Revitalizing Toronto’s Waterfront: Placemaking and Hidden Gems of the Downtown East

By David Stonehouse and Anthony Kittel (City of Toronto), Tim Kocur (Waterfront BIA), and George Zegarac and Meg Davis (Waterfront Toronto)

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Saturday, May 7

10:45AM - 12:45PM 

DETAILS

Language: English 

Area: Downtown Toronto

Theme: Environment, History & Culture, Arts & Architecture.

Accessibility: Uneven terrain, family-friendly, pet-friendly, wheelchair-friendly, bicycles welcome, busy sidewalks, breaks offered along the way, lous noises, fun for kids, speaker or voice amplification. 

WALK DETAILS:

Discover the rich history, emerging placemaking, and hidden gems of the east end of Toronto's downtown waterfront!

  • Walk Start Location: Jack Layton statue at the Jack Layton Ferry Terminal, 9 Queens Quay W, Toronto. Look for the person wearing a blue flag backpack with an info symbol on it.

  • Walk End Location: Cherry Street TTC loop in the West Don Lands.