What’s Open & What’s Closed On Thanksgiving Day 2017 In Montreal

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What’s Open & What’s Closed On Thanksgiving Day 2017 In Montreal

There's just something special about the Thanksgiving holidays.  

The leaves are changing colours every feels cozier and just when we're about to start getting sad that winter is coming, Thanksgiving is there to cheer you up and kick off the holiday season. 

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Plus any holiday where you get a day off is a great holiday in our book. 

And if you're wondering what's open in Montreal on October 8, 2017 (AKA Thanksgiving Day), then no worries. We've got your back.

Here's everything that's open & closed on Thanksgiving Day 2017 in Montreal:

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Shops, Markets And Stores

SAQ - Open

Dépanneurs - Open

Shopping malls - Open

Westmount Square - Closed

Pharmacies - Open (At their own discretion)

Grocery Stores - Open (At their own discretion)

Restaurants - Open (At their own discretion)

Spas - Open (At their own discretion)

Venues - Open (At their own discretion)

Bars - Open (At their own discretion)

Clubs - Open (At their own discretion)

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Entertainment Spots

Arenas - Open

Pools - Open

Sport Centres - Open

Cinemas - Open

Casino - Open

La Ronde - Open

Biodome - Open

Botanical Gardens - Open

Insectarium - Open

Science Centre - Open

IMAX - Open

Planetarium - Open

Marche Bonsecours - Open

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Transportation

Parking Meters - In Effect

Public Transit - Open

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Government And Businesses

Banks - Closed

City of Montreal Offices - Closed

Municipal Court - Closed

Provincial Offices - Closed

Federal Offices - Closed

Postal Service - Closed

311 City Info Hotline - Open

Garbage / Recycling - Open

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New COVID-19 health measures are also in effect.

Another year has come and gone but COVID-19 remains. That means new year's eve and new year's day may feel sort of like déjà vu because public health measures are in effect, much like they were last year.

Don't forget that a Quebec-wide curfew begins tonight and you should be at home between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. Private gatherings are also no longer allowed so you can only ring in the new year with your household bubble. Also, non-essential businesses are at half capacity and closed on Sundays, which means many stores will stay closed on January 2.

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