What's closed on Family Day in N.B.

Monday is the first Family Day for New Brunswick, so not everyone may be aware of what's open and what's closed.

This is the first February holiday for the province

Looks like you should get your shopping done on Sunday as there's little open on Family Day. (Mon Œil/Flickr)

​Monday is Family Day, New Brunswick's newest holiday — in fact, it's the first February holiday for the province.

Many stores and services are closed across the province on Monday, so if there's shopping to be done it'll be best to do it on Sunday.

Here's a list of what's closed across the province:

Malls, grocery and liquor stores

  • NB Liquor stores across the province will be closed on Monday, but agency outlets may be open at varying hours.
  • Atlantic Superstore stores are closed.
  • Sobeys stores are closed.
  • CF Champlain is closed.
  • McAllister Place is closed.
  • Regent Mall is closed.

Schools and public services

  • Public schools across the province are closed on family day.
  • All public libraries and administrative offices will be closed. Library Services by Mail will also be suspended.
  • UNB Saint John, UNB Fredericton, Mount Allison, NBCC and other post-secondary schools will have no classes but some facilities remain open.​
  • Fredericton Transit ​won't be operating.
  • Codiac Transpo won't be operating.
  • Provincial government offices are closed.