Saturday , July 31 2021

Toronto rings in 2019: what is open and closed on the New Year



New Year's New Year's New Year in the New Year in downtown Toronto took over Nathan Phillips Square and hundreds craved the rain to calculate the last minutes of the year.

Celebrations included slippery entertainment and live performances.

While the crowds were thinner due to the wet weather – in a true Canadian style, many Torontonians still enjoyed the skating of songs that flickered live from DJ Money Jane and DJ MelBoogie. Music includes singer R & B Lisa, rapper Cadence weapons and co-founder of the tribe called Red (ATCR) Jan Kampe, also known as DJ NDN.

Touch of magic was added to music this year with the biggest British tour illusion play, the Magic of the Magic that conquers the audience with a special performance.

The night ended with a traditional fireworks screen with sparks that flew from the City Hall buildings and emerged from them, making a spectacular show.

Take a look at our lifetime on the fireworks below:

If you have not moved too much and feel like doing things or doing shopping on vacation, here is the list of what is open and closed on the New Year:

Transit

TTC
Free rides until 7 am on New Year and Sunday until the end of the day.

Click here to refer to the service schedule.

Go transit
Schedule for Sunday

Click here to refer to the service schedule.

Shopping hours

Bramalelea city center
11 h. Up to 6 hours

Dufferin Mol
Closed

Eton Center
12 h. by 7 am.

Erin Mills city center
Closed

Fairview Mall
Closed

Scarborough Downtown
Closed

Sherry Gardens
December 31: 10 am Up to 6 hours
January 1: closed

Shops at Don Mills
Closed

Square One
11 h. Up to 6 hours

Toronto Premium Outlets
11 h. Up to 6 hours

Won Mills
10 h. Up to 7 hours

Yorkdale Mall
Closed

Grocers / drug stores

Shops are closed on the New Year. Some Mart store sites will be open. Click here to find your store's classes.

LCBO / Beer shops

The shops of LCBO and the locations of the brewery will be closed on the New Year.

Tourist attractions

Ago: Open from 10:30 am to 4 am The AGO's web is open for brunch from 11 am to 3 am.
Casa Loma: Plans to be open to the New Year. Check the exact hours.
CN Tower: Plans to be open from 10:00 to 10:30. the New Year.
Center for Science in Ontario: Plans to be open to the New Year from 10 am to 5 pm
Ripley Aquarium from Canada: open 365 days a year
The Royal Museum of Ontario: Opening regular classes on the New Year's Day – 10 am to 7 pm.
Toronto Zoo: Opened to the New Year from 9:30 am to 4:30 pm.

Government offices, banks and mail

Government offices and banks are closed on the New Year.
There will be no delivery on New Year's mail.

City of Toronto services

Garbage collection
There will be no waste collection on New Year's Day (Tuesday). That collection will be moved the next day. Wednesday's collection will be moved on Thursday, and so on. Click here for more information.

Toronto Public Library
Closed

City of Toronto objects
Recreation centers, together with indoor arena, will be closed on the New Year.

Click here for a list of other closures and a list of other activities in the city.


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