Tickets are limited to 5,000 per day. Visitors must purchase tickets online in advance at toronto.ca/ferry.
Lifeguards will return to the four Toronto Island Park swimming beaches on July 1.
Services and amenities that are open at Toronto Island Park on Canada Day include washrooms, a splash pad, a first aid station, William Meany Maze, some food and beverage outlets and disc golf.
FIREWORKS AND BONFIRES
Family fireworks can be discharged on your private property without a permit on Canada Day, but people must comply with the City of Toronto fireworks bylaws.
Residents are asked not to discharge fireworks where they may be a nuisance, pose a risk of fire, injury or damage to any person or property.
A bylaw prohibits residents from setting off or selling fireworks in city-owned parks.
Residents are reminded that bonfires and the consumption of alcohol are not permitted in parks, beaches or public spaces.
Some curb-lane closures, to accommodate new cafés/patios, will be in place on Wednesday for the first CafeTO locations throughout the city.
PUBLIC TRANSIT AND OTHER SERVICES
TTC service will operate on a Sunday schedule but service will begin early, at approximately 6 a.m.
The following amenities and attractions will be closed on Canada Day:
• St. Lawrence Market
• Toronto Public Library branches
• City administrative services
• High Park Zoo and Riverdale Farm
City of Toronto emergency and 24-hour services will operate on July 1.
VIRTUAL CANADA DAY CELEBRATIONS
This year, the city is joining other municipalities across Canada in hosting a national virtual Canada Day. All in-person Canada Day events have been cancelled.
Canada Day 2020 will feature four livestreamed segments on the city’s YouTube channel.