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Lake Ontario Evening on Canada's First Urban National Park

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Gladstone Hotel

1214 Queen Street West

Toronto, ON M6J 1J6

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A wilderness area in Canada's largest urban center? That's right! Only one hour from downtown Toronto, Rouge National Urban Park is an easily accessible wilderness get-away that encompasses wetlands, meadows, mature trees, and historic farms. Join us at this free event to learn about the history, features and value of this important greenspace at the Toronto and Region Remedial Action Plan's next Lake Ontario Evening. This free event is part of the Lake Ontario Evenings speaker series. Snacks are provided and drinks are available for purchase.

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The Creation of Canada's First National Urban Park
Jeffrey Law, Parks Canada

Rouge National Urban Park's First Management Plan
Richard Scott, Parks Canada

Species at Risk Recovery in Rouge National Urban Park
Julia Phillips, Parks Canada

All are welcome | Doors open at 6:00 pm | Presentations will begin at 6:30 pm | Discussion to Follow

Learn more about the Toronto and Region Remedial Action Plan at www.torontorap.ca.

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Toronto, ON M6J 1J6

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