Toronto District School Board
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The TDSB Facility Permitting Unit will continue to be fully operational in the event of a work-to-rule or strike action by TDSB school teachers.  All approved permits for the use of TDSB school facilities by community groups will continue.  If the action taken is a work-to-rule, the permits for Before and After School programs will continue unaffected.  However, we ask that you check directly with your service provider and the school to ensure your specific program and location is running.  In the event of a strike necessitating the cancellation of TDSB classes, the Before and After School permits will be cancelled too.  

Thanks for your patience during this time.  Please call 416-395-7666 for any questions or concerns.


TDSB facilities are a vibrant part of the community that welcome hundreds of organizations and agencies into our classrooms, gyms and other spaces throughout the year when they are not being used for school activities. Permits are approved depending on the availability of space and resources and are issued on a first come, first served basis. Fees are charged according to an established schedule.

Policy P.011 - Community Use of Board Facilities (Permits)
PR666 - Community Use of Board Facilities (Permits)

Types of Spaces

We aim to provide high quality service and would like to hear from you. Please complete a feedback form and let us know how we’re doing. All information collected will be kept confidential.

Feedback Form – Quality of Service

Facility Services Permit Unit – Contact Information:

Phone: 416-395-7666
Fax: 416-395-8062

Weather Emergencies

Please check for any closure announcements on the TDSB website home page during any severe weather.
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