What's Open And Closed On Victoria Day In Toronto

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What's Open And Closed On Victoria Day In Toronto

Happy long weekend Toronto! May 24 is finally here. Enjoy the sunshine and good times with loved ones this weekend!

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Planning on being in the city this long weekend? Take a look at this list of places that are open and closed on Monday May 22nd. 

Shopping:

Eaton Centre: 10am - 6pm

Yorkdale Mall: Closed

Sherway Gardens: Closed

Transit:

TTC: Holiday Hours: On these days, all TTC routes will operate on their Sunday service schedules, 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: Saturday Schedule: Saturday Schedule or Sunday Schedule means service on these days will run according to the Saturday or Sunday schedule specified in the schedule for each route.

Grocery:

Most No Frills, Loblaws and Sobey's will be closed. The 777 Bay St Sobey's WILL be open.

Necessities: 

LCBO: Closed

Beer Store: Closed. Select locations will have extended hours Saturday May 21st.

Attractions:

AGO: Closed

ROM: 11am - 5:30pm

Ripley's Aquarium: 9am - 11pm

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