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Spray pads will be open on Tuesday, July 1.

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Spray pads will be open on Tuesday, July 1.

All civic offices are closed on Canada Day, Tuesday, July 1.

Recycling/Garbage Collection

Single-family homes

Recycling, garbage and yard waste will be collected as normally scheduled for those with Tuesday as a collection day.

To find your recycling, garbage and yard waste collection days:

Visit winnipeg.ca

Download the My Waste app at winnipeg.ca/mywaste

Contact 311, open 24 hours every day, by phone at 311 or by email at 311@winnipeg.ca

Multi-family apartments

Recycling and garbage collection will continue as normally scheduled.

Brady Road Resource Management Facility (Brady Road Landfill)

Saturday, June 28 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday, June 29 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday, June 30 5:30 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Tuesday, July 1 5:30 a.m. to 8 p.m.

The Recycling/Garbage Collection Calendar and more information on the Brady Road Resource Management Facility can be found at City of Winnipeg – Water and Waste or by contacting 311, open 24 hours every day, by phone at 311 or by email at 311@winnipeg.ca.

Winnipeg Transit

Winnipeg Transit will be operating on a Sunday schedule for Tuesday, July 1.

Special Canada Day service includes:

  • A FREE Canada Day Shuttle service will operate from 12:00 noon until 12:00 midnight linking Downtown, The Forks and Osborne Village.
  • Extra Route 11 Portage buses will be operating between The Forks and Assiniboine Park from 12:00 noon until 11:00 p.m. Regular transit fares apply.
  • Post-Fireworks departures:
    The Forks: buses will be available on Main Street between York and Graham.
    Assiniboine Park to Downtown: buses will be available at eastbound Portage Avenue at Overdale Street.
    Assiniboine Park to St. James/Assiniboia areas: buses will be available at westbound Portage Avenue at Overdale Street.

For route and schedule information, visit Winnipeg Transit or contact 311, open 24 hours every day, by phone at 311 or by email at 311@winnipeg.ca.

Leisure Centres

All Leisure Centres are closed Tuesday, July 1. Regular hours of operation for Leisure Centres resume on Wednesday, July 2.

For more information on all Leisure Centres, please see the Leisure Guide, visit City of Winnipeg – Leisure Centres or contact 311, open 24 hours every day, by phone at 311 or by email at 311@winnipeg.ca.

Swimming Pools

Outdoor Pools:

All City of Winnipeg outdoor pools will be open Tuesday, July 1. Operating hours vary by pool. For more information on City of Winnipeg outdoor swimming pools visit City of Winnipeg – Outdoor Pools or contact 311, open 24 hours every day, by phone at 311 or by email at 311@winnipeg.ca.

Wading Pools:

Weather permitting, the following 16 wading pools will be open on Tuesday, July 1:

Amherst Park
Pascoe ParkDakota Park
Bronx ParkJ.H. Bruns Park
Central ParkKeenleyside Park
McKittrick ParkNorquay Community Centre
WestdaleBrock Cordova Park
Vimy Ridge ParkJohn Steele Park
Pascoe ParkMachray Park
Transcona Centennial

Operating hours vary by wading pool; however, most are open 10:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. The regular season schedule is in effect Wednesday, July 2. For schedule information, please view the wading pool schedule available online, or contact 311, open 24 hours every day, by phone at 311 or by email at 311@winnipeg.ca.

Spray Pads:

Spray pads will be open on Tuesday, July 1 and include the following locations:

Fort Rouge Park
Lindenwoods Community Centre
Provencher Park
River Heights Community Centre
St. Norbert Community Centre
Shaughnessy Park
Central Park
Vimy Ridge Park
River East Transcona
Centennial
Westdale
St. James Assiniboia Centennial Pool

Operating hours for spray pads are 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. For additional information, please view the spray pad schedule available online, or contact 311, open 24 hours every day, by phone at 311 or by email at 311@winnipeg.ca.

Indoor Pools:

All City of Winnipeg swimming pools will be closed on Tuesday, July 1.

Regular hours of operation are in effect for all pools on Monday, June 30 and Wednesday, July 2.

For more information on City of Winnipeg indoor swimming pools visit City of Winnipeg – Indoor Pools or contact 311, open 24 hours every day, by phone at 311 or by email at 311@winnipeg.ca.

Libraries

All Winnipeg Public Libraries will be closed on Tuesday, July 1. Online services including eMagazines, eBooks, streaming music, movies and My Account services for requests/renewals are available anytime at winnipeg.ca/library.

Animal Services Agency

The Animal Services Agency will be closed on Tuesday, July 1. Regular hours operation for the Animal Services Agency resume on Wednesday, July 2.

For more information on the City of Winnipeg Animal Services Agency including how to purchase or renew your dog license online and a list of dogs available for adoption, visit City of Winnipeg – Animal Services.

Citizens can also contact 311, open 24 hours every day, by phone at 311 or by email at 311@winnipeg.ca for Animal Services information.

Cemeteries

Cemetery grounds at Brookside, St. Vital and Transcona Cemeteries will be open for visitation from dawn till dusk on Canada Day, Tuesday, July 1.

Cemetery offices will be closed on Tuesday, July 1.

For more information on City cemeteries, visit City of Winnipeg – Cemeteries or contact 311, open 24 hours every day, by phone at 311 or by email at 311@winnipeg.ca.

Winnipeg Parking Authority

Hours of operation for the Winnipeg Parking Authority during Canada Day are as follows:

  • Saturday, June 28 Regular hours – 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  • Sunday, June 29 Closed (as per regular operating hours)
  • Monday, June 30 Regular hours – 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  • Tuesday, July 1 Closed
  • Wednesday, July 2 Regular hours – 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.

For more information on the Winnipeg Parking Authority, including how to pay a parking ticket online or by phone, please visit The Parking Store or contact 311, open 24 hours every day, by phone at 311 or by email at 311@winnipeg.ca.

Golf Courses

Crescent Drive, Harbour View, John Blumberg, Kildonan Park and Windsor Park Golf Courses will be open on Canada Day, Tuesday, July 1.

Please visit City of Winnipeg – Golf Services for information on how to book a tee times and course information.

History

Updated on Monday, June 30, 2014 at 8:45 AM CDT: Updates the Free Press will not publish Canada Day.

9:36 AM: Adds Classified information.

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