Please note: As of January 14, a Stay at Home order is in effect for all of Ontario. This means you must stay at home and only go out for necessities including getting food, going to work, and getting exercise. Learn more about Ontario’s Stay at Home order here. If you go out, maintain the six-feet physical distancing guidelines and wear a mask.
As Toronto continues to operate under a lockdown, there’s not much one can do this Family Day.
With the current Stay at Home orders, residents must not leave their house for non-essential purposes. However, if you have to go to the grocery store, pharmacy, or even the LCBO, it’s nice to know what is and isn’t open on the public holiday.
Just remember to keep your two-metre distance from those not in your household, always wear a mask inside and when physical distancing isn’t possible outside, and bring that hand sanitizer with you.
Here’s what’s open — and what’s not — on Monday, February 15:
The TTC will operate on holiday service with subway — and most other — routes starting at 6 am. Any routes that do not normally operate on Sundays will not operate on Family Day.
While many will be closed on Family Day, these grocery stores will be open:
- Loblaws (60 Carlton Street): 7 am to 8 pm
- Rabba (various locations): open 24 hours
- Food Depot (155 Dupont Street): 7 am to 12 am
- The Kitchen Table (various locations): Call your nearest location for hours
- Pusateri’s (57 Yorkville Avenue): 8 am to 6 pm; (1539 Avenue Road) 8 am to 6 pm
- Galleria Supermarket (7040 Yonge Street): 24 hours; (865 York Mills Road) 7 am to 10 pm; (558 Yonge Street) 8 am to 1o pm; (351 Bloor Street) 8 am to 10 pm
- Shoppers Drug Mart: Various locations have different hours on Family Day. To see the closest location to you, go here.
- Rexall: Various locations have different hours on Family Day. To see the closest location to you, go here.
All LCBO stores will be closed on Family Day. However, where permitted by local municipalities, some LCBO Convenience Outlets may be open for regular hours.
Malls and attractions
During the lockdown, all malls and attractions are closed. However, there may be some essential stores in malls that are still open.
Some non-essential businesses are offering curbside pick-up or delivery.