We get to enjoy the second long weekend in a row here in Montreal thanks to last week's St. Jean Baptiste festivities. This week, Canada Day is upon us and in Montreal, that means one thing — moving day.\nThough, if you're not moving, Canada Day is a perfect day for a popsicle or for a relaxing day at the beach and at night, catch the incredible fireworks display at the Old Port.\nThough less restrictive than last weekend, Canada Day in Montreal still comes with a set of closures and delays that are important to know about. Check this out before you go out!\nGovernment Offices\nView this post on Instagram This 5-storey, 17th-century office of the mayor is a very interesting architecture building that has full of history in Montréal. The decoration at night is awesome. They light up the building with different colors every night. Also, Place Jacques Cartier is just around the corner and always full of attractions, stores and restaurants. Just beware of obvious tourist trap places when you walk around the area. Nevertheless, this building is a magnificent piece of art. You must go if you're in Montréal! 🇨🇦 . . #montréal #livingthedream #travelmen #lovetravel #f4f #gallery_of_splash #followforfollow #traveldiary #colorful #travelshots #bevisuallyinspired#awesomeglobe #travelstoke #instatravel #globetrotter #instafollow #gaymen #whenincanada #québec #montrealers A post shared by Prince JM (@princejmworldadventures) on Jun 15, 2018 at 9:22am PDT\nAll government offices including the federal, provincial, and municipal branches across the city will be closed on Monday.\nGarbage and Recycling Collection\nView this post on Instagram My neighbour recycling container. #loverecycling #recycledart #recyclage #montrealrecycling #greenplanet #villemariemontreal A post shared by Luna Lilia (@pausecollage) on Apr 10, 2018 at 5:17pm PDT\nPraise be to the city's garbage collectors because moving day is sure to be messy. Garbage, bulky waste, and recycling collection will continue as usual except in Lasalle and Outremont. Ecocentres will be closed, however.\nShopping\nView this post on Instagram welcome ⭐️ A post shared by 550 Insider (@550insider) on Apr 2, 2019 at 4:00pm PDT\nExpect all the shopping malls and some retail stores to be closed on Monday. Make sure to call ahead if you're planning on going shopping.\nSupermarkets, as well as the Jean-Talon and Atwater Markets, will remain open.\nPublic Transit\nView this post on Instagram Le design des bancs de la station Acadie (dessinés par le designer Michel Morelli) s’inspire des porte-bagages que l’on retrouvait autrefois dans les tramways. Savez-vous dans quel film on a pu les apercevoir? 🤔 #stminfo #stm #mtlmetro #mtlunderground #metrostation #montreal A post shared by STM Mouvement collectif (@stminfo) on Mar 6, 2019 at 3:42pm PST\nThe Société de transport de Montréal, the Société de transport de Laval, and the Réseau de transport de Longueuil will be running on altered schedules.\nEXO train lines will run on weekend schedules. The Deux-Montagnes, Mascouche, and Candiac train lines will not be running on Monday.\nSociété des alcools du Québec (SAQ)\nView this post on Instagram SAQ Maisonneuve... Gins du monde entier. #gin #gingin #gingingin #ginlovers🍸 #ginaddict #gincollection #gincollector #ginstagram #instagin A post shared by Véronique (@rolande_blanchard) on Mar 20, 2019 at 10:22am PDT\nGood news for those hosting a Canada Day barbeque, the SAQ will be open on Monday. Most independent retail outlets will be open but if you live near an SAQ that's in a mall, you'll be out of luck.\nBanks\nView this post on Instagram TD is gay. :) 🌈 A post shared by Alex (@alex_199322) on Aug 10, 2018 at 2:36pm PDT\nAll major banks will be closed on Canada Day.\nREAD ALSO: 18 Things To Do This Canada Day Weekend In Montreal\nParking\nView this post on Instagram Finally paid off all my parking tickets, good freaken riddance. Swear they had to cut a tree just for me. #wasteofmoney #montrealparkingsucks #montreal #parking #itsover #allcaughtup A post shared by Sean Proulx (@sean_void) on Sep 20, 2015 at 6:47pm PDT\nParking restrictions will remain as usual on Monday.\nEntertainment\nView this post on Instagram Charlotte 👌💕🎵 #festivaldejazz #thursdaynights #montreal A post shared by Gagnon (@estgag) on Jun 28, 2019 at 3:56am PDT\nThe Botanical Garden and the Rio Tinto Alcan Planetarium will be open all day. The Montreal Jazz Fest will also be in full swing. Most museums will be open as well.\nBorough community centres will remain open at their discretion. Call ahead to find out.\nHappy Canada Day, Montreal!