What's open and closed on Remembrance Day and Monday in Waterloo region

Remembrance Day is on Sunday. Some services will be closed in Waterloo region on Monday to mark the statutory holiday.
With Remembrance Day on Sunday this year, some services and businesses may be closed on Monday. (Jeff McIntosh/Canadian Press)

Remembrance Day is on a Sunday this year, which means there may be changes to some services on Monday.

See our list of Remembrance Day services and also where you can hear the bells toll at 5 p.m. to mark the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War.

What's open/not impacted

Waste, recycling, green bin and yard waste will see pick up as usual.

Waterloo City Hall.

Cambridge City Hall (but there is filming of a mini-series nearby).

Grand River Transit will be operating on a regular schedule.

Charles Street Terminal.

Ainslie Street Terminal.

GRT Customer Service is open 24-hours.

GRT MobilityPLUS.

Waterloo Region Museum is open 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Region of Waterloo International Airport.

Sunnyside Wellness Centre.

Employment Resource Centres.

Region of Waterloo Customer Service Line Open 24/7: 519-575-4400.

Kitchener Public Library.

Kitchener Pools.

What's impacted on Sunday

LCBO stores will operate on reduced hours. All LCBO stores will open from noon until their normal closing hours.

Adult Recreation Centre at 185 King St. S., Waterloo (open for Central Church only).

All Kitchener community centres.

What's closed on Monday


No mail delivery.

Kitchener City Hall.

All regional administrative offices.

Cambridge and Waterloo landfill sites for all residential and commercial waste drop-off.

Region of Waterloo Children's Centres and Home Child Care Program offices.

Community Alzheimer Adult Day Program (all locations).

Seniors' Services Administration.

Region of Waterloo Library (all branches).

Schneider Haus.

McDougall Cottage.


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