Stay Safe, Stay Warm and Stay Healthy!
Toronto Ourdoor Public Sakting Info:
1. Outdoor leisure skate capacity is capped at a maximum of 25 skaters on the ice.
2. Reservations are encouraged. A small number of spots will be available for drop-in.
3. Regular outdoor rinks open 10am - 10pm.
For dealied informiaton and reservition visit: Toronto Outdoor Skating.
- Valentine's Day: Sun. Feb. 14
- Family Day (Ontario): Mon. Feb. 15
- Daylight Saving Time Begins: Sun. Mar. 14
- March Break: Mon. Mar. 15 to Fri. Mar. 19
- St. Patrick's Day:
Wed. Mar. 17
- Earth Hour: Sat. Mar. 27, 8:30 pm - 9:30 pm
- Good Friday: Fri. Apr. 2
- Easter Sunday (Western): Sun. Apr. 4
- Easter Monday (Western): Mon. Apr. 5
DID YOu KNOW?
The longest-running Saint Patrick's Day parade in Canada occurs each year in Montreal, Québec. The parades have been held in continuity since 1824; however, St. Patrick's Day itself has been celebrated in Montreal as far back as 1759 by Irish soldiers in the Montreal Garrison following the British conquest of New France.
In Canada, Saint Patrick's Day is an official holiday only in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador. In the City of Toronto from 1919 to 1927, the Toronto Maple Leafs were known as the Toronto St. Patricks, and wore green jerseys. In 1999 when the Leafs played on Hockey Night in Canada (national broadcast of the NHL) on St. Patrick's Day, the Leafs wore the green St. Pats retro jersey.
Although the baseball season is still in the spring training phase when St. Patrick's Day rolls around, the Toronto Blue Jays wear green uniforms for the occasion.
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It was July 2004 when Beaches Living launched its flagship community publication Beaches Living Guide, a publication looking back at the history of the place we live, work and play. We also shared many stories of the local landscape, architecture and their global connections.
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