Here's a short list of what's open and what's closed on Labour Day in Montreal.\nIf you're heading out, make sure to call ahead to your destination to inquire about reduced hours.\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nYes, it's a long weekend! Three uninterrupted days to relax, have fun, and not think for two seconds about things like school or work, or other responsibilities until Tuesday morning. Not to be too depressing but it will be six weeks before we get another official long weekend.\nBut let's focus on the positive! This is usually one of the summer weekends that people are trying to pack in their last days of camping or chalet time. But if you're planning to stay in the city it's good to know what's open and what's closed so you can plan out your Labour Day weekend.\nLabour Day falls on Monday, September 2 this year. The good news is the city doesn't stop being its fun self. There are still a ton of things to do. Most of Montreal's museums are all open if you're looking for a little culture. As are the beaches, La Ronde and the casino.\nAnd phew, the majority of SAQ express locations are also open so you don't have to stock up on alcohol today.\nIf you're planning to get around the city by public transit, double-check the schedule as the STM operates on holiday schedules and it might impact your normal route. Check out their website here.\nIf you're planning to hit any stores or eat at a restaurant, it's best to call first to check hours. So let's take a look at what's open.\nSAQ Express stores will have normal hours. But all but three SAQ classic stores will be closed.\n\n\n311, the city of Montreal’s information hotline \n\n\nHospitals and emergency services\n\n\nDépanneurs and pharmacies\n\n\nMost bars and clubs\n\n\nSome restaurants (this can really be hit and miss as a lot of restaurants aren't open Mondays anyway so make sure to call) and pubs\n\n\nHotels & resorts \n\n\nSmall grocery stores (less than 4,037-sq-ft in size) \n\n\nSwimming pools and sports centres remain open with reduced hours\n\n\nCinemas\n\n\nMontreal Casino (the business that never sleeps)\n\n\nLa Ronde\n\n\nPointe-à-Callière, Montreal’s museum of history and archeology\n\n\nMontreal Museum of Fine Arts\n View this post on Instagram In case y’all were wondering where I’ve been....... Canada 🇨🇦 Ignore the shoes, I forgot to bring extras 😅 A post shared by Erin Telesford (@erin__enchanted) on Aug 30, 2019 at 8:51am PDT\n\nWhat's open continued...\n\n\nMontreal Botanical Gardens and the Gardens of Light\n\n\nMontreal Science Centre and IMAX Theatre\n\n\nMontreal Planetarium\n\n\nPublic and farmers’ markets (like Atwater and Jean-Talon)\n\n\nMarché Bonsecours\n\n\nParking meters (yep you will still have to pay) \n\n\nGarbage and recycling pickups stay on schedule (there are isolated exceptions)\nREAD MORE: IGA Stores In Quebec Are Now Inviting Customers To Bring Their Own Reusable Containers\nAnd here's what's closed:\nBanks\n\n\nCity of Montreal offices, also Quebec provincial and Canadian federal offices\n\n\nMunicipal courthouses and borough offices\n\n\nShopping malls and retail stores \n\n\nPostal service and Canada Post post office\n View this post on Instagram #bank #banque #oldbank #building #architecture #montreal #oldmontreal #vieuxmontreal #stjacquesstreet #ruestjacques A post shared by Hélène (@daphnea1965) on Aug 5, 2017 at 1:26pm PDT\n\nWhat's closed continued...\n\n\nLarge grocery stores and supermarkets \n\n\nMontreal Aquatic Complex, (open over Labour Day weekend, closed Labour Day)\n\n\nMontreal Biodome (closed until December 2019)\n\n\nMontreal Insectarium (closed for renovations until 2020)\nWhether you plan to pack your Monday full of things to do or just chill out at home, enjoy your last free days of summer this Labour Day long weekend!