Here’s what’s open and closed in Ottawa on Canada Day – Ottawa

For the second 12 months in a row, July 1 in Ottawa is not going to function the standard live shows and gatherings which have come to mark Canada Day in the nation’s capital.

Major occasions stay on hiatus amid the COVID-19 pandemic, although residents can take pleasure in a set of loosened restrictions as town enters Step 2 of Ontario’s reopening plan on June 30.

This consists of expanded limits for six folks per patio desk, outside gatherings of as much as 25 folks and indoor gatherings of as much as 5.


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Here’s a listing of what you may count on to be open and closed in Ottawa on Canada Day.

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While many grocery shops are closed on July 1, a handful are maintaining their doorways open. Please name particular person retailer areas to double-test their hours.

The Loblaws on Isabella Street in the Glebe can be open from 7 a.m. to eight p.m., whereas the Loblaws on Rideau Street will stay open till 10 p.m. on Canada Day.

Whole Foods at Lansdowne Park is open from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Metro on Bank Street in the Glebe can be closed on Canada Day.

All LCBO areas are closed for the day whereas a handful of Beer Store areas can be open as follows:

  • 1860 Bank St., 11 a.m. to six p.m.
  • 1984 Baseline Rd.,11 a.m. to six p.m.
  • 515 Somerset St. W., 11 a.m. to six p.m.
  • 2018 Ogilvie Rd., 11 a.m. to six p.m.
  • 3500 Fallowfield Rd., 11 a.m. to six p.m.
  • 499 Terry Fox Dr., 11 a.m. to six p.m.
  • 2276 Tenth Line Rd., 11 a.m. to six p.m.

Restaurants are allowed to serve clients on their patios so long as the outside capability permits for 2 metres of area between every desk. Indoor seating stays off-limits, nevertheless, so test the forecast earlier than heading out for a chunk.

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All of Ottawa’s main buying malls are shutting their doorways, apart from the Rideau Centre downtown, which is open from 10 a.m. to six p.m.

Step 2 of Ontario’s reopening plan permits for shops with out exterior entrances to open for in-person buying with restricted capacities.

Some drug shops, like Shoppers and Rexall, are open, however it relies upon on the placement. Contact a particular retailer to double-test its vacation hours.

Call any unbiased companies for his or her retailer hours.


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Ottawa could have lifeguards on obligation every day from midday to 7 p.m. at Petrie Island, Mooney’s Bay and Westboro Beach and Britannia Beach.

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You can test the City of Ottawa’s website for swimming advisories at every of the seashores.

Splash pads can be open from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.

The McKellar, Woodroffe and Westboro wading swimming pools are additionally scheduled to be open for 30-minute swimming blocks.

Indoor recreation centres stay closed.

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You can even discover a full listing of the National Capital Commission’s seashores and parkways open for strolling and biking on the Crown corporation’s website.

Museums and indoor film theatres stay closed till Ontario enters Step 3 of the province’s reopening plan.

Bus journeys and rides on gentle-rail transit (LRT) are free on Canada Day.

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Most bus routes will run in line with a Sunday schedule on July 1.

The Confederation Line LRT will run on a diminished weekday schedule with elevated service till 1 a.m.

Note that the north-south Trillium Line stays closed for development work associated to Stage 2 LRT.

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Para Transpo will function in line with vacation service.

All extra time parking rules, signed or unsigned, is not going to apply on July 1. All different parking restrictions will nonetheless be in impact.

There can be no curbside rubbish, inexperienced bin and recycling pickup on Canada Day, although rubbish pickups in multi-residential complexes will proceed, unaffected.

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All curbside pickups can be delayed by at some point, as will recycling, inexperienced bin and cumbersome merchandise pickups in multi-residential buildings.

The Trail Road Waste Facility can be open.

For anybody in want of a coronavirus check on Canada Day, the Moodie and Heron care clinics can be open from 8 a.m. till 3 p.m. and the Coventry drive-through web site can be obtainable between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.

The supervised injection web site and related program workplace at 179 Clarence St. can be closed. The web site’s cell van will function from 5 p.m. till 11:30 p.m.

The OPH Information Centre can be closed for basic calls, however the COVID-19 cellphone line at 613-580-6744 can be open from 8:30 a.m. till 4 p.m. on Canada Day.

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Also closed on July 1:

  • The Sexual Health Clinic and satellite tv for pc clinics
  • Dental clinics
  • OPH’s child helpline

The Tom Brown respite centre at 141 Bayview Rd., can be open from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on July 1. Respite centres on McArthur Road and Cumberland Street can be closed.

Ottawa’s metropolis-run baby care centres can be closed on Canada Day.

All Ottawa Public Library branches may even be closed.

Residents can nonetheless name 3-1-1 for pressing issues that require town’s fast consideration.


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