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.

News & Media

Community Town Hall on High Lake Levels and Flood Mitigation

A well-attended meeting in the Brigantine Room at Harbourfront Centre on March 3, 2920 explored the problem of high lake levels. 
Will Lake Ontario flood this year as it did in 2017 and 2019? No one knows for sure, but the water is unusually high already so there may be more flooding this spring. 

WFA founding board-member Ken Greenberg appointed to Order of Canada

We are thrilled by Rideau Hall’s announcement on December 27, 2019 that Ken has been appointed a member of the Order of Canada.

AGM 2019

This year's Annual General Meeting took place on November 27, 2019 at Metro Hall.  

Chris Glaisek, Chief Planning and Design Officer of Waterfront Toronto, spoke about "The Future of Waterfront Revitalization Projects".

Nancy Gaffen, Waterfront Specialist, Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA), spoke about "Scarborough Waterfront Project and Other Key TRCA Areas of Concern".

Ed Hore, WFA Chair, gave an update of the year 2019 on the Waterfront.  

Thanks to everyone who came!