Ontario Place is an important public asset and we want to hear from Ontarians about their ideas for a new urban park and waterfront trail – the first step in revitalization.
The government is encouraging the public to get involved. People across the province can help shape the vision for the new park and trail by sharing their ideas and input, either in person or online.
The province will hold a kick-off public meeting to introduce the design team, present the project plan, explain the environmental assessment process and outline how and when the public can participate and provide input into the design. Participants will also join roundtable discussions to provide creative ideas about their vision for the future park and trail.
The public meeting will take place on the following date and time:
Wednesday, December 4, 2013 from 6 – 9 p.m.
6 p.m.: Activities and environmental assessment open house
7 p.m.: Presentations followed by roundtable discussions and a Question + Answer session
Metro Toronto Convention Centre, North Building, Room 201
Ontarians who can’t attend in person can also participate online by:
You can see the original announcement of the park and trail from this past summer here: http://news.ontario.ca/mtc/en/2013/06/progress-on-the-revitalization-of-ontario-place.html
You can see the announcement for the design team for the park and trail earlier this month here: http://news.ontario.ca/mtc/en/2013/11/taking-the-next-step-in-ontario-place-revitalization.html
This website is provided for your convenience. If you'd prefer to call or email, my staff and I would be happy to hear from you.
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