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Our role has been to set the stage for conservation advocacy through public education.
Our public information efforts have evolved from public events and publishing books and magazines, to development of our most significant research project to date: TO Built, a publicly accessible online database. TO Built offers a means of recording all property in Toronto, including photographs, research, drawings, and links to other, external sources of information. The database is open source and provides an opportunity for anyone with information to share it with others. We hope that consolidating community research will facilitate protection for future generations!
In addition to undertaking research and preparing publications, ACO Toronto regularly hosts public events showcasing and celebrating diverse aspects of the city’s heritage.
ACO members receive both the “Acorn” magazine and web-based “Acorn in a Nutshell”, as well as Toronto’s own e-newsletter.
President: Catherine Nasmith (416) 598-4144
Vice President: Penina Coopersmith
Secretary: Adam Sobolak
Treasurer: Gee Chung
Member at Large: Peter Razgaitis
Member at Large: John Wilcox
Member at Large: Leslie Fritz
Member at Large: Janet Walters (416) 865-1833
Member at Large: Mathew Zambri
Member at Large: Shahrooz Zayandehroodi
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