Open in full screen mode Certain businesses and services remain accessible during the end-of-year holidays. (Archive photo) Radio-Canada Voice synthesis, based on artificial intelligence, allows you to generate spoken text from written text. Not all establishments will lower the curtain during the holidays. Whether it's Christmas, New Year's Eve or January 1st, certain businesses and services remain accessible. Here is an overview of public businesses and services open or closed. LoadingForeign interference: commission hearings to begin January 29 Foreign interference: Commission hearings to begin January 29 ELSE ON NEWS: Foreign interference: Commission hearings to begin January 29 Post navigation Canadian GDP stagnates for a third consecutive month in October What Christmas will travelers have at the country's airports this year?