Established in 1887, the Toronto Society of Architects (TSA) is a non-profit volunteer-based organization comprised of architects, professionals from sister organizations, and members of the community interested in architecture and urban issues. The TSA is the local Chapter of the Ontario Association of Architects (OAA), which is the licensing and regulatory body that governs the practice of architecture in Ontario.

The TSA plays an advocacy role in the City, ensuring that architecture and design are key considerations in public discussions and in processes that have an impact on our built environment. The TSA has effectively lobbied civic governments, participated in civic improvement roundtables, hosted public forums on current city planning issues, and initiated discourse on urban and architectural concerns in the city.


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Aug 11
Walking Tour: Tours

Look up! Waaaay Up! And join us for a walk as we explore how Toronto grew tall! From bank towers to residential high rises, learn the stories behind the buildings that shape Toronto’s iconic skyline and the pioneer towers that started it all in what has quickly become one of North America’s skyscraper capitals.

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