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Toronto FUN Guide - Winter Registration

December 4, 2012 | Melanie | Comments (0) Facebook Twitter More...

City of Toronto Forestry Parks and Rec

 

Don't forget! Registration for City of Toronto winter skating and swimming lessons, as well as March Break Camps is Saturday, December 8 at 7:00 AM.

You can register in one of the following ways:

For those who are new to the city, the Toronto FUN Guide is your one stop shop for programs offered by City of Toronto Parks, Forestry and Recreation. You can pick up your free copy of the FUN Guide at any Toronto Public Library branch or community centre. You can also download a copy online.

 

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If you're interested in registering you or your child for City of Toronto FUN Guide programs, but require financial assistance, you may be eligible for the City of Toronto's Welcome Policy. The City of Toronto Welcome Policy provides a subsidy to low income individuals and families that can be used to access City of Toronto recreation programs.

The City of Toronto Welcome Policy provides a subsidy of $455 per year for children and youth that can be spent on any recreation program, camp, or membership. For adults, the City of Toronto Welcome Policy provides a subsidy of $212 per year that can be spent on any recreation program, pass or membership.

To be eligible for the Welcome Policy, applicants must be:

  • 18 years of age or older
  • City of Toronto residents
  • have a before tax family income of less than Statistics Canada's Low Income Cut-Off (LICO) as shown in the chart below
1 person $23,298
2 persons $29,004
3 persons $35,657
4 persons $43,292
5 persons $49,102
6 persons $55,378
7 or more persons

$61,656

For more information on the City of Toronto FUN guides and programs, visit www.toronto.ca/parks

Good luck and happy registering!

 

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