Ontario Place was designed as an inclusive public entertainment, educational and recreational space to reflect the province's history, natural resources and burgeoning diversity. Opening its doors in 1971, Ontario Place quickly established itself as a destination that attracted visitors from every corner of the province. At a time when Toronto's waterfront was actively industrial, the idea of creating a destination and park along the waterfront reshaped the relationship between the urban lan...
Premier Kathleen Wynne marked the one-year countdown to the 2015 Pan
American Games today at Toronto's Nathan Phillips Square. The site will
transform into PANAMANIA Live at Nathan Phillips Square, presented by CIBC,
during the Games, and will host the new Cisco TORONTO 2015 Countdown Clock
The province is moving forward with its long-term vision to revitalize Ontario Place into a vibrant waterfront destination. The government's plan does not include residential development of any kind on a space that should remain public.
Ontario is celebrating the twelve finalists for the 2014 Premier's Awards for Excellence in the Arts.
The award recognizes extraordinary achievements of the province's artists and arts organizations. The 2014 laureates will be announced at an awards ceremony at Roy Thomson Hall on Sept. 16 in Toronto.