Posts Filed Under: “waterfront toronto”
Reviewing Toronto's five previous attempts to display the Olympic rings.
Three levels of government announce a study to assess cost risks associated with flood control and naturalizing the Don River.
By removing the Gardiner and building a better vision for the waterfront, Toronto has the rare opportunity to learn from its historic mistakes, writes Jennifer Bonnell.
Design features an extended green roof and undulating wood structure, but the City will have to find funding.
Five design teams are in competition to revamp one of the jewels of summertime Toronto.
Spoiler: It's an office building.
Nominated for: demonstrating the difference between cost and value.
The selection of Minnan-Wong and a largely right-wing executive committee sets the stage for the next four years of city governance.
What the future holds for the agency—and what it needs to make its plans a reality.
The three-term councillor, who won a close contest in 2010, is looking to hold on to her Ward 30 seat.
The agency's board of directors says CEO John Campbell has its "full confidence."
Denzil Minnan-Wong takes on the agency over pink umbrellas, and a testy back-and-forth ensues.
Supporting revitalization now will pay off in the future.
If you have the perfect name for a thoroughfare by the lake, Waterfront Toronto wants to hear from you.
It's falling apart, and now the officials who have been charged with examining the road's long-term future say we should just remove the eastern leg of the Gardiner altogether.
Nominated for: charming—and functional—experiments in urban park design.
Waterfront Toronto joins the chorus of voices asking questions about Porter's expansion plans.
A look at past, present, and future efforts to control flooding in the Don Valley.