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Skating season is here! On November 22, 15 outdoor rinks opened for the season (weather permitting). This includes featured locations like Nathan Phillips Square, the new covered rink and skating path at Greenwood Park, and the skating trail at Colonel Samuel Smith Park. The City's 36 other outdoor rinks will open Saturday, November 29.Visit outdoor rinks for details.
The Etobicoke Olympium is open and offering full aquatic and gymnasium programming. The lower level of the building, including the Weight Room and Exercise Training Centre is closed until further notice due to remediation work.
On October 4, City of Toronto representatives in partnership with the Garden Club of Toronto (GCT) joined by June Callwood's family members and the Fort York community to celebrate the opening of June Callwood Park located at 636 Fleet Street. The celebration included a ribbon-cutting ceremony and an entertaining and interactive tour of the park's unique elements by the local art group, Shadowland Theatre.
Thank you to everyone who participated in the photo contest and to our contest sponsor, Nikon Canada. Stay tuned... contest winners and honourable mentions will be announced at the end of December! In the meantime, please enjoy our contest photo gallery.
We'd like your feedback on some of the place-making we're doing to create small scale but dynamic gathering spaces to serve as recognizable Pan Am / Parapan Am Games event and location markers. Please fill out our survey to tell us what you think about the benches and planters we're testing out.
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