Are Banks, Post Offices and Liquor Stores Open on Canada Day 2015?

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Canada Day celebrates the birth of Canada, when it became a new federation on July 1, 1867, with the signing of the Constitution Act (also known as the British North America Act). For 2015, Canada Day lands on a Wednesday, and it’s a national statutory holiday which is observed by all the territories and provinces in Canada. As a statutory holiday, federal employees are entitled to the day off with pay. Many businesses and other offices are also closed to celebrate the holiday. Below you’ll find a list of what is and isn’t open in Canada on Tuesday July 1, 2015:

While the list below is a general guideline, there may be regional exceptions. The best course of action to take

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One Response to Are Banks, Post Offices and Liquor Stores Open on Canada Day 2015?

  1. Advance Happy Canada Day everyone! Thanks for the information, so if you’re planning to go to the bank, you should do it by Monday.

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