MONTREAL – Here is a list of what’s open and closed on Canada Day.
Federal and provincial government offices, including immigration and unemployment centres
Most city of Montreal offices, including borough offices and Accèss-Montréal’s offices. Click here for more information or call 311.
The municipal court at 775 Gosford Street
The Complexe Sportif Claude Robillard
Most retail stores and malls
Recycling, garbage and large-item pickup will run normally in most boroughs. Click here or or call 311 for details and exceptions.
Supermarket schedules will vary.
Ecocentres will operate on regular summer schedule
Montreal arenas, indoor swimming pools, sports centres, libraries and cultural venues will operate according to schedules set by their boroughs. Check your borough website more information.
Pointe à Callière Museum of Archaeology and History is open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Public markets will be open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Marché Bonsecours will be open 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
The Botanical Garden, Biodôme, Insectarium and Planetarium will operate according to normal hours.
Parking meters and restrictions remain in operation
Société de Transport de Montréal buses will run on a holiday schedule.
Laval buses will operate on a Saturday schedule.
Longueuil buses will run on a Saturday schedule.
AMT commuter trains will run on an alternate schedule.
The Deux-Montagnes and St-Jérôme lines will run on Sunday schedules.
The Vaudreuil-Hudson, Saint-Jerome and Candiac train lines will be closed for maintenance.
Officials closed the lines so workers could perform several updates, including adding a new signal system as well as create a larger platform at the Vendome station.
On Monday, no alternate bus service was provided by AMT transit authorities so commuters had to make alternate plans on local transit.
The service interruption will continue on the Vaudreuil-Hudson line Tuesday, but a special bus service will be offered.