What's open and closed on Thanksgiving in Windsor

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Both Windsor malls are closed on Thanksgiving. (Adrian Wyld/Canadian Press - image credit)
Both Windsor malls are closed on Thanksgiving. (Adrian Wyld/Canadian Press - image credit)

Wondering what's open for business on the Thanksgiving holiday? Here's a quick look at what's happening around the southwestern Ontario city.

What's open

  • The Devonshire Mall COVID-19 vaccination centre is open from 8 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. ET.

  • Transit Windsor is running, but buses are operating on a Sunday/holiday schedule (the customer service office is also open).

  • Lakeview Park Marina is open.

  • The COVID-19 assessment centres at Erie Shores HealthCare and Windsor Regional Hospital are open, along with the Paediatric Urgent Medical Assessment Clinic (8 a.m. to 4 p.m.) at the WRH Met Campus.

  • The City of Windsor's 211 line is available 24 hours a day, including on the holiday, for those seeking information about community and social services.

  • For people experiencing homelessness, the day program at Windsor Water World is going ahead for regular hours (9 a.m. to 6 p.m.)

What's closed

  • Devonshire Mall and Tecumseh Mall.

  • The Windsor-Essex County Health Unit is closed and COVID-19 updates will be released on Tuesday.

  • Government offices and most non-emergency government services are cancelled.

  • Windsor Public Library branches are closed.

  • All indoor recreational facilities, pools and arenas are reopening on Tuesday.

  • The 311 customer contact centre is closed

  • If your garbage or recycling day is Monday, collection will go ahead the following day instead. The Public Drop-Off and Household Chemical Waste Depots are closed.

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