Cultural Spaces Public Consultations

Be a Part of Making Space for Culture!

City of Toronto Cultural Services launches another round of ward consultations starting October 4 and running throughout the month.

What kind of space does your neighbourhood need to make art, music, dance? To film, play, practice and perform? We’re coming to your neighbourhood to hear your thoughts. We want to know what's needed, who needs it, and how we might work together to help make space for culture in your community.

More information regarding the consultation schedules can be found here, and the complete schedule is listed below. We encourage you to attend a consultation in your ward, and be sure to pass it through your networks!

Have your voice heard by taking this survey issued by Toronto Cultural Services!

Public Consultation Dates and Locations

Ward Date Time Location
28 Thursday, October 4th 10 am – 12 pm Young People's Theatre
15 Thursday, October 4th 6 – 8 pm Oakwood Library
20 Tuesday, October 9th 10 am – 12 pm Lillian H. Smith Library
23 Thursday, October 11th 6 – 8 pm North York Civic Centre
18 Monday, October 15th 10 am – 12 pm Bloor-Gladstone Library
11 Tuesday, October 16th 6 – 8 pm Urban Arts
32 Wednesday, October 17th 6 – 8 pm Beaches Recreation Centre
21 Thursday, October 18th 6 – 8 pm Tarragon Theatre
19 Tuesday, October 23rd 10 am – 12 pm College/Shaw Library
35 Wednesday, October 24th 6 – 8 pm Warden Hilltop Community Centre

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Making Space for Culture is a major recommendation of the Creative Capital Gains report, unanimously adopted by Toronto City Council in May 2011. Finding, building, and sustaining cultural space requires partners from all sectors, private, non-profit, and government. In order to make wise, long-term plans, Toronto Cultural Services has embarked on a ward-by-ward consultation and planning process to determine local priorities.

Questions? Contact or 416-392-7367