Canada and United States Long Weekend for Labor Day Holiday

By: Jalenn Turre, Marketing, Business & Social Media Strategist

This coming weekend will be long weekend as the First Monday of September is the so called Labor Day Holiday of the United States and Canada. Both the USA and Canada will be having a grand celebration across borders. For many on either side of the borders – it will be a shopping spree!

For international visitors, please note most offices are closed on Monday, September 7, 2015 – US & Canada Labor Day Holiday! Majority of businesses will re-open on the following day, Tuesday.

As soon as the Labor Day is over the foliage of beautiful trees around the country will show their splendor; the mystique of nature will be upon us because the colors of the leaves will change from lush greens transforming into spectacular beautiful Fall Season colors.

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