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ACO TORONTO MEMBERS CAN POST NEWS FROM YOUR NEIGHBOURHOODS, WORRIES OR SUCCESSES, AND INCLUDE LINKS TO STORIES SPOTTED IN OTHER MEDIA THAT YOU THINK WOULD BE OF INTEREST. THESE STORIES MIGHT BE SENT OUT WITH OUR E-NEWSLETTER THAT GOES TO ALL OUR MEMBERS BY EMAIL.
Post a picture of your newly restored front porch, or the beautiful conversion of the church down the street, or (ugh) demolition shots, or a clever addition, or a super new building. (Make sure you have the rights to the picture before you post it though). Post a press release about a new book comming out. Post a story about what is before the Toronto Preservation Board. Even personal news you think will be of interest to others. This is a place to celebrate what all of our members are watching in the great city of Toronto. (coming soon)
Brighter Days Ahead for the Oculus, South Humber Park Etobicoke
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Stephanie Mah
October 20, 2020

October 17, 2020 - Architectural Conservancy of Ontario (ACO) and Giaimo have revealed a new temporary public art installation, Brighter Days Ahead, at The Oculus in Etobicoke. Designed by Toronto architecture and heritage conservation firm Giaimo, and s... +read more

ACO Toronto COVID-19 Neighbourhood Walking Tours
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Pauline Berkovitz and Stephanie Mah
April 23, 2020

So far we are still able to go out for walks during the COVID pandemic, a chance to enjoy the City's architecture. To assist, ACO Toronto has been developing walking tours. These can be found in our Free Resources section. If you want to have them emailed... +read more

Dave LeBlanc writes about Ontario Place
Dave LeBlanc
January 24, 2020

Running blindly, gleefully, through the Punching Bag Forest – a creation of the “father of soft play” Eric McMillan – as my sweaty little face briefly stuck to the bags as they slapped me silly. And slowly, peacefully, gliding un... +read more

ONTARIO PLACE LECTURE: HIDDEN FOR FORTY YEARS!
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Catherine Nasmith
December 11, 2019

In 1979, Michael Hough, the landscape architect for Ontario Place, gave a lecture to University of Manitoba landscape architecture students about the process of design and construction of the landscape of Ontario Place. He also muses about his relationshi... +read more

ACO On Breakfast Television
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Bill Greaves
November 01, 2019

ACO Board member Bill Greaves on Breakfast Television talking about the World Monument Fund 2020 Watch List. +read more

Ontario Place added to World Monuments Fund 2020 Watch List
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