The CN Tower has experienced some ice falling to the ground from the antenna mast. This is something that happens from time to time to all tall buildings following extreme weather patterns.
Please exercise caution as you approach or leave the building. Please know that we are taking the usual precautions to monitor the situation and ensure the safety of all who visit or work at the CN Tower.
Due to construction around the CN Tower, the only access for visitors with mobility issues and those who may require assistance with strollers or wheelchairs, is Bremner Blvd.
In July 2011, construction began on the Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada, an exciting new tourism and educational facility that will sit at the base of the CN Tower. Every effort has been made to minimize the impact of construction on the neighbourhood; however, for the period of July 2011 to July 2013, the construction crew must close the western entrance/exit of SkyWalk, the pedestrian connection between the CN Tower / Rogers Centre neighbourhood and Union Station, the TTC and GO Transit. Access between these two areas will still be possible and facilitated by a signed detour. The map indicates the routes for this detour, including barrier free access routes.