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Find the Spring/Summer 2016 Fun Guide on our website. Fun Guide printed copies will be distributed at civic centres, community centres and libraries in the up-coming days.
Effective immediately children must be 4 years (48 months) of age on the first day attending any camp program. Read more about the new regulations issued by the Province of Ontario.
The City of Toronto is developing a 20-year plan to guide decision-making and investment in facilities such as community centres, sport fields, pools, ice rinks, and bike/skate parks. Whether you've ever used our facilities or not, we want to hear from you. Attend a town hall meeting in person or online – get details.
To help celebrate Family Day, the City of Toronto has planned a number of outdoor and indoor activities that are fun for the whole family at various city-owned facilities across Toronto!
Snap and Share the wonders of winter in Toronto to WIN! From now until February 29 snap photos in Toronto parks, ravines and recreation centres for your chance to win great prizes. Enter Now!
NEW Parks, Forestry & Recreation now offers ONLINE ICE RENTAL BOOKING! Search, book a permit, and pay for last minute ice rink bookings online.
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