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Cherry Street Stormwater and Lakefilling Project

Creating new land around Essroc Quay – a critical part of flood protecting the Port Lands

The Cherry Street Lakefilling Project (CSLF) is located at Essroc Quay on the south side of the Keating Channel, where it meets Toronto’s Inner Harbour. This project is the first step in protecting much of the Port Lands from flooding in the event of a major storm. 

For more information about the planning and future development of the Port Lands and the Don Mouth Naturalization project, visit 

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project status

Approved Budget:

quick facts

Site boundaries: 

Essroc Quay is located on the south side of the Keating Channel, where it meets Toronto’s Inner Harbour. 


Key Project features:

  • Confinement berm structures  
  • Rock dock wall structures  
  • Lakefilling
  • Aquatic habitat structures and features 
  • Diversion of an existing storm sewer 


Construction Manager: EllisDon


Lead Engineer: CH2M


Landscape Architect:  Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates Inc.


related events

December 8, 2016
Port Lands Due Diligence and Community Based Risk Assessment
Stakeholder Advisory Committee and Landowner and User Advisory Committee Meeting


Related Documents:

There are currently no related documents for this project.

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