City of Brandon 2018 Canada Day Long Weekend Hours of Operation

June 27, 2018

  • Brandon City Hall (410-9th Street), the City of Brandon Civic Services Complex (900 Richmond Avenue East), and the A.R. McDiarmid Civic Complex (638 Princess Avenue) will all be closed on Monday, July 2rd in observance of Canada Day, and will re-open for regular business hours on Tuesday, July 3rd.
  • Brandon Transit users should take note of the following Canada Day Long Weekend Hours of Operation:

           Saturday, June 30th – regular hours of operation (6 a.m. to midnight)
           Sunday, July 1st – NO OPERATION
           Monday, July 2nd – regular hours of operation (6 a.m. to midnight), Transit Information Centre on Rosser Ave closed

A reminder from Brandon Transit that changes to two of its routes - Routes 16 (South End Link) and Route 19 (Mall-Downtown Link) – come into effect on Monday, June 2nd. More information about these route changes can be found at

  • Hours of operation at the Eastview Landfill on Canada Day are from 8 a.m. until 4:45 p.m.  A full list of seasonal hours of operation can be found at
  • Brandon’s Community Sportsplex is closed on Canada Day, but staff invite you to take advantage of programming before and after the holiday, including lap swim (12pm-1pm) and public swim (1pm-6pm) on Saturday, June 30th and on Monday, July 2nd.  Meanwhile, the facility’s ice arena re-opens after a period of scheduled maintenance on Monday, July 2nd, featuring open training (7am-8:30am) and public skate (9am-11am). Visit for a full calendar of events.
  • The City of Brandon’s two outdoor pools, and four spray parks are also open through the Canada Day Long Weekend  – find individual locations and hours of operation at
  • The Wheat City Golf Course is also open for full 18-hole play, from 8 a.m. until dusk. Tee times can be booked by calling 204-729-2177 or by visiting
  • Canada Day festivities at Brandon’s Riverbank Discovery Centre kick off at 11:30 a.m. You can find the full schedule online at
  • Finally, a reminder from Brandon Fire & Emergency Services, that pursuant to City of Brandon Fireworks By-law # 5821, no person shall purchase fireworks, fire, set off, or otherwise ignite any fireworks in or above the City except under a permit issued by the Fire Chief. Additionally, if any fireworks are purchased at a retailer within the City of Brandon, the retailer must provide a waiver form for the purchaser to sign stating that the fireworks will not be set off within the City of Brandon. Individuals found to be in contravention of the Fireworks By-Law may face a fine of anywhere between $200 and $1,000. Don't risk a fine - head down to the Riverbank Discovery Centre and watch Brandon's amazing Canada Day fireworks display instead!