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Canadá (Manitoba) - dias festivos y feriados en el mundo - 1970-2070

calendario completo de vacaciones del mundo (y cierre de los bancos), de 1970 hasta 2070 for Canadá (Manitoba)



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Nombre Fecha Tipo Más
Año Nuevo*Domingo 1 Enero, 2017Feriado seculare 
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vacaciones de invierno (final)**Lunes 9 Enero, 2017vacaciones escolares, además de los días festivos mencionados (pueden variar según la zona) 
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Día de Louis Riel*Lunes 20 Febrero, 2017Feriado seculare 
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Año Nuevo -
Domingo 1 Enero, 2017

Feriado seculare : The world's most widely celebrated holiday, New Years was set on January 1 by Julius Caesar because that was the date the Roman consuls took over their duties.


Vacaciones de invierno (final) -
Lunes 9 Enero, 2017

vacaciones escolares (por favor revise) : Www.edu.gov.mb.ca calendar issued by the Ministry of Education confirmed till June 2017


Día de Louis Riel -
Lunes 20 Febrero, 2017

Feriado seculare : Riel was the undisputed spiritual and political head of the short-lived 1885 Rebellion. He never carried arms and hindered the work of his military head, Gabriel Dumont. Riel was increasingly influenced by his belief that he was chosen to lead the Métis people. On May 15, shortly after the fall of Batoche, Riel surrendered to Canadian forces and was taken to Regina to stand trial for treason. At his trial, Riel gave two long speeches which demonstrated his powerful rhetorical abilities. He personally rejected attempts by his defence counsel to prove he was not guilty by reason of insanity. On 1 August 1885, a jury of six English-speaking Protestants found Riel guilty but recommended mercy. Judge Hugh Richardson sentenced him to death. Attempted appeals were dismissed and a special re-examination of Riel's mental state by government appointed doctors found him sane. He was hanged in Regina on 16 November, 1885. His execution was widely opposed in Quebec and had lasting political ramifications.