George Street Revitalization (GSR) continues to rely on stakeholder input to inform and shape this exciting city-building project that will see a long-term care facility, an emergency shelter for men, an all gender transitional shelter and a community-oriented service hub take shape.

Read the Stakeholder Reference Group’s Terms of Reference.

Meeting Information

The GSR Stakeholder Reference Group (SRG) aims to meet at least 2-times a year. The SRG last met in October 2019. Coordination of the George Street Revitalization (GSR) Stakeholder Reference Group was suspended in Spring 2020 to support the City of Toronto’s COVID-19 pandemic response.

The next meeting of the GSR Stakeholder Reference Group will be in Spring 2023.

Stakeholder Reference Group Membership

Membership in the SRG represents a cross-section of key stakeholders who receive information and participate in an advisory capacity to the City of Toronto on the GSR project’s program and design elements.

Past members include representatives from:

  • Maxwell Meighen Centre
  • Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment (MLSE)
  • Jenny Green Coop
  • Wychwood Towers
  • International Federation on Aging
  • Seaton House residents and staff
  • Toronto Central Local Health Integration Network
  • Seniors Services & Long-Term Care (SSLTC) volunteers and staff
  • Community Occupational Therapists’ Assn (COTA)
  • International Federation on Aging
  • Inner City Family Health Team
  • Native Women’s Resource Centre of Toronto
  • Street Health
  • Haven Toronto
  • Inner City Health Associates
  • Toronto Central – Local Health Integration Network
  • Castlview -Wychwood Towers
  • Garden District Residents’ Association (GDRA)
  • Fred Victor
  • CUPE Local 79
  • St. Michael’s Hospital