TORONTO ISLAND PARK CLOSED AS WATER LEVELS RISE

May 16, 2017

By Bob Komsic

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Recent heavy rain’s forced the cancellation of many activities on Toronto Island.
(Bernard Weil / Toronto Star)
The city has been working with the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority, monitoring levels of the lake, which are expected to rise for several more weeks – even if we don’t get anymore rain.
Experts advise it’ll likely take several weeks for the water to subside.
Staff are evaluating the situation daily and will make decisions about access and park operations.
As of now, all permits at Toronto Island Park up to and including June 30 are cancelled.
Ferry service is restricted to Island residents and essential personnel only.
All three Island beaches are closed until further notice.
Centreville will remain closed until at least the end of June.
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