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August 17, 2004
Internet registration arrives along with the New Toronto FUN Guides
  
Starting in September, Toronto residents can register for Parks and
Recreation's fall and winter programs using the internet. In addition,
beginning immediately, residents can browse for programs online and search for
programs according to program types, age or facility.

Internet registration joins touch tone, telephone-assisted, in-person,
drop-off, mail and fax as a method of registration for the City's recreation
programs. Using their family and client numbers, residents can search, register
and pay for programs online through fast, easy and secure transactions and
confirmations. Toronto FUN Online is part of the City's ongoing effort to
improve customer service to the public.

Details on Toronto FUN Online, as well as a tutorial to guide patrons through
the internet registration process, can be reviewed at
http://www.toronto.ca/parks.

Registration dates for the fall/winter sessions are:

West District Friday and Saturday, September 10 and 11
North District Monday and Tuesday, September 13 and 14
South District Wednesday, September 15
East District Sunday and Monday, September 19 and 20

In the next two weeks, the Fall/Winter 2004/05 Toronto FUN Guide will be mailed
to current recreation program users listed in the Parks and Recreation
database. New residents can call 416-338-4FUN (4386) during regular business
hours to be added to the database so they can receive future guides. In the
meantime, they can either browse for recreation programs online using the
search capability, view the printed version online, or pick up a copy of the
guide at community and civic centres and branches of the Toronto Public
Library.

Media contact:
Economic Development, Culture and Tourism Media Hotline,
416-560-8726



 

 

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