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Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) Stock Market Holidays

Regular trading hours for the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) are Monday through Friday from 9:30 AM to 4:00 PM ET. The Canadian stock market periodically closes during major national holidays. Below, you will find a list of TSX and TSXV holidays for 2024 through 2028. Learn more about the Toronto Stock Exchange.

TSX Holidays20242025202620272028
New Year's DayJanuary 1stJanuary 1stJanuary 1stJanuary 1stJanuary 3rd
Family DayFebruary 19thFebruary 17thFebruary 16thFebruary 15thFebruary 21st
Good FridayMarch 29thApril 18thApril 3rdMarch 26thApril 14th
Victoria DayMay 20thMay 19thMay 18thMay 24thMay 22nd
Canada DayJuly 1stJuly 1stJuly 1stJuly 1stJuly 3rd
Civic HolidayAugust 5thAugust 4thAugust 3rdAugust 2ndAugust 7th
Labour DaySeptember 2ndSeptember 1stSeptember 7thSeptember 6thSeptember 4th
Thanksgiving DayOctober 14thOctober 13thOctober 12thOctober 11thOctober 9th
ChristmasDecember 25thDecember 25thDecember 25thDecember 27thDecember 25th
Boxing DayDecember 26thDecember 26thDecember 28thDecember 28thDecember 26th


Please note these U.S. Holidays with special settlement for issues trading in USD:

  • Martin Luther King Jr. Day
  • Memorial Day
  • Independence Day
  • Thanksgiving Day


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