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The City and schools join forces during this sanitary crisis

Since September, you may have noticed more children in our parks on weekdays. This is a result of an agreement between the City and some of the schools located in its territory to help schools to implement the Government’s back to school guidelines.

The City has allowed the schools located in its territory to use the nearby parks for their recess periods, sports classes, or any other needs. This allows children to play outside while keeping the bubble class concept and respecting the social distancing regulation between groups. Therefore, you will notice more people in those parks on weekdays than normal.

Despite this agreement, all parks remain accessible to the residents. We ask for your cooperation to respect a distance of more than two meters between you and school groups if you are there at the same time.

Let’s work together to restrict the spread of COVID-19.

Schools

Parks

École primaire Saint-Luc

Frédéric Wilson Park

École primaire Dollard-des-Ormeaux

Oslo Park

École primaire du Bois-de-Liesse

Spring Garden Park (Hockey rink section)

École secondaire des Sources

Centennial Park

Westpark Elementary School

Terry Fox Park