Everywhere you can get free sunscreen in Toronto this summer (MAP)

Jun 28 2018, 3:10 pm

The city has officially installed free sunscreen stations at 50 Toronto waterfront parks — just in time for the Canada Day long weekend.

Following a successful pilot project last year, the City of Toronto has partnered with the David Cornfield Melanoma Fund and the Douglas Wright Foundation and installed dispensers with Health Canada-approved SPF 30-broad sunscreen.

The free sunscreen stations are located along the Toronto waterfront, spanning nearly 50 kilometres from Marie Curtis Park to Rouge Beach.

The two melanoma foundations will be covering all costs, in addition, to being responsible for maintaining and stocking the dispensers.

Here’s every park where you can find the dispensers this summer:

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