Lansdowne Park

They’re 100 Men Who Care to actually meet in person again. 
The organization behind Lansdowne Live says it will offer small businesses a chance to open short-term storefronts at the 40-acre site starting this fall.
Three-part seminar topics dish out guidance to businesses, working families struggling to maintain work-life balance during COVID-19
All 100 available tickets for the show originally scheduled for March 27 sold out in less than an hour.
First-of-its-kind event during pandemic will require all spectators to be screened for COVID-19 in advance.
Non-profit organization to open a brand new 42-unit supportive housing facility on Montreal Road this fall
Proceeds go toward programs that enhance care and contribute to health and well-being of residents at long-term care home
First-time event combines hockey and high-tech with Bollywood at TD Place arena
OSEG's proposal to assume control of Lansdowne Park’s public spaces has been thoroughly revised after a horde of concerned residents turned out to a city committee meeting on Tuesday
Mark Goudie said the idea is to drive more traffic to Lansdowne on non-game days in the hope that people attending events will stick around to shop and eat, creating an economic “spinoff effect”