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A group of students from the School of Urban and Regional Planning at Ryerson University have been hard at work over the past few months putting together their final report on their Corktown Heritage Study. In their own words, the report “investigates the heritage elements of the Corktown neighbourhood and the options available to the local community for preserving these elements into the future.”

You can download the INTERIM report here. (PDF)

You can download the FINAL report here. (PDF)

Thanks to students Shelby Blundell, Kevin Cooper, Nolan Drumm, Victoria Fusz, Jonathan Henderson, Matthew Hillgren, Ryan Labranche, Rachel Lee, Liam Smythe and Nathan Van Der Walle for all their work. Thanks also to Instructor Tom Ostler and CRBA board member Sandra Iskandar, who volunteered her time to help with the study.

The entire CRBA board is very impressed with the depth of the study and hope to use it as a springboard for future discussions on maintaining the heritage in our neighbourhood.