What's open and closed in Toronto over the Thanksgiving long weekend

Oct 7 2020, 8:46 pm

Whether you’re planning a Thanksgiving dinner and need a last-minute item or are looking for something to do and need to know what’s open and closed on the holiday Monday, we’ve got you covered.

Per usual, government offices including Canada Post offices and city hall will be closed along with banks and libraries.

See what else is open and closed this Thanksgiving Monday in Toronto:

It’s important to note when indoors, a mask or face covering must be worn at all times. And when enjoying outdoor spaces, remember to physically distance with anyone outside of your social circle. Frequent hand washing and sanitization is also recommended by public health.



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The TTC will operate on its holiday service with subway and most routes starting at 6 am. Any routes that do not normally operate on Sundays, will not operate on Thanksgiving.



Photo courtesy of Gardiner Museum.

Grocery Stores


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While many grocery stores will be closed on Thanksgiving Monday, these grocery stores will be open:

Malls Open



Malls Closed

Keep in mind select malls will be closed this Thanksgiving Monday including; Yorkdale Shopping Centre, Scarborough Town CentreCF Fairview Mall, CF Sherway GardensYorkville Village, and Dufferin Mall.




All LCBO locations will be closed on Thanksgiving Monday so make sure to stock up.

The Beer Store



Select Beer Store locations will be open on the holiday Monday across Toronto, and the rest of the GTA. You can find the full list here.

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