Toronto - Tommy Thompson Park, a created peninsula extending five kilometres into Lake Ontario, has evolved into one of the most significant biological wonders on Toronto’s waterfront.  Also known as the Leslie Street Spit, this urban wilderness park has been managed by Toronto and Region Conservation (TRCA) since the early 1970s, attracting well over 300,000 visitors annually.

The $8 million funding partnership between TRCA and Waterfront Toronto has resulted in the implementation of key components of the Master Plan including natural area enhancements and the construction of a park trail system.
 
The public is invited to come and learn about what has been accomplished to date and what activities are scheduled for the year ahead:

WHEN:
Wednesday, November 28, 2007

AGENDA:
6:30-7:00PM             Open House
7:00-7:30PM             Presentation
7:30-8:45PM             Question & Answer
8:45-9:00PM             Wrap Up

WHERE:
Council Chambers, Toronto City Hall
100 Queen Street West

FOR INFO:
Please contact Catherine DeAbreu at cdeabreu@trca.on.ca or 416-661-6600 ext. 5305