"People must always stay two metres (six feet) apart while visiting the City's parks". The 6ix had closed all facilities back in March as the seriousness of the COVID-19 pandemic became apparent.
The city has no plans to reopen baseball diamonds and sports fields at this time. Permits from the TDSB remain cancelled until further notice.
Londoners can now play catch, kick a ball around, fly a kite or exercise at the park, but outdoor playgrounds and play structures remain off limits.
"While visiting a park, people must continue to practise physical distancing".
"This is great news for all Toronto residents who enjoy our parks.
Signage is being installed at open park amenity areas to remind users of the importance of physical distancing to help stop the spread of COVID-19 to protect the safety and well-being of all residents", the City said.