Key Destinations - Toronto Core

Sep. 18, 2022

Development partner selected to transform Front and Spadina

Apr. 14, 2017

Toronto City Planning - Published on 22 Feb 2017

On March 13th, hundreds of residents and business owners attended our first public meeting on the King Street Pilot. King Street is Toronto’s busiest surface transit route, moving over 65,000 riders a day. Although vehicle drivers only make up 16% of King Street’s users, they currently use 64% of the right-of-way space. As Toronto continues to grow rapidly, we must plan more strategically to maximise the public benefit of our existing assets. To learn more, visit

Apr. 14, 2017

Toronto City Planning - Published on 6 Mar 2017

This recording is from the March 4th, 2017 TOcore consultation held at the Ryerson's Ted Rogers School of Management. It includes an introductory presentation on the TOcore process to develop a new Downtown Plan by Chief Planner Jennifer Keesmaat followed by a discussion panel moderated by Ken Greenberg of the Ryerson City Building Institute and featuring:

Jennifer Keesmaat, Chief Planner & Executive Director, Toronto City Planning
Janie Romoff, General Manager, Toronto Parks, Forestry, and Recreation
Barbara Gray, General Manager, Toronto Transportation Services
Michael Williams, General Manager, Toronto Economic Development & Culture