June 22, 2015
Families in Scarborough-Guildwood can plan summer activities close to home with the 2015 Fun Pass.
The Fun Pass gives elementary school-aged children in Scarborough-Guildwood access to 18 participating attractions across the province. With the Fun Pass, one child admission is free when accompanied by a paid adult or senior admission. Parents also save $2 on a daily parking permit at Ontario's provincial parks.
Fun Passes are being handed out this month to elementary aged school children across the province. Parents can also access a printable version of the Fun Pass online at ontario.ca/funpass.
Helping to make summer more affordable for families is part of the government's plan to build Ontario up. The four-part plan includes investing in people's talents and skills, making the largest investment in public infrastructure inOntario's history, creating a dynamic, innovative environment where business thrives, and building a secure retirement savings plan.
‘I’m pleased to know that we’re helping families in Scarborough-Guildwood
and across the province have fun at Ontario attractions this summer.
Discovering Ontario’s attractions and saving money are just two things that make
The Fun Pass so great.’
— Mitzie Hunter, MPPScarboroughGuildwood
“The Fun Pass offers affordable options for families to get out and enjoy many of Ontario’s attractions. Located across the province, attractions like the McMichael Canadian Art Collection in Kleinberg, Science North in Sudbury and the Butterfly Conservatory in Niagara have fun, interactive programming for all ages. I encourage Ontario families to take advantage of the Fun Pass this summer, discover some of the great attractions our province has to offer and make memories right here at home.”
— Michael Coteau, Minister of Tourism, Culture and Sport
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