Our Mikvah is located in the basement of our newly renovated facility.

Appointments are required in advance to guarantee your
spot discretely. 

  9:00-10:00 p.m. 

Friday & Holiday Nights:
Please call Toby before Shabbat/Holiday at 647-801-6266

Saturday Nights: 10:00-11:00 p.m.

$25 cash at the door (exact change) or e-transfer to [email protected]
Please note: E-transfers are non-confidential
(the name of sender is visible)

Weekdays: Email Toby at [email protected]
Shabbat & Holidays: Call Toby at 647-801-6266 before Shabbat/Holiday

Arrive 5 minutes before your scheduled appointment.
Park at the back of the building (closer to Bathurst St.).
The entrance to the Mikvah is on the lower level, west of the playground.
Press the intercom to call us and we will buzz you in.

COVID-19 Special Measures


Chabad Romano Center's Mikvah is implementing measures to ensure
the safety of all women. We need your cooperation,
we are all in this together!

You may not attend the Mikvah if:

1. You have been told by your doctor or per TPH guidelines to quarantine
yourself. Please speak to your Rabbi for further guidance.

2. You have any flu-like symptoms such as cough, runny nose, fever,
sore throat, diarrhea etc. or have been diagnosed with the virus.
You may complete the self-assessment here.

Check with your doctor and Rabbi once you are symptom-free,
about when you can go to the Mikvah.

3. You share the same living space with someone who has confirmed
COVID-19, you must confirm with your Rabbi and doctor if
you may use the Mikvah.

4. You have been outside Canada in the last 14 days, you must quarantine.

All others may attend the Mikvah. However, all preparations (including
final shower
) must be done at home. In addition please bring your
own towel, robe, and supplies, as they will not be provided.
When you arrive at the Mikvah, just recomb your hair and re-inspect
yourself before immersion. If you do not have a bathtub available at
home, then ask your Rabbi how to prepare properly at home.

For your safety, we will also be maintaining stricter hygiene measures and
deeply disinfecting preparation rooms between use.

If you have any questions, please consult your Rabbi and doctor. 

In the merit of the observance of this holy mitzvah and our eternal
commitment to the laws of family purity, may Hashem protect us and
empower us to bring spiritual and physical protection to our homes,
our communities, and to the entire world.

With wishes for a complete refuah sheleimah to all those affected, and a
quick end to this pandemic.