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What is TD's Holiday Schedule?

While our branches are closed on all Statutory Holidays, you can still do all your banking from the comfort of home, or on the go. Whether you use EasyWeb or the TD app, it's safe and secure, and makes everyday banking easy.

2020 Branches Closed

New Year's Day

Wednesday, January 1

All branches will be closed

Traditional Holiday (Quebec only)

Thursday, January 2

Family Day (Alberta, British Columbia, Saskatchewan, New Brunswick and Ontario)

Monday, February 17

Louis Riel Day (Manitoba)

Monday, February 17

Islander Day (Prince Edward Island)

Monday, February 17

Heritage Day (Nova Scotia)

Monday, February 17

Heritage Day (Yukon only)

Friday, February 21

Good Friday

Friday, April 10

Easter Sunday

Sunday, April 12
All branches closed on Sunday April 12

Easter Monday (Territorial-Nunavut)

Monday, April 13

Victoria Day

Monday, May 18
All branches closed on Sunday May 17

National Aboriginal Day (Northwest Territories and Yukon only)

Sunday, June 21

St. Jean Baptiste Day (Quebec only)

Wednesday, June 24 

Discovery Day (Newfoundland & Labrador only)

Wednesday, June 24

Canada Day

Wednesday, July 1

Nunavut Day

Thusday, July 9

Civic Holiday (Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia, Ontario, and Saskatchewan)

Monday, August 3
Branches closed on Sunday August 2 and Monday August 3

Discovery Day (Yukon only)

Monday, August 17

Labour Day

Monday, September 7
All branches closed on Sunday September 6 and Monday September 7

Thanksgiving Day

Monday, October 12
All branches closed on Sunday October 11 and Monday October 12

Remembrance Day

Wednesday, November 11

Christmas Eve

Thursday, December 24 
All branches will close at 4:00pm

Christmas Day

Friday, December 25

Boxing Day

Saturday, December 26

All branches closed on Friday December 25, Saturday December 26, Sunday December 27 and Monday December 28 

New Year's Eve

Tuesday, December 31 
All branches will close at 4:00pm

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