Below is a list of what’s open and closed on Canada Day and the statutory holiday July 2 (Monday).
Keep on checking this page for updates.
OPEN JULY 1-2:
- Most shopping centres will be open on July 1, with several open on the holiday on July 2, including: Eaton Centre, Vaughan Mills, Square One Shopping Centre, Bramalea City Centre and Cookstown Outlet Mall.
- Most grocery and retail stores will be open on July 1, but closed on July 2 for the holiday
- Major attractions open both days: Royal Ontario Museum, Ontario Science Centre, Toronto Zoo, Canada’s Wonderland, CN Tower.
- Historical sites open both days: Mackenzie House, Fort York National Historic Site, Colborne Lodge, etc., some are hosting special Canada Day events.
- City services: City parks, swimming pools and wading pools; click on links for specific pools and parks information.
- TTC will run on a Sunday service on July 1, and on holiday schedule July 2, while GO Transit will run on a Sunday schedule on July 1 and on a Saturday schedule July 2.
- City of Mississauga MiWay will run on extended service on some routes on July 1, and it will run on a Sunday schedule for July 2.
- Most LCBO stores will be open on July 1, 2012; however, stores will be closed July 2 to observe the federal Canada Day statutory holiday.
- Most Beer stores will be open on July 1 – click here for the locations and hours; however, stores will be closed on July 2.
CLOSED JULY 1-2:
- LCBO and Beer stores will be closed on July 2 to observe the federal Canada Day statutory holiday.
- Libraries and City of Toronto offices will be closed on July 1 and July 2.
- Government buildings, post offices and banks will be closed on July 1 and July 2.
- Most grocery and retail stores closed July 2