What's open and closed in Toronto on Family Day

Feb 11 2020, 12:34 pm

Family Day in Toronto means there’s a whole extra day of sleeping in this weekend, indulging in late-morning eggs and bacon, and overall just taking it easy.

Oh yeah, it also means spending quality time with your loved ones.

Regardless of who you plan on spending the upcoming long weekend with, this guide will come in handy should you run out of milk, or choose to leave the house for any other reason on the stat holiday.

Here’s what’s open — and what’s not — on Monday, February 17:


TTC Closure

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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.


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Grocery stores

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While many will be closed on Family Day, these grocery stores will be open:

  • Loblaws (60 Carlton Street): 8 am to 8 pm
  • Rabba (various locations): open 24 hours
  • Food Depot (155 Dupont Street): open 24 hours
  • The Kitchen Table (various locations): Call your nearest location for hours.
  • Pusateri’s (Saks Food Hall, 176 Yonge Street) 11 am to 7 pm; (57 Yorkville Avenue): 9 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 midnight; (558 Yonge Street) 8 am to 11 pm; (351 Bloor Street) 7 am to midnight




  • 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.
  • Some local craft breweries will be open, but calling ahead is advised.


Toronto shopping Centres

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