What's open on Canada Day 2020 in Toronto will be much different then what we previously saw on previous long weekends during the pandemic. Toronto has officially entered Stage 2 and some restaurant patios, malls and attractions will remain open on July 1.
Here's what's open and closed on Canada Day in Toronto this year.
- Government offices
- Mail delivery
- The TTC will run on a holiday service schedule
All Summerhill Market locations will remain open July 1. Photo by Hector Vasquez.
- Restaurant and bar closures vary by location — Calling ahead for patio service along with takeout and delivery is recommended.
- Most major grocery chains will be closed on Canada Day, with a few confirmed exceptions listed below.
Select bottle shops around the city will remain open for any last minute booze runs. Photo by Hector Vasquez.
- Select indie bottle shops. 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.
- Select bars and restaurants will be selling alcohol for takeout or delivery.
The Toronto Eaton Centre will be open for any shopping needs on Canada Day. Photo by Fareen Karim.
- Bayview Village Shops
- CF Fairview Mall
- CF Sherway Gardens
- Dufferin Mall
- Hillcrest Mall
- Scarborough Town Centre
- Yorkdale Shopping Centre
- Yorkville Village
Ripley's Aquarium of Canada will be one of few attractions open on July 1. Photo by Andrew Williamson.
- Art Gallery of Ontario
- Canada's Wonderland
- CN Tower
- Gardiner Museum
- Hockey Hall of Fame
- Movie theatres
- Ontario Science Centre
- Royal Ontario Museum