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Partners and Associates

Culture Division of the City of Toronto
http://www.toronto.ca/culture/

The TRHA is working closely with the Culture Division of the City of Toronto in the formation and development of the museum as it will be a city museum.

Parks and Recreation Department of the City of Toronto
http://www.toronto.ca/parks/

The TRHA is working closely with the Parks and Recreation Division of the city of Toronto in the formation and development of the Roundhouse Park as an element of the museum as the park is a city park.

Heritage Toronto
http://www.heritagetoronto.org/

The TRHA offers regular railway heritage walking tours as part of Heritage Toronto's Walks program.

Steam Whistle Brewing
http://www.steamwhistle.ca/

The brewery occupies stalls 1-11 of the roundhouse and is currently expanding into stalls 12-14. Every year, Steam Whistle makes their facilities available for TRHA displays during Doors Open weekend.

Leonís at the Roundhouse
http://www.leonsroundhouse.ca

Leon's is one of Canada's largest retailers, selling a wide range of merchandise including furniture, major appliances and home electronics. The company continues to be run by the Leon family and maintains the standards of service, integrity and dedication established by Ablan Leon over 100 years ago. Leonís has developed a spectacular specialized store in the Roundhouse which elegantly shows off the heritage structure. They have generously supported the Roundhouse by providing us with large screen display systems to be incorporated into our museum.

Toronto Terminals Railway (TTR)
http://www.ttrly.com/

This is the TTR website with information about Union Station and the train operations associated with it. The TRHA conducts regular public tours of Union Station in partnership with the TTR.

Doors Open Toronto
http://doorsopen.org/

This site provides the latest news and listing of all sites participating in Doors Open.

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