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A blog about waterfront revitalization, urbanism, city-building and other topics, written and curated by the staff of Waterfront Toronto.

Toronto, This Is Your Waterfront

Posted: Feb 7, 2017
For more than a decade, Waterfront Toronto has been working diligently to make Toronto’s post-industrial waterfront a place for people. We’ve already completed more than 20 new and improved parks and public spaces, essential infrastructure to protect the city’s downtown – including the Financial District – from catastrophic flooding, and new neighbourhoods like the West Don Lands. Have you been out to explore our new waterfront?

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  • Carol Webb

    Carol Webb is a project communications manager with Waterfront Toronto.
  • Meghan Hogan

    Meghan Hogan is a communications and public engagement specialist at Waterfront Toronto. When not mastering her craft, Meghan enjoys being outdoors, cooking, and attending as many Toronto events and festivals as possible.
  • Christopher McKinnon

    Christopher McKinnon manages social media and public engagement at Waterfront Toronto. He’s passionate about art, cycling in the city, public transit and building really amazing parks.
  • Anna Palamarchuk

    Anna is a project manager in Waterfront Toronto’s Environment and Innovation group, providing research, planning, and project support for sustainability initiatives.
  • Andrew Hilton

    Andrew Hilton is the director of communications and marketing at Waterfront Toronto. He considers himself lucky to work at a job where he gets to both indulge his interests in cities, transit, cycling and design and participate in making the waterfront – and the city – a better place.
  • Mira Shenker

    Mira Shenker is a project communications manager at Waterfront Toronto. She has worked as a journalist and executive editor at industry and business publications. In this role, Mira collaborates with project stakeholders and the public, and is lucky enough to be part of creating the type of city she is proud to call home.
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