Mayoral candidate and former Toronto chief planner Jennifer Keesmaat announced a new proposal to convert three city-owned golf courses into publicly-accessible spaces intended to be open year-round. Don Valley Golf Course, Scarlett Woods Golf Course and Dentonia Park Golf Course operate under a net loss, Keesmaat said in a news release Monday. The three courses are currently public land and are located in North York, Roselands and in Oakridge, respectively. Jennifer Keesmaat wants to consult with local community members on how to transform three city-operated golf courses into open spaces. There are two more city-owned and operated golf courses in Toronto — Humber Valley in Etobicoke and Tam O’Shanter in Scarborough.
Source: thestar October 08, 2018 16:55 UTC