Ontario provincial parks will reopen but for day-use only

Ontario Premier Doug Ford listens to a question during a daily COVID-19 press conference at Queen’s Park in Toronto on Saturday, May 9, 2020.
The Canadian Press/Richard Lautens

Date of Publication: May 9, 2020

Source: CTV News

On Saturday, Premier Doug Ford announced that Ontario’s provincial parks and conservation areas will reopen this week for “day-use only”. This reopening is ahead of the previous anticipated schedule when parks were ordered closed in mid-March and not expected to reopen until May 31. This announcement comes at a time when Ontarians are looking forward to spending more time outdoors due to the warmer weather. Users are still required to adhere to physical distancing guidelines. Campgrounds, beaches, and all park facilities will continue to be off-limits.

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Summary by: Ming Li