What’s open and closed on Canada Day 2021
This year’s Canada Day will be overshadowed by the COVID-19 outbreak, with no fireworks displays scheduled and most tourist attractions shuttered.
The good news is that, as part of Ontario’s reopening strategy, a wide range of outdoor activities are now authorised. Step two allows shopping malls to open, albeit most will be closed due to the holiday.
Here’s all you need to know about Canada Day:
• Outdoor swimming pools (the capacity of Toronto’s 58 outdoor pools has been expanded by 50%).
• Wading pools and splash pads
• Golf courses are available.
• Riverdale Farm is a farm in Riverdale, New York.
• zoo in High Park
• The zoo in Toronto
• Island Park in Toronto
• The majority of beaches (Marie Curtis Park East Beach, Sunnyside Beach and Cherry Beach are closed due to unsafe levels of E. coli)
• Locations of Beer Stores (84 across the province are open)
• Premium Outlets of Toronto (9:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.)
The Eaton Centre in Toronto (11 a.m. to 7 p.m.)
• Every LCBO location
• Postal services
• Financial institutions
• Governmental establishments
• Public libraries
• Community centres and indoor pools
• The majority of tourist attractions
* The majority of supermarkets
• Sherway Gardens, Scarborough Town Centre, and Yorkdale Retail Centre are among the most popular shopping malls.
• The Market on St. Lawrence
The TTC is running on a holiday schedule, while GO Transit is running on a Sunday timetable.