Witness The Rise of the New Don

It’s no secret that the Don River has seen better days. What used to be a sparkling habitat for many different animals and fish... Read More

“Sugar Beach” wins Jarvis Slip Design Competition

On Friday, Waterfront Toronto announced the winning design for the Jarvis Slip Design Competition. The winning team, Claude Cormier... Read More

An overview of the Jarvis Street Slip submissions

Last night Waterfront Toronto unveiled the submissions of three finalists vying to design a new public space at the foot of Jarvis... Read More

Moving forward with Waterfront Regeneration

Last week the Waterfront Regeneration Trust hosted a conference entitled Beyond Regeneration: The Trail Ahead. The conference was both... Read More

Toronto Public Spaces in Creative Writing

One of the ways we interact with public spaces is through their representation in media like film, photography, and literature. It... Read More

MVVA Wins Lower Donlands Design Competition

I just got back from the Leading With Landscape lecture, where it was announced that the the team led by Michael Van Valkenburgh... Read More

Lower Donlands Designs: A Closer Look

Last week I went to the see the presentations of the four design teams vying for the opportunity to redevelop the Lower Donlands. A... Read More

What Is Project Symphony?

A few weeks ago Christopher Hume wrote a piece in the Star about “Project Symphony,” a development planned for the foot of... Read More

Join TRCA Watershed Committees!

With Mayor David Miller unveiling an ambitious plan to tackle climate change, you may be wondering how you can kick in. Well, the... Read More

The Waterfront Renaissance

New York’s Projects for Public Spaces (PPS) recently dedicated their website to discussing what they call “The Waterfront... Read More