A look at what’s open and closed Canada Day in Winnipeg

As many Winnipeggers sit back and reflect on what makes being in Canada so great, some businesses will be adjusting hours on July 1.Here’s a quick guide to get through the day:Errands:All City of Winnipeg civic offices are closed.Provincial offices are closed, most federal buildings are closedGarbage and recycling collection will take placeCanada Post will be closed and will not deliver mailThe city’s help line, 311, will be available 24/7Transportation:Winnipeg Transit will be running on a Sunday schedule.Free Canada Day Shuttle service linking The Forks and Osborne Village, operating from noon until 12 a.m.READ MORE: American couple stumbles upon Winnipeg’s Canada Day celebrationsShopping:Kildonan Place: ClosedPolo Park: ClosedGarden City Shopping Centre: ClosedSt. Vital Mall: ClosedOutlet Collection Winnipeg: ClosedGrant Park Shopping Centre: ClosedSome amenities, such as movie theatres, will be open at malls.Some grocery and big box stores have limited hours. Check your local store for detailsMost Manitoba Liquor Marts are open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.Recreation:Indoor pools will be closed in Winnipeg.Weather permitting, all outdoor pools will be open.The following wading pools will be open as well weather permitting:Central ParkDakota ParkMachray ParkShaughnessy ParkWest Kildonan Memorial CCWestdaleREAD MORE: CMHR offering two-day summer ticketsSpray pads open from 9:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.:Central Corydon Community Centre – River Heights SiteCentral ParkFort Rouge ParkFreight House Outdoor Pool Spray PadGateway Recreation CentreJill Officer ParkLinden Woods Community CentreLindsey Wilson ParkMachray ParkOld Ex ParkPark City West Community CentreProvencher ParkShaughnessy ParkSouth Winnipeg Community Centre – Waverley Heights SiteSt. James  Assiniboia Centennial PoolSt. Norbert Community CentreSturgeon Heights Community CentreValley Gardens Community CentreVimy Ridge Memorial ParkWest Kildonan Memorial Community CentreWestdaleCity golf courses: 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.Attractions:Canadian Museum for Human Rights: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.Manitoba Museum: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.Assiniboine Park Zoo: 9:00 a.m. to 5 p.m.Manitoba Children’s Museum: 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.WATCH: Osborne Village prepares for Canada Day festivities