Open or closed? On the occasion of Canada Day, this Wednesday 1er July, the hours of several establishments are subject to change.
The majority of SAQ branches will be open, the company said.
Retail businesses must close their doors to the public. The majority of pharmacies and supermarkets will be open all day. Small businesses, such as butchers, fruit stores, grocery stores, convenience stores, remain open. The same goes for restaurants, gas stations, bookstores, florists, antique dealers and museums.
The City of Montreal will close certain facilities and modify the schedules for certain services. Thus, the license counters will be closed.
The various collections of waste, recyclable materials and residues remain on schedule in all the boroughs with the exception of Outremont and Montréal-Nord (sector 3). They will be postponed until the next day.
The ecocentres remain open between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. The Botanical Garden will be open.
Note that the automated payment terminals remain chargeable during the Canada Day holiday. Parking prohibition signs must also be observed at all times.
The SQDC businesses will close for the day.
Also closed: stores and large shopping centers, libraries and Canada Post offices.
Banks will be closed on 1er and July 2. Ditto for federal and provincial points of service, such as passport offices or Service Canada centers, and offices of the Société de l’assurance automobile du Québec.
For sports and cultural facilities, the population is invited to communicate directly with the staff of the places concerned before traveling, since the hours vary.
At the Claude-Robillard Sports Complex, only the tennis courts and the athletics track will be accessible.