ALL POOLS AND SPLASH-PADS OPEN BY SAT 27 JUNE
The City began opening its outdoor aquatic amenities this week, beginning with splash pads on Wednesday. All 140 splash pad locations across Toronto will be open by tomorrow. capacity at outdoor pools will be reduced to 25 per cent.
CITY UPDATE ON SERVICES AND ActiveTO THIS W/E
The City continues to safely and gradually open services and amenities. residents heading outside this weekend are reminded of the importance of washing/sanitizing their hands often, staying within their social circle of no more than 10 people, avoiding crowds, practicing physical distancing, and wearing a face covering where this is difficult
TORONTO ENTERS PHASE 2 REOPENING
The City of Toronto enters Stage 2 reopening Wednesday June 25. This means the safe restart of some services and businesses including restaurants and bars with patios, personal care services, shopping malls and select recreational spaces such as splash pads and pools.
STATE OF EMERGENCY EXTENDED TO JULY 15
A PC motion tabled last Wednesday to extend Ontario’s ongoing state of emergency until at least July 15 has passed in the legislature.
MORE ActiveTO CYCLING CONNECTIONS ADDED
Two major downtown ActiveTO cycling network connections, on parts of University Avenue/Queen’s Park Crescent and Bloor Street, will be installed before the weekend.
TORONTO ISLAND FERRY SERVICES TO RESUME
The City will resume its public ferry service to Toronto Island Park on June 27. The ferries will operate at 50 per cent maximum capacity, with a number of COVID-19 guidelines and procedures in place to protect passengers and staff.
REGISTRATIONS FOR CampTO OPEN UP WEDNESDAY
The City is offering summer camps across Toronto beginning July 13 as part of its CampTO initiative.
HOW COVID HAS IMPACTED THE ECONOMY
A neat set of charts and data from CBC about how COVID19 has changed Canada’s economy for the worse – but also for the better.
LIST OF SHOPPING MALLS REOPENING
Selected shopping malls in Toronto are reopening on June 24 as the city enters Stage 2 of Ontario’s regional approach to reopening the province.
CITY SEEKS RESIDENT INPUT ON RECOVERY/ REBUILD
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LIFEGUARDS RETURN TO T.O. BEACHES
Lifeguards will now supervise swim areas from 11:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. daily to make it easier for Torontonians to cool down outdoors.