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TTC subways, buses and streetcars will be on holiday schedule Monday. GO Transit will also be running on a holiday schedule for the holiday.


What is open and closed this long weekend:

Transit: TTC subways, buses and streetcars will be on holiday schedule Monday. GO Transit will also be running on a holiday schedule for the holiday.

Grocers: Most major grocery stores will be closed Monday but some locations further away from the city are staying open.

Stores: All LCBO locations will be closed Monday.

The Eaton Centre, Square One and Vaughan Mills will be open. Yorkdale, Fairview Mall, Scarborough Town Centre and Sherway Gardens will be closed Monday.

Services: Most banks, government offices, libra­ries and post offices will be closed for the holiday.

Attractions: The ROM, Toronto Zoo, Ontario Science Centre, Canada’s Wonderland, Ontario Place and the CN Tower are open Monday.

Streets: The Fiera food and music festival running from Saturday afternoon to early Monday may slow traffic in Little Italy. Palmerston Street, Clinton Street and Montrose Avenue north of College as well as College Street from Bathurst Street to Shaw Street will be closed. Italian Walk of Fame will close College Street from Grace Street to Clinton Street 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday.

Brazilian Day Canada at Yonge-Dundas Square Monday will close Yonge Street from Dundas Street to Shuter Street and parts of Victoria Street near the festival.


Update: Zellers stores will not be open Monday. This has been revised in the above article.

 
 
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