Labour Day 2020 – What is Open? What is Closed?

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THUNDER BAY – Labour Day 2020 in Thunder Bay – what is open? What is closed? What is happening in Thunder Bay and the region?

First off, the usuals, government offices, banks, major grocery store chains, and malls will be closed on Monday. The LCBO will be closed although there will be some locations of The Beer Store open across Ontario. In Thunder Bay, the location on Red River Road and Clarkson will be open holiday Monday from 11-5.

The Beer Stores are open from 11-6.

Thunder Bay Transit is running on a holiday schedule. Kasper Transportation is open with buses running on their regular schedule.

If you are in need of groceries, Skaf’s in Current River on Hoddor Avenue will be open regular hours on Monday. As well, Maltese Grocery on Algoma is open from 10-6. Circle K Convenience stores will also be open.

The Hub on Victoria Avenue East is closed in the downtown Fort William neighbourhood for the weekend.

Gary Mac and the team from Bay Village Coffee share, “We are closed for the long weekend Saturday to Monday reopening at 7:00 Tuesday morning.”

Labour Day Picnic Now a Car and Truck Rally / Parade

The Thunder Bay District Labour Council annual picnic is cancelled for this year. Instead there is a car and truck rally.

Lamarith studies his "Long Drive" at the Mini Putt
Lamarith studies his “Long Drive” at the Mini Putt

Stop by Ally’s Mini-Putt up at Boulevard Lake. Aly’s Mini Putt will be open Labour Day for all your family fun from 1 pm to 9 pm. Slush Puppies and snacks and ice cream sandwiches are available!

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