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One Step Closer to Unlocking the Port LandsPosted: Jul 22, 2015
Waterfront Toronto and its government partners recently announced $5 million in funding to complete due diligence work on the proposal to naturalize the mouth of the Don River.
Waterfront Toronto's Report CardPosted: Mar 18, 2015
Waterfront Toronto will be hosting a town hall meeting, giving members of the public an opportunity to get an update and ask questions on waterfront revitalization.
We Want Your Questions About Toronto’s Waterfront RevitalizationPosted: Nov 26, 2014
What might Toronto’s Port Lands look like in the future? How will waterfront revitalization affect our city? Ask us your questions. We want to answer them.
About Our New Video: To the WaterfrontPosted: Nov 5, 2014
Starting last Friday, you may have heard about a new Waterfront Toronto video. If you were at the movies over this past weekend, you might have seen it.
A New Way to Tell the Waterfront StoryPosted: Oct 31, 2014
We hear a lot of questions about waterfront revitalization – from citizens, from journalists and even from those who live and work on the waterfront. We want to answer these questions. Here's how.
Transparency and Accountability on the WaterfrontPosted: Jul 4, 2014
We're committed to earning the trust and confidence of Torontonians and the broader public that we serve by being honest and open and by acting with integrity and accountability. So here's what we've done.
Connecting Cycling Routes Along the WaterfrontPosted: Jun 24, 2014
Being able to cycle to work is a great thing, both for the exercise and the freedom from packed subways and streetcars. Cycle commuting is even better when you can rely on a good, interconnected network of bike lanes and separated paths to get around easily and safely.
Photo: Canada's Sugar Beach on a Sunny Spring DayPosted: Jun 5, 2014
On a warm spring day, Canada's Sugar Beach is a pretty good place to catch some rays and watch the sugar ship unload.
Revitalizing Toronto’s Waterfront is a Complex Balancing ActPosted: Mar 4, 2014
Toronto’s waterfront is being transformed from derelict industrial lands into dynamic new mixed-use neighbourhoods that reconnect us with our waterfront through truly inspiring parks and public spaces. But it’s no easy feat – this transformation requires a delicate balancing act that makes sure that no single way that we use the waterfront overpowers all the others.