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Keeping up with payroll and holidays can be a challenge, which is why we put together the Wagepoint Payroll Calendar...

It gives you a year-long overview of key small business payroll deadlines — so you can focus on running your business without worrying about missing important dates. 

 

2019 Canadian Payroll Calendar 

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2019 Payroll Calendar Dates

📌Get off to the right start — make sure that you’re aware of any minimum wage, overtime and other changes that may affect your payroll. 

January 

Jan. 1  — New Year’s Day | Payroll Deductions Online Calculator (PDOC) updated — All banks closed*

Jan. 10 — Threshold 1 Remitter Payments Due (For payrolls processed on or after the 16th day of the previous month)

Jan. 15 — Regular & Quarterly Remitter Payments Due

Jan. 25 — Threshold 1 Remitter Payments Due (For payrolls processed on or before the 15th day of the month)

February

Feb. 2 — Groundhog Day

Feb. 11 — Threshold 1 Remitter Payments Due (For payrolls processed on or after the 16th day of the previous month)

Feb. 12 — Family Day BC — Some banks closed*

Feb. 14 — Valentine’s Day

Feb. 15 — Regular Remitter Payments Due

Feb. 18 — Islander Day PE | Heritage Day NS | Family Day AB, BC, NB, ON, SK | Louis Riel Day MB — Some banks closed*

Feb. 22 — Heritage Day YT — Some banks closed*

Feb. 25 — Threshold 1 Remitter Payments Due (For payrolls processed on or before the 15th day of the month)

Feb. 28 — T4 and T4A Information Returns Due

March

March 10 — Daylight Saving Time Begins

March 11 — Threshold 1 Remitter Payments Due (For payrolls processed on or after the 16th day of the previous month)

March 15 — Regular Remitter Payments Due | Quarterly Tax Payments Due

March 17 — St. Patrick’s Day

March 18 — St. Patrick’s Day Holiday NL — Some banks closed*

March 20 — First Day of Spring

March 25 — Threshold 1 Remitter Payments Due (For payrolls processed on or before the 15th day of the month)

April

April 10 — Threshold 1 Remitter Payments Due (For payrolls processed on or after the 16th day of the previous month)

April 15 — Regular & Quarterly Remitter Payments Due

April 19 — Good Friday

April 21 — Easter

April 22 — Easter Monday AB, BC, NB, PE, QC, YT | St. George's Day NL | Earth Day — Some banks closed*

April 25 — Threshold 1 Remitter Payments Due (For payrolls processed on or before the 15th day of the month)

April 30 — Filing Deadline: 

  • Personal Income Tax
  • Sole Proprietors and Partnerships 

May

May 5 — First Day of Ramadan

May 10 — Threshold 1 Remitter Payments Due (For payrolls processed on or after the 16th day of the previous month)

May 12 — Mother’s Day

May 15 — Regular Remitter Payments Due

May 20 — Victoria Day | Patriots' Day QC — All banks closed*

May 27 — Threshold 1 Remitter Payments Due (For payrolls processed on or before the 15th day of the month)

June

June 5 — Eid

June 10 — Threshold 1 Remitter Payments Due (For payrolls processed on or after the 16th day of the previous month)

June 16 — Father’s Day

June 17 — Regular Remitter Payments Due | Quarterly Tax Payments Due | Filing Deadline: Self-Employed Income Taxes

June 21 — First Day of Summer | National Aboriginal Day NT — Some banks closed*

June 24 — Discovery Day NL — Some banks closed* | St. Jean Baptiste Day QC — Some banks closed*

June 25 — Threshold 1 Remitter Payments Due (For payrolls processed on or before the 15th day of the month) 

July

July 1 — Canada Day | Payroll Deductions Online Calculator (PDOC) updated — All banks closed*

July 9 — Nunavut Day

July 10 — Threshold 1 Remitter Payments Due (For payrolls processed on or after the 16th day of the previous month)

July 15 — Orangemen's Day NL — Some banks closed* |Regular & Quarterly Remitter Payments Due

July 25 — Threshold 1 Remitter Payments Due (For payrolls processed on or before the 15th day of the month) 

August

Aug. 5 — Civic Holiday ON, PE, NT, SK | Terry Fox Day MB | New Brunswick Day NB | British Columbia Day BC | Natal Day NS — Some banks closed*

Aug. 7 — Regatta Day NL — Some banks closed*

Aug. 12 — Threshold 1 Remitter Payments Due (For payrolls processed on or after the 16th day of the previous month)

Aug. 15 — Regular Remitter Payments Due

Aug. 16 — Gold Cup Parade PE — Some banks closed*

Aug. 19 — Discovery Day YT — Some banks closed*

Aug. 26 — Threshold 1 Remitter Payments Due (For payrolls processed on or before the 15th day of the month)

September

Sept. 2 — Labour Day —  All banks closed*

Sept. 2-6 — National Payroll Week #NPW2018

Sept. 10 — Threshold 1 Remitter Payments Due (For payrolls processed on or after the 16th day of the previous month)

Sept. 16 — Regular Remitter Payments Due | Quarterly Tax Payments Due

Sept. 23 — First Day of Fall

Sept. 25 — Threshold 1 Remitter Payments Due (For payrolls processed on or before the 15th day of the month)

October

Oct. 10 — Threshold 1 Remitter Payments Due (For payrolls processed on or after the 16th day of the previous month)

Oct. 14 — Thanksgiving Day (All except NB, NL, NS, PE) — All banks closed*

Oct. 15 — Regular & Quarterly Remitter Payments Due

Oct. 25 — Threshold 1 Remitter Payments Due (For payrolls processed on or before the 15th day of the month)

Oct. 27 — Diwali

Oct. 31 — Halloween  

November

Nov.  3 — Daylight Saving Time Ends

Nov. 10 — Remembrance Day

Nov. 11 — Remembrance Day Observed (All except NL, NS, ON, QC) — All banks closed*

Nov. 12 — Threshold 1 Remitter Payments Due (For payrolls processed on or after the 16th day of the previous month)

Nov. 15 — Regular Remitter Payments Due

Nov. 25 — Threshold 1 Remitter Payments Due (For payrolls processed on or before the 15th day of the month)

December

Dec. 10 — Threshold 1 Remitter Payments Due (For payrolls processed on or after the 16th day of the previous month)

Dec. 16 — Regular Remitter Payments Due | Quarterly Tax Payments Due

Dec. 21 — First Day of Winter

Dec. 22  — First Day of Hanukkah

Dec. 25 — Christmas — All banks closed*

Dec. 26 — Boxing Day — All banks closed*

Dec. 27 — Threshold 1 Remitter Payments Due (For payrolls processed on or before the 15th day of the month)

Dec. 30 — Last Day of Hanukkah

Dec. 31 — New Year’s Eve

Helpful Information on Key Payroll Topics 

In order to help you throughout the year, here's a list of some of our most popular Canadian payroll topics. 

General Topics

E-Books and Guides

Year-End Best Practices

For more payroll articles and a wealth of small business resources, see the Wagepoint Blog. To learn more about submitting a guest post, click here

Enjoy the calendar! If you have any questions or suggestions, please let us know in the comments below. Your feedback can help us make this tool even better.  

*For holidays and bank closures, allow at least one extra business day for direct deposit. When the due date for filing a return or making a payment falls on a Saturday, a Sunday, or a public holiday recognized, the return or payment is to be filed on the next open business day. 

The advice we share on our blog is intended to be informational. It does not replace the expertise of accredited business professionals. 

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