Construction Underway at Canada’s Sugar Beach

November 18, 2009,AEDT

Waterfront Toronto, together with the Governments of Canada and Ontario and the City of Toronto, officially broke ground recently on Canada’s Sugar Beach, a new park that is transforming a surface parking lot in a former industrial area into Toronto’s | Read More

Toronto looks to preserve waterfront silos

November 3, 2009,AEDT

The Globe and Mail reports A private developer holds the key to a proposed rescue of the iconic grain silos at the western edge of Toronto’s central waterfront. On Monday, at Mayor David Miller’s executive committee, city officials are expected | Read More

Toronto approves tranformation of Queens Quay

October 5, 2009,AEDT

Toronto City Council has overwhelmingly approved Waterfront Toronto’s recommendation to transform Queens Quay into a grand lakefront boulevard by replacing two lanes of traffic on the south side of the street with a beautiful linear park. Transforming Queens Quay by | Read More

New Park in Downtown Toronto

September 14, 2009,AEST

A new park that has yet to be named runs north from Fort York Boulevard and sits about halfway between Spadina Avenue and Bathurst streets. “The …8-acre park is the result of five years of planning and construction and was | Read More

Get a Sneak Peak at a new Toronto Park

September 4, 2009,AEST

If your a Torontonian or passing through  Toronto next Wednesday September 9 you might want to stop by the Concord Cityplace at noon to get a Sneak Preview of the new $8 million 8-acre park that has been designed by Canadian artist/author | Read More

Toronto green roof initiative closes September 11

August 19, 2009,AEST

The City of Toronto is inviting owners of industrial, commercial and institutional properties to submit an application for funding from the Eco-Roof Incentive Program. The program, which is open to properties that retrofit their buildings with green or cool roof | Read More

NY has new green space why can’t Toronto?

August 17, 2009,AEST

Vanessa Farquharson of the National Post(Canada) has written an article asking why can’t Toronto get new green space like New York. The article cites the Highline in New York as an amazing new green space in New York and looks | Read More

Wavedeck curves, dips on waterfront – National Post

June 5, 2009,AEST

National Post reports “The whimsical wavedeck bridge under construction at Lower Simcoe Street will be open for public use next Thursday, says Adriaan Geuze(West 8), the Dutch mastermind behind the city’s gradually improving waterfront……” read the full article at the | Read More

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