Toronto

What's open, what's closed in Toronto this Thanksgiving

The Gardiner Expressway has reopened, but government offices, banks and most grocery stores are closed on Thanksgiving Day.

Gardiner Expressway now open after maintenance, construction over Thanksgiving long weekend

The Gardiner Expressway was closed over Thanksgiving weekend for maintenance and construction. (Tony Smyth/CBC)

The Gardiner Expressway has reopened after a closure over Thanksgiving weekend.

Most public services in Toronto will be closed on Thanksgiving Day, but many attractions and malls will be open. Here's a list of what's open and closed this Thanksgiving Monday: 

What's closed 

What's open 

Many retail centres and tourist areas will be open on Thanksgiving Monday, including the Distillery District, Yorkville and Queen's Quay West.

Malls:

Attractions

Transit:

The TTC will be operating on a holiday schedule on Monday.

GO Transit will be operating on a Sunday schedule on Thanksgiving Day.