What’s open and closed in Halifax on Thanksgiving Monday 2021 – Halifax

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Thanksgiving comes with some closures or changes to hours of operation as businesses and services in Halifax mark the holiday.

Nova Scotia is also reminding the public to follow public health rules amid the COVID-19 pandemic and to spend time with family and friends safely.

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The province said people can continue to gather in close social groups of up to 10 without physical distancing, although the group should be a consistent group.

Here’s a list of stores and services that are open and closed in Halifax:

Halifax Transit

  • Buses in Halifax will be on a holiday schedule on Monday. See the full holiday schedule here.


  • All on-street parking meters will be free on Monday.

Grocery and liquor stores

  • The Halifax Seaport Farmers’ Market will be closed on Monday.
  • Bishop’s Cellar is open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
  • Shoppers Drug Marts have different hours depending on the branch. Check their website for more formation.


  • All malls, including the Halifax Shopping Centre, Park Lane Mall, Scotia Square Mall, Mic Mac Mall and Sunnyside Mall will be closed Monday.

Grocery and liquor stores

  • All Sobeys, Atlantic Superstore, Costco and Walmart locations are closed on Monday.
  • All NSLC locations are closed on Monday.


  • All banks will be closed on Monday.


  • All library branches will be closed on Monday.

Canada Post

  • Mail collection and delivery is cancelled on Monday.

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