News Release
February 12, 2024

Program listings are now available online for residents to prepare for next month’s registration for the City of Toronto’s spring recreation programs, and can be found on the City’s Spring Recreation webpage.

Spring programming begins the week of March 30 and will run through to June.

Registration for spring recreation programs starts at 7 a.m. on the following dates:
March 5 – Etobicoke York (including York South-Weston), Toronto and East York
March 6 – North York and Scarborough


Spaces are still available at select locations for in-person March Break CampTO and Summer CampTO. Visit the City’s CampTO webpage for more information.

Community Recreation welcomes everyone

The Welcome Policy credit can be used to register for City recreation programs, including CampTO. Those who receive social assistance (Ontario Works) and live in Toronto are pre-approved to receive this credit and should speak to their caseworker or apply online. Toronto residents with family income that meets the criteria may also apply. More information on the criteria and how to apply, free programs and other subsidies for recreation programs can be found on the City’s Welcome Policy webpage.

Many City recreation programs are adapted to meet the needs of individuals with disabilities. To ensure a safe, enjoyable and rewarding experience, classes are smaller, additional assistance is provided and sometimes adaptive equipment is used. More information can be found on the City’s Accessible Recreation webpage.

Come work for the City

The City continues to hire for all recreation positions, including camp counsellors, lifeguards, wading pool attendants, gatekeepers, special needs program staff and instructors for dance, sports, and many other programs.

For more information about positions available, visit the City’s Recreation Jobs webpage. 

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