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What's open and closed Easter Sunday 2017 in Toronto

What's open and closed Easter Sunday 2017 in Toronto might have a few surprises in store when it comes to attractions and activities. Much of the city will be closed for the day, but there are a host of cultural institutions that are open and some stores should they be needed.

Here's what's open and closed on Easter Sunday in Toronto.

General
 
Closed
  • Municipal buildings
  • Banks
  • Libraries
  • Canada Post office
Open
  • The TTC will operate on a holiday service schedule

Saks Food Hall Toronto

Saks Food Hall will be open on Easter Sunday. Photo by Hector Vasquez.

Food
 
Closed
  • It's worth calling ahead to restaurants before heading out.
  • Most major grocery chains will be closed on Easter Sunday with a few confirmed exceptions listed below.
Open

Rainhard Brewing Toronto

Rainhard Brewing is one of a number of craft brewers open on the holiday. Photo by Hector Vasquez.

Drink
 
Closed
  • LCBO
  • Beer Store
Open
  • For a complete list of indie bottle shops in Toronto, see this directory. Holiday hours are provided where applicable but we advise calling ahead to confirm.
Malls
 
Closed
  • Bayview Village
  • CF Fairview Mall
  • Dufferin Mall
  • Scarborough Town Centre
  • Sherway Gardens
  • Yorkdale Shopping Centre
  • CF Promenade
  • Hillcrest Mall
  • Square One Shopping Centre
  • Vaughan Mills
  • CF Markville
Open

AGO Toronto

The AGO will be open for those in search of cultural edification. Photo by Alex Pino.

Attractions
 
Closed
  • Canada's Wonderland
Open
Lead photo by

Ryan Bolton


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