Remembrance Day: What’s open and closed in Halifax – Halifax
Remembrance Day in Halifax will see some municipal providers and retail companies closing for the day.
Many Remembrance Day ceremonies within the Halifax space this yr are returning to in-person providers, however COVID-19 protocols and restrictions will probably be in place.
Learn on to search out out what’s open and what’s closed on Thursday in Halifax.
Food and drinks
Town’s bylaw for Remembrance Day prohibits some companies from working on Nov. 11. For instance, most grocery shops, massive field shops and retail malls should shut on Nov. 11. Name particular person places to double-check their hours.
Atlantic Superstore and Sobeys places will probably be closed.
NSLC will probably be open at 12 p.m.
Halifax Purchasing Centre, Mic Mac Mall and Sunnyside Mall are closed on Nov. 11.
The Nova Scotia Museum of Pure Historical past will probably be open from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.
The Maritime Museum of the Atlantic will probably be closed.
The Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21 will probably be open.
The Artwork Gallery of Nova Scotia will probably be open from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m.
No municipal rubbish, organics or recyclables assortment providers will happen on Remembrance Day.
In a launch, HRM stated the curbside assortment of rubbish, organics or recyclables usually scheduled for Thursday, Nov. 11, will happen as an alternative on Saturday, Nov. 13.
Residents are reminded that assortment providers can start as early as 7 a.m.
Transit and ferry providers
In recognition of those that serve our nation, Halifax Transit is providing free transit to all veterans and navy personnel, and their accompanying members of the family, on Remembrance Day.
Halifax Transit buses and ferries will probably be working on vacation schedules on Thursday, Nov. 11. For detailed vacation schedules by particular person route, visit the city’s website.
Parking and roads
There will probably be various rolling road closures and site visitors delays on Nov. 11 to facilitate Remembrance Day parades.
HRM stated site visitors delays will probably be in place on the following places:
- Province Home, Halifax (10 a.m. to 12 midday). The parade will start on the Maritime Museum, proceed north on Decrease Water Avenue, west on George Avenue after which south on Hollis Avenue, the place it is going to cease for the ceremony. Following the ceremony, the parade will proceed south on Hollis Avenue, then flip east on Prince Avenue earlier than ending on Decrease Water Avenue.
- Cenotaph at Royal Canadian Legion Department 164, Jap Passage (10:15 a.m. to 10:45 a.m.). The parade will start at 1570 Shore Rd., journey north after which proceed on Predominant Highway to Royal Canadian Legion Department 164.
- Cenotaph at Sackville Heritage Park, Sackville (10:45 a.m. to 12 midday). The parade will proceed down Reminiscence Lane to the Cenotaph after which return.
- Cenotaph at Earl Francis Spryfield Memorial Royal Canadian Legion, Spryfield (10:45 a.m. to 11 a.m.). The parade will start at 315 Herring Cove Rd., journey south on Herring Cove Highway after which west on Sussex Avenue to the Earl Francis Spryfield Memorial Royal Canadian Legion Corridor at 7 Sussex St.
Halifax Regional Police will probably be on website to escort the parades and direct site visitors within the surrounding areas.
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