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A Tepid Response to #FordNation?

Toronto staff recommends listing Ontario Place on city’s heritage register

“The listing does not offer any legal protections under the Ontario Heritage Act and will serve mostly as a symbolic gesture intended to signal that the city wants to see parts of Ontario Place preserved.”

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