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We want to KEEP the St. Lawrence Market North Market Project ON TRACK!

- initiated by community in 1998

- received City Council approval in 2002

- $76.185 Million approved in 2012

- all stakeholders approved

Letter to
Ward 1 Vincent Crisanti
Ward 29 Mary Fragadakis
Ward 28 Pam McConnell
and 37 others
Ward 27 Krystin Wong-Tam
Ward 26 John Parker
Ward 25 Jaye Robinson
Ward 24 David Shiner
Ward 23 John Filion
Ward 22 Josh Matlow
Ward 30 Paula Flectcher
Ward 31 Janet Davis
Ward 39 Mike Del Grande
Ward 38 Glenn De Baeremaeker
Ward 37 Michael Thompson
Ward 36 Gary Crawford
Ward 35 Michelle Berardinetti
Ward 34 Denzil Minnan-Wong
Ward 33 Shelley Carroll
Ward 32 Mary-Margaret McMahon
Ward 21 Joe Mihevic
Ward 20 Adam Vaughan
Ward 9 Maria Augimeri
Ward 8 Anthony Peruzza
Ward 7 Giorgio Mammoliti
Ward 6 Mark Grimes
Ward 5 Peter Milczyn
Ward 4 Gloria Lindsay Luby
Ward 3 Doug Holyday
Ward 2 Doug Ford
Ward 10 James Pasternak
Ward 11 Frances Nunziata
Ward 19 Mike Layton
Ward 18 Ana Bailao
Ward 17 Cesar Palacio
Ward 16 Karen Stintz
Ward 15 Josh Colle
Ward 14 Gord Perks
Ward 13 Sarah Doucette
Ward 12 Frank Di Giorgio
Ward 40 Norm Kelley
KEEP the St. Lawrence Market North Market Redevelopment ON TRACK!

The St. Lawrence Market has been an important Toronto institution for over 200 years. The South and North Markets are a destination for residents from across the city and one of our leading tourist destinations. The Market was recently named as the #1 food market in the world by National Geographic.

Housing the Saturday Farmers Market and Sunday Antique Market, the North Market is a vital element to enhance the entire St. Lawrence Market precinct.

The North St Lawrence Market redevelopment project has gone through a decade-long process to ensure that it meets the needs of the City, users and the community and is supported by all the Market stakeholders – merchants, residents and local businesses.

The new North Market will replace a tired, inefficient 1960s building with a facility that will be used throughout the week. It will continue to house the Saturday Farmers’ Market and Sunday Antiques market and will create revenue opportunities for the City, through new bookings. The building will also provide a new and much needed parking facility and a consolidated Court. Both the parking and the consolidated court service will provide additional revenue.

We the undersigned urge City Council to approve continuing the St. Lawrence North Market Redevelopment Project design and adequately fund the project as a benefit to all residents in the City of Toronto.

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