Many of Durham’s businesses are closing their doors for the holiday Monday.
All libraries in the region will be shuttered.
Banks, government offices and most post offices will be locked up.
There will be no mail delivery.
A large number of grocery stores and pharmacies will be closed for the day. However, you may want to check online to find out about your own local place.
Both the Pickering Town Centre and the Oshawa Centre will be closed.
GO Transit will be operating on a Sunday schedule. The TTC will be running on holiday hours (which are identical to Sunday hours, but begin at 6 a.m.).
Durham Region Transit will follow a weekend schedule, although a number of bus routes remain suspended due to the pandemic.
Some tourist attractions in Toronto have re-opened, although you may need to book your tickets ahead of time.
All Cineplex and Landmark theatres in Durham are screening movies.
All LCBO’s will be closed, just like any Monday during the pandemic.
However, the following Beer Stores will be open (between 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.):
- 95 Commercial Plaza, Ajax
- 3950 Brock Street North, Whitby
- 650 King Street East, Oshawa
- 305 Taunton Road East, Oshawa
- 195 King Street East, Bowmanville
There will be no blue box collection in Oshawa or Whitby on Labour Day. For the rest of the week, people will have to put out their blue boxes one day later than usual.