Halifax Easter Sunday and Monday: What's open and what's closed

It will not be business as usual for most businesses and public service providers Easter Sunday, but it's a different story Monday.

Malls and grocery stores will be closed Sunday, but open for business Monday

If you're on the hunt for chocolate, you'll have an easier time finding it at a business on Monday than on Sunday. (Dominic Ebenbichler/Reuters)

It will not be business as usual for most businesses and public service providers Easter Sunday, but it's a different story Monday.

Here's a look at what's open and closed Easter Sunday and Monday.

Food and drink:

Grocery stores such as Superstore and Sobeys are both closed Easter Sunday, but will reopen Monday.

NSLC locations will be closed Easter Sunday, but resume operations Monday.

The Halifax Seaport Farmers Market is open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday, but closed on Monday.

Malls:

Halifax Shopping Centre, Mic Mac Mall, Park Lane and Sunnyside Mall will all be closed Sunday, but resume their regular hours on Monday.

Public services:

All branches of the Halifax Public Libraries will be closed Sunday and Monday.

Halifax Transit will be operating on a holiday schedule Sunday and there won't be any ferry service. Regular service will resume Monday.

The city says most municipally operated recreation facilities will be closed Sunday and Monday, so it's best to call ahead.

Halifax's 311 call centre help line will be operating on regular hours Sunday and Monday from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.

Halifax Regional Municipal customer service centres will be closed Monday and reopen Tuesday.

Parking at on-street meters will be free Monday in HRM.

There will be no mail delivery by Canada Post on Monday and post offices will be closed as well.

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