04/21/2014 07:40 EDT | Updated 06/21/2014 05:59 EDT

What's open and closed across Canada on Easter Monday

It's a holiday and it isn’t across Canada today. While government employees have the day off — meaning no postal service, for example — most retail businesses are open on Easter Monday.

Here's a general rundown of what's open and closed in Canada.

For the most part, it's a normal Monday for non-government workers.

- Banks are open as usual.

- The Toronto and New York stock exchanges are back to a normal schedule.

- Liquor and beer stores are mostly back to normal across the country. In Ontario, the LCBO says "select stores" will be open Monday, and it urges consumers to check their local stores on online.

- Civic transit services are operating on a normal schedule in most cities.

- For residential curbside garbage collection, the City of Toronto website advises that service isn't provided on any Monday, so the public isn't affected on Easter Monday.

- Other Toronto garbage services are mixed. A complete list of services is available at

- In Quebec, businesses had the choice of giving their employees either Good Friday or Easter Monday off as a statutory holiday.