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June 17, 2005
Nathan Phillips Square Town Hall -- The Community's Ideas for Renewal
As part of a series of public consultations to help form the terms of reference
for an international design competition to revitalize Nathan Phillips Square, a
town hall focusing on Torontonians' vision for the Square will be held on
Wednesday, June 22. Perspectives, issues and opportunities for the Square's
renewal heard during public consultations held this spring will be presented.
Participants will also be invited to present and discuss their ideas for the
Square's future.

What: Nathan Phillips Square Town Hall -- The Community's Ideas
for Renewal
Where: Council Chamber, City Hall, 100 Queen St. W.
When: Wednesday, June 22, 7 to 9:30 p.m.

The Nathan Phillips Square design competition planned for this fall will invite
architects, landscape architects, artists, planners, engineers and other
professionals to submit proposals for revitalization that will enable the
Square to better accommodate and host a greater number and variety of
ceremonies and special events.

Additional information about the Nathan Phillips Square design competition is
available at tion.

Media contact:

Margaret Dougherty
Corporate Communications Coordinator



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