What's open and closed on Easter Sunday 2015 in Toronto:
- Government offices (post offices, City Hall and others) will be closed.
- Banks will be closed with most resuming service on Monday.
- Toronto Public Library branches will be closed.
- The TTC and GO Transit will operate on the standard Sunday schedule.
- Most shopping malls (Yorkdale, Fairview, Sherway Gardens, Scarborough Town Centre, Vaughan Mills) and retail stores will be closed - although there's usually some unexpected openings, so call ahead.
- The Eaton Centre - open 12pm to 5pm
- Pacific Mall - open 11am to 8pm
Major chains and grocers like No Frills, Fresh Co., Loblaws, Metro, T&T, Pusateri's, and Bloor Street Market will be closed, with a few confirmed exceptions listed below:
- Loblaws at Maple Leaf Gardens (60 Carlton St.) - open 10am to 6pm
- Metro (444 Yonge St.) - open from 9am
- Arz Fine Foods (1909 Lawrence Ave. East) - 8am to 8pm
- Rabba's (various locations) - open 24 hours
- Food Depot (155 Dupont St., at Davenport) - open 24 hours
- Bloor Superfresh (384 Bloor St. West) - open 24 hours
- Kitchen Table (10 Queens Quay West) - 6am to 12am
- Kitchen Table (389 Spadina Rd.) - 7am to 12am
- Kitchen Table (595 Bay St., at Atrium on Bay) - 6:30am to 12am
- Kitchen Table (705 King St. W.) - 6am to 2am
- Galleria Supermarket (865 York Mills) - open 7am to 12am
Call ahead to restaurants as many are taking the day off at their own discretion.
See also: 10 restaurants to eat Easter brunch in Toronto for 2015
- All Beer Stores and LCBO stores are closed.
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