Public Workshop for the Master Plan – October 15, 2019

Learn more about the site’s history, ask questions and share ideas for the master plan. Event details

The First Parliament site is located in downtown Toronto at the intersection of Front and Parliament Streets. It is a full city block, bounded on the west by Berkeley Street and on the south by Parliament Square Park. This area is historically significant, representing the political, social and industrial forces that helped shape the city.

In 2012, the City of Toronto acquired the site to recognize its history and to support the changing needs of the community. The surrounding community has grown in recent years. There is a new population of residents and office workers, and visitors are attracted to the area’s history and historic buildings.

This project examines how the site can best be developed in order to tell important stories from its past and how to best serve the community.

Project Details

Learn more about the project and the latest plans.

History

Information about the site's historical significance.

Get Involved

A list of consultation dates where the public can get involved.

Photo Gallery

View historical and current photos of the site.