The Government of Ontario announced this week that it would be closing all non-essential workplaces to stop the spread of COVID-19. All non-essential businesses were required to close for 14 days, at which time the province will reevaluate the current situation and make a decision. Here’s a list of what’s open and closed in Brampton as of March 26, 2020.

Open

Grocery stores, pharmacies, pet stores, convenience stores, and other similar retailers will remain open.

Brampton Transit will continue to run on its regular schedule, while the GO Train and buses will operate on a more limited schedule.

Beer Stores, the LCBO and cannabis stores in the Brampton area remain open.

Gas stations, hardware stores, auto-body shops, repair shops, car dealerships and other facilities will remain open.

Open for Takeout Only

Restaurants will remain open for takeout orders only, all dining rooms and seating areas will remain closed.

Tim Hortons: Many are open 24 hours a day, for drive-through. Take-out varies by store. Others are open by 6 a.m. and are closed by 12 a.m.

Starbucks: Most locations in Brampton are open, usually at 6 a.m. and 7 a.m. each day, until 9 p.m. Some locations are open until 10 p.m. for drive-through orders only.

McDonalds: Many are open by 6 a.m. with some open at 5 a.m. Most close by 11 p.mSome locations are open  24 hours for drive-through. Some locations are offering take-out.

Mandarin: All locations in Brampton are open at 11:30 a.m., and close at 10 p.m. for takeout and delivery orders only.

Subway: Most stores are open at 7 a.m. and close by 11 p.m.

Many other restaurants in the City of Brampton are offering takeout and delivery either independently or through apps such as UberEats, SkipTheDishes and DoorDash.

Closed

City facilities and any services provided through city hall (marriage licenses, etc.) are unavailable until further notice. The City of Brampton is currently reevaluating whether to keep City Hall closed past the previously planned three-week period.

Bramalea City Centre and any stores selling non-essential items like clothing, makeup, books, games, shoes, etc. are closed.

The Rose Theatre, Cineplex, and any other venues for shows and films are closed.


Are you worried you have COVID-19 or that you might be at risk? Take this self-assessment from the government of Ontario here: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/self-assessment/.

Read about the new Peel Memorial COVID-19 assessment centre, including symptoms and criteria for using it, here.

For further information on COVID-19, visit www.peelregion.ca/coronavirus.

To see current City of Brampton updates and FAQs on services and facility and programming closures, please visit www.brampton.ca/covid19.

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