The Canadian Society of Landscape Architects announced the results of the 2012 CSLA Professional Awards Program in March 2012.
The annual awards program recognizes excellence in Landscape Architecture in categories of Design, Planning and Analysis, Research, Communications, Landscape Management, New Directions, and Residential Design.
In the Design Category Councillor Grimes is pleased to announce that the Colonel Samuel Smith Park- Artificial Ice Trail was awarded a Regional Citation Award. The 250-metre artificial rink, which opened in late 2010, forms a large figure eight that winds along the park’s shoreline. It is a unique trail designed for the leisure skater, open from November to March each winter season.
Congratulations to PMA Landscape Architects and all the City of Toronto Staff who worked on this project.
 The Canadian Society of Landscape Architects
The Canadian Society of Landscape Architects (CSLA) is a professional organization with over 1,600 landscape architects as members, the voice of the profession in Canada.
The work of landscape architects is all around us in: Planning our city, neighbourhoods Designing our urban places and open spaces, waterfronts and scenic parkways, conserving our heritage and historic sites.