Labour Day: the list of services that open and close

Labour Day will be on Monday, September 3. Residents of the city can already get information about what will work and what will be closed on this day.

Usually, on this holiday a lot of Winnipeggers try to switch to the maximum from work to rest: visit their relatives or friends, or invite relatives or friends to their places, or just to go somewhere with family and friends. That’s why it is very necessary to know what places are open and what places are close, what services work and what services do not work on Monday 3.

Here is the list of all services:

Winnipeg Transit will work on a Sunday schedule.

The dump will be open to the commercial client only three hours in the morning: from 5 to 8 in the morning. residential customers will be able to use the services of a landfill all day until 8 pm.

All libraries will have a day off on Monday.

Some pools will be open, working hours are specified in the administration. They are: St. Vital, Fort Garry Lions, Freighthouse, Transcona Aquatic Park, Westdale and Kildonan Park.

The list of open wading pools: Central Park, Machray Park, Sturgeon Heights CC, West Kildonan Memorial CC, Dakota Park, Shaughnessy Park, Vimy Ridge Memorial Park and Westdale.

Golf courses will work as usual.

Manitoba Liquor Marts will have a day off.

Such malls as St. Vital, Polo Park, Portage Place, Grant Park, Garden City Shopping Centre and Kildonan Place Malls will not work.

The Assiniboine Park Zoo will work.

FortWhyte Alive will work till 5 pm.

The Manitoba Museum will work till 5 pm.

The Canadian Museum for Human Rights will work till 5 pm.

The Manitoba Children’s Museum will work till 6 pm.

The Royal Aviation Museum of Western Canada will work till 5 pm.

MORE NEWS:Sandra Fry, a credit consultant from Winnipeg, claims that half of Canadians do not set a budget for back-to-school purchases

Labour Day September 3 holiday
If you notice an error, highlight the text you want and press Ctrl + Enter to report it to the editor

Comments

Winnipeg Transit
Updates On Rapid Transit In Winnipeg   Construction of Rapid Transit in Winnipeg continues, and there’s a lot to unpack. Originally, once the Southwest Transitway was completed, the Eastern Transitway was to be the next step in the project. That step has been put on hold as of summer 2019 as the City develops their new Transit Master Plan. We’re going to take a deep dive into the Southwest Transitway and then we’re going to take a look at some of the propo...
Winnipeg Residential Water And Waste Fees
The City of Winnipeg is in the process of debating an increase to water and waste rates. To understand the impact this potential increase could have, it’s important to look at a few factors. First, we will analyze how these fees are structured and what they fund. Then, we will look at why an increase is being proposed in the first place. Finally, it will be helpful to compare our fees to the fees in other Canadian cities, though this can be trickier than y...
Society
Volunteers are really making a difference in helping those who are in need. We are talking homeless people, poor, sick, disabled, children without parents…, the list is endless, so each volunteer, each day and each hour they give and provide the service, really helps those people and the cities to stay cleaner and a better place to live in. Some Winnipeggers living in homeless camps just outside of the downtown core say they prefer the autonomy of the camp...
Society
Our City, Our Community: Creating Connections in Winnipeg   There’s a palpable tension in Winnipeg that’s been growing over the past few weeks. You might find this surprising, given we just won the Grey Cup for the first time in decades, but it’s there. This tension revealed itself when the City presented their four-year budget process, in which they anticipate having to make cuts to libraries, fire services, Transit, and more. The budget cuts stem from a...
Politics
New Residential Infill Strategy   The City of Winnipeg is developing its new residential infill strategy. Winnipeggers who live in one of the City’s older neighbourhoods or who plan on moving to the City within the next few years should understand what this means to them. What’s more, if you live in Winnipeg, you can have your say and influence the strategy. We’re getting a bit ahead of ourselves, though, so let’s start by explaining exactly what residenti...
Blue Bombers
Our own Winnipeg Blue Bombers is a great team with a bright future and the fans show their support each and every game! New players are always welcomed on the team. Bombers management is constantly in search of new talents to show great performance and result for the team. The Winnipeg Blue Bombers will be without Matt Nichols for the remainder of the season. Nichols has been out of the Bombers’ lineup since suffering a shoulder injury after being sacked b...
Society
Winnipeg is getting more and more popular tourist and business destination for international travelers as well as domestic visitors. This will definitely have a positive effect on the city`s business and infrastructure growth and will bring more jobs, more opportunities for Winnipeggers in the years to come. But also, there is time to relax and enjoy your day off, if you like shows and concerts, this is definitely for you! Celine Dion has announced additio...
Incidents
Most of the road accidents could be avoided by simply following the rules and driving regulations. Speed limits zones are very important, for instance, school zone or construction sites, where speeding fines are nearly doubled. Springfield is closed in both directions at Rothesay Street. The Winnipeg Police Service says that Springfield Road will remain closed this afternoon due to a serious collision. There are not many details available at this time. One...
Job Fair
The summer is over, this means that students are back in class and their daytime positions will be opening. That means more job opening in the retail business. St. Vital Shopping Centre will be expediting the hiring process by offering a Retail Job Fair on Tuesday, October 1st, 2019 from 2:00 pm to 7:00 pm in Centre Court. You’ll be able to meet with employers and look for a new career. Youth Employment Services will also be on-site to assist applicants an...