Where can I find the August 2013 calendar?

View the month calendar of August 2013 including week numbers. This august 2013 calendar is always useful for example to see if you have vacation. View or download the 2013 calendar. Go to 2013 Calendar. See also the 2013 Holidays.

What do you need to know about festivals in Toronto?

All submitted events must meet provincial and municipal requirements, legislation and restrictions on gatherings. Learn more about COVID-19 Guidance on Indoor and Outdoor Events. Once expanded, use the up and down arrow keys to navigate the options.

Are there any cancelled events in the city of Toronto?

As part of the COVID-19 response, the City is extending the cancellation of City-led and City-permitted outdoor special events through September 6. Attendees are encouraged to safely explore virtual events while following COVID-19 safety measures to help reduce virus spread.

Are there any holidays in Canada in 2013?

This page has a calendar and information about holidays in Canada in 2013 including stat holidays and other unofficial celebrations such as Halloween, Mother’s Day, St. Patrick’s Day or Valentine’s Day. 2013 is a not leap year, (fyi: 2012 was a leap year) but even if it was, holidays won’t be affected – thankfully no holiday is on February 29th.

What was the tax change in Canada in 2013?

Events from the year 2013 in Canada . January 1 – Quebec tax law changes from charging a 9.5% Quebec Sales Tax (QST) on a consumer sale plus the goods and services tax (GST), to a 9.975% QST on just the consumer sale, having no effect to the consumer, as the GST is 5%. January 21 – The Charbonneau Commission resumes its hearings.

Who was the government of Nova Scotia in 2013?

October 8 – 2013 Nova Scotia general election. Nova Scotia elects a majority Liberal government led by Stephen McNeil. The Progressive Conservatives take second place to form the official opposition and the NDP are relegated to third party from a previous majority Government.