The Canadian Urban Institute and the Cities Centre present a roundtable breakfast seminar in collaboration with NRU Publishing Inc.
A new mayor…a new council…same challenges for Toronto’s planning department, or different ones? Will a new administration’s priorities affect the city’s planning agenda? Job one for City Planning is gearing up for a full review of the official plan, and to separate fact from fiction with respect to the recently adopted harmonized zoning by-law. Will the need to complete major infrastructure projects in time for the Pan Am Games in 2015 skew the level of effort towards the waterfront and away from major renewal projects like Lawrence Heights? Join us to learn how Gary Wright, Chief Planner and Executive Director at the City of Toronto intends to balance today’s priorities while preparing the city for the challenges ahead.
Presented in collaboration with NRU Publishing Inc. and Cities Centre, University of Toronto.
When: Thursday, December 9, 2010 7:45 AM through 9:30 AM
Location: 55 John Street, Metro Hall, Room 308/309, Toronto, ON, Canada
Contact Phone: 416-365-0816 ext.221
Event Fee(s) Member $ 32.00, Non-Member $ 40.00