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University Settlement reopening more in-person Recreation, Music & Arts School, Settlement & Social Services, and Seniors programs and services. All appointments / sessions must be pre-booked

We’re continuing to add more Recreation programs, including swimming lessons, and have recently increased hours and capacity at the Pool and Grange Fitness Centre. Stay up to date with new programming and COVID-19 measures, access the schedule and pre-book your swim or fitness session at https://universitysettlement.ca/recreation/. Please note: No drop-in workouts or swims.

Our Settlement & Social Services and Seniors counsellors continue to be available for in person meetings on a limited basis at all three University Settlement locations as well as by phone and email. Visit https://universitysettlement.ca/social-services/ to access the schedule and contact information to pre-book your appointment.

The Music & Arts School is offering in-person and online classes this fall. Everyone is required to wear a mask in all public spaces and follow social distance guidelines. Masks are not required to be worn during workout sessions, in the pool, and during woodwind and voice lessons at the Music & Arts School. Please plan to arrive 5-minutes before your appointment to complete your COVID-19 symptom screening.

To find out more about new COVID-19 protection policies, click here. Please review before you come.

If you have any questions, please send us an email.

See you soon!

Additional COVID-19 Links

Covid-19 Health & Safety Measures

University Settlement Covid-19 Screening Form

Town Hall Meeting on Affordable Housing & Long-Term Care: Friday, September 17

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University Settlement Statement on Anti‑Asian Racism

University Settlement is dedicated to fostering a culture of acceptance, equality and anti-discrimination. We call on each and every one of us to stand up against racial prejudice and discrimination.

Many have used the pandemic as a vehicle for inciting racist, sexist, anti-Asian sentiment. We reject this racism, xenophobia, and hate and stand with those who have been harmed by all forms of anti-Asian sentiments and acts.

We call on all members of our community to openly condemn ill-informed, biased perspectives, violence, hate and discrimination.

What’s New @ University SettlementOnline Programs, Workshops, and Services

Fitness & Recreation:

Book Your Swim/Workout Online

Kids Programs:

Afterschool (In-Person) – Registration Now Open
Online Mandarin Classes – Registration Now Open

Settlement & Social Services:

Benefits for Disability and Sickness (Free)
Understanding the “Place” of “Race” in Canada (Free)
Wills and Estates (Free)

Offered in Other Languages:

Mandarin: Benefits for Disability and Sickness (Free)
Mandarin: Tips and Sharing on How to Efficiently Improve English (Free)
Mandarin: Funeral and Cemetery Pre-planning (Free)
Mandarin: Seniors Digital Connection (Free)
Mandarin/Cantonese: Online Yoga (Free)
Mandarin: Online Tai Chi (Free)
Cantonese: Music Treasure Box: Workshop Series on Chinese Music Appreciation (Free)
Farsi/Korean/Cantonese: Time to Chat Series for Seniors (Free)
Korean: Financial Management & Retirement Planning (Free)

    • 6075 Yonge St. 4th Fl.
    • Toronto, M2M 3W2
    • 416-218-8990
    • 720 Spadina Ave. #218
    • Toronto, M5S 2T9
    • 416-408-4058
    • 23 Grange Rd.
    • Toronto, M5T 1C3
    • 416-598-3444

23 Grange Road

Monday – Friday: 7:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Saturday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Sunday: Closed
Please note that the recreation change rooms close a half hour after the hours listed above.

720 Spadina Avenue

Wednesdays: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

6075 Yonge Street

Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

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Town Hall Meeting on Affordable Housing & Long-Term Care: Friday, September 17 at 3 pm

Join the pre-election discussion on Affordable Housing & Long-Term Care on Zoom.

Speakers: Bahar Shadpour, Centre for Equality Rights in Accommodation (CERA), Helen Lee, Caregiver/Seniors’ Advocate, Axelle Janczur, Access Alliance Multicultural Health. Candidates in the University-Rosedale riding will also participate.

This Town Hall is organized collaboratively by the member organizations of the Kensington-Chinatown Local Immigration Partnership.

Workshop Information

Date: Friday, September 17
Time: 3 pm to 5…

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