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  • 7
    Apr
    2016
    This is the first public meeting for Project: Under Gardiner Environmental Assessment where the project team will present the schematic design and review options for a pedestrian crossing at Fort York Boulevard. There will be an Open House at 6:30 p.m. and again at 8:00 p.m.; presentation from 7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. You can attend the upcoming public meeting in person or participate online. The presentation and display boards will be made available online for viewing and public comment on the project website - www.undergardiner.com/connect.html - the week of April 11, 2016. For more information, please see the notice under 'related downloads'.
  • 26
    May
    2016
    We invite you to attend an upcoming public meeting for the Waterfront Transit "Reset" Phase 1 Study. This public meeting will include a presentation of the study progress to date and a range of transit alternatives under consideration. Please see the attached notice for further details.
  • 17
    Nov
    2016
    What does your ideal playground look like? New play equipment is planned for the Jack Layton Ferry Terminal – and our design team wants to draw inspiration from your experiences. Join us Thursday, November 17 for a workshop on play! This is a drop-in session open to parents and children. Date: Thursday, November 17, 2016 Time: 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. − drop-in Location: Waterfront Neighbourhood Centre, Family Program Room, 627 Queens Quay West, Toronto Getting Here: Take the 511 Bathurst streetcar south to Fleet Street. Walk south to Queens Quay and east to the main entrance of the neighbourhood centre. OR: take the 509 Harbourfront streetcar from Union Station to Queens Quay West at Dan Leckie Way West Side. Cross to the south side of Queens Quay and then walk west to the main entrance of the neighbourhood centre. Please use the TTC trip planner for additional options. Accessibility: Barrier-free access to the neighbourhood centre is through the main entrance at the northwest corner of the building. Please RSVP to info@waterfrontoronto.ca Can’t make it? Email info@waterfrontoronto.ca if you would like to receive workshop presentation materials along with a survey to fill out at home.
  • 31
    May
    2016
    The second public meeting for Project: Under Gardiner Environmental Assessment will be held on May 31, 2016. At this meeting the project team will present detailed design and evaluation of design alternatives for pedestrian crossing at Fort York Boulevard.
  • 9
    Jul
    2015
    Situated in the heart of the new Bayside development, Aitken Place Park is East Bayfront’s next waterfront park. Join Waterfront Toronto on Thursday, July 9 for an update on progress of the park’s design based on the public feedback we received earlier this spring.
  • 30
    Jun
    2015
    Join us on a site walk. We’ll be holding bi-weekly public site walks this summer. No need to register – just drop in and meet with members of our project team on Queens Quay. A schedule for site walks in July and August will be released soon, but our first walk is scheduled for June 30 at 5:30pm. PLEASE NOTE: We will depart from the Simcoe WaveDeck. A more detailed calendar of all planned walks will be available soon.
  • 23
    Jun
    2015
    Waterfront Toronto and the City of Toronto are developing a precinct plan for the Lower Yonge planning area. We invite you to attend a public meeting to provide feedback on the development of this precinct plan. Please see attached public meeting notice for further details.
  • 30
    May
    2015
    See for yourself how our waterfront street has changed. Learn more about how we’ll walk, bike, drive and ride transit along the newly configured street once it reopens in June. See 'Queens Quay Public Site Walk Invitation' under Related Documents for further details.
  • 30
    Apr
    2015
    Meet artist Sarah Anne Johnson and learn about the newly commissioned monumental photographic mural on Toronto’s waterfront. This past year, The City of Toronto's StreetARToronto (StART), joined forces with Partners In Art (PIA) to help create the City's first semi-permanent monumental photographic mural. The mural, titled BEST BEACH, by acclaimed artist, Sarah Anne Johnson was installed this month and will reside on the west wall of the Westin Harbour Castle Conference Centre, 11 Bay St for the next few years. Working closely with the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival, this joint partnership provides a rare opportunity to commission a grand-scale site-specific photo-based artwork for the enjoyment of residents and visitors of Toronto. For more information or to RSVP please visit http://eepurl.com/bkTl7D
  • 28
    Apr
    2015
    Waterfront Toronto, the City of Toronto, and Toronto and Region Conservation (TRCA), are developing a Trails Master Plan for the Baselands at the Leslie Street Spit / entrance to Tommy Thompson Park, including the Martin Goodman Trail along Unwin Ave. We invite you to attend a public meeting to provide feedback on the development of this trails plan. Your participation and ideas are import-ant and will help shape the future of this project. Comments and suggestions generated during the meeting will be help to inform the plan. Open house begins at 6:30 p.m. Presentations and Facilitated Discussion at 7:00 p.m. Public comments will also be accepted after the meeting from May 1, 2015 to May 26, 2015 through Waterfront Toronto’s website and TRCA’s website (www.trca.on.ca).
  • 20
    Apr
    2015
    Please register at: gardinereapublicmeetingscarboroughapril20.eventbrite.ca Open house begins at 6:30 p.m.; presentations at 7:00 p.m. PLEASE NOTE THIS MEETING WILL NOT BE WEBCAST but you can still participate online afterwards at www.gardinereast.ca.
  • 15
    Apr
    2015
    This meeting will be webcast. If you can’t attend in person, you can participate and watch the meeting online – and at any time afterwards – at www.gardinereast.ca. Open house begins at 6:30 p.m.; presentations at 7:00 p.m. Please register at: gardinereapublicmeetingdowntownapril15.eventbrite.ca
  • 1
    Apr
    2015
    Waterfront Toronto’s President and CEO John Campbell will present a review of what has been achieved to date and provide an exciting look ahead to the future of our waterfront. Following the presentation, you will have the opportunity to ask questions and share your views with Mr. Campbell and members of the Waterfront Toronto senior management team. Please see http://eepurl.com/bhmhQz for details.
  • 20
    Mar
    2015
    You can view and provide feedback on the five shortlisted proposed designs from Monday, March 16 to Friday, March 20, in person at Toronto City Hall in the Rotunda or online (link will be available on March 16th). The public feedback will be given to the jury – a group of distinguished arts and design professionals – and used to assist them in their evaluations of the five submissions.
  • 19
    Mar
    2015
    You can view and provide feedback on the five shortlisted proposed designs from Monday, March 16 to Friday, March 20, in person at Toronto City Hall in the Rotunda or online (link will be available on March 16th). The public feedback will be given to the jury – a group of distinguished arts and design professionals – and used to assist them in their evaluations of the five submissions.
  • 18
    Mar
    2015
    You can view and provide feedback on the five shortlisted proposed designs from Monday, March 16 to Friday, March 20, in person at Toronto City Hall in the Rotunda or online (link will be available on March 16th). The public feedback will be given to the jury – a group of distinguished arts and design professionals – and used to assist them in their evaluations of the five submissions.
  • 17
    Mar
    2015
    You can view and provide feedback on the five shortlisted proposed designs from Monday, March 16 to Friday, March 20, in person at Toronto City Hall in the Rotunda or online (link will be available on March 16th). The public feedback will be given to the jury – a group of distinguished arts and design professionals – and used to assist them in their evaluations of the five submissions.
  • 16
    Mar
    2015
    You can view and provide feedback on the five shortlisted proposed designs from Monday, March 16 at noon to Friday, March 20 at 5pm, in person at Toronto City Hall in the Rotunda or online (link will be available on March 16th). The public feedback will be given to the jury – a group of distinguished arts and design professionals – and used to assist them in their evaluations of the five submissions.
  • 16
    Mar
    2015
    The five shortlisted design teams selected to participate in the Innovative Design Competition for the Jack Layton Ferry Terminal and Harbour Square Park are ready to present their bold and innovative ideas to the public. All five teams will come together on Monday, March 16 from 6-8pm at Toronto City Hall in the Rotunda to present their inspiring visions that will transform the Ferry Terminal and Harbour Square Park. For more information please visit - http://bit.ly/1G1DJVN
  • 15
    May
    2014
    Help us plan the future of the Port Lands Waterfront Toronto, in collaboration with the City of Toronto and the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority, is developing a precinct plan for the Cousins Quay Precinct. We invite you to attend a public meeting to provide feedback on the development of this precinct plan. At this first public meeting we will present guiding principles and several different options for how the precinct could be developed. Your participation and ideas are important and will help shape the future of the Cousins Quay Precinct and the Port Lands. Public Meeting Details: Drop-in and View Displays – 6:00 to 6:30 p.m. Presentation and Facilitated Discussion – 6:30 to 9:00 p.m. The precinct plan will establish design and development objectives, local street patterns, block structure, linkages between local parks and open spaces, and built form controls. The plan will also identify other mechanisms needed to ensure revitalization and high-quality development in the Cousins Quay Precinct. This planning exercise is one of four initiatives currently underway in Toronto’s Port Lands. The Cousins Quay Precinct Plan will complement and be coordinated with the Don Mouth Naturalization and Port Lands Flood Protection Project Environmental Assessment (“DMNP EA”), the Lower Don Lands Master Plan Environmental Assessment Study (“LDL EA”), and the Port Lands Planning Framework currently underway. For more information: http://www.portlandsconsultation.ca If you wish to receive further information on the Cousins Quay Precinct Plan or be added to our mailing list or if you require any special accessibility requirements, please contact: Amanda Santo, Development Manager Waterfront Toronto 20 Bay Street, Suite 1310 Toronto, ON M5J 2N8 Tel: 416-214-1344 ex. 292 asanto@waterfrontoronto.ca or info@waterfrontoronto.ca
  • 19
    Mar
    2014
    You're invited to our next public meeting to see the more developed design-it has been refined based on your ideas. We continue to seek your valued input as we move toward unveiling the final design this summer. Closed captioning and American Sign Language interpreters will support the meeting. If you have any accessibility requirements, please email ontarioplacerevitalization@ontario.ca or call us at 416-212-2161. You can also join the conversation on Twitter using our hashtag #OntarioPlace or follow us at @ExploreON.
  • 13
    Feb
    2014
    Help us plan the future of the Port Lands PORT LANDS PLANNING FRAMEWORK & TRANSPORTATION AND SERVICING MASTER PLAN PUBLIC MEETING We invite you to attend this public meeting where different options for land use, transportation and municipal services for the Port Lands will be presented. The purpose of this meeting is to discuss these options and get your feedback. Your participation and ideas are important and will help shape the future of the Port Lands. Thursday, February 13, 2014 Drop-in – 6:30 to 7:00 p.m. ; Presentation, followed by Facilitated Discussion – 7 to 9 p.m. Fire Academy, 895 Eastern Avenue, (southwest corner of Eastern Avenue and Knox Avenue) The City of Toronto and Waterfront Toronto are developing a comprehensive long-term plan to guide the revitalization of the Port Lands. The plan will include direction for the transformation of the Port Lands into a number of new districts with a variety of uses including residential, commercial and parkland. This plan will build on the direction from the Port Lands Acceleration Initiative that was adopted by City Council in 2012. A Master Plan under the Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (EA) process is also being developed to establish the street network (including transit), and the water, wastewater and stormwater infrastructure needed to support revitalization. The Master Plan applies to most of the Port Lands and to the area referred to as "South of Eastern" (located north of Lake Shore Boulevard East, south of Eastern Avenue, between the Don River and Coxwell Avenue). The Master Plan will provide a coordinated transportation and servicing strategy between the two areas. South of Eastern Strategic Direction: A separate community consultation meeting for the planning study for the South of Eastern area will be held on February 18, 2014. A meeting notice will be issued shortly. More information about the studies is available at: http://www.portlandsconsultation.ca. See 'related documents' for more information.
  • 6
    Feb
    2014
    We invite you to join us at the third public meeting where you can comment on the results of the evaluation of the alternative solutions for the future of the Gardiner Expressway East. Waterfront Toronto and the City of Toronto are jointly carrying out the Gardiner Expressway / Lake Shore Boulevard Reconfiguration Environmental Assessment (EA) and Integrated Urban Design Study. The EA will determine the future of the Gardiner Expressway East and Lake Shore Boulevard East, from approximately Jarvis Street to approximately Leslie Street. The four alternative solutions that have been considered are: • Maintain the elevated expressway; • Improve the urban fabric while maintaining the existing expressway; • Replace with a new above-or-below grade expressway; and, • Remove the elevated expressway and build a new boulevard. Interested persons are invited to participate through a series of public meetings, live webcasts, workshops and online opportunities. If you can’t attend in person, you can participate and watch the meeting online at www.gardinereast.ca. Please note that the open house will begin at 6:30 p.m. followed by presentations at 7:00p.m. Please register for the event at: www.gardinereastpublicmeetingfeb6.eventbrite.ca. For more information or to be added to the project mailing list, contact info@gardinereast.ca, or call (416) 479-0662. To learn about the project or contribute your insights and views please visit www.gardinereast.ca.
  • 4
    Dec
    2013
    **Please note a correction to the meeting location. The public meeting is still being held at Metro Toronto Convention Centre. However, the meeting room is located in the North Building not the South Building. Please enter via Front Street not Bremner Boulevard. Apologies for the inconvenience.** This meeting will provide an overview of the project and environmental assessment, and outline the ways in which the public can participate and contribute over the coming months. It will also provide an opportunity to meet the project and design teams and ask questions, offer input and submit comments. The meeting will be webcast for people across the province to watch and share comments electronically. Webcast details and meeting materials provided at the public meeting will be available shortly.
  • 3
    Dec
    2013
    The revitalization of East Bayfront – a formerly industrial part of our waterfront between Lower Jarvis Street and Parliament Street – is well underway. Join Waterfront Toronto on December 3 for an update on progress in the area. During the meeting, you’ll have an opportunity to learn more about the new, 13-acre Bayside Toronto mixed-use development from Hines and Tridel. You’ll also hear from landscape architects, West 8 + DTAH, who will share plans for interim improvements to Queens Quay Boulevard East, which include a new stretch of Martin Goodman Trail, trees and other plantings. In addition, Waterfront Toronto will provide a general update on other projects underway in East Bayfront and across the waterfront. A question and answer session will follow the presentations and we look forward to your comments. TTC: 6 Bay bus to Dockside Drive at Queens Quay East or the 75 Sherbourne bus to Lower Sherourne St. and Queens Quay. Parking: Paid parking is available at George Brown Waterfront Campus, 51 Dockside Drive Accessibility: Fully accessible
  • 2
    Dec
    2013
    A Special Meeting of the Board of Directors will be held to discuss the Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport. Members of the public are welcome to attend, however, this is not an opportunity for public deputations. Waterfront Toronto by-laws do not permit broadcasting (visual or audio) of Open Board Meetings. PLEASE NOTE: The meeting will be held at The Rostie Group, 20 Bay Street, 11th Floor. There is no need to RSVP.
  • 28
    Nov
    2013
    Waterfront Toronto and the City of Toronto are starting the consultation on the next round of planning work for the Port Lands. The initiatives include the Port Lands Planning Framework, precinct planning for Cousins Quay and the Film Studio District, the Port Lands and South of Eastern Transportation and Servicing Master Plan and the South of Eastern Strategic Direction. A public meeting for the initiatives has been scheduled for the evening of Thursday, November 28th from 6pm-9pm. Please refer to the public meeting notice (under Related Documents) for further details. The workbook from the meeting can be found at: http://cityoftoronto.fluidsurveys.com/s/Port-Lands-and-South-of-Eastern/
  • 16
    Oct
    2013
    Join us for the second phase of public and stakeholder consultations on the Gardiner Expressway/Lake Shore Boulevard East Reconfiguration Environmental Assessment (EA) and Integrated Urban Design Study. The EA will determine the future of the Gardiner Expressway East and Lake Shore Boulevard East, from approximately Jarvis Street to approximately Leslie Street. Four alternative solutions are being considered: • Maintain the elevated expressway; • Improve the urban fabric while maintaining the existing expressway; • Replace with a new above or below grade expressway; and, • Remove the elevated expressway and build a new boulevard. During this meeting, you can see plans that illustrate each of these four alternatives. The criteria that will be used to evaluate the alternatives will also be introduced for public input during the meeting. We encourage the public and stakeholders to review the background materials about the project at: www.gardinereast.ca. Please note that the open house will begin at 6:30 p.m. followed by presentations at 7:00p.m. Please register for the event at: gardinereastpublicmeeting2.eventbrite.ca If you can’t attend the meeting in person, you can participate and watch the meeting online. Please join us at www.gardinereast.ca where you can learn about the project and contribute your insights, ideas, and views on the alternative solutions and evaluation criteria, beginning October 16. For more information or to be added to the project mailing list, contact info@gardinereast.ca, or call (416) 479-0662. WATCH VIDEO FROM THE PUBLIC MEETING - http://hosting.epresence.tv/livemedia/52/watch/261.aspx
  • 10
    Oct
    2013
    On October 10th, Waterfront Toronto and the City of Toronto will hold a second public meeting to present a draft set of urban design guidelines and alternative transportation networks for the Lower Yonge Precinct. Your input is an important part of the process. We invite you to attend this public forum to learn more and share your thoughts on the guidelines and alternatives being considered. The presentation begins at 6:30 p.m. followed by a question and answer and feedback session.
  • 24
    Jul
    2013
    Waterfront Toronto (WT), the City of Toronto, and Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) are amending and finalizing the Individual EA for the Don Mouth Naturalization and Port Lands Flood Protection Project (DMNP). Concurrently, the 2010 Class EA Lower Don Lands Master Plan (LDL MP) is being finalized to reflect the amendments that arose out of the Port Lands Acceleration Initiative 2012. These two EAs represent key pieces in the revitalization of Toronto’s Port Lands. Their approval will enable the TRCA, the City of Toronto and Waterfront Toronto to move forward with the implementation of the flood protection and infrastructure works necessary to support the revitalization of the Port Lands and naturalization of the mouth of the Don River. Your input into these important projects is critical. The Project Teams will be hosting a final public meeting for interested persons to participate in the EA planning process for both projects. We invite you to our public forum where you can learn more about updates to the projects, and share your thoughts on the refinements being considered. You will also be able to ask questions and speak directly with members of the project team, offer input and submit comments.
  • 13
    Jun
    2013
    Waterfront Toronto and the City of Toronto have resumed the preparation of the Gardiner Expressway / Lake Shore Boulevard Reconfiguration Environmental Assessment (EA) and Integrated Urban Design Study. The EA will determine the future of the Gardiner Expressway East and Lake Shore Boulevard East, from approximately Jarvis Street to approximately Leslie Street. Four alternatives will be considered within the study area, including: maintaining, improving, replacing, or removing the elevated expressway. Improvements to other roadways could also be required. The proposed study area for the EA is shown on the map below. Key components of an EA in¬clude consultation with government agencies, Aboriginal communities and interested persons; consideration and evaluation of alternatives; and the management of potential environmental effects. Conducting an EA promotes good environmental planning before decisions are made about a proposal. Your input into this important project is critical. The Project Team will be hosting a number of public forums, live webcasts, workshops and online opportunities for interested persons to participate in the EA planning process. We invite you to the first public forum where you can learn more about the project, the alternatives being considered and what other jurisdictions have done with elevated waterfront expressways. You will also be able to ask questions and speak directly with members of the project team, offer input and submit comments. Please Note: Open House at 6:00pm; Presentation will begin at 6:30pm Please register for the event at: http://gardinerconsultation.eventbrite.com If you can’t attend the meeting in person, you can participate and watch the meeting online. Please join us at www.gardinereast.ca where you can learn about the project and contribute your insights, ideas, and views. For more information or to be added to the project mailing list, contact info@gardinereast.ca, or call (416) 479-0662. Visit http://hosting.epresence.tv/livemedia/52.aspx to watch the video from the June 13 Public Meeting for the Gardiner Expressway & Lake Shore Boulevard Reconfiguration Environmental Assessment and Integrated Urban Design Study. You can also see the slide deck at http://gardinereast.ca/sites/default/files/documents/Gardiner%20East%20Public%20Forum%20%231%20-%20Presentation.pdf
  • 22
    May
    2013
    Waterfront Toronto and the City of Toronto will be undertaking two studies in the Lower Yonge Precinct: an Urban Design Guidelines study and a Transportation Master Plan Environmental Assessment (EA). Located between Yonge Street and Lower Jarvis Street, south of Lake Shore Boulevard and north of Queens Quay East, the Lower Yonge area encompasses about 9 hectares (22 acres) of prime waterfront land. When complete, the studies will be used to inform the development of a Lower Yonge Precinct Plan led by the City of Toronto. The goal of this work is to provide Waterfront Toronto and the City of Toronto with the planning context required to develop policy and review development applications for these prime waterfront lands. The Urban Design Guidelines will include direction on blocks, streets, parks and public realm. It will also set out requirements for building form and how buildings are arranged. The Transportation Master Plan EA will develop the framework for the transportation infrastructure required to support the development of the Lower Yonge Precinct. The section of Harbour Street from Lower Simcoe to Yonge Street will also be considered. Public consultation is an important part of this work. The public meeting will give neighbouring residents, businesses and other interested parties an opportunity to learn more about the project and provide feedback to the team. Transit: 509 Harbourfront (to Exhibition) bus from Union Station. Park: Paid underground parking is available at Harbourfront Centre (enter at Lower Simcoe) and there is also underground parking at the Radisson Admiral Hotel
  • 8
    May
    2013
    Join Waterfront Toronto on May 8, 2013 for a detailed construction progress report. Learn more about: - construction activities to date and our overall construction schedule - the types of construction to expect this spring and summer - Traffic management and TTC service
  • 10
    Apr
    2013
    The meeting will provide an update on the various projects happening in the Port Lands, including the next stage of work for the Port Lands Acceleration Initiative, an overview and update on the Leslie Barns and associated works with the TTC, Tommy Thompson Park improvements and an update on soil recycling. **Please note: this is the meeting previously scheduled for March 6th**
  • 6
    Mar
    2013
    Please note that the Port Lands Public Meeting scheduled for March 6th has been postponed. Our apologies for the inconvenience. The meeting will now be held on April 10th. A meeting location is to be determined.
  • 8
    Aug
    2012
    The public meeting will include an overview presentation and facilitated roundtable discussions for participants to provide feedback on the findings, recommendations and business case.
  • 9
    Jun
    2012
    Drop-in session where members of the public can review detailed Queens Quay construction plans and ask questions about specific access and construction issues.
  • 6
    Jun
    2012
    An overview presentation of all Waterfront Toronto projects underway in the central waterfront with a focus on upcoming Queens Quay revitalization construction. Question and answer session to follow. The central waterfront project update meeting is being held on June 6, from 7 pm to 9 pm at the Brigantine Room at Harbourfront Centre. The meeting will have a strong focus on Queens Quay construction and will include a question and answer session. On June 9, from 10 am to 2 pm at Waterpark Place, 20 Bay Street, Waterfront Toronto is holding a Queens Quay open house. Members of the public can drop in and review detailed Queens Quay construction plans and timelines, as well as ask questions about specific access and construction issues.
  • 29
    May
    2012
    Join Waterfront Toronto on Tuesday May 29 for an update on current projects in the West Don Lands. The meeting will feature a variety of short presentations on projects underway in the area, including an update on parks and River City, plus an introduction to the Canary District development project. Community members will also have an opportunity to ask questions and provide feedback.
  • 24
    May
    2012
    PLEASE NOTE THE DATE CHANGE: The final Port Lands public consultation meeting will take place on Thursday, May 24 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. ** the previous meeting date of May 15th has been rescheduled to May 24th.**
  • 4
    Apr
    2012
    Waterfront Toronto and the City of Toronto are working on a business and implementation plan for the Port Lands Acceleration Initiative, and want the public to be part of the process. Given the amount of information and its complexity, this round of consultation will be a two-step process. Key findings and preliminary options will be presented at an open house drop-in session on March 31, and then public input and comments will be sought at two identical workshop meetings on April 3 and 4. Please see meeting notice for detailed information.
  • 3
    Apr
    2012
    Waterfront Toronto and the City of Toronto are working on a business and implementation plan for the Port Lands Acceleration Initiative, and want the public to be part of the process. Given the amount of information and its complexity, this round of consultation will be a two-step process. Key findings and preliminary options will be presented at an open house drop-in session on March 31, and then public input and comments will be sought at two identical workshop meetings on April 3 and 4. Please see meeting notice for detailed information.
  • 31
    Mar
    2012
    Waterfront Toronto and the City of Toronto are working on a business and implementation plan for the Port Lands Acceleration Initiative, and want the public to be part of the process. Given the amount of information and its complexity, this round of consultation will be a two-step process. Key findings and preliminary options will be presented at an open house drop-in session on March 31, and then public input and comments will be sought at two identical workshop meetings on April 3 and 4. Please see meeting notice for detailed information.
  • 12
    Dec
    2011
    Waterfront Toronto and the City of Toronto are inviting members of the public to be part of the process. An initial public meeting is being held from 6:30pm to 9:00pm on Monday December 12 at the Toronto Reference Library, Bram & Bluma Appel Salon, 2nd floor on 789 Yonge Street. The meeting will include a summary of the work to date, the goals for the Port Lands initiative and an overview of acceleration opportunities and challenges for development. The meeting will provide the public with an opportunity to ask questions and discuss their goals and ideas for the Port Lands.
  • 22
    Nov
    2011
    Join Waterfront Toronto on November 22nd at Corus Quay from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm for a community update meeting on current projects in East Bayfront. The meeting will feature an open house and a variety of short presentations on projects underway in the area. Community members will also have an opportunity to ask questions and provide feedback.
  • 19
    Jan
    2011
    Waterfront Toronto is hosting a Public Drop-in Session on January 19, 2011 from 5 to 8 pm at the Harbourfront Centre, Lakeside Terrace (235 Queens Quay West). This is an opportunity for members of the public to receive more detailed information on the revitalization of Queens Quay and ask questions specific to their home or business. A 25-foot long detailed plan for the entire length of Queens Quay (Bathurst Street to Parliament Street) will be available for review and comment. Representatives from Waterfront Toronto will be available to answer one-on-one questions throughout the evening.
  • 16
    Jun
    2010
    Join Waterfront Toronto on June 16th from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. at the Toronto Fire Academy on Eastern Ave. for a presentation on the Soil Recycling Pilot Facility. The presentation will provide an update on the status of the project, as well as an overview of the technologies that will be employed in the Soil Recycling Pilot. Much of Toronto’s waterfront was constructed by filling in parts of Lake Ontario with materials that are considered contaminated by current standards. Impacted soils are currently widespread throughout the Designated Waterfront Area. Conventional treatment of contaminated soil is to “dig and dump”, a practice that simply transfers the contaminants and problem to another location. As part of our sustainability objectives, Waterfront Toronto wants to use the latest and best technologies to wherever possible treat and reuse soil rather than "digging and dumping". The purpose of the soil recycling facility is to treat soils near their source, divert soils from landfill, and provide a source of treated soil that can be used in the revitalization of the waterfront. The pilot facility will allow Waterfront Toronto to identify the range of treatment options and costs of remediating soil; to confirm that impacted soil can be treated to standards required to support revitalization activities; and to showcase treatment technologies. The pilot will also enable us to better assess the effectiveness and economic performance of the technologies and optimize operational features before committing to a full-scale facility.
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