The free skating rink outside Union Station is back this year to enjoy throughout the Holiday season. Today, Mayor John Tory, along with Lawrence Zucker, President and CEO of Osmington.
13 more Toronto outdoor rinks open December 4 TORONTO, ON, November 18, 2021 - Today, Mayor John Tory announced at the Greenwood Park outdoor rink that 38 of the City’s.
As part of its Welcome T.O. Winter parks plan this season, the City of Toronto worked closely with community groups to facilitate 46 natural ice rinks in parks across the.
The Bentway Skate Trail under the Gardiner Expressway is now open for a safely distanced skate at the foot of downtown Toronto. It's a uniquely urban 220-metre meandering skate trail.
Registration for City of Toronto fall recreation programs starts Saturday, September 12 at 7 a.m. TORONTO, ON. September 9, 2020 — Registration for Toronto fall recreations programs — Registration for.
Escape busy downtown Toronto at these two skating areas near the square. If Nathan Phillips Square is feeling too mainstream for a place to skate, just a short walk from.
The City of Toronto is hosting a Christmas-tree-lighting ceremony at Scarborough Civic Centre on Friday, December 6 from 7 to 9 p.m. The event will take place in Albert Campbell.
One of the most Canadian winter experiences may very well be skating outside, perhaps as the snowflakes are softly falling, (cue the Vince Guaraldi Trio's 'A Charlie Brown Christmas' music).
Presented by the Canadian National Exhibition the Aurora Winter Festival has transformed Ontario Place’s West Island in a magical winter wonderland with light displays, amusement rides, a Christmas Market, ice.
Celebrate the holidays in Toronto's beautiful and reimagined historic brick factory. There are many activities going on at the Winter Village on any given day and it all begins on.
The Natrel Rink at Harbourfront Centre is the first of Toronto's more than 113 outdoor and indoor skating rinks to officially open. Thanks to the colder temperatures, skaters were able.
With Hallowe'en and Remembrance Day ceremonies behind us, the exciting build up to Christmas has officially begun in Toronto. It all gets underway Thursday, November 14 with two tree lighting.