Durham Region is seeing some closures on the Civic Holiday (August 3).
Banks, government buildings and post offices are closed. As well, there will be no mail delivery.
All libraries in Durham are closed for the day.
A number of grocery stores and pharmacies are open on reduced hours. You may want to check online or call ahead to make sure your location is open.
The Pickering Town Centre is open from 11 a.m. until 6 p.m.
The Oshawa Centre is open from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m.
If you have a relative staying at Lakeridge Health, you can visit them over the internet. Virtual visits can be scheduled for between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m.
We’re open for virtual visits on Holiday Monday. Before you call to arrange a visit, have a read of our “Guide to Getting Started.” https://t.co/D95ia4A0j1 #StaySafe #PatientExperience pic.twitter.com/joCetD5oYm
— Lakeridge Health (@LakeridgeHealth) August 2, 2020
Durham Region Transit is on a reduced weekend schedule, while GO Transit is on a Saturday schedule and the TTC is on Sunday/holiday hours.
Reminder: today, a weekend level of service will operate. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, bus routes that are currently temporarily suspended will not be operating today. Details available on our Service Alerts and Detours page: https://t.co/fLEA6KJeYh pic.twitter.com/qUeHB9ek4X
— DurhamRegionTransit (@Durham_Transit) August 3, 2020
All LCBOs in Ontario are closed for the holiday.
However, several Beer Stores are open from 11 a.m. until 6 p.m., including:
- 705 Kingston Road, Pickering
- 1355 Kingston Road, Pickering
- 75 Kingston Road East, Ajax
- 3950 Brock Street North, Whitby
- 305 Taunton Road East, Oshawa
- 200 Ritson Road North, Oshawa
- 195 King Street East, Bowmanville
- 677 Queen Street, Port Perry