File 2016-044/012(19) - Cityplan '91 forum materials

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Cityplan '91 forum materials

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2016-044/012(19)

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  • 1989 (Creation)

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1 folder of textual records

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File pertains to the City of Toronto's launch of Cityplan '91 with a event entitled "Cityplan '91 forum on the future of the City of Toronto", held on on 27-31 May 1989. Records in this file include a program, a letter signed by Mayor Art Eggleton inviting Rahder to attend, a Cityplan '91 brochure, a summary of events, and speaker biographies.

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Final

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Created by J. Grant on 28 Feb. 2017.

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