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What's open and closed on Family Day in Toronto 2013

Posted by Alexandra Grigorescu / February 14, 2013


  • Some malls such as Fairview Mall and Yorkdale Mall
  • All LCBO stores, Wine Rack, and Beer Store locations
  • Banks
  • Schools
  • Libraries
  • Municipal buildings
  • Most major grocery stores, such as Loblaws and No Frills


  • Most post offices not located in closed retail outlets
  • Most malls, including Eaton Centre (10 am-6pm), Vaughan Mills (10am-7pm), Pacific Mall, and Square One (11am-6pm)
  • Attractions like the AGO (10am-4pm), ROM, CN Tower, Toronto Zoo, and Ontario Science Centre
  • Public skating rinks
  • Steam Whistle Brewery
  • Some grocery stores such as Sobeys, Food Depot, Rabba grocery stores, some Kitchen Table locations, Bloor Superfresh, and Pusateri's in Yorkville (7:30am-6pm)


The TTC will operate on holiday service (Sunday service with a start of 6AM)



VPL / February 15, 2013 at 09:15 am
Vaughan Public Libraries is open on Family Day! Visit Maple Library, Pierre Berton Resource Library or Bathurst Clark Resource Library between 1-5 p.m. for board games, activity sheets and to borrow items.
Rusty Brown / February 15, 2013 at 10:34 am
Toronto Stock Exchange? Open? Closed?
Not helpful!
Tai C / February 15, 2013 at 02:10 pm
TSX closed. See
Moi / February 18, 2013 at 05:08 am
Canada Post IS delivering mail on Family Day:
FYI why CanadaPost does not celebrate Family Day for those interested, Article 21 of our Collective Agreement lists the Designated Holidays which were negotiated. Canada Post Corporation falls under federal laws and federal holidays. The only exception to the general rule has to do with June 24, which is observed by Canada Post employees in Quebec, whereas the remainder of Canada Post employees throughout Canada get a day off for Civic Holidays in early August.
Mike / February 18, 2013 at 11:23 am
What about Costco ?
jaydubyu / February 18, 2013 at 02:41 pm
Only coffee shop I've noticed open in Financial District is Starbucks at York and Adelaide.
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