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Review Committee Presents its Plan for Future Success of Royal Botanical Gardens
4 April 2005
The Royal Botanical Gardens (RBG) Review Committee, co-chaired by former Hamilton mayor Robert Wade and regional planning expert David Carter, today presented its report on the future viability and success of the Royal Botanical Gardens to the City of Hamilton, Halton Region and the Province of Ontario.
"The gardens' public funders, its board and staff and the local community have rallied around the review and given it their full co-operation," added Carter. "We all share the same goal -- to ensure the Royal Botanical Gardens can be a leader in preserving, conserving and presenting the unique flora and fauna of Ontario."
The report concludes that the RBG as currently constituted is not viable.
In a phased approach, the report recommends that the RBG:
Since its appointment by the Ontario government in September 2004, the review committee has considered input from more than 500 roundtable participants and 170 submissions. Its full report and recommendations are
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