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What’s open and closed in Burnaby this New Year’s weekend

Know before you go!

By Burnaby Beacon Staff | December 31, 2021 |5:00 am

We’ve made it to the end of 2021, Burnaby. With New Year’s Day falling on a weekend, you may be running around trying to get some last-minute errands done for your stay-at-home (small) celebrations.

We’ve compiled a list of what’s open and closed on New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day in Burnaby to help you with your long weekend planning.

Have a safe and happy New Year, Burnaby!

City services

Burnaby City Hall will be open for limited holiday hours:

  • Dec 31 – 8am to 4:45pm
  • Jan 3 – CLOSED in lieu of New Years Day
  • City hall will fully reopen to the public on Jan 4, 2022

Burnaby Public Library

  • Dec 31 – All locations open until 5pm
  • January 1-3 CLOSED
  • All locations will resume regular hours on Jan 4

Malls

  • The Amazing Brentwood: Dec 31: 10 am to 5pm/ Jan 1: 10am to 5pm
  •  Metropolis at Metrotown: Dec 31: 10 am to 6pm/ Jan 1: 11am to 7pm
  • The City of Lougheed Mall: Dec 31: 11am to 5pm/ Jan 1: 11am to 6pm
  • Crystal Mall: Dec 31 and Jan 1: Regular hours (9am to 9pm). Please note, individual shops have their own opening hours. 

Liquor Stores:

  • BC Liquor stores will be open on Dec 31 from 9:30am to 6pm. All locations will be CLOSED on Jan 1.
  • Independent liquor stores may have adjusted hours. Check out their info here:

Grocery Stores:

Check New Year’s Eve and New Years Day hours for your local grocer here:

Drug Stores

Check New Year’s Eve and New Years Day hours for your local drug store here:

Burnaby Beacon Staff

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