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What’s Open and Closed in Toronto on New Year’s Day

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The time has finally come. The end of 2021 will soon be here.

And while the current province-wide restrictions will surely make ringing in the new year feel a little different this year, here’s what you need to know as you navigate the city on New Year’s Day.

New Year’s Day means most businesses and services will be closed across the city, however, select grocery stores, pharmacies, attractions, and transit services will remain open.

Here’s your guide to what’s open and closed in Toronto on New Year’s Day.

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What’s Closed:

Services

  • Banks
  • Government office
  • Libraries
  • Post office/mail delivery

Alcohol:

  • All LCBO and Beer Store locations will be closed on January 1.

Malls:

  • Dufferin Mall
  • Bayview Village Shops
  • CF Fairview Mall
  • Scarborough Town Centre
  • Yorkdale Shopping Centre
  • CF Sherway Gardens

What’s Open:

Transit:

  • TTC service will operate on a Sunday schedule, with subway service and most bus routes sarting at 8 am. Keep in mind that any routes that don’t normally operate on Sundays will not operate during the holiday.
  • GO Transit will be running on a Saturday schedule.

Major Malls:

Attractions: 

Grocery stores:

While most major grocery stores will be closed on New Year’s Day, some local stores will remain open. Be sure to call your local store before heading out.

Pharmacies:

  • Shoppers Drug Mart: Various Shoppers Drug Mar locations will have different hours on New Years Day. To see the closest location near you, click here.
  • Rexall: Various locations have different hours on New Years Day. To see the closest location near you, click here.

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