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Toronto’s Disappearing Main Streets: Buildings and Businesses

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Toronto Central Grosvenor St. YMCA Centre

20 Grosvenor Street

Toronto, ON M4Y 2V5

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Join ACO Toronto for our 2019 Heritage Symposium, Toronto’s Disappearing Main Streets: Buildings and Businesses. This one-day symposium will engage and expand on the theme while also developing tangible solutions. Featuring speakers from a range of perspectives including: architects, municipal officials, developers, heritage consultants, landscape architects, urban planners and more, the symposium will also include visual and historical account of this shifting landscape. The topics explored will range from taxation and development; form and transportation; to zoning and changing retail. The symposium will provide an excellent opportunity to discuss the city’s changing landscape from multiple vantage points.

With presentations from:

  • Tamara Anson-Cartwright, Program Manager at City of Toronto Heritage Preservation Services
  • John Lorinc, freelance writer and editor with the Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, Walrus and Spacing
  • Catherine Nasmith, President of ACO Toronto
  • Robert Allsopp, Partner at DTAH
  • Julian Smith, Executive Director of Willowbank School and Centre
  • Ellen Kowalchuk, Partner at Common Bond Collective
  • Claire Nelischer, Project Manager with the Ryerson City Building Institute
  • Daniel Rotsztain, Urban Geographer
  • Brendan Stewart, Assistant Professor at the University of Guelph
  • Alex Speigel, Partner at Windmill Development Group
  • Kim Storey, Partner at Brown and Storey Architects.
  • Alex Bozikovic, architecture critic for The Globe and Mail
  • John J. Kiru, Executive Director of Toronto Association of Business Improvement Areas
  • Kristyn Wong-Tam, City Councillor for Ward 13, Toronto Centre
  • Michelle Senayah, Executive Director of The Laneway Project
  • Marc Serpa Francoeur and Robbinder Uppal, Lost Time Media
  • Photos by Vik Pahwa

  • Lunch-time Screening: The World in Ten Blocks

Tickets are $15. Includes lunch.

This lecture is eligible for OAA Structured Con.Ed. learning credits.

Thank you to our generous sponsors: ERA Architects, Blackwell Structural Engineers, and Colliers International.

For more information please contact: alison@acotoronto.ca


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