55 outdoor pools are now open in Toronto for evening and weekend swimming

There are now more than 50 outdoor pools open in Toronto that people can go to to beat the heat.

On Saturday, the city opened 45 pools for weekend and evening swimming.

This is in addition to the 10 pools that partially opened last week, bringing the total to 55.

Toronto’s outdoor pools will be open full-time starting Thursday, June 30.

The city’s wading pools are also scheduled to open that day.

Splash and spray pads in Toronto have been open since May.

Anyone wishing to visit a city pool should visit the Toronto Swimming and Water Play page for more information.

Swimmers should note that reservations are not required for recreational or recreational swimming this year. Reservations are only possible for lane swimming and aquafit lessons. For the coming week, new places will become available on Thursday morning at 8 am.

Those visiting the city’s outdoor pools should be aware that supervision and/or swimming ability requirements for children under 10 years of age apply at all of the city’s outdoor pools.

While swimming in the outdoor lane is free and open to swimmers seven and older to swim continuous lengths or widths, guardians are reminded to supervise children at all times.

Visitors to the pool should also listen to lifeguards on duty, the city said in a press release.

People can visit the city’s pool closures and service alerts webpage for the most current list of pool closures and service interruptions.

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