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Outdoor skating rinks open this week in Toronto

Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow. Winter has finally blown into Toronto, putting a hard stop on the unseasonably warm weather we'd been experiencing up until Saturday. It looks like it's chilly days from here on in, but at least there's a silver lining: outdoor skating.

Toronto's outdoor rinks open this week. Some should be ready by Saturday, November 26 and the rest will open up by December 3.

If you're heading to the Cavalcade of Lights on Saturday night, this means you'll be able to join the skating party happening alongside all of the holiday festivities. So lace up and hit the ice before it gets too cold out.

Here are all the rinks that should be open on Saturday:

  • Alexandra Park/Harry Gairey
  • Broadlands CC
  • Cedarvale Park
  • Christie Pits
  • Colonel Samuel Smith Park
  • Dieppe Park
  • Dufferin Grove Park
  • Giovanni Caboto
  • Glen Long CC
  • Greenwood Park
  • High Park
  • Hodgson Public School Grounds
  • Irving W Chapley CC
  • Kew Gardens
  • Ledbury Park
  • Mel Lastman Square
  • Monarch Park
  • Nathan Phillips Square
  • North Toronto Memorial CRC/Eglinton Park
  • Otter Creek Centre
  • Ramsden Park
  • Regent Park
  • Rennie Park
  • Rosedale Park
  • Royalcrest Rink
  • Scarborough Civic Centre/Albert Campbell Square
  • Sherbourne Common/ Paul Quarrington Ice Rink
  • Sir Adam Beck Rink
  • Sunnydale Acres Rink
  • Trinity Bellwoods Park
  • Van Horne Park/Pleasantview Rink
  • Wallace Emerson Park
  • West Deane Park/Martingrove
  • West Mall Rink
  • Westway Outdoor Rink
  • Withrow Park

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