The City of Toronto Municipal Code, Chapter 510, Holiday Shopping and the Ontario Retail Business Holidays Act generally require retail stores to be closed on Public or Retail Holidays (i.e. New Year's Day, Family Day, Good Friday, Easter Sunday, Victoria Day, Canada Day, Labour Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day).

- aidle (越灌越内疚) at 2011-12-23 08:34:03 (y1790278)

Exemptions:Certain types of businesses are permitted to open on Retail Holidays, including:
-Retail businesses less than 2,400 square feet that sell: foodstuff; tobacco; antiques; handicrafts; fresh fruit and vegetables; books, magazines or newspapers; and art
-Pharmacies less than 7,500 square feet
-Gas stations
-Retail businesses licensed under the Liquor License Act
-Retail businesses licensed under the Tourism Act
-Retail businesses that provide vehicle or boat rental or repair

Tourist areas:There are five tourist areas in Toronto that are legally allowed to remain open on Retail Holidays:
-Queens Quay West
-Toronto Eaton Centre and the Hudson's Bay Company
-Downtown Yonge Street Business Improvement Area
-Bloor-Yorkville Business Improvement Area
-Distillery Historic District

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