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What's closed for Victoria Day in Waterloo Region

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Many consider the Victoria Day weekend the official start to summer and, so far, it looks like the warm weather will be sticking around.

Whatever you have planned, keep in mind that it won't be business as usual on the holiday Monday.

Here is a quick look of what’s open and closed on May 20.

What’s closed

Malls – Fairview Park Mall, Conestoga Mall, Cambridge Centre and Stone Road Mall

All libraries in Waterloo Region

Most chain grocery stores, such as Loblaw, Walmart, Food Basics and Costco, will be closed. Some location may be open on Monday so check online before you go.

LCBO stores

All regional administrative offices

City Halls

Community centres

Arenas – Don McLaren, Grand River, Lions and Sportsworld

Sleeman Centre

River Run Centre

Pools (with the exception of Forest Heights Pool)

Cambridge and Waterloo small vehicle transfer stations for residential waste drop-off

What’s open

Grand River Transit will be operating on a holiday schedule

Guelph Transit will be operating on a holiday schedule

GO Transit will be operating on a Saturday schedule

Some splash pads

Golf courses – Doon Valley and Rockway

Activa Sportsplex (including Lyle S. Hallman walking track)

The Aud

Budd Park indoor soccer facility will be open for rentals

Region of Waterloo Museums

Most movie theatres

The Beer Store says select locations will be open on Monday, including the following:

  • Brantford - 280 Murray St. (11 a.m. to 5 p.m.)
  • Brantford - 300 King George Rd. (11 a.m. to 5 p.m.)
  • Brantford - 50 Market St. S. (11 a.m. to 5 p.m.)
  • Cambridge - 200 Franklin Blvd.
  • Cambridge - 150 Holiday Inn Dr. (Drive-thru only)
  • Guelph - 111 Silvercreek Pkwy. N.
  • Kitchener - 250 Bleams Rd.
  • Kitchener - 875 Highland Rd. W.
  • Kitchener - 1120 Victoria St. N.

Regular curbside collection for garbage, recycling, green bin and yard waste

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