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City says toboganning still allowed on its property

The City of Greater Sudbury said although Queen’s Athletic Field will remain closed, other sliding hills will remain open for tobogganing.
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The City of Greater Sudbury said although Queen’s Athletic Field will remain closed, other sliding hills will remain open for tobogganing.
The City of Greater Sudbury said although Queen’s Athletic Field will remain closed, other sliding hills will remain open for tobogganing.

"The City promotes active, healthy and safe enjoyment of outdoor activities and is committed to providing such opportunities for residents," said a news release. "Greater Sudbury is a winter city, and tobogganing is a favourite winter activity for many children and families."

City staff will be assessing safety conditions at each of its locations, including Bell Park, where safety barriers are being erected to allow residents to continue to use this facility.

For sledding and tobogganing safety tips, visit greatersudbury.ca/toboggan.



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