A local 39-year old is feeling its age, and is wondering about making some changes as its forties loom on the horizon. After Ontario Place opened its futuristic pods and the world's first giant IMAX acreen in 1971, the place was overrun by locals and visitors to the tune of 3,000,000 visits a year. The number if annual visits is down to about 1,000,000 now, and the current management has called for an overhaul of the site, even suggesting that the pods and Cinesphere, a complex that has been called Zeidler Partnership Architects' masterpiece, could go too.

That suggestion has sparked some outrage, and Ontario Place now has an official website for you to register that at. They are also welcoming your comments and suggestions about the revitalization, as well as your memories and photos. You can find the website here.

Aerial shot of Ontario Place capturing the water facilities and its CinesphereAerial shot of Ontario Place capturing the water facilities and its Cinesphere, in addition to the Toronto skyline