In the Media

Toronto Star, AUG. 2019

Toronto is a city of beaches – here’s how Ontario Place, among others, could be better. 

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CityNews, AUG. 2019

Ontario Place for All and Swim Drink Fish are calling for a new beach at Ontario Place. 

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The Globe and Mail, AUG. 2019

What are Canada’s downtowns missing? A beach! In Toronto, Ontario Place, with its consistently good water quality could fill that need. 

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Blog TO, AUG. 2019

Ontario Place for All and Swim Drink Fish are inviting you to imagine the future of Toronto’s waterfront: what if we could swim at Ontario Place?  

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Toronto Star, JULY 2019

Ontario Place planners could learn something from the Children’s Village of the 1970’s and 80’s. 

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CBC Listen, JULY 2019

On Monday, July 8, John Alschuler was on Metro Morning with Matt Galloway to advocate for Ontario Place. 

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The Globe and Mail, JULY 2019

Last Monday, John Alschuler, was in Toronto to advocate for Ontario Place to be saved as a public park. 

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Toronto Star, JUNE 2019

On Canada Day, Elder Duke Redbird gave a talk at Ontario Place’s Trillium Park about the “Seven Grandfather Teachings” and the 1805 treaty that led to the Toronto Purchase: “250 830 acres of land for the sum of 10 shillings,” as the Mississaugas of the New Credit note on...

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CBC, JUNE 2019

Mural-covered houseboat to share Indigenous history of the Toronto waterfront will soon be docked in the Ontario Place marina for the summer as an Indigenous interpretive learning centre.

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The Globe and Mail, JUNE 2019

Lisa MacLeod was moved from Children and Social Services to Tourism, Culture and Sport. 

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Behind the Numbers, JUNE 2019

“Is Ontario Place “for the people”? Or only for the investors? 

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The Globe and Mail, JUNE 2019

“As the fourth-largest city in North America, it stills surprises me that Toronto has waterfront resources that are horribly under-utilized, such as Ontario Place.” says David Leblanc

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