Ontario is entering Step 1 of the Summer Reopening Plan on June 11th.
Here is a list of what is open and closed in GTA.
Those in Toronto, Halton, Peel and York can book the second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine starting June 14th.
What is Open/Closed in GTA:
Starting June 11th:
- Indoor public events and social gatherings are prohibited, except for those in the same household. People who live alone can be in close contact with one other household (this is the same restriction as before. The province has not updated the guidance for indoors)
- Outdoor social gatherings and organized public events with up to 10 people.
- Weddings, funerals and other religious services, rites or ceremonies:
- Outdoor — capped at the number of people that can maintain a physical distance of two metres
- Indoor — permitted at up to 15 per cent capacity of the particular room;
What is Open for in-person shopping/activities:
Starting June 11th:
- All non-essential retail shops including stores like Home Depot, Ikea, Canadian Tire can reopen at 15 per cent capacity, with no restrictions on the goods that can be sold.
- All essential stores like grocery chains etc at 25% capacity and can sell all goods (including discount and big box).
- All liquor stores like the LCBO, Beer Store at 25% capacity.
- Cannabis stores at 25% capacity.
- Outdoor dining with up to four people per table, with exceptions for larger households;
- Outdoor fitness classes, outdoor groups in personal training and outdoor individual/team sport training to be permitted with up to 10 people
- Day camps for children
- Drive-in & Drive-Thru Events (In-person Events)
- Drive-In Theatres
- Overnight camping at campgrounds and campsites, including Ontario Parks (Reserve Your Visit in Advance to Popular Ontario Parks)
- Outdoor attractions like Toronto zoos, landmarks, historic sites, botanical gardens with capacity and other restrictions.
- Airbnb and other Short term rentals
- In-Vehicle Passenger Road Testing begins June 14th. Road tests will be available by appointment only.
- Financial services like banks
- Healthcare services
- Veterinary services and other businesses that provide pet services and for the health and welfare of animals, including:farms, boarding kennels, stables, animal shelters
research facilities, pet groomers, pet sitters, pet walkers, pet trainers (including for service animals)
- Laundromats and drycleaners
- Hotels, motels, lodges, cabins, cottages, resorts, student residences.
- Beaches, Outdoor swimming pools, baseball diamonds, batting cages, soccer, football and sports fields, tennis, platform tennis, table tennis and pickleball courts. basketball courts, BMX parks, skate parks, frisbee golf locations, cycling tracks and bike trails, horse riding facilities, shooting ranges including those operated by rod and gun clubs
- Golf courses and driving ranges
- Toronto Zoo opens to the public on June 19th
What is Open By Curbside Delivery
Starting June 11th:
- Libraries are open for curbside, delivery and pick-up.
- Stores inside Shopping Malls access is limited to curbside pickup and only by appointment.
What is closed:
- Retail stores in malls closed unless the stores have a street-facing entrance
- Restaurants for indoor in-person dining.
- Amusement parks, water parks
- Bathhouses and sex clubs
- Casinos, bingo halls and gaming establishments
- Concert venues, theatres and cinemas
- Horse racing (open for training only, no races or spectators)
- Motorsports (not open for spectators)
- Museums and cultural amenities
- Personal care services like barbershops and hairdressers
- Gyms – Indoor facilities
- City of Toronto Facilities
- Beaches staffed.
- 10 outdoor pools open starting June 12th, rest will open on June 19th.
Region of Peel:
- City of Pickering
- Town of Ajax
- Town of Whitby
- City of Oshawa
- Township of Scugog
- Township of Brock
- Town of Aurora
- Town of East Gwillimbury
- Town of Georgina
- Township of King
- City of Markham
- Town of Newmarket
- Town of Richmond Hill
- City of Vaughan
- Town of Whitchurch–Stouffville