I think everyone is ready for the long weekend full of celebrations, events, and Canadian pride! Even though Fête Nationale was only last week, who's going to complain about another weekend to relax and enjoy some festivities.\nREAD ALSO: Adam Sandler Crashes A Wedding In Downtown Montreal\nThe only downside to this long weekend is the intense heatwave we're expecting to hit all of Eastern Canada. So far, no events in Montreal have been canceled yet due to the upcoming weath, fingers crossed!\nAs with most holidays, most stores and businesses are going to be closed this long weekend. Taking the weather into mind as well, most of us will probably be staying indoors with our A/C on the highest setting.\nYou're going to want to take note of all the stores closed this weekend, as many places don't even open until July 2. Check out this list of everything that'll be closed this weekend and have fun on your holidays!\nClosed on Canada Day, and Monday, July 2nd:\nMunicipal courts are closed across Canada\nAll banks are closed.\nProvincial and federal government offices\nShopping Malls\n\n \n\nMost retail stores will close - bookstores, flower stores, and antique shops can remain open if they choose to. \n\n\nMost private sectors will be closed\nMost post offices will be closed - some private sector post offices (pharmacies, grocery stores) can stay open if they choose.\nAlthough many stores are closed this Sunday and Monday for Canada Day lots of things will stay open and be available for you to enjoy as well.\nOpen on Canada Day, and Monday, July 2nd:\n311, the city of Montreal's information hotline\nDépanneurs - hours at owners discretion. \nRetail stores and grocery in train stations, tourist destinations, cultural centers, airports, and hospitals remain open. \nSome pharmacies - check your local hours. \nSmaller grocery stores/supermarkets can open for holiday hours at their discretion\nBookstores, flower stores, and antique shops can stay open.\nSAQ stores will be open unless they're located inside a mall.\nMovie theatres\nHair salons, restaurants and gas stations can open at owner's discretion.\nArenas, swimming pools, gyms, and sports centers remain mostly open. Certain sectors will be closed. Consult 311 for more information.\nAdditionally, all these Montreal attractions will be open this holiday long weekend, too. So there will be plenty to do!\nBonsecours Market\nPointe-à Callière Archaeology & History Museum\nMontreal's beaches\nParc Jean-Drapeau's attractions\nMontreal Biodome\nMontreal Museum of Fine Arts\nMontreal Botanical Gardens\nMontreal Insectarium\nMontreal Science Centre\nMontreal Planetarium\npublic markets/farmers markets\nCanada Day in Montreal is also known as city-wide moving day. Leases renew and many end up leaving a ton of goodies and hidden gems out on the curb or bring them to thrift shops, so keep an eye out this weekend and have some fun finding!\nFor tips and deals to help your move this July, 1st, check this out.