Toronto’s waterfront is more than our city’s edge along Lake Ontario – it’s a destination and second neighbourhood for every Torontonian to enjoy. We've come a long way in revitalizing our waterfront, but much more work lies ahead.

That’s why over 20 organizations have come together to form Waterfront for All – as a new citizens group for everyone interested in the future of Toronto's waterfront. We need your help to grow - from Etobicoke to Scarborough, from North York to the islands. Whether as a resident or as a group, everyone is invited to join.

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Thanks to our speakers and the 160 people who attended What's Next on the Waterfront

Thanks to our speakers at last night's Speaker Series #5 - What's Next on the Waterfront

FYI: If you attended and logged into our event last night you  can still check out all the information and links to resources we posted to our even welcome page here: https://waterfrontwhatsnext.obv.io 

We will be working on an edited video of the event and hope to have that posted on YouTube sometime in December.

In the meantime please feel free to click the links below to download the presentation slide decks from last night.

David_Stonehouse_Presentation_to_W4A_Nov_23.pdf

George_Zegarac_Presentation_to_W4A_Nov_23.pdf

Should Waterfront Toronto revitalize Ontario Place?

The provincial government has chosen three private "partners" to revitalize Ontario Place, but it did so without public consultation and seemingly without a plan for Ontario Place as a whole, and without reference to the revitalization of the rest of the Toronto waterfront. Inspired by Ken Greenberg's talk at our recent Speaker Series event 'What's Happening at Ontario Place?', our letter to the Premier of Ontario suggests that three-government agency Waterfront Toronto should run Ontario Place revitalization.