Heritage in Toronto’s Future: A Public Conversation
November 2 @ 6:30 PM - 8:00 PMFree
The world’s most fascinating cities understand that maintaining urban heritage adds long-term value — Toronto must not lose sight of this. Building on new Official Plan heritage policies, more than 60 designations, 5 Heritage Conservation Districts and several heritage-related planning studies enacted in recent years, a feasability study is underway for a city-wide heritage inventory. It is an exciting time for heritage in Toronto.
Join Heritage Toronto to hear from experts and influencers about how and why heritage is becoming a priority for Toronto, and to ask you questions about how we can work together to protect and conserve our heritage for the future.
Panelists (listed alphabetically):
- Sean Fraser, Director of Programs and Operations, Ontario Heritage Trust
- Alissa Golden, Heritage Project Specialist, City of Hamilton
- Mary MacDonald, Senior Manager, Heritage Preservation Services, Toronto City Planning
- Michael McLelland, Principal, ERA Architects
- Eve Lewis, Woodcliffe Landmark Properties
- Councillor David Shiner (Ward 24 – Willowdale)
This event is generously supported by Aird & Berlis, as part of our Heritage Primer series.