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Waterfront Toronto Welcomes Four New Members to its Waterfront Design Review Panel

Sep 14, 2017

Earlier this year, Waterfront Toronto issued a Call for New Members to join our Waterfront Design Review Panel. We’re thrilled to announce the addition of four new members who will join our panel of experts this September.


Deputy Mayor Pam McConnell speaks at the Official Opening of Corktown Common

Statement on the passing of Deputy Mayor Pam McConnell

Jul 7, 2017

We are deeply saddened by news of the passing of Deputy Mayor Pam McConnell – a true champion and advocate for the waterfront and for the City of Toronto.


Artist Rendering of New Don River Mouth Looking West Towards Downtown Toronto

Waterfront Toronto Receives $1.25 Billion in Government Funding to Undertake Pioneering Project to Flood Protect Port Lands

Jun 28, 2017

One of North America’s largest underused urban areas is poised for extensive revitalization after Waterfront Toronto today received $1.25 billion in shared funding from the governments of Canada, Ontario and Toronto. The Port Lands Flood Protection Project will flood protect the Port Lands and build the necessary infrastructure to unlock the area’s potential for new neighbourhoods and employment areas.


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Waterfront Toronto releases 2016-17 Annual Report

Jun 20, 2017

Waterfront Toronto is pleased to announce the release of its 2016/17 Annual Report, which was approved by the Board of Directors at the June 13 meeting. This document reports back on the financial results for the year, the corporation’s achievements of the previous year and how we performed in meeting our deliverables in our 2016-17’s Corporate Plan.



Waterfront Toronto Takes First Step in Building Quayside: A New Community That Will Provide Testbed for Solutions to Pressing Urban Challenges

Mar 17, 2017

Waterfront Toronto has launched a process to create a new precedent-setting waterfront community called Quayside. The aim is to establish Quayside as a test bed for emerging technologies, materials, approaches and processes that will address these challenges and create a new global benchmark for sustainable, inclusive and accessible urban development.



Call for New Members 2017 - Waterfront Design Review Panel

Feb 10, 2017

The Waterfront Design Review Panel provides objective, professional advice to Waterfront Toronto and/or City of Toronto Planning staff about proposed public and private developments within the Designated Waterfront Area.


Animating our Waterfront

Waterfront Toronto is now accepting proposals for Arts & Culture programs in waterfront spaces

Feb 8, 2017

Waterfront Toronto’s Animating Our Waterfront program returns for its second year. The program provides funding to individuals, organizations, collectives and groups that want to create free arts and cultural programming in waterfront parks and public spaces during the summer months.


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