Posts Filed Under: “Ontario Place”
New vision for a year-round destination includes music venue and waterfront promenade—and doesn't include condos.
Premier Kathleen Wynne promises that a revitalized Ontario Place would not involve residential development.
New designs revealed for Ontario Place's urban park.
The province reveals designs for a new green space along the eastern edge of the complex.
Two design firms will collaborate on a new 7.5-acre public park at Ontario Place.
How's it going? You seem great. Some news for you: Mayor Rob Ford's director of logistics and operations, David Price, gets in trouble—again—for refusing to identify himself while committing an indiscretion, plans for the revitalization of Ontario Place are partially revealed, the provincial government plans to investigate financial management practices at the TDSB, and the Attorney General weighs in on why Toronto Police Chief Bill Blair has been vague about whether the mayor is under criminal investigation.
The majority of the ex-amusement park remains in redevelopment limbo.
Good morning, and welcome to the first day of the rest of your lives! Just kidding, that's a horrible thing to say. In the news: Former Ontario Progressive Conservative leader John Tory might take another stab at the Toronto mayoral race; the Ontario government will announce today its plans for revitalizing Ontario Place; Mayor Rob Ford's director of logistics and operations David Price supposedly used to call the mayor's radio show on the reg'; and central Toronto and Mississauga-Halton area folks like to drink a bunch.
Three million square feet, and a lot of unanswered questions
Residents and experts gather to talk about a
new new plan for poor, crumbling Ontario Place.
Nominated for: making it hard to make a good decision.
Nominated for: preserving and renewing where each are needed.
Liberals support direction for a revamped, mixed-use future for Ontario Place.
Star column says Ontario Place was in fine financial shape before the province shut it down, but the numbers tell a different story.
Hippo Tours, a tourist fixture for 12 years, has left town after a falling out with Ontario Place.
Review panel delivered its report on the future of Ontario Place to the provincial government this morning.
Yesterday, the province announced plans to close most of Ontario Place while figuring out how best to revamp the property. What remains to be seen is how much input Toronto will have into the outcome.
The landmark's evolution from a showcase of the province's achievements to a family amusement park.