Toronto to maintain more outdoor spaces during winter due to coronavirus pandemic – Toronto

The City of Toronto will ramp up winter maintenance so residents can spend more time outdoors.

Mayor John Tory says the city wants people to stay active despite COVID-19, even in sub-zero temperatures.

He says residents can spend time in parks alone or with members of their household during the lockdown.

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He says there are also 23 toboggan hills, eight new snow loops at golf courses and numerous outdoor ice rinks.

The rinks will have a capacity of 25 people to follow provincial pandemic rules.

The city will also maintain an extra 60 kilometres of paved trails and pathways.

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“Much as the pandemic makes things different, we’re committed to giving people more things to do outside safely,” Tory said on Wednesday.


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