Jesus's birth.
26 December Boxing Day A holiday to shop for sales.
31 December New Years Eve A holiday to celebrate the end of the year.
17 Dec - 6 Jan National Revelry A holiday celebrating Altavia's continuous independence during the Wars of Independence.
Same as one in the United States Martin Luther King, Jr. Day A holiday to remember and honour civil rights activist Martin Luther King, Jr.
Same as one in the USA Good Friday A holiday to commemorate Jesus' crucifixion and death.
Same as one in USA Easter Monday A holiday to celebrate easter.