Guys, it's finally Christmas! I know I keep saying that fall is my favourite time of the year, but that's a little bit of a lie. It's actually a very, very, very close second to the holiday season.\nREAD ALSO: 11 Montreal Places For The Best Ice Skating This Winter\nThe holidays are pure magic, IMO. And no matter what you celebrate - or don't - around this time of the year, I hope you have an awesome end to 2016. Oh, and just in case you need to know what's open and closed on Christmas day in Montreal? No worries. I got you, fam.\nWhat's Open\nSome pharmacies (call to make sure) \tMovie theatres \tThe casino \tMost skating rinks (like the Old Port skating rink and the Atrium 1000) \tThe STM will run on a Sunday schedule \tAMT trains will run on weekend schedules (check the website for more information) \tThe Montreal Science Centre will remain open\nWhat's Closed\nBanks \tMost government (federal and provincial) offices \tMunicipal courts and most city offices \tMalls \tSome grocery stores \tSome restaurants (make sure to call ahead to make sure) \tRetail stores (like IKEA, Wal Mart, etc) \tGarbage pickup might be interrupted in your area (call to make sure) \tThe SAQ (I know, you guys. I know.) \tThe Insectarium, Botanical Gardens, Biodome, and Planterium are closed on Christmas day \tThe Montreal Museum of Fine Arts and Pointe-à-Callière Museum will be closed \tPublic markets (like Marche Jean-Talon and Atwater Market) are closed\nAdd mtlblog on Snapchat.