What’s open and closed on Labour Day

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Here’s a partial list of what’s open and closed Monday:

Federal and provincial government offices will be closed.

Municipal offices will be closed.

The city’s écocentres will be closed.

Montreal boroughs set their own schedule for sports centres, pools, arenas, libraries and cultural centres. Check your local borough’s website for more details.

Parking restrictions and automated parking payment machines remain in effect.

Many banks — including TD, National Bank, CIBC and RBC — will be closed.

Most large supermarket stores will be closed. Consult your local grocery store for operating hours on its website.

All SAQ Express branches will be open during normal hours.

The STM will run on a holiday schedule with modified bus times. Check the changes specific to your route at stm.info.

The Vaudreuil-Hudson Exo line will run on the Sunday schedule. The St-Jérome line will run on the weekend schedule. The four other Exo lines will not operate. As for Exo buses, view schedule changes on the Exo website.

Both the Société de transport de Laval and the Réseau de transport de Longueuil will run on Sunday schedules.

All public markets such as Jean-Talon, Atwater, Maisonneuve and Lachine will be open.

The Botanical Garden, the Rio Tinto Alcan Planetarium and the Biodôme will be open.

The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts and Musée d’art contemporain will be open.

The Pointe-à-Callière Museum will be closed.

The Insectarium is closed for major renovations.

The Complexe sportif Claude Robillard is closed