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May 5, 2005
Public invited to contribute ideas to revitalize Nathan Phillips Square
Torontonians will have an opportunity to contribute ideas to revitalize Nathan
Phillips Square at one of two public information workshops that are part of
public consultations leading up to an international design competition to
revitalize Nathan Phillips Square to be launched in the Fall.

The international competition will invite architects, landscape architects,
artists, planners, engineers and other professionals to submit design proposals
to revitalize the Square’s existing facilities in order to accommodate and host
a greater number and variety of ceremonies and special events.

The public information workshops are designed to provide a forum to voice ideas
and concerns about the Square in small, facilitated group discussions. Concepts
and ideas brought forward in the workshops will help to form the competition’s
terms of reference.

What: Public information workshop
When: Monday, May 9 or Wednesday May 25
Where: Council Chamber and Members’ Lounge
City Hall, 100 Queen St. West
Time: 6:30 to 9 p.m.

A creative workshop on Saturday, June 4 and a town hall meeting scheduled for
Wednesday, June 22 will provide further opportunities for public consultation.
Details about these events will be announced in the near future.

For more information about the Nathan Phillips Square design competition visit ion.

Media contact:
Margaret Dougherty
Corporate Communications Coordinator



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