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.

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