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Central Waterfront

The central Toronto waterfront, stretching from the Port Lands to Ontario Place -- including everything south of the railway corridor -- is undergoing unprecedented change and development. For years this part of the city, save for the residential, commercial and cultural stretch previously completed between Yonge and Bathurst, has long been on the wish-list of many Torontonians who hoped something would be done to turn our lakefront into the gem it should be. Over the past half-decade or so this part of Toronto has become one of the most intensive development sites in Canada, and we're starting to get the waterfront we deserve.


Fran Deacon

Philanthropists take Toronto's future in their own hands

Under the Gardiner initiative joins Toronto Foundation in a growing cluster of philanthropic efforts and organizations to make Toronto even better. 


Collaboration for Innovation: A Gateway to Entrepreneurship

Looking west from Don Roadway over Commissioners Street.

Designing a wildlife refuge at the mouth of the Don

How a new flood protection plan makes room for the city's non-human residents. 

Spadina & Queen's Quay Wavedeck.

Lake Ontario swims again: How once-fragile species are back in action

With careful management under the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority, several previously fragile species are returning to the GTA.
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