Mayoralty candidate wants to close city courses
Toronto mayoralty candidate Jennifer Keesmaat wants to shut down the city's three municipal golf courses.
Oct. 9, 2018 – One of Toronto's mayoralty candidates proposes the city's three municipal golf courses be shut down and converted into open spaces for the year-round enjoyment of everyone. Jennifer Keesmaat said the Don Valley, Scarlett Woods and Dentonia Park golf courses are losing money and would be better served with other uses.
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