Newslink November 2017

November 23, 2017

CAEM Holiday Luncheon 2017

Beanfield Centre is proud to be the venue sponsor of the CAEM’s Annual Holiday Luncheon! This signature annual event from CAEM promises to be full of holiday fun, good food and great networking with your fellow event professionals. The event is December 5th and tickets are on sale now.

St Joseph’s Health Centre Book Drive
Employees of Exhibition Place recently held a book drive in support of St. Joseph’s Health Centre Toronto. This employee-driven initiative saw a total 183 lbs worth of books and magazines donated to the hospital’s patient library, fully re-stocking all the library’s shelves for patients of the hospital to enjoy! St. Joseph’s Health Centre is always looking for book and magazine donations for their patient library. The hospital accepts paperbacks (fiction and non-fiction), and current magazines. If you are interested in making a book or magazine donation, please contact the hospital’s Volunteer Services Department at or 416-530-6450.
Tis’ the Season!
Just in time for the holiday season, our new Christmas tree has been installed just outside of Halls C&D at Enercare Centre! Make sure to stop by on your way into the Enercare Centre for upcoming holiday season shows and events happening at Exhibition Place.
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King Street Pilot Project
Visiting Exhibition Place by car? Plan ahead – the King Street Pilot Project is now in full effect and may require visitors to find alternate routes to Exhibition Place. Those arriving by transit will likely find the trip a faster experience. Find out more about the King Street Pilot Project.
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Ontario Place seeks RFPs for Celebration Common
Exciting news from our neighbours to the south at Ontario Place! A massive public waterfront park, dubbed “Celebration Common” is coming to the East Island of Ontario Place. The province seeks planning and design consultants for Celebration Common, which will be the length of 14 football fields and link the newly re-opened Cinesphere, Trillium Park and the William G. Davis Trail. RFP submissions close December 21, 2017.
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Road Safety at Exhibition Place
We care about road safety. Please be aware of acceptable driving speeds when visiting Exhibition Place. The speed limit within the ExPlaceTO grounds in 30km – please drive safely and stay alert, particularly with the arrival of darker winter months. You may have noticed the network of bike lanes we’ve installed, which integrate into the City of Toronto’s bike network and help guide the many cyclists that utilize the grounds safely through and around Exhibition Place. Please do not park in the bike lanes – the fine for blocking a bicycle lane in the city of Toronto is $150.