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What’s open and closed for the Easter long weekend in Toronto

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Easter Weekend includes Good Friday and Easter Monday, meaning some businesses will be closed.


Good Friday is a public holiday in Ontario which falls on the Friday before Easter Sunday. Easter Monday, the day following Easter, is not a public holiday in the province but is a federal holiday.


Here’s what’s open and what’s closed in Toronto this Easter weekend.


What’s closed on Good Friday?


  • Most major grocery stores

  • Some banks

  • The LCBO

  • The Beer Store

  • Library services

  • Government offices

  • Canada Post mail collection and delivery services

  • All community recreation facilities

  • Cultural centres and art galleries

  • The St. Lawrence Market

  • The AGO, due to the ongoing labour strike.


What’s open on Good Friday?


  • Loblaws on Carlton Street from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.

  • Rabba Fine Foods locations

  • Most major attractions, including the CN Tower, Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada and the Royal Ontario Museum.

  • The High Park Animal Display

  • Select Shoppers Drug Stores and Rexall locations

  • Some shopping centres

  • GO Transit will operate on a Sunday schedule

  • The TTC will operate on a holiday schedule


Most stores, offices and facilities will be open on Saturday, March 30.


What’s closed on Easter Sunday?


  • Most grocery stores

  • The Beer Store

  • The LCBO

  • Library services

  • The St. Lawrence Market

  • Most shopping malls


What’s open on Easter Sunday?


  • Loblaws on Carlton Street from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

  • Rabba Fine Foods locations

  • The CF Eaton Centre

  • The High Park Animal Display

  • Conservatories

  • Toronto history museums

  • Regularly scheduled drop-in programs and community centre activities

  • Most attractions, including the CN Tower, Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada and the Ontario Science Centre


What’s open on Easter Monday?


  • The LCBO, under reduced hours at select locations

  • Most tourist attractions, including the CN Tower, Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada and the Ontario Science Centre

  • Most cultural attractions

  • The St. Lawrence Market


What’s closed on Easter Monday?


  • Government offices

  • Public schools

  • Library services

  • Canada Post mail collection and delivery services


  

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