What’s Open and Closed Canada Day in Mississauga

 

This year, Canada Day falls on Wednesday, July 1, 2020.

This Canada Day, some things that are typically open will be closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic and there will be no major public events due to physical distancing restrictions and bans on large gatherings.

Residents can purchase fireworks for private celebrations, but should note that gatherings of more than 10 people are currently not permitted by the province of Ontario.

Residents can also check out Mississauga’s first-ever virtual Canada Day celebration

Here’s what is open and closed this Canada Day:


What’s open and closed Canada Day:

Open:

  • Square One Shopping Centre is open from 11 am to 7 pm, but some stores and restaurants might still be closed
  • Wal-mart Supercentre will be open at Square One
  • Whole Foods Market Square One (10 am to 7 pm)
  • The Food District at Square One is open, but some vendors might still be closed
  • Rabba grocery stores
  • T&T Supermarket on Central Parkway
  • Most Shoppers Drug Marts
  • Most restaurants that operate on holidays will be open, but call ahead to be sure and remember that restaurants are only permitted to provide takeout, delivery and outdoor patio seating
  • Celebration Square is open, but no event will be held due to COVID-19
  • Splash pads (except Huron Park and Frank McKechnie due to construction)
  • For emergencies related to food, emergency shelter, medication or personal support, call the Region of Peel at 905-453-1300
  • For Peel Living maintenance requests, contact the 24-hour request line at 905-790-7335

Other major malls that are open:

  • Toronto Premium Outlets (11 am to 7 pm)
  • Bramalea City Centre (11 am to 6 pm)
  • Vaughan Mills (11 am to 6 pm)
  • Eaton Centre (11 am to 7 pm)
  • Pacific Mall 

Closed:

  • Erin Mills Town Centre 
  • Heartland Town Centre 
  • Dixie Outlet Mall
  • Banks
  • Libraries (libraries are currently closed due to COVID-19, but some have begun offering curbside pickup)
  • Community Centres (which are mostly closed to the public due to COVID-19)
  • Government offices (all levels)
  • City Hall
  • Canada Post (there will be no mail pick-up or delivery)
  • LCBO 
  • Beer Store 
  • Region of Peel offices and non-emergency services, such as Access Peel, Early Years and Child Care Services, Emergency Child Care Centres, Healthy Sexuality (Fairview), Peel Living, Ontario Works in Peel and the Peel Works Needle Exchange Program (PWNEP) Mobile Van
  • Peel Community Recycling Centres
  • Garbage will be picked up one day later

Other Major Malls That Are Closed:

  • Sherway Gardens
  • Yorkdale Shopping Centre 

 Transit

  • Mississauga Transit/MiWay will operate on a holiday schedule
  • Go Transit will run on a Saturday Schedule
  • TransHelp - Specific trips for Wednesday, July 1 (Canada Day) and Thursday, July 2 must be booked by 6 p.m. on Tuesday, June 30.
  • *Transit riders should note that MiWay and GO Transit have already reduced service levels as a result of the pandemic

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