Ontario making provincial parks free on Canada Day and extending free fishing to two weeks

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On Canada Day you can visit Ontario’s provincial parks for free.

The province is making day use free at all parks.

“As we celebrate Canada’s 153rd birthday, this is our way of saying thank you to everyone in Ontario who has followed the public health advice to stop the spread of COVID-19,” said Premier Doug Ford. “Tourism is a major source of jobs and economic benefits for many communities across the province, so it’s important to support our local businesses and explore everything our province has to offer as we reopen the province this summer.”

To help prevent overcrowding at the most popular provincial parks, capacity will be limited, so visitors are recommended to arrive early or consider exploring other provincial parks in the area. Park visitors should maintain physical distancing and wear a mask whenever physical distancing is not possible.

You can fish without having to purchase a licence or carry an Outdoors Card for the first two full weeks of July, from July 4 to July 19.

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