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Covid Rink Rules Nov. 28, 2020

No shinny
~ masks "strongly recommended," but not mandatory
~ 25 people per pad at a time
~ registration available ahead of time in 45-minute slots, plus 10 of every ~ 25 spots available for drop-in
~ all skaters must give their first name and phone number
~ no skate lending.

Registration is now open, the link is below.

From the city's press release:

To reduce the spread of COVID-19 at City outdoor ice rinks, participants must maintain a physical distance of six metres from people other than their household members at all times. The City is strongly recommending that masks or cloth face coverings be worn on and off the ice surface and masks are mandatory while waiting in line. Leisure skate times will run in 45-minute sessions and skating on the City’s outdoor ice rinks is only permitted during supervised hours. Capacity for all skating rinks is limited to 25 people per ice pad. This restriction is in place to ensure people can participate safely and continued compliance with orders from the Province of Ontario. Indoor washroom access will be available, however, change rooms are closed and skaters should come ready to skate. Customer service representatives will be onsite at City rinks to facilitate health screening, provide information and help with line management.

Participants should plan ahead to play as reservations are encouraged for outdoor Walk Fit and skating at the City’s outdoor rinks. A small number of spots will be reserved for people who are not able to make a reservation online. Reservations can be made online at https://www.toronto.ca/explore-enjoy/recreation/recreation-reservations/. In order to make a reservation, people are required to register with eFun https://www.toronto.ca/explore-enjoy/recreation/how-to-register-for-recreation-programs/ and obtain at client and family PIN number by calling 416-396-7378. As ice-making and maintenance is weather-dependent and registrants will not receive cancellations by phone or email, people should check rink status online before heading out to skate: https://www.toronto.ca/explore-enjoy/recreation/recreation-service-alerts/.


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