What’s closed or cancelled in Toronto amid coronavirus outbreak

A multitude of events and popular attractions in Toronto have been cancelled or closed due to the coronavirus outbreak.

Here is a list of cancellations and closures:

  • The big 4 professional sports — NBA, NHL, MLS, MLB — announced they are suspending their leagues due to the outbreak.
  • The Ontario Hockey League cancelled its 2020 OHL Cup
  • The CN Tower and Downsview Park said they will close after end of day Friday and will not reopen until March 14.
  • Canadian Screen Week announced the cancellation of its activities, including the broadcast gala set for March 29 in Toronto.
  • All publicly funded schools in Ontario will be closed for two weeks after March Break, March 14 to April 5.
  • The Home Show announced on Thursday it is cancelling its event that was meant to begin Friday at the Enercare Centre
  • Canada Blooms announced Thursday its event was cancelled, which was also at the Enercare Centre.
  • The popular One of a Kind — The Spring show in Toronto was postponed from the end of March to June 18-21.
  • Toronto’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade that was set to take place March 15 has been called.
  • The Collision Tech Conference which was meant to take place in Toronto moved the entire event to online-only.
  • York University announced Friday it will move all classes online.
  • University of Toronto cancelled its classes but said they will find other means to teach courses, including moving online.
  • The Ontario superior court has suspended juries for upcoming trials
  • Shopify’s Unite Conference in Toronto was cancelled.

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