A city-wide survey is a proactive, systematic study of properties within a municipality in order to identify sites with potential cultural heritage value according to a defined list of criteria. City Planning’s City-wide Heritage Survey Feasibility Study will propose a plan for the completion of a city-wide heritage survey in Toronto, taking advantage of established international best practices.

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