Members and Structure
The Board of Governors was formed in 1983 for the purpose of operating and managing the grounds of Exhibition Place.
A Message from the Chair
Boards and Committees Deputy Mayor Ausma Malik sits on:
- Board of Health
- Committee of Revision, Chair
- Executive Committee, Vice-Chair
- Economic and Community Development Committee
- Toronto and East York Community Council, Vice-Chair
- Striking Committee, Chair
- Exhibition Place Board of Governors, Chair and the Mayor’s designate
- Toronto Music Advisory Committee
- Waterfront Revitalization Corporation (Waterfront Toronto), as the Mayor’s designate
- Scadding Court Community Centre Committee
- Art Gallery of Ontario Board of Trustees
- Campbell House Board of Management
- Canadian National Exhibition Association, Municipal Section and Board of Directors
- Harbourfront Centre Board of Directors
- Bathurst Quay Community Land Co-operative Inc
The Board consists of nine members appointed by City Council including the Mayor or designate, 4 Members of Council, and 4 Public Members.
Deputy Mayor Ausma Malik
Councillor Paul Ainslie
Councillor Vincent Crisanti
Councillor Chris Moise
Councillor Anthony Perruzza
The Board consists of nine members appointed by City Council including the Mayor or designate, 4 Members of Council, and 4 public members recruited in accordance with the City’s Public Appointments Policy.
The Board of Governors of Exhibition Place (the “Board”) was originally established in 1983 under the Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto Act and is continued as a board of the City of Toronto under subsection 407 (1) of the City of Toronto Act, 2006. The Board is a body Corporate and an agent of the City.
The Board of Governors meets 6-8 times each calendar year to review the operation and management of Exhibition Place, and to approve or recommend approval to City Council of business and contractual matters that enhance the viability and profitability of Exhibition Place.
The Board’s reports are now accessible for those with disabilities, however, if some reports/presentations are not accessible, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for a hard copy.
The provisions of the City of Toronto Act, 2006 stipulate that Exhibition Place may be used for:
- Parks and Exhibition purposes;
- The purpose of trade centres and trade and agricultural fairs such as, but not limited to, the annual Canadian National Exhibition and the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair;
- Displays, agricultural activities, sporting events, athletic contests, public entertainment, and meetings;
- Highway, electrical transmission, or public utility purpose; and
- Any other purpose that City Council may approve.
The Board’s by-laws are now accessible for those with disabilities, however, if some attachments are not accessible, please contact email@example.com for a hard copy.