Humber Gyms and Fitness Centres Closed

Humber Gyms and Fitness Centres Closed

Toronto to move back to modified Stage 2 restrictions.


ETOBICOKE - On October 9, the Government of Ontario announced the implementation of targeted temporary measures to move Toronto (along with Ottawa and Peel Region) back to modified Stage 2 restrictions for a period of at least 28 days beginning on Saturday, October 10 at 12:01 a.m. Please see the full announcement here.

Humber’s current academic offering, both interactive online and in-person education remain the same. There are no changes to in-person teaching and instruction as colleges are exempt from the restrictions.

Specific to Humber on-campus services:

  • The locations and hours of Food Services on campus remain unchanged. Seating areas in the food courts on campus and residence cafeterias will be closed.
  • There will be no changes to the operation of Humber’s Child Development Centre, which was reopened on October 5 with a limited capacity for 45 children.
  • Gyms and fitness centres at North and Lakeshore Campuses will be closed for a period of at least 28 days beginning on Saturday, October 10 at 12:01 a.m.

In keeping with the recommendations of public health and government authorities, there may be changes to on-campus services and supports that are available. Any new information will be shared with the Humber community as decisions are made. 

Humber is committed to having a healthy and inclusive community. This means that even though some staff and students are on campus and others are working and learning from home, health and wellness is still a priority for all.

Here are some of the ways you can stay active and stay engaged this term.

Off-campus Options
For all staff and students working off-site and learning online, Humber Athletics will continue to offer its wide range of virtual activities to support overall physical and mental health and wellness.

Live and on-demand fitness classes include strength training, yoga, circuit training, kickboxing and more.

We are also continuing to offer virtual personal trainers to help you achieve your personal best.

Ontario Collegiate Recreation also launched its first competitive Gaming League this Fall. You can find out more about eSports at Humber here.

As always, the latest information can be found on humber.ca/updates.