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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 communications manager at Waterfront Toronto specializing in Central Waterfront and East Bayfront communities. She has worked as a journalist and PR and communications manager. In this role, Mira is lucky enough to be a part of creating the types of public spaces she wants for her city.
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