What's Open and Closed Victoria Day Monday in Mississauga


This year, Victoria Day in Mississauga falls on Monday, May 24, 2021.

This year, many things that are typically open will be closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Because Mississauga remains under a stay-at-home order, private indoor gatherings are not permitted and outdoor gatherings are also restricted. 

Restaurants will still not be permitted to offer patio or dine-in service, but some might be open for takeout and delivery. 

Here’s what is open and closed this long weekend:


  • Square One is closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic but some essential stores are open and others are allowing curbside pick-up
  • Erin Mills Town Centre, which is typically closed on Victoria Day, has closed all non-essential shops due to the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Dixie Outlet Mall, which is typically closed on Victoria Day, has closed all non-essential shops due to the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Heartland Town Centre and other power centres (some restaurants might be open for takeout and delivery, but call ahead to be sure)
  • Most major grocery stores 
  • Other major GTA malls, such as Toronto Premium Outlets, Bramalea City Centre, Vaughan Mills, Sherway Gardens, Yorkdale, and the Eaton Centre are closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic (although some essential stores might stay open and others might be offering curbside pickup, but call ahead to be sure)
  • Government offices 
  • City Hall 
  • Banks
  • Libraries and Community Centres (which are currently closed due to COVID-19)
  • LCBO
  • Most Beer Store locations
  • Canada Post (no mail pick-up or delivery)
  • Movie theatres are closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic

Region of Peel Services:

  • Access Peel Counters
  • Early Years and Child Care Services
  • Healthy Sexuality (Fairview)
  • Peel Living Office
  • Ontario Works in Peel
  • Needle Exchange Program Mobile Van
  • Family Health Call Centre


  • Mississauga Transit/MiWay will operate on a holiday schedule and some routes will not operate due to low customer demand
  • GO Transit will run on a Sunday schedule
  • TransHelp - All trips for Monday, May 24 and Tuesday, May 25, must be booked by 6 p.m. on Sunday, May 23. Contact TransHelp at transhelp [at] peelregion [dot] ca or 905-791-1015 with any questions.


  • Garbage will be picked up one day later
  • Community Recycling Centres will be closed


  • Vaccination clinics: Vaccination clinics continue to be open, by appointment only, for those who are eligible to receive the vaccine. To find out what priority group is being vaccinated or to book your appointment, visit: COVID-19 vaccine.
  • Whole Foods Market Square One: 10 am - 6 pm
  • Walmart Supercentre at Square One: 11 am to 7 pm
  • T&T Supermarket
  • Some smaller grocery stores, such as Rabba grocery stores
  • Most Shoppers Drug Marts, but call ahead to be sure
  • Some Beer Store locations (2925 Eglinton Ave. W. and 1550 Dundas St. E.)
  • Local parks and trails
  • Some restaurants will be open for takeout and delivery only, so be sure to call before heading out
  • For emergencies related to food, emergency shelter, medication or personal support, call the Region of Peel at 905-791-7800
  • For Peel Living maintenance requests, contact the 24-hour request line at 905-790-7335

Outdoor Recreation

Effective Saturday, May 22 the following will be permitted to reopen:

  • Golf courses and driving ranges
  • Tennis and basketball courts
  • Baseball diamonds and batting cages
  • Soccer and other sports fields
  • Lawn bowling and bocce
  • Marinas
  • BMX and skate parks

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