COVID-19: Stay, Play & Learn at Home
Free, high-quality recreation, active living, arts and culture activities for all ages to enjoy in the comfort of your home. Sort by Audience for different target age groups – many activities are for Everyone. Check back for updates and additions to this list.
COVID-19: Map of CurbTO, ActiveTO & CaféTO Installations
CurbTO is helping businesses, services, and community agencies that are open support physical distancing outside and inside their buildings while also accommodating increased demand for delivery and pickup services. ActiveTO is about making sure people have space to get around while respecting physical distancing. CaféTO is about providing more outdoor dining areas to help some restaurants and bars create physical distancing for patrons on patios during the summer months.
City of Toronto residents get a peek at Toronto’s unique past through HistoricTO
A new cultural experience that connects Toronto’s communities by providing inclusive access to local history, heritage and land-based learnings at Toronto History Museums. HistoricTO will offer access and experiences that have not previously been available.
- Museum green spaces and gardens that are open to members of the public will be searchable on the ActiveTO map beginning July 31 at https://www.toronto.ca/home/covid-19/covid-19-protect-yourself-others/covid-19-reduce-virus-spread/covid-19-map-of-curbto-installations/#location=&lat=&lng=
COVID-19: Mental Health Resources
It’s OK not to feel OK. Many people may feel sad, stressed, anxious, confused, scared or angry during the COVID-19 pandemic. These are normal and common responses to unexpected or stressful situations. Support is available. The City of Toronto has partnered with ten organizations to help connect residents to free telephone, text and online mental health support during the COVID-19 pandemic.