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Toronto’s New Waterfront Street - Queens Quay Opens on Time After Three Years of Revitalization Work

19, June 2015
After three years of construction, Toronto’s revitalized waterfront boulevard is open – on schedule, and in time for the Redpath Waterfront Festival and the upcoming Pan Am and Parapan Am Games.
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Waterfront Toronto announces successful consultant team to undertake peer review of the Environmental Assessment related to the Proposed Runway Extension and Introduction of Jet Aircraft at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport

17, June 2015
Following an open procurement process, Waterfront Toronto has selected Arcadis Canada as the successful consultant team to conduct a peer review of the PortsToronto Environmental Assessment (EA) on the proposed runway extension and introduction of jet aircraft at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (BBTCA), as proposed by Porter Airlines. Waterfront Toronto will oversee the peer review, which is being supported and funded by PortsToronto.
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Transition to Two-Way Vehicular Traffic Operations on Queens Quay - June 1 to 10

1, June 2015
The transition back to two-way vehicular traffic operations on Queens Quay will commence on Monday June 1, 2015. From that day until June 10, eight Queens Quay intersections with the new traffic controllers and associated signal lights will be commissioned.
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Groundbreaking for Aqualina – The First Building at the Bayside Toronto Development

22, May 2015
Toronto Mayor John Tory, Deputy Mayor Pam McConnell, Waterfront Toronto’s Vice President, Development Meg Davis, Hines Managing Director Avi Tesciuba, Tridel President Leo DelZotto, and Artscape CEO Tim Jones gathered to break ground on the first of eight buildings in the 13-acre Bayside Toronto development, a mix of residential, employment, cultural and commercial space that will change the face of the waterfront.
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Toronto’s Outer Harbour Recreational Node - Home to Fish, Fowl and Fans of Both

22, April 2015
Toronto - With their fishing lines cast into the water, officials from Waterfront Toronto, Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) and the City of Toronto today celebrated the official opening of the Outer Harbour Recreational Node.
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Updated Evaluation for the Gardiner Expressway East Environmental Assessment

15, April 2015
The Environmental Assessment (EA) into the future of the eastern portion of the Gardiner Expressway has completed its latest phase of work, which evaluates and compares two alternatives: Remove the elevated expressway and build a new boulevard; and the Hybrid, which would see some portion of the expressway removed, while maintaining an elevated expressway function between the Don Valley Expressway and the Gardiner. Maintaining the current expressway remains the base case.
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