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Toronto has now the second period of lockdown. Masks are required even while skating. For details on disruptions to regular services: toronto.ca

There are NO programs running on city ice rinks apart from Leisure skate.

Reservations are encouraged. Ten spots out of every 25 will be available for participants who are not able to make a reservation online. Capacity is limited to 25 people per ice pad and skaters should only skate with members of their household. Leisure skate times will run in 45-minute sessions and skating is only permitted during supervised hours. Indoor washroom access will be available, however, change rooms are closed and skaters should come ready to skate.


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The CELOS/City of Toronto skate lending story so far

Skate Rental.
Natural Ice Rinks.
Covered Outdoor Ice Rinks.
List of Unfenced Ice Rinks.
City of Toronto free skate exchanges


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