Media Advisory - A Look at Future Plans for Toronto's Tommy Thompson Park

    TRCA Holds a Public Information Session on the Tommy Thompson Park Master
    Plan Implementation Project

    TORONTO, Nov. 21 /CNW/ - Tommy Thompson Park, a created peninsula
extending five kilometres into Lake Ontario, has evolved into one of the most
significant biological wonders on Toronto's waterfront. Also known as the
Leslie Street Spit, this urban wilderness park has been managed by Toronto and
Region Conservation (TRCA) since the early 1970s, attracting well over
300,000 visitors annually.
    The $8 million funding partnership between TRCA and Waterfront Toronto
has resulted in the implementation of key components of the Master Plan
including natural area enhancements and the construction of a park trail

    The public is invited to come and learn about what has been accomplished
to date and what activities are scheduled for the year ahead:

    WHEN:     Wednesday, November 28, 2007

    AGENDA:   6:30-7:00PM    Open House
              7:00-7:30PM    Presentation
              7:30-8:45PM    Question & Answer
              8:45-9:00PM    Wrap Up

    WHERE:    Council Chambers, Toronto City Hall
              100 Queen Street West

    FOR INFO: Please contact Catherine DeAbreu at or
              416-661-6600 ext. 5305

    Toronto and Region Conservation's vision is for The Living City, a new
kind of community where human settlement can flourish forever as part of
nature's beauty and diversity. For more information on The Living City, visit

For further information:

For further information: For media information, contact: Brown & Cohen
Communications & Public Affairs Inc., (416) 484-1132, Wendy Kauffman, ext. 3,
(, or Rowena Calpito, ext. 4, (

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