High water, flooding continue to impact Toronto - insideTORONTO.com

Roadways are flooded as full size carp swim at Gibraltar Point Baseball Park. The fish will eventually have to be caught by net when the water resides. May 15, 2017. - Bernard Weil/Toronto Star. High water levels continue to impact the city's ...

Toronto Islands Park permits cancelled until July 31 amid flooding - Globalnews.ca

May 29: Recent flooding on the Toronto Islands has virtually stopped all visits to the islands. That has meant empty tables at the Rectory Cafe and now the owners say they'll close up shop this fall. Tom Hayes reports.

Toronto Island park permits cancelled until July 31 - Toronto Star

The city of Toronto has cancelled permits to Toronto Island Park up until July 31, a month longer than previously expected. City-run programs that were scheduled to be held in the park are also cancelled until August, a press release from the city said.

Toronto Islands permits, city-run recreation programs cancelled until July 31 - CBC.ca

Permit cancellations on the flooded Toronto Islands have been extended until July 31. That's an additional month from the city of Toronto's prior end-date of June 30, and so far, more than 300 permits for around 90 groups or individuals have been ...

Toronto Islands closure extended to at least July 31 - Toronto Sun

The flooded Toronto Islands will be closed until at least July 31 — a month longer than the city had initially estimated. The announcement came Wednesday afternoon after weeks of flooding that submerged 40% of the islands' buildings, roads and parks.

Toronto Islands closed until July 31 due to flooding, high water - CP24 Toronto's Breaking News

The closure of flood-ravaged Toronto Islands has been extended until July 31 due to flood conditions and high water levels, affecting hundreds of event permits and summer camp program participants, city officials announced Wednesday. Toronto Islands ...

City extends permit cancellations at Toronto Island Park - CityNews

The city is extending permit cancellations on Toronto Island Park until the end of July because of flooding. Officials said more than 300 permits for about 90 groups or individuals have been affected by the flooding, including summer camps. The ...