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Toronto opening up nine beaches over first weekend of June

Toronto opening up nine beaches over first weekend of June
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The city said the beaches will be supervised from 11:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. by on-duty lifeguards.

They said eight of the beaches have been awarded Blue Flag certification. This means that they meet high standards for water quality, environmental management and education, safety and services.

Here are the nine beaches opening this weekend:

The release also said there are many ways to access Toronto’s beaches, including transit and the ferry.

“Many of Toronto’s beaches are accessible by TTC. Visitors are encouraged to take public transit, cycle or take the ferry.”

They also said the TTC has implemented a new accessible bus service to the Scarborough Bluffs to easily access Bluffer’s Park Beach.
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