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Stephanie Chow

Stephanie Chow is a Project Communications Specialist at Aecon Group Inc.  She previously worked at Waterfront Toronto as a Communications and Public Engagement Coordinator for the Quayside project. Prompted by her passion for storytelling and learning new skills, she began her career in the publishing industry and has since taken on media relations, editorial, communications, and marketing roles within Canada’s higher education sector and financial industry. Stephanie was proud to help Waterfront Toronto reimagine our city’s waterfront and always sais she was lucky to learn about the elements of city-building from the best of the best. When she’s not working, Stephanie can be found reading, podcasting, or eating food with friends. 

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  • Realizing the Waterfront’s Potential: Setting strong objectives and a clear evaluation framework for Quayside

    Posted: Dec 14, 2018  

    On December 8, 2018, hundreds of Toronto residents joined us at the Quayside public roundtable. At the meeting Waterfront Toronto shared its approach to how the proposed plan for Quayside will be evaluated and the objectives against which it will be assessed. Read this summary to learn more about the meeting and find out how you can still participate and share your feedback.


  • Addressing Civic Literacy at Quayside: The First Civic Lab

    Posted: Dec 12, 2018  

    On November 23, 2018, Waterfront Toronto hosted the first Civic Lab discussion, a three-hour seminar to help address civic literacy at Quayside. Find out more.


  • Smart Cities. Smart Governance. Civic Labs on digital governance and intellectual property at Quayside

    Posted: Nov 19, 2018  

    In November 2018, Waterfront Toronto will host the first of a series of Civic Labs to help shape the direction of the Sidewalk Toronto project. Read this blog to find out more.


  • Imagining the model 21st Century neighbourhood

    Posted: Sep 26, 2018  

    We held a series of Design Jams on September 17-19, where Sidewalk Toronto project team members, subject matter experts, and community members offered their perspectives on themes including Vertical Living, Water Connections and People on Wheels.


  • Recap: Sidewalk Toronto’s Third Public Roundtable

    Posted: Aug 23, 2018  

    Missed our recent consultation meeting? You can still participate by watching the livestream and downloading the workbook and meeting materials. Read this recap to learn more.