The City Manager’s report recommending a new Commemorative Framework for Toronto will be considered by Executive Committee on July 12, 2022.

 

The Recognition Review project examines how the City honours history in public spaces. As part of the Recognition Review, the City is developing a new framework to guide how it commemorates public figures and events in monuments, street and place names. This framework will be presented to City Council for consideration in July 2022, and will be used to help select a new name for Dundas Street in early 2023.

Commemorative Framework

Learn more about the City's draft guiding principles for naming and commemoration.

Get Involved

Learn about past and upcoming public consultations for the Recognition Review.

Community Advisory Committee

Meet the Recognition Review Community Advisory Committee.

Renaming Dundas Street

Learn more about Council's decision to rename Dundas Street.

Tools for Residents and Businesses

Helpful tools and resources for Dundas Street businesses and residents.

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