Original article via Urban Toronto.
Last month, the start of lakefilling operations at Essroc Quay marked the first steps in transforming Toronto’s Port Lands to support future urbanization. A seven-year, $1.25 billion Flood Protection project aims to re-naturalize the mouth of the Don River, creating a new river valley through the Port Lands, as well as a new island, plus necessary infrastructure such as public parks, roads and bridges. With construction now underway, the public will be given the opportunity to voice feedback on the project’s proposed Promontory Park and River Valley at an upcoming community consultation hosted by Waterfront Toronto.
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