Following Toronto and Region’s Largest Waterfront Projects from East to West – Part Two
Date: Thursday March 23, 2023
Time: 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Location: Online (webinar)
*This event is taking place via Zoom. After registration, you will be emailed a link to join the webinar.
The face of Toronto’s waterfront is transforming and providing huge benefits to visitors, residents, and the natural environment.
Many large-scale projects are currently underway to upgrade infrastructure, control erosion, and reduce elevated nutrient levels. Not only do these undertakings increase the functionality of the waterfront – they also provide habitat for aquatic and terrestrial species, create recreational opportunities, and impart a more aesthetic and enjoyable user experience.
This two-part Lake Ontario Evening series highlights some of these large projects, from east to west, and showcases the incredible feats of engineering and design being implemented to help move Toronto closer to delisting as an Area of Concern.
In Part Two of our series, we will discuss projects in the western side of the Toronto and Region Area of Concern.
Presentations will highlight the Don Mouth Naturalization and Port Lands Flood Protection Project, Jim Tovey Lakeview Conservation Area, and various major maintenance projects.
- Ken Dion (Project Director, Port Lands Integration, Waterfront Toronto)
- Ralph Toninger (Associate Director, Restoration and Resource Management, Toronto and Region Conservation Authority)
- Bryana McLaughlin (Coordinator, Restoration and Management, Credit Valley Conservation)
- Jet Taylor (Manager, Capital and Special Projects, Toronto and Region Conservation Authority)
In Part One of this series, on February 23, 2023, we discussed projects in the eastern side of the Area of Concern. If you missed this event, a recording is now available HERE.
Lake Ontario Evenings is a free speaker series presented by the Toronto and Region Remedial Action Plan. Each event covers a different Lake Ontario and/or Toronto waterfront related topic. Lake Ontario Evenings events are free and open to the public.
Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) is committed to creating an accessible experience for all participants. If you require an accessibility accommodation, please email firstname.lastname@example.org at least seven days prior to the event.