Canada Day – What’s Open And Closed, Fireworks

Monday July 1

CLOSED

  • Government offices
  • Banks
  • Beer stores
  • Liquor stores (Some agency stores will open normal hours of business on July 1)
  • Canada Post
  • MOST grocery stores; see OPEN below
  • SOME drug stores: see OPEN below
  • Georgian Mall
  • Bayfield Mall
  • Kozlov Mall
  • Orillia Square Mall

OPEN

Some Drug Stores: Click below for which locations are open and hours

Some Grocery Stores: Click below for which locations are open and hours:

  • Tanger Outlet Mall – 930am-9pm
  • Vaughan Mills – 10am-7pm
  • Upper Canada Mall – 11am-6pm
  • some garden centres
  • Some craft breweries
  • Convenience Stores
  • Some gas stations
  • Some craft breweries
  • Gateway Casinos, Innisfil
  • Casino Rama
  • Movie Theatres
  • Canada’s Wonderland

GARBAGE COLLECTION 

  • SIMCOE COUNTY:  It is a regular collection day for areas serviced by Simcoe County
  • BARRIE: There will be NO garbage collection on Monday July 1; collection will be a day later this week
  • ORILLIA: There will be NO garbage collection on Monday July 1; collection will be a day later this week

PUBLIC TRANSIT

  • Barrie Sunday Service with extended hours to approximately 11pm from the Downtown Terminal after the fireworks display
  • Bradford No service
  • Clearview Service from 6:30am to 8:30pm
  • Collingwood Regular Colltrans service in town; the Collingwood/Wasaga Beach link and Collingwood/Blue Mountains link will also be running as usual
  • Midland/Penetanguishene No service
  • Orillia No service
  • Simcoe County Linx No service
  • GO Transit Saturday schedule, including train service between Barrie and Toronto. NOTE: As of June 29, GO is adding four weekend train trips to Allandale Waterfront GO. There will be changes to some weekend train and bus trips to fit the extended train trips into the schedules.

FIREWORKS/CANADA DAY CELEBRATIONS