Government offices and banks will be closed, but the majority of stores will stay open
Wondering what will open in Montreal on Thanksgiving Monday? Wonder no more.
grocery stores and public markets will largely be open, as will most shopping centers and pharmacies.
And SQDC SAQ stores will be open unless the outlet is in the mall closed.
public transportation will run on a holiday schedule, so check before you leave your house.
If the garbage and recycling picked up on Monday, it was business as usual. In Montréal-Nord, the green waste collection has been met on Tuesday.
Thanksgiving marks the last day of the summer schedule for eco centers Montreal – they will be open 8: 00-18: 00, but after that, they moved to the winter schedule, when they are closed Sundays and Mondays.
Arenas, swimming pools, sports centers, and libraries will operate in accordance with the schedule set by the borough.
Most outdoor tennis courts open, while the majority of the library and an indoor pool is closed.
Most of the Montreal museum is closed on Mondays, and the Biodome was closed for renovations, but the other’s Space Life Museum – Rio Tinto Alcan Planetarium, Botanical Garden and Insectarium – will open.
TAZ skatepark will be open 10: 00-21: 00
La Ronde will be open from 11:00 to 9 p.m (but you might want to go before your big Thanksgiving dinner? Just a thought).
the provincial park will also be open if you want to get outside and enjoy the mild weather. (There is a chance of rain, however).
Also open – advance poll, until 09:00 To find your assigned polling locations, check your voter identification card, go to the Elections Canada website or call 1-800-463-6868.
So what’s closed?
Government buildings, post offices, courthouses, and banks will be closed.
City and borough offices will be closed Monday, although some municipal services will be in operation.
The Claude-Robillard sports complex will be closed too.
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