Residents of Canada may be quiet on the issue of buying alcohol in Canada Day, as liquor stores LCBO and Beer Store network this year will be opened in celebration.
LCBO announced the news, issuing a statement in Twitter. To work July 1, the stores will be according to the regular schedule, and on July 2 will be closed in the observance of the law.
Beer Store published a similar statement on its website, with only minor exceptions for some shops, the speed of which is reduced.
Representatives of the LCBO explained that technically a holiday, their shops will be closed in accordance with the Federal law “On holidays”. But as officially, if Canada Day falls on a Sunday, the holiday is the Monday, is July 1, the trade will be possible.
The last time Canada Day falls on Sunday in 2012.
In celebration of not only these two networks will be opened. Several other shopping and entertainment will be available during the 151 th anniversary celebration. Will be open ROM, Canada’s Wonderland and some shopping centres in the greater Toronto area.