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Your turn: How would you revitalize Ontario Place?

My Ontario Place Pavilion, a venue to share ideas about the future of the park, opened to the public on Tuesday.

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The Ontario government announced on Wednesday that it is closing most of Ontario place for up to five years, and has appointed a panel to examine ways to revitalize the aging theme park.

Ontario Place sits on prime waterfront real estate in Toronto, and the province's tourism minister says the space "can be anything."

The Globe and Mail is asking readers to share their ideas for what should be done with the space. Over the next week, we'll be collecting your ideas and a selection of the most original and popular will be featured in print and online.

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How to share

Comments: Post your idea in our thread

Tweet: Share your vote for what should be done in 140 characters, with the hashtag #ontplace

E-mail: Send your thoughts and sketches (and yes, sketches and visual ideas are most welcome) to community@globeandmail.com

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