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Past, Present and Future of Toronto’s Waterfront

By Pina Mallozzi from Waterfront Toronto, Matti Siemiatycki from University of Toronto Infrastructure Institute, Oliver Hierlihy from Waterfront BIA

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Friday, May 5th

11:00am - 12:00pm

12:00pm - 1:00pm


Language: English 

Area: Downtown

Theme: Architecture and Urban Planning, Environment and Sustainability, History and Community

Accessibility: Family-friendly walk, Walk leader will use audio amplification, This walk will be held on a boat. Wheelchair accessibility is dependant on water levels, so unfortunately, we can’t know if wheelchairs will be able to board the boat until the day of the event.


Discover the transformation of Toronto’s waterfront over the last 20 years and how it has evolved as a waterfront city. Learn about the waterfront’s growth from its industrial past to where it stands now, and what is planned for the future vision of the waterfront.


This Jane’s Walk is on a boat and has limited registration: 


  • Walk Start Location: By the Beavertails (145 Queens Quay West) at York Slip. Walk Leader will have a Waterfront BIA sign, and will be by the boat.

  • Walk End Location: By the Beavertails (145 Queens Quay West) at York Slip

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