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Future Cities Talks presented as part of in/future, Toronto’s new festival of art and music at Ontario Place

Sep 15, 2016

On September 25, 2016, Waterfront Toronto will present a series of talks aimed at challenging urbanists, culture-makers, advocates and citizens to reimagine what it means to be a “city builder.”



Waterfront Toronto to receive $65 million in tri-government funding through the Clean Water and Wastewater Fund

Sep 14, 2016

Today, the governments of Canada and Ontario announced a bilateral agreement that will make more than $1.1 billion in combined infrastructure funding available under the Clean Water and Wastewater Fund. The federal government is providing up to 50% of this funding for projects while the provincial government and municipalities will cover the remaining costs.



Waterfront Toronto announces free arts and cultural events in Toronto’s East Bayfront and West Don Lands neighbourhoods

Jul 13, 2016

Waterfront Toronto is proud to announce a new program of free arts and cultural events in Toronto’s waterfront neighbourhoods. These events celebrate new public spaces in the West Don Lands and East Bayfront, inviting Torontonians and visitors alike to discover and enjoy our reimagined and revitalized waterfront.



The Bentway is the Winner of the Project Under Gardiner Naming Campaign

Jun 6, 2016

Over the four-day run-off vote, 1,333 valid votes were cast; the Bentway had 845 votes, while the Artery had 488 votes. The winning name celebrates "the bents", the column-and-beam structures that frame the space under the Gardiner Expressway.


The vision for the project includes a grand staircase at Strachan that doubles as seating for an urban theatre. Image credit: PUBLIC WORK

Project Under Gardiner announces members of the Naming Jury, the next phase in the Reclaim the Name campaign

Apr 5, 2016

Reclaim the Name, the naming campaign that is underway to create a new name for the public space under the Gardiner Expressway, is now entering its next phase with the announcement of the Naming Jury.



Project Under Gardiner launches Reclaim the Name, an invitation to Torontonians to help create a new name for the emerging public space under the Gardiner Expressway

Mar 1, 2016

Today, Waterfront Toronto and the City of Toronto announce the next phase of Project: Under Gardiner, the $25-million partnership that will create vibrant community spaces hosting a range of cultural programming beneath a section of the Gardiner Expressway extending from Strachan Avenue, across Fort York National Historic Site, to Spadina Avenue.


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