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board of directors

The three orders of government each appoint four representatives to our Board of Directors. The Board helps ensure that our revitalization mandate is delivered in an accountable, transparent manner.

Our current Board is made up of 12 members and a Chair who have a wide range of expertise that encompasses areas such as law, residential and commercial real estate, accounting and tax, investment and finance, environmental management, not-for-profit and public-sector organizations, public companies, entrepreneurship, urban planning and information technology.

 

The Toronto Waterfront Revitalization Corporation Act, 2002 sets out the authorities and accountabilities of the corporation. By-Law No. 1, being the general by-law of the Corporation which governs Board activities.

 

public board meeting policy


Board and Committee meetings are open to the public, consistent with the requirements for public meetings under the Ontario Municipal Act and as required by the Toronto Waterfront Revitalization Corporation Act, 2002. Such open Board meetings are in keeping with one of Waterfront Toronto’s key objectives: to engage the community in the revitalization of our waterfront.

 

closed meeting investigations

 

In order to provide an independent review of Waterfront Toronto’s Board and Board Committee’s open meeting performance, Waterfront Toronto has appointed an Investigator to conduct investigations if there is a complaint about a closed meeting. Learn more here.

 

board members

 

serving on our board

 

Waterfront Toronto’s Board of Directors is composed of 12 Board members (4 each appointed by the Government of Canada, the Province of Ontario and the City of Toronto) and a Chair, jointly appointed by the three orders of government.  Our board members include:

 


Click to read bios and learn more about the members of our Board of Directors.

 

board committees

 

finance, audit & risk management committee

 

The role of the finance, audit & risk management committee is to assist the Board of Directors in fulfilling its oversight responsibilities with respect to financial reporting, internal controls, auditors and audits, finance and risk management as set out in this Mandate.


members:

Janet Rieksts-Alderman (Chair)
Susie Henderson
Jeanhy Shim
Helen Burstyn (Ex-Officio)
 

Read the Finance, Audit & Risk Management Committee Mandate to learn more.


chairs committee

 
The role of the Chairs Committee is to assist the Board of Directors in fulfilling its oversight responsibilities with respect to human resources management, governance, and government relations.
 
members: 

Helen Burstyn (Chair)
Janet Rieksts-Alderman
Susie Henderson
Mazyar Mortazavi
Sevaun Palvetzian
 

To learn more, please read the Chairs Committee Mandate.

 


stakeholder relations committee

 

The role of the Stakeholder Relations Committee is to assist the Board of Directors in fulfilling its oversight responsibilities with respect to communications and brand and reputation, and in broadening its understanding of potential partnerships and deepening its connections to the community, private sector and not-for-profits that align with the mission and goals of Waterfront Toronto.


members:

Sevaun Palvetzian (Chair)
Mohamed Dhanani
Meric Gertler
Jeanhy Shim
Helen Burstyn (Ex-Officio)


Read the Stakeholder Relations Committee Mandate to learn more.
 


investment, real estate & quayside committee

 

The role of the Investment, Real Estate and Quayside Committee is to assist the Board of Directors in fulfilling its oversight responsibilities with respect to development projects, real estate acquisitions and divestitures, major projects, and Quayside Matters. 


members:

Susie Henderson (Co-Chair)
Mazya Mortzavi (Co-Chair)
Stephen Diamond
Meric Gertler
Michael Nobrega

 

Learn more by reading the Investment, Real Estate & Quayside Committee Mandate.

 


design review panel - board liaison
 

Mazyar Mortazavi has been appointed as the Board Liaison to the Design Review Panel.

 

board meetings
 

VISIT OUR ONLINE CALENDAR TO VIEW ALL BOARD AND COMMITTEE MEETINGS DATING BACK TO 2005.

 

If you can’t find what you’re looking for here, please contact us at info@waterfrontoronto.ca

 

 

past committees
 

Please note the following changes to previous committees: 
  • The responsibilities of the former Human Resources and Compensation Committee have been assumed by the Chairs Committee.  
  • The responsibilities of the former Investment and Real Estate Committee have been assumed under the Investment, Real Estate & Quayside Committee.  
  • The role of the Partnership Committee has been assumed under the Stakeholder Relations Committee.  
  • The responsibilities of the Governance Committee have been assumed by the Chairs Committee
  • The responsibilities of the Public and Government Engagement Committee have been assumed by the Stakeholder Relations Committee.  
  • The responsibilities of the Quayside Committee have been assumed by the Investment, Real Estate & Quayside Committee.  

 

 

 

 

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Capital Peer Review Panel

closed meeting investigations

design review panel members

design teams

digital strategy advisory panel members

government partners

management

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