Here Is a Full List of Everything That Will Be Re-opening

We want to make sure that you stay up to date with the latest openings of business in Toronto. Here is the list of everything that has been given the green light to reopen.

As more information becomes available, we will update this list! 


Last updated on July 7. 


What will open next?

As of July 7, sport fields are allowed to reopen under the following rules - maximum of 10 people allowed on all city sports fields and scrimmages and games will also not be allowed.


Dates of Attations Opening - 

  • As of Sunday June 28th, you can travel to the Toronto Islands! Public washrooms on the islands will be open as will splash pads, some food and beverage outlets, the Franklin Gardens, the William Meany Maze, the disc golf course and a first aid station.
  • Eaton Centre - Open Now
  • Casa Loma - June 26th 
  • Ripley's Aquarium - June 26th 
  • Toronto Zoo - June 27th 
  • AGO - July 2nd 
  • CN Tower - July 15th 

What Businesses Can Open During Phase 2?

  • Outdoor dine-in services at restaurants, bars and other establishments, including patios, curbside, parking lots and adjacent properties
  • Select personal and personal care services with the proper health and safety measures in place, including tattoo parlours, barber shops, hair salons and beauty salons
  • Shopping malls under existing restrictions, including food services reopening for take-out and outdoor dining only
  • Tour and guide services, such as bike and walking, bus and boat tours, as well as tasting and tours for wineries, breweries and distilleries
  • All places of worship in Ontario will also be permitted to open with physical distancing in place and attendance limited to no more than 30 per cent of the building's capacity.
  • The City of Toronto and Peel are allowed to move into Phase 2 by Wednesday June 24th. Meaning that malls, hair salons and restaurant patios and public pools can re-open!
  • Mayor John Tory has announced that City of Toronto operated childcare centres will begin a phased-in approach to re-opening starting on June 29. The re-opening will be gradual, starting with 10 centres, before more open up throughout the summer and fall.

Water recreational facilities such as outdoor splash pads and wading pools, and all swimming pools;

  • Beach access and additional camping at Ontario Parks
  • Camping at private campgrounds;
  • Outdoor-only recreational facilities and training for outdoor team sports, with limits to enable physical distancing
  • Drive-in and drive-through venues for theatres, concerts, animal attractions and cultural appreciation, such as art installations
  • Film and television production activities, with limits to enable physical distancing
  • Weddings and funerals, with limits on social gatherings to 10 people


Keep checking back here for more updates!