Outdoor Skating in Toronto


Free leisure skating will be available at 54 city-run outdoor ice rinks, including Nathan Phillips Square. The rinks will start operating on Nov. 28, weather allowing. There will be room for a maximum of 25 participants at a time.

Those who want to skate will have to reserve a spot online and check online to confirm that the rink is open. A small number of spots will be open to those who don’t have reservations. Each time slot will run for 45 minutes.

Participants are strongly encouraged to wear face masks on and off the ice and masks will be mandatory while waiting in line.

Skating will not be allowed at the rinks outside of supervised hours.

While indoors washrooms will be open around rinks, change rooms will be closed, so skaters need to come dressed to skate.

In addition to purpose-built ice rinks, the city will also authorize around 30 natural ice rinks and will be accepting applications until December 31 for community-built and maintained natural ice rinks in city parks.

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