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Press Release


The MBTW Group has taken diligent steps to do our part in protecting the health and well-being of our staff, clients, industry colleagues and the community at large. We are committed to providing a high level of service to you throughout this challenging time and are striving to minimize any disruptions. We are constantly monitoring the […]

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College Park Re-Opening

The MBTW Group was in attendance at the re-opening of College Park on July 10, 2019, with Mayor John Tory, Councillor Kristyn Wong-Tam and Councillor Mike Layton. The MBTW Group were the landscape architects for the project, lead by Principal Christine Abe. College Park is assisting in achieving the City’s goal of creating a network […]

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Stan Luk’s Terrace Garden Paradise

Our Arborist & Landscape Architect Stan Luk was recently recognized in the Toronto Gardens Blog. Stan and his terrace garden have been featured once again for his expertise in planting design and exquisite composition all within an unbelievable 300 square feet. Check out this article where he reveals a few of his tricks to creating […]

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He Put the “B” in MBTW

Patrick Bollenberghe’s Retirement We are both happy and heartbroken to announce the retirement of one of our founding partners, Patrick Bollenberghe. Pat has inspired us for over 40 years to strive for design excellence and achieve the highest levels of professional integrity, grace and camaraderie. His involvement in our firm has been integral to our […]

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Bill 139: Transitioning from the OMB to the LPAT

On May 30, 2017, the Minister of Municipal Affairs and the Attorney General introduced the Building Better Communities and Conserving Watersheds Act, 2017 (Bill 139). The Bill can be viewed here with general updates on the changes provided here. Bill 139 came into force on April 3, 2018. Bill 139 substantially changes Ontario’s land use […]

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Grand Opening Ceremony of 150 Symes Road

The MBTW Group was in attendance at the grand opening ceremony of 150 Symes Road, with Mayor John Tory and Councillor Frances Nunziata. This project centers around the heritage designated 1930’s building affectionately known as the ‘Destructor.’ The building was once used as an incinerator, then as a waste transfer station until its closure by […]

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Stan Luk Featured in Toronto Life

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Our very own Stan Luk and his lush terrace garden have been featured in Toronto Life’s online publication! The talented Sr. Project Manager and resident Arborist uses his private terrace for experimenting with on-slab gardening techniques and planting compositions to put into practice professionally. Check out this article where he reveals a few of his […]

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