What is open on Good Friday in Toronto (2024)

By Remitbee - Mar 26, 2024

As Good Friday approaches, marking the beginning of the long Easter weekend on March 29th, Ontarians are preparing for a day of rest and reflection. However, amidst the solemnity, the burning question remains: what's open and closed across the province? From grocery stores to malls and attractions, here's your essential guide to navigating Good Friday with ease.

Grocery Stores:

  • Costco: Closed for the day.
  • Walmart: While most locations are closed, select stores are open across Ontario for your convenience.
  • Metro: A few Metro grocery stores are open to cater to your last-minute shopping needs.
  • Longo's: Limited Longo's stores are operational with adjusted hours on Good Friday.
  • Loblaws: A handful of Loblaws supermarkets are open to serve customers.

Liquor Stores:

  • LCBO: Closed on Good Friday.
  • The Beer Store: Temporarily closed on March 29, 2024.
  • Wine Rack: Wine Rack stores remain open across Toronto, including on Good Friday.

Malls and Shopping Centers:

  • Eaton Centre:
    • Yorkdale: Closed on March 29, 2024.
  • Sherway Gardens: Closed for the day.
  • Rideau Centre: Closed for Good Friday.
  • Square One: Not operational on March 29.
  • Bramalea City Centre: Closed for the day.
  • Vaughan Mills: Ceased operations on Good Friday.
  • Toronto Premium Outlets: Open from 9:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.
  • Outlet Collection at Niagara: Accessible from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  • Upper Canada Mall: Serving customers from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

As you prepare for Good Friday, RemitBee encourages you to plan your activities accordingly, keeping in mind the operational hours of establishments across Ontario. Whether you're stocking up on groceries, enjoying a leisurely stroll through the mall, or embarking on a cultural adventure, knowing what's open and closed ensures a seamless and enjoyable experience.

Happy Easter Weekend!