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Waterfront Toronto Town Hall 2017

May 25, 2017

Rendering of an aerial of the revitalized East Bayfront.

Join our President and CEO for a public town hall meeting 

By: Meghan Hogan

Toronto’s waterfront revitalization is about to enter a new phase of transformational projects. To help you learn more about what the future holds, we’re hosting a public town hall on Tuesday, June 6 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at the George Brown College Waterfront Campus. Our President and CEO, Will Fleissig, will give community members an update on what we’ve been up to over the last year, the new context for Waterfront Toronto, our evolving mandate, new strategy and major projects that will define our future.

For those who are unable to attend the meeting in person, we will be live streaming the meeting on our Facebook page. To watch and interact, visit www.facebook.com/WaterfrontToronto/.

Participants will have the chance to meet and engage with Will, as well as explore how our mandate and strategy are evolving to better address the many challenges and opportunities our city is faced with. We will also provide an update on how we intend to engage the community more deeply moving forward. 

We will then open up the floor and give you the opportunity to ask questions, share your views and any concerns with Will and members of our senior management team. 


June 6, 2017 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.


George Brown College Waterfront Campus, Auditorium,  51 Dockside Drive (map)

Closest Major Intersection: Queens Quay East and Lower Sherbourne Street.

Join us on Facebook where you can watch and interact online. Visit www.facebook.com/WaterfrontToronto/.

Getting here:

Public Transit: 6 Bay bus or the 75 Sherbourne bus

Bicycle: The Martin Goodman Trail passes in front of the George Brown Campus; the southern end of the Sherbourne Street bike lane is across the street from George Brown Campus.

Parking: There are paid parking lots at the George Brown Campus and the adjacent Corus building.


Barrier-free access is through the main entrance off Dockside Drive.

If you have specific accommodation requirements, please email info@waterfrontoronto.ca or call 416-214-1344 Extension 301.


We encourage you to attend the town hall in person or join online. Please spread the word to your friends and family.

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  • Meghan Hogan

    Meghan Hogan was previously a communications and public engagement manager at Waterfront Toronto.