Thanksgiving weekend is upon us, Toronto! While Saturday and Sunday of the long weekend might have many more options open, keep in mind Monday sees many closures. It is really a day to go hard on that turkey, then sit in a turkey coma, so why in the world should you really be doing anything else on the Monday?

That being said, get all your errands and activities out of the way on the first two days, or you might be hitting one very difficult patch! Here's everything you need to know about what's opened and what's closed this long weekend.

Food

Costco- CLOSED on Monday

Walmart Superstores - CLOSED on Monday

Metro- Most stores closed, check your local store here

Loblaws- Most stores closed, check you local store here

Sobey's- CLOSED on Monday

No Frills- CLOSED on Monday

Bloor Street Market- OPEN on Monday, 11am-6pm

For Alcohol

LCBO- CLOSED on Monday

The Beer Store- CLOSED on Monday

Things To Do 

Royal Ontario Museum- OPEN, 10am-5:30pm

Art Gallery of Ontario- OPEN, 10:30am-4pm

Hockey Hall of Fame- OPEN, 10am-5pm

Ripley's Aquarium of Canada- OPEN, 9am-11pm

Toronto Zoo- OPEN, 9:30am-6pm

Canada's Wonderland- CLOSED

Cineplex Movie Theaters- OPEN, hours and locations vary, click here for details

Malls

The Eaton Centre- OPEN, 10am-6pm

Vaughan Mills- OPEN, 10am-7pm

Yorkville Village- OPEN, 10am-6pm

Yorkdale Mall- CLOSED

Scarborough Town Center- CLOSED

Fairview Mall- CLOSED

Getting Around The City

GO Transit- running on Sunday schedule

TTC- Monday runs on holiday service

Government Services

Mail - NO mail delivery or pick up on Monday

Libraries - CLOSED

City of Toronto offices- CLOSED