• Drive In Still Alive

    Once thought to be going the way of the dinosaur, drive-in theaters have made a resurgence in recent years, and their future looks bright. And we have the most complete listing of Drive In's around. So anywhere you are in Ontario there's sure to be a Drive In near you, check out our listings and find out
  • Drive In Still Alive

    There are currently 19 operating drive-in movie theaters located in Ontario province. Ontario drive-ins account for half of the 38 remaining drive-in theaters in all of Canada. Ontario's large population and more southern location (allowing for longer drive-in seasons) are the most likely reasons for the high concentration of drive-in theaters in this one Canadian province.
  • Drive In Still Alive

    Unfortunately, the number of Ontario's drive-ins keeps slowly declining with the closure of both the Docks Drive-in Theater in Toronto and the Owen Sound Twin Drive-in in Owens Sound. Both closed in the Spring of 2018.

Drive-ins of Ontario, Canada

The City of Oshawa has launched an interactive cultural map that showcases the community's providers and creators of cultural services, programs and events on an online geographical map of Oshawa. Oshawa's Cultural Map is available on the City's website through the Culture Counts web section at www.oshawa.ca/culturecounts. It maps each service, program and/or event by its longitude/ latitude coordinates, and allows web users to search listings by name, category or to generally browse the map.

The map currently includes listings for Community Cultural Groups, Cultural Businesses, Cultural Facilities & Venues, Festivals & Events, and Heritage Sites, Properties & Public Art. "A cultural map is a great way to showcase our amazingly talented artists and our historically or culturally significant assets," said Councillor Amy England, Council representative on the Culture Counts Transition Team. "This map will help grow and support our vibrant creative economy and give residents a chance to know all the great gems Oshawa has to offer." "There's always something interesting going on in Oshawa," said Councillor Bob Chapman, Chair of the Community Services Committee. "Our cultural map will assist both our residents and many visitors to find cultural locations and learn about upcoming festivals so they can share in the experience of these amazing places and events."

Oshawa organizations that were not included in the inventory and would like to be on the map, are asked to please e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 905-436-3311. Culture Counts: Oshawa's Arts, Culture and Heritage Plan was approved in February 2014 following consultation with and input from the community and stakeholder groups. The Plan includes six strategic directions that provide a framework of strategies and actions. The Plan identifies that the City "launch an interactive cultural map and searchable database to increase awareness and participation in local arts, culture and heritage activities" aimed at increasing and strengthening communication within and about the arts, culture and heritage sector. For more information, and to access Oshawa's interactive cultural map, visit www.oshawa.ca/culturecounts.