Remembrance Day Toronto

Road closures and TTC changes for Remembrance Day 2019 in Toronto

Remembrance Day 2019 is Monday, November 11 and Toronto will host a number of ceremonies that commemorate those who served and continue to serve Canada at home and overseas. 

As a result of those ceremonies, there will be some road closures that will be in effect during the day. If you aren't able to attend the ceremonies and need to drive around the city on Monday morning, here's what you need to know.

Old City Hall Service

The following closures will be in place from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Monday.

  • Bay St. between Dundas St. West and Richmond St. West.
  • Queen St. West between Yonge St. and Osgoode Ln.
  • James St. between Queen St. West and Albert St.

Local access only will be provided on Bay St., southbound only, from Dundas St. West to Albert St., with Albert Street temporarily converted to a two-way street.

Queen's Park Service

The following closures will be in place from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on November 11.

  • Queen’s Park Cres. East between College St. and Wellesley St. West.
  • Queen’s Park Cres. West between College St. and Hoskin Ave.
  • Grosvenor St. between Queen’s Park Cres. East and Surrey Pl.
  • Wellesley St. West between Queen’s Park Cres. East and Queen’s Park Cres West. 

TTC service will also be pausing for two minutes on Remembrance Day so don't be surprised if you're taking transit and things come to a complete stop.

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David Timchuck


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