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With the G20 upon us, many are confused about what they can or cannotdo this weekend. This handy fact sheet will help you stay informed.

With the G20 upon us, many are confused about what they can or cannot do this weekend. This handy fact sheet will help you stay informed.

FLYING OUT

Pearson International: Open. Expect increased police and military presence.

Toronto City Centre Airport: Scheduled commercial flights continue.

GETTING AROUND

Airport shuttles: Toronto Airport Express shuttles to and from Pearson on modified schedule. Porter Airlines shuttle suspended.

Via Rail: Modified schedule through Sunday.

GO Transit: Regularly scheduled service.

Union Station: Exits to Front Street closed Friday to Sunday.

TTC: Minor planned diversions to the 6B Bay, 72A Pape, 97 Yonge, and 503 Downtowner buses. The Queens Quay Station on the Harbourfront Line will be closed, affecting the 509 and 510 streetcars. Streetcars will bypass the station through Sunday.

PATH: Underground system closes Friday evening, reopens Monday.

ATTRACTIONS

CN Tower: Closed Friday through Sunday.

The Rogers Centre: Blue Jays’ home series vs. the Phillies has been moved to Philadelphia.

Art Gallery of Ontario: Closes Friday at 4 p.m. and reopens Monday

Kensington Market: Pedestrian Sunday is happening June 27, however, the roads will not be closed as they usually are.

Sunday Antique Market at St. Lawrence North Market: Remains open Sunday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Ontario Place: Remains open at a discount admission price of $20.

Eaton Centre: Open.

Jazz Festival: The Toronto Jazz Festival will run through July 4 as planned.

 
 
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