What's open and closed in Toronto this Victoria Day weekend
What's open and closed in Toronto this Victoria Day weekend
Get your fireworks ready: Ontario is set to celebrate Victoria Day this weekend.
This year, the holiday itself falls on May 23.
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Here’s what’s open and closed across the city on that day:
- The TTC will run on a Sunday service schedule, but will start earlier, at approximately 6 a.m. Any routes that do not normally operate on Sundays, will not operate on the holiday
- GO Transit will operate on a Saturday schedule during the holiday. Riders are encouraged to check the GO Transit website for specific service adjustments
- Fireworks at Ashbridges Bay
- The CN Tower
- Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada
- The Hockey Hall of Fame
- Canada’s Wonderland
- The Art Gallery of Ontario
- The Ontario Science Centre
- The Aga Khan Museum
- The Toronto Zoo
- Casa Loma
- CF Toronto Eaton Centre
- Pacific Mall
- Square One
- CF Markville
- Vaughan Mills
LCBO AND BEER STORE HOURS FOR VICTORIA DAY
- Most Beer Stores will be closed Monday, but a select few will remain open for the Holiday Monday and can be found here
- All LCBO locations will be closed on Victoria Day
- Government offices
- Most banks
- Most grocery stores
- Mail services
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