Toronto are in discussions with Super League and the RFL as the club plans for its immediate future amid the outbreak of Coronavirus.
The team’s opening fixtures of 2020 have been held in England, but their first home games, scheduled for April, have been placed in jeopardy as a result of the pandemic.
The RFL hopes that competitions can resume on 3 April, but home fixtures against Hull, Wigan and St Helens could be disrupted.
The Canadian Government has imposed an indefinite ban on overseas travel into the country.
Toronto UK business manager Martin Vickers said: “It’s a complex situation. We’re urgently in dialogue with the governing body and Super League about proceeding with plans around these games.
“We have not contemplated playing games anywhere else but Canada. The home games are our sole source of income.
“Unlike other clubs, we do not receive central distribution and it would be a huge factor if we were to lose the competitive advantage of playing at home.”