What’s Open and Closed on Sept 30 in Brampton for National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

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Published September 28, 2021 at 9:18 am

Brampton city hall, along with libraries, will be closed on Thursday, Sept. 30, in recognition of the federal National Day for Truth and Reconciliation holiday.

Most city services, however, will operate as usual, including fire and emergency services, traffic, bylaw enforcement, road operations and security services.

The Every Child Matters flag was raised Monday in Brampton to recognize the week and will fly until Friday, Oct. 1. On Thursday, flags at city hall will be lowered to half-mast and the Brampton city hall clock tower will be lit orange.

Brampton Transit will operate on a mostly-normal weekday schedule, with the following routes being cancelled:

  • 501A/ 501C Züm Queen (Note: 501 Züm Queen is still operating)
  • 561 Züm Queen West
  • 18B Dixie (18 Dixie is still operating)
  • 21 Heart Lake
  • 36 Gardenbrooke
  • 40 Central Industrial
  • 58 Financial Drive
  • 65 Seniors Shopper
  • 92 Bramalea GO
  • 104 Chinguacousy Express
  • 185 Dixie Express

Customer service counters at terminals will be open.

Select Brampton recreation centres will remain open for registered programming or visits by pre-reservation. For more information on all recreation programs and services visit here.

The Brampton Animal Shelter will be closed.

Also open are most restuarants (but call ahead to be sure), grocery stores, drugstores and major malls.

Closed are banks, LCBO offices, government offices and post offices.

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