A Bountiful Partnership for U of T, the City and the Toronto Parks and Trees Foundation
The Landmark Project’s plans for new flowering trees, gardens and green space on Front Campus inspires a $100,000 gift from the Toronto Parks and Trees Foundation, with funding from the City of Toronto.
A Groundbreaking Sustainability Initiative for St. George Campus
The University of Toronto’s Landmark Project is moving forward with an ambitious plan to install Canada’s largest urban geothermal field beneath King’s College Circle.
Celebrating family, history and community with a Landmark Project bench
Inspired by her colleague’s generosity and the proposed transformation of the St. George campus, Smyth has chosen to donate a personalized Landmark Project bench that will be situated on Front Campus.
For Hollywood film composer Mychael Danna, St George Campus is an inspirational place in the heart of the city
Mychael Danna has chosen to commemorate his time at the University of Toronto with a Landmark Project bench. “I’ve always looked upon the University as the quiet and more thoughtful heart of a modern and very busy city,” says Danna.
Celebrating U of T connections with a Landmark project tree
Katherine Carney and her husband Adam Carney, a financial planner with TD Wealth Financial Planning, have generously donated a tree to the Landmark Project to commemorate their deep connection to the University, and to create a new and “very special” place on campus where they can spend time as a family.
For Harvey Botting, the Landmark project is a family affair
Harvey Botting has chosen to honour his family ties to the University with a Landmark Project paver to be placed in the area around Convocation Hall.
A Q&A with Landmark project champions Donald Ainslie and Scott Mabury
The Landmark Project is one of the most significant open space projects to take place on St. George campus since the 19th century.
Paul Shaffer honours his parents with a Landmark project bench
As far back as he can remember, musician Paul Shaffer, former bandleader on The Late Show with David Letterman, knew the University of Toronto was his destiny.
For Bharati “Bee-Bee” Mukherjee, St George Campus is a warm and welcoming space
Bharati “Bee-Bee” Mukherjee is not a graduate of the University of Toronto, but for her U of T “is like a temple, a place of worship”.
University of Toronto students’ union promotes campus accessibility with $250,000 gift to the Landmark project
The University of Toronto Students’ Union (UTSU) is improving accessibility in the St. George campus core with a generous $250,000 donation to the Landmark Project.
University of Toronto students’ union champions the landmark project
Brilliant professors, the world’s most diverse city, 700 undergrad programs and more than 1,000 clubs and organizations are not the only reasons students choose to study at the University of Toronto.
Celebrating the P&OT program through the Landmark project
The Physical and Occupational Therapy class of 1967 celebrate their combined program with a donation to be recognized on a Landmark Project bench.
A place to come together
When Dario Di Censo heard about the Landmark Project and how it will transform St. George campus, he felt an immediate need to be a part of it.
Leaving a mark on their alma mater
When New College alumni Lesley Riedstra and Rian Mitra learned about U of T’s Landmark Project, they knew they wanted to be part of the historic beautification of their alma mater.