Posts Filed Under: “waterfront toronto”
Nominated for: keeping the waterfront interesting, and keeping his dream alive.
How will the captain repay his outstanding debts?
But at least the traffic mess will have been for a good cause.
In today's Urban Planner: A charity vintage jewellery sale, a public meeting on the Port Lands project, and a free introduction to modern square dancing.
After feedback from both council and the public, Waterfront Toronto releases a revised plan for the Port Lands.
Underpass Park is now officially open for fun.
Six years in the making, Waterfront Toronto announces the beginning of construction on Queens Quay.
Crack open the sugared cereal, 'cause it's Friday, baby. In the news: the Globe and Mail will soon charge for online content; the Mounties and CSIS just want to be liked; southern Etobicoke residents want more attention for the western waterfront; and for all its glitz, Casa Loma is in serious need of cash.
Underpass Park is step one in a wider revitalization of the less-than-beautiful West Don Lands area.
Will it be summer or winter today? Nobody knows, but at least it's Friday! And so: Toronto Public Library workers are back to work today; feelings are hurt (and, probably, egos bruised) over reviews on plans for the waterfront; would-be Regent Park condo scandal probably isn't; and city councillors get a presumably mad-awkward daytime pole dance.
The project's cost is estimated at $1.6 million.
It's going to be "on time and on budget"—or so we were told countless times today. Few details on what the plan for achieving that is, though.
The ambitious development project will transform the West Don Lands.
Last night: a public consultation to discuss the accelerated development of the Port Lands.
Nominated for: heart and activist savvy in equal measure.
Today you can: learn about Toronto's waterfront future at a public meeting, or about its past at Fort York's Parler Fort series; celebrate Christmas with the senior entertainers at Belmot House; hear author Michael Morpurgo read from War Horse; and see comedy based on Postsecrets.com from Bad Dog Theatre.
This summer, Doug Ford argued that we needed to pick up the pace of waterfront development. Today Waterfront Toronto announced public consultations on the Port Lands, to discuss just that.
A sigh of relief among many as the City votes to allow Waterfront Toronto to continue with development plans.