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COVID-19: What’s closed or cancelled in Toronto


COVID-19: What’s open and closed in Toronto – With so many stories on closures and cancellations over the past few days as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, here is a comprehensive list of venue and event cancellations and closures in an effort to safeguard the city of Toronto and it’s residents.

What’s Closed in Toronto until further notice

• The Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) is closed March 13 at 9pm through Sunday April 5

• The Royal Ontario Museum will be closed to the public from March 13 at 5:30 pm – April 5

• The CN Tower will be closed from March 14 – April 14

• The Toronto Zoo and Terra Lumina will be closed until further notice effective Saturday March 14

Casa Loma will close tour operation from March 13th at 5pm until further notice, but will continue with its private bookings

Hockey Hall of Fame will be closed until April 6

Ontario Science Centre is closed until further notice

Ontario Place Cinesphere will be closed until further notice

Mirvish theatrical performances including Hamilton, Come From Away, Us/Them and the Donna Summer Musical are suspended March 14 – April 12

Royal Botanical Gardens is closed until April 6 or longer

•Many daycare centres including TDSB will be closed until April 5

• All City of Toronto recreational facilities are closed until further notice

•Most post-secondary institutions have suspended in-person classes (many online classes available)

• All publicly funded Ontario schools will be closed from March 14 – April 5

• All recreational, library and cultural facilities in Mississauga March 14 – April 5

• The Ontario Legislature might remain closed beyond March Break

What’s Cancelled, Suspended or Postponed in Toronto

• All 4 professional big league sports teams – Raptors, Maple Leafs, Toronto FC and the Blue Jays – and their corresponding leagues –NBA, NHL, MLS, MLB – have postponed all games and activities until further notice

Ontario Hockey League has cancelled the OHL Cup 2020 and paused the OHL regular season until further notice

Ontario Minor Hockey Association has suspended all minor hockey activity across the GTA

Toronto St. Patrick’s Day Parade is cancelled on March 15.

Toronto Comicon is cancelled

• City of Toronto March Break Camps are cancelled

Toronto Symphony Orchestra is cancelling all remaining March performances

• Canadian Screen Week announced the cancellation of its activities, including the broadcast gala set for March 29 in Toronto.

The Home Show that was meant to begin Friday March 13 at the Enercare Centre is cancelled

Canada Blooms, Canada’s largest garden show, slated to open today until March 22 at the Enercare Centre is cancelled

Hot Docs Film Festival will postpone its event which was set to take place April 30 to May 10.

City of Toronto Council and committee meetings are cancelled until further notice

Ontario Superior Court has suspended juries for upcoming trials until further notice

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