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We are the public advocates and stewards of Toronto's waterfront revitalization. Created by the Governments of Canada and Ontario and the City of Toronto, our mandate is to transform our city's waterfront by creating extraordinary new places to live, work, learn and play.


accountability and transparency


Being open and accountable is a top priority for Waterfront Toronto. We strive to operate in the most transparent way possible. Visit our Accountability section where you will find more information and links to our various accountability pages - including our Accountability Officer page.
 

 

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

board of directors and board committee meeting materials


The following is a list of Board of Directors and Board Committee meeting materials.  You can also use our online calendar to browse and search for specific meetings - dating back to 2005.  Information is also available in our document library, on the Board of Directors web page and through our site's search feature. Members of the public who have complaints regarding a closed Board or Board Committee meeting should visit our Closed Meeting Investigations page for more information.

board meeting materials

recent news

Waterfront Toronto set to replace trees along Queens Quay West this fall

Oct 19, 2018

Following a comprehensive review by Waterfront Toronto and the City of Toronto’s Urban Forestry division, 154 trees that failed to thrive have been identified for replacement along Queens Quay West between Bay Street and Yo Yo Ma Lane. Replanting will take place from October 22 to November 16.

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Winning Designs Announced for Waterfront Parks Design Competition

Oct 9, 2018

Waterfront Toronto, in partnership with the City of Toronto’s Parks, Forestry and Recreation Division, today announced the winning design submissions for the York Street Park and Rees Street Park design competition. Love Park by Claude Cormier et Associés has been selected for York Street Park, and Rees Ridge by wHY Architecture and Brook Mcllroy has been selected for Rees Street Park. The goal of the design competition was to solicit bold plans for the two parks from leading international design firms that would integrate with the existing vibrant public spaces along Toronto’s waterfront.

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