An iconic Toronto landmark is ready to open for the first time in months. The CN Tower will welcome visitors back on Friday with Ontario now in Step 3 of the Ford government’s economic reopening plan.
The tourist attraction had been shut down for months as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Guests will be able to visit the attraction daily from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Mark Douglas of 680 News posted an update on Twitter about the CN Tower’s reopening saying “#BREAKING Toronto mayor John Tory, and federal minister, Anita Anand, officially reopen the CN Tower. Masks and physical distancing are required inside, but no visitors will be asked about their vaccinations. @680NEWS”
Timed tickets for the observation levels are now available online. The edgewalk is also back on Friday and bookings can be made on the website.
The CN tower’s 360 restaurant will reopen on July 29.
Mayor John Tory was outside the CN Tower on Friday morning for an announcement at 9 a.m. ahead of the reopening.
He was joined by the federal Minister of Public Services and Procurement Anita Anand who was also in attendance at the reopening of the CN Tower.
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