The City of Greater Sudbury’s hours of operation will be affected by this Canada Day holiday on Friday, while a special Canada Day Celebration shuttle bus will be in operation.
The shuttle service to the festivities at Science North will be provided by GOVA Transit at a cost of $1 per person, which includes a return trip.
Buses will depart the downtown transit hub and Southridge Mall (TSC Hardware entrance) every 30 minutes, from 11:45 a.m. to 9:45 p.m., and return trips will begin after the fireworks, at approximately 10:45 p.m. Connecting service to other parts of the city will depart from the downtown transit hub, with more information available by phoning 705-675-3333.
The Canada Day festivities are free of charge and scheduled to take place from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., during which a series of live performances will take place. Various vendors will set up shop, while family-friendly activities such as face painting, outdoor science activities and other things take place.
The following is the municipal service schedule for Canada Day:
- There will be no household waste collection. Residents who normally have waste collection on Fridays will instead receive waste collection on Saturday. Place waste at the roadside no later than 7 a.m. on Saturday.
- Landfills, transfer sites and the Recycling Centre will be open.
- GOVA Transit will follow holiday routes and schedules.
- Greater Sudbury pools and fitness facilities will be closed.
- Libraries, Citizen Service Centres, Tom Davies Square and the Greater Sudbury Animal Shelter will be closed.
- 311 and Live Web Chat (311.greatersudbury.ca) will not be available. Phone 311 for urgent public works, animal control or COVID-19 enforcement services. Register to submit service requests any time on the Customer Service Portal at or email firstname.lastname@example.org.