Under current provincial lockdown measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19, indoor recreation facilities and arenas are closed. Hockey, shinny and curling are currently suspended until further notice.
There is a 25-person limit for outdoor ice rinks. Learn how to reserve a time to skate at Recreation Reservations. Change rooms and lockers are unavailable.
Stay up-to-date on all changes to City services by visiting COVID-19: Changes to City Services.
Take part in one of Toronto’s time-honoured traditions!
Shinny is currently suspended.
Shinny is an informal game of hockey played on ice. There is usually minimal equipment needed to play and no goaltender.
City of Toronto drop-in games are supervised unless otherwise stated. You don’t need full equipment but you will need to bring:
Other shinny rules:
Hockey is currently suspended.
City of Toronto drop-in/pick-up hockey games are not supervised unless otherwise stated. Goalies are allowed to join in, too.
You will need to bring:
Body contact isn’t allowed but the puck is allowed to be raised off the ice.
Curling Clubs are currently closed.
Lessons are offered at these locations by their clubs.