What's open, what's closed on Canada Day in New Brunswick

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Most retail and government services are closed on Friday. (Marty Melville/AFP/Getty Images - image credit)
Most retail and government services are closed on Friday. (Marty Melville/AFP/Getty Images - image credit)

Happy Birthday Canada!

With the arrival of the national holiday most businesses are closed for the day throughout the province.

Retail and grocery:

  • Some pharmacies are open today.

  • Grocery store chains, including Sobeys, Atlantic Superstore and Walmart, are closed.

  • NB Liquor corporate stores and Cannabis NB are closed.

  • The province's three largest malls, Regent Mall in Fredericton, CF Champlain Place in Dieppe, and McAllister Place in Saint John are all closed.

Attractions:

  • Magnetic Hill Zoo in Moncton is open.

  • Fredericton Region Museum is open.

  • Kings Landing is open.

  • Aquarium NB in Shippagan is open.

  • Village Historique Acadien in Bertrand, near Caraquet, is open.

  • Huntsman Marine Science Centre in St. Andrews is open.

  • Resurgo Place in Moncton is closed.

Government services and transit:

  • Municipal administrative buildings are closed.

  • There is no municipal bus service in Fredericton, Saint John or Miramichi.

  • All Service Canada and Service New Brunswick locations in the province are closed.

A previous version of this story incorrectly stated Moncton has no transit options on Friday, July 1. 

 

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