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Natal Day: What's open and closed on P.E.I.

Most businesses will be open on Natal Day Aug. 5, but there are some government-related closures worth mentioning.

Few services actually closed

Here's a look at what's open and what's closed. (CBC)

Most businesses will be open on Natal Day Aug. 5, but there are some government-related closures worth mentioning.

Federal government employees get the day off, but not all provincial and municipal employees do.

The provincial government recognizes this date as a civic holiday and offices in the Prince County area are closed for the day. 

Here is a list of what's open and closed for some of the Island's main food stores and other businesses and public services.

  • Municipal offices in Charlottetown are closed.
  • Federal government offices are closed.
  • Provincial offices in Prince County are closed.
  • P.E.I. Public Libraries in Prince County will be closed and all other libraries will be open for regular hours.
  • Canada Post will not have delivery service.
  • Sobeys stores are open regular hours.
  • Atlantic Superstores are open regular hours.
  • Foodland stores are open regular hours.
  • Co-op stores are open regular hours.
  • All Murphy's Pharmacies are open regular hours.
  • Walmart is open regular hours.
  • P.E.I. Liquor Control Commission stores are open regular hours.
  • P.E.I. Cannabis stores are open regular hours.
  • Charlottetown Mall is open regular hours.
  • Confederation Court Mall is open regular hours.
  • County Fair Mall in Summerside is open regular hours.
  • T3 Transit is operating on its normal schedule.
  • Island Waste Management will have curbside pickup.

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