Definitely so, and a new "Ontario Natural Museum" at the current OSC site could combine both the animal/mineral collections at the ROM (seeing), with a strong ecological educational component (doing), perhaps integrating some of the former OSC exhibits like the rainforest or tornado machine.That wouldn't be a bad idea at all- considering ROM still have so many artifacts that are in storage for the lack of display space, and that it is fairly standard practice to have a standalone museum of nature, and a ravine site with a wetland is ripe for opportunities. So if we streamline it - ROM on Bloor would be solely for History/Cultural artifacts; the old OSC would be a Museum of Nature (include mineralogy and astronomy); and the new OSC at OP would cover Science/Tech. Not a bad mix.
I think the ROM would be much stronger with a focus on anthropology, archeology, and Canadian History. The question though is who gets the dinosaur and evolutionary exhibits, I think the ROM will fight tooth-and-nail to keep them.