Winter is the time of year that most Torontonians typically do not look forward to. Commuting is worse (as if it wasn't dreadful enough to begin with), wind chills reach unbearable levels and shovelling snow becomes an unavoidable part of your day.

But, despite these loathsome aspects of winter, there are still ways to make the most out of it. One of the best ways to do so is by going tobogganing! Google actually has a great map that lists all the tobogganing hills in Canada. You can check out the map here: The Great Canadian Tobogganing Map.

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Toronto's tobogganing ban, which has been in place since 2011, has been gaining recent scrutiny from members of the public. The legislation involves banning sledding on certain hills around the city. Those which are deemed too dangerous to slide down.

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Canada's favourite national pastime (aside from complaining about the weather), has been under attack for years now. More and more North American cities have been putting restrictions on tobogganing in various places. Toronto itself issued a bylaw in 2011 restricting people from tobogganing on specific hills all over the city, and you can only find out if your favourite hill is one of them by going to it and seeing if there's a sign in place.

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