Fri. Aug 12th, 2022

PEI

Many businesses and services at PEI will be closed on Thanksgiving Monday. Some restaurants and other venues may be open, but patrons may be required to present proof of vaccination.

Remember to have your Vax Pass at hand, just in case

Many businesses close on Thanksgiving Monday. (optimarc / Shutterstock)

Many businesses and services at PEI will be closed on Thanksgiving Monday. Some restaurants and other venues may be open, but patrons may be required to present proof of vaccination.

Here is a list of what is open and closed to some of the island’s most important businesses and public services.

  • All federal, provincial and municipal government offices are closed.
  • Sobeys, Foodland and Co-op stores are closed except Souris Co-op which is open from 9am to 4pm and Wellington Co-op which is open 9am to 6pm
  • Atlantic Superstores is closed.
  • Murphy’s Queen Street Pharmacy and Food Market will be open from
  • All PEI Liquor Control Commission stores are closed.
  • All PEI Cannabis stores are closed.
  • Charlottetown Mall is closed.
  • The Confederation Court Mall is closed, but the Shoppers Drug Mart in the mall is open from 6 p.m. 10 to 18
  • County Fair Mall in Summerside is closed, but Lawton’s Drug Store in the mall is open from noon until 5 p.m.
  • Walmart is closed.
  • For Island Waste Management Corporation, all drop-off centers as well as the Charlottetown office and customer service center are closed. Garbage, usually collected on Mondays, is picked up on Saturday, October 16th.
  • T3 Transit does not provide service.
  • PEI Public Libraries is closed.
  • Canada Post does not have delivery service.
  • COVID-19 test clinics are operating during changed hours this weekend. On Monday, test sites in Charlottetown and Montague as well as the vaccination reservation line will close. Summerside and Borden-Carleton test sites will be open from 6 p.m. 8 to 16 O’Leary drop-in clinic does not open on Mondays.

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