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Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Ontario Trails News - Ontario Place Revitalization and more, everyday activity on Ontario's Trails!

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Thank you once again for your participation on Monday’s Stakeholder Advisory Committee meeting. We truly appreciate the feedback and comments on the developed design of the urban park and waterfront trail. As I mentioned at the meeting, we will be sending you a draft meeting summary for your review and feedback. 

Our next SAC meeting will be held later this spring/summer and will provide a preview of the final park and trail design.

Also, we hope you will be able to join us at our upcoming public meeting on Wednesday, March 19th

If you are unable to attend in-person, we encourage you to access the meeting via webcast or participate in our online consultation component,  available until March 31st.  I would appreciate your help in spreading the word  through your various channels and networks about this exciting project and our upcoming public consultation opportunities.

Feel free to contact Alena Grunwald ( or myself should you have any questions. Thank you once again for your interest and commitment.

Sandeep Persaud
Ontario Place Revitalization Branch

Aerial view of Ontario Place

Map of the new park and trail location at Ontario Place. Situated on the far east side of Ontario Place, next to the East Island and south of Ontario Place boulevard.
See new information about joining online — read on.

Your park. Your ideas.
You’re invited to provide input on the proposed conceptual design for 
the new urban park and waterfront trail at Ontario Place. 
We want to hear your feedback!

Wednesday, March 19, 2014
6 – 9 p.m.
Presentations begin at 6:30 p.m.
Design presentation and facilitated session 
for gathering feedback and ideas.
Metro Toronto Convention Centre,
South Building, Room 701

222 Bremner Boulevard
Toronto, ON M5V 2W6

Closed captioning and American Sign Language interpreters will 
support the meeting. If you have any accessibility requirements,
please email or call us at 416-212-2161

NEW: Can’t attend in person? Participate online

Materials and feedback forms from the meeting will be available online beginning March 19.

Participate on Twitter by using #ontarioplace or follow us at @ExploreON.

Help spread the word and post this tweet to your followers:

Join the next public meeting for the #OntarioPlace park & trail on March 19 6-9pm on detailed design         

You can also join the conversation using our hashtag #OntarioPlace or follow us at @ExploreON.


Photos of the Tay Shore Trail from Brian Davidson