CN Tower, closed since Monday due to falling ice concerns, reopens
Last weekend's storm left police, officials concerned about ice falling on pedestrians below
The tower's Twitter feed says crews have worked to ensure the buildings and streets in the surrounding area are safe for the public.
The downtown Toronto attraction, once the world's tallest freestanding structure, was first closed on Monday after chunks of ice fell onto streets and buildings below.
Toronto police allowed other attractions and businesses in the area to reopen at 5 p.m. ET.
The city was pummelled by rain, freezing rain and strong winds last weekend and earlier this week.