The CN Tower and some surrounding buildings and roads remain closed Thursday due to the threat of falling ice from the tower.
In a tweet, Toronto police said the closures will be in place for the morning, and will provide another update later in the day.
All partners have agreed to keep these closures in place for the morning to ensure the safe travel of vehicles and pedestrians. Another update to come midday @TPSOperations ^mg https://t.co/K2ajea2b89
— Toronto Police (@TorontoPolice) April 19, 2018
Ripley’s Aquarium and Gates 1 to 6 of Rogers Centre are also closed off. Steam Whistle Brewing and the Rec Room have restricted access.
Other closures include Bremner Boulevard, between Lower Simcoe Street and Rees Street, and the John Street extension over the tracks.
The CN Tower was also closed on Monday, and the game between the Royals and Jays was cancelled after ice fell from the building and damaged the roof of the Rogers Centre. The rest of the closures went into effect on Tuesday.
The safety concerns come in the wake of an ice storm on Saturday and Sunday that lashed the city with freezing rain, ice pellets and powerful winds.