Over the past years, Toronto’s residents had to push back against several wrong-headed development proposals for their waterfront: Ferris wheels, mega-casinos, and jets. With these fights hopefully behind us, it’s time to re-focus on continuing the renewal of our waterfront.
It’s the balance of mixed uses from recreation to residential and commercial purposes that makes our waterfront such a unique and vibrant part of Toronto. Keeping that delicate balance means we need to be vigilant and push back against wrong-headed developments – like the wrong-headed mega-club plans for the Port Lands.
Visionary government funding commitment will unlock climate-resilient growth in Toronto's Port Lands.
Waterfront for All, an umbrella organization for groups from across Toronto, welcomes the newly announced tri-level government funding for the Don River mouth naturalization.
At the Bathurst Quay Neighbourhood Association AGM on May 10th, Waterfront Secretariat Bryan Bowen showed the City's revitalization plans, scheduled to be done by 2018. The report can be found here (right click and Save As): Waterfront For All strongly supports the city's vision for the space. Scroll on to see some artist concept previews of the work that will add the Bathurst Quay to the waterfront revitalization:
Plans for an outsized mega-club in the Port Lands are underway, but we are pushing back. Take a look at recent media coverage.
At its founding Annual General Meeting, Waterfront for All adopted a set of by-laws and elected a set of executive officers.
A new citizens group, Waterfront for All, is welcoming today’s Waterfront Toronto recommendation to put in place flood protection for the Port Lands.