Materials from public consultation events are provided in the tabs below.

Open house and public consultation materials are posted below.

  1. Discussion Guide
  2. Presentation Slides (file size approximately 11MB)
  3. Display Boards
    1. Introductory boards
    2. Study Context and Work to-date
    3. Community Services and Facilities
    4. March 2017 Summary and Study Next Steps 
    5. Thank you!
    6. Supplement – Info Sheet 1 – Why Study Keele and Finch?
    7. Supplement – Info Sheet 2 – What Guides this Study?
  4. Workshop Materials: Workshop table top materials. Large size (~7MB) images are linked below for each of the options. Each image includes the concept and title for the option, a top-down view, two bird’s eye views, two photos with artist sketches and a legend.
    1. Option 1
    2. Option 2
    3. Option 3
  5. Promotions
    1. Newspaper Ad (image only) – North York Mirror September 20, 2017
    2. Newspaper Ad (image only) – Downsview Advocate September release.
    3. Newspaper Site Web Banner (image only) – Downsview Advocate from September 12 up to and including the event date.
    4. Flyer mailed to all interested parties who had provided an address.
    5. Twitter: posted through the Official City Planning Account (@CityPlanTO) and through the Downsview Advocate’s account (@DownsviewA).
    6. Facebook: posted through the Official City Planning Account and by the Downsview Advocate.
    7. Email: the event was promoted through the listserv on September 14, 2017, and September 27, 2017. There were over 200 subscribers to the list. The Downsview Advocate also sent an email out to their listserv subscribers.
    8. The event was also promoted by encouraging local organizations and partners to spread the word.
Photo of Councillor Perruzza giving opening remarks at the September 28, 2017 public meeting to an audience.
Councillor Perruzza provided opening remarks at the beginning of the workshop. Approximately 100 people attended.

For a summary of the event and to view more event photos, see Event Summaries.

Open house and public consultation materials are posted below.

  1. Discussion Guide
  2. Presentation Slides
  3. Display Boards
    1. Display Panels (about 5mb)
    2. Info Sheet 1 – Why Study Keele and Finch?
    3. Info Sheet 2 – What Guides this Study?
  4. Workshop Materials
    1. Workshop Intent and Exercises
    2. Workshop map
  5. Promotions
    1. Newspaper Ad (image only) – North York Mirror March 2, 2017
    2. Newspaper Site Web Banner (image only) – Downsview Advocate from mid-February up to and including the event date.
    3. Flyer mailed to all interested parties who had provided an address.
    4. Twitter: posted through the Official City Planning Account (@CityPlanTO) and through the Downsview Advocate’s account (@DownsviewA).
    5. Facebook: posted through the Official City Planning Account and by the Downsview Advocate.
    6. Email: the event was promoted through the listserv on February 23, 2017, and March 6, 2017. There are over 150 subscribers to the list. The Downsview Advocate also sent an email out to their listserv subscribers.
    7. The event was also promoted by encouraging local organizations and partners to spread the word.
Councillor Perruzza giving opening remarks to an audience at the March 2017 Keele Finch Plus meeting.
People from across the community came to the event and most attendees participated in the workshop. Councillor Perruzza provided opening remarks.

For a summary of the event and to view more event photos, see Event Summaries.

Open house and public consultation materials are posted below.

  1. Discussion Guide
  2. Presentation Slides
  3. Display Boards
    1. Display Panels (about 6mb)
    2. Info Sheet 1 – Why Study Keele and Finch?
    3. Info Sheet 2 – What Guides this Study?
    4. Info Sheet 3 – Study Building Blocks
  4. Promotions
    1. Newspaper Ad (image only) – Downsview Advocate June 8th
    2. Newspaper Ad (image only) – North York Mirror June 9th
    3. Flyer – In total, 12,597 flyers were mailed to addresses roughly 1km around the Keele and Finch intersection. Approximately 57 per cent of these addresses were rental apartments, 30 per cent houses, and 13  were businesses)
    4. The event was also promoted on Twitter via @CityPlanTO and @TorontoComms, through the email list and by encouraging local organizations and partners to spread the word.
Photo of attendees working at a table at the June 2016 Keele Finch Plus consultation.
People from all over the community came to the event, and almost everyone took part in the activities.

For a summary of the event and to view more event photos, see Event Summaries.

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