What's open and closed Easter weekend in Oakville, Burlington, and Milton
It’s Easter weekend in Oakville, Burlington and Milton.
This year, Easter Weekend in 2021 is Good Friday (April 2), Easter Sunday (April 3) and Easter Monday (April 4) in the Halton-area. Almost everything that is closed Friday is closed Sunday.
While Halton is currently in the red zone of the province’s colour-coded framework, some things that are typically open in the region over Easter weekend will be closed this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Without further ado, here’s what will be open and closed this year on Easter weekend in Halton Region.
- Mapleview Centre
- Burlington Centre
- Oakville Place
- Beer Store
- Oakville community centres/arenas/pools
- Oakville Museum
- All Milton town facilities will be closed
- City Hall/Town Hall
- Halton Court Services
Other major malls closed:
- Bramalea City Centre
- Square One
- Sherway Gardens
- Vaughan Mills
- Some restaurants might be open for dining in, takeout and delivery, but call ahead to be sure
- Some smaller grocery stores, such as Rabba grocery stores
- Most Shoppers Drug Marts
- Oakville Transit will run on a holiday schedule on Friday (regular weekday service resumes Monday)
- Burlington Transit will run on a holiday schedule and the downtown Transit Terminal and Specialized (Handi-Van) Dispatch will be closed on Friday. Regular service will resume on Saturday. For real-time schedule information, visit www.burlingtontransit.ca.
- Milton Transit will not operate on Friday
- GO Transit will run on a Sunday schedule on Friday
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