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We want to make sure that you stay up to date with the latest openings of businesses 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 October 16th - 


What is Changing/Closing?

The province has announced a modified Stage 2 for these regions which are considered hot spots - Toronto, Ottawa, Peel and York Region.

The restrictions will be in place for 28 days.

  • Reducing limits for all social gatherings and organized public events to a maximum of 10 people indoors and 25 people outdoors where physical distancing can be maintained. The two limits may not be combined for an indoor-outdoor event;
  • Prohibiting indoor food and drink service in restaurants, bars and other food and drink establishments, including nightclubs and food court areas in malls;

Closing of:

  • Indoor gyms and fitness centres (e.g., yoga studios, dance studios);
  • Casinos, bingo halls and other gaming establishments;
  • Cinemas;
  • Performing arts centres and venues;
  • Spectator areas in racing venues;
  • Interactive exhibits or exhibits with high risk of personal contact in museums, galleries, zoos, science centres, landmarks, etc.;
  • Prohibiting personal care services where face coverings must be removed for the service;

Reducing the capacity limits for:

  • Tour and guide services to 10 people indoors and 25 people outdoors
  • Real Estate open houses to 10 people indoors, where physical distancing can be maintained.
  • In-person teaching and instruction (e.g., cooking class,) to 10 people indoors and 25 people outdoors, with exemptions for schools, child care centres, universities, colleges of applied arts and technology, private career colleges, the Ontario Police College, etc.
  • Meeting and event spaces to 10 people indoors and 25 people outdoors, and limiting team sports to training sessions (no games or scrimmages).
  • Schools and places of worship will remain open in these communities and must continue to follow the public health measures in place. 

Effective Tuesday, October 13, 2020 at 12:01 a.m.,:

  • Wedding receptions will be temporarily have limitations in these regions. Wedding receptions scheduled this weekend may proceed in line with current public health measures - including new gathering limits of 10 indoors and 25 outdoors at event spaces.

The City of Toronto announced the suspension of some recreational programs starting Tuesday, October 13. 

This includes:

  • registered and instructional programs such as learn to skate and swim programs, dance, group fitness and wellness programs
  • hockey games and scrimmages
  • drop-in sports programs other than leisure and lane swim and leisure skate
  • table tennis, billiards, foosball
  • access to the City’s two conservatories
  • indoor permits for social gatherings and sport games/group fitness. 

The provincial government announced, that bars and restaurants in Ontario will have to stop serving alcohol at 11pm, and will be forced to close at midnight. The new rules go into effect at midnight on Friday, September 25th. 

Private and unmonitered gatherings have been limited to 10 people indoors and 25 people outdoors for the next 28 days. Events held in staffed facilities are excluded, such as movie theatres, places of worship, gyms and convention centres.