Toronto’s Cultural Heritage Landscapes: From Plan to Action
9:00AM - 4:00PM
Toronto Metro Hall
55 John St
“Toronto’s Cultural Heritage Landscapes: From Plan to Action” is a forum is organized by the Community Preservation Panels of Toronto (Etobicoke-York, North York, Toronto & East York, and Scarborough districts) in association with the City of Toronto.
The purpose of the Forum is to stimulate awareness of, interest in, and positive action towards the development and implementation of a Toronto Cultural Heritage Landscapes Guideline, as anticipated in Official Plan Amendment OPA 199 on Heritage and Public Realm Policies. The Forum will be broken into three sessions, each followed by round-table discussions. The sessions include: an explanation of cultural heritage landscapes; case studies; and an in-depth policy discussion. Speakers include Carolyn King, Julian Smith, Catherine Nasmith, Michael McClelland, and Paul Bedford, and our moderator is Alex Bozikovic of the Globe and Mail.
There is no charge to attend, but prior registration is required and space is limited. Registration opens on October 1st. To register, go to https://Cultural-Heritage-Landscapes-Forum.Eventbrite.ca.