Tag: Waterfront Toronto

Federal government invests in pedestrian bridge to span Toronto’s Keating Channel

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The Government of Canada announced an investment of $9 million toward the design and construction of the Keating Channel pedestrian bridge, spanning the Keating...

Toronto’s Port Lands celebrates the opening of two landmark bridges

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The two newest additions to Toronto’s Port Lands Bridges are now open to the public, signifying a major step in the redevelopment of 500...

Waterfront Toronto shortlists proponents for Keating Channel Pedestrian Bridge

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Waterfront Toronto and the City of Toronto in collaboration with Host Nation and Treaty Holder, the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation, announced the...

Waterfront Toronto and City of Toronto officially open Love Park

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The City of Toronto and Waterfront Toronto officially opened Love Park at 96 Queens Quay West, along Toronto’s waterfront. The new two-acre park creates a...

City of Toronto continues improvement of waterfront infrastructure in 2023 budget

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The City of Toronto announced recent budget investments to continue to build and improve Toronto’s central waterfront with more than $160 million committed in...

Innovative stormwater facility project overcomes numerous challenges

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An award-winning design marks an auspicious start to any project. But when the architecture is daring and the structure must house an innovative stormwater...

Arrival of new bridge marks milestone in Port Lands Flood Protection...

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Waterfront Toronto marked the arrival of a colourful new bridge that will become a landmark on Toronto’s skyline, connecting the future Villiers Island to...

City of Toronto to begin construction of Lake Shore Boulevard East...

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The City of Toronto and Waterfront Toronto announced construction details of the planned Lake Shore Boulevard East project, including removal of the Logan Avenue...

McKenna visits Toronto waterfront revitalization projects

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Canada's Minister of Infrastructure and Communities, Catherine McKenna, visited Canada's Sugar Beach – the transformed Waterfront Toronto park that was once a surface parking...

Waterfront Toronto selects lead design services for Queens Quay East Extension

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Design firm Stantec and landscape architecture and urban design firm PUBLIC WORK have been selected by Waterfront Toronto to design transformative infrastructure for the...