The Waterfront Business Improvement Area

A community-driven organization dedicated to promoting the economic and cultural vitality of Toronto’s Waterfront.

status UPDATES on COVID-19

As Toronto entered Stage 3 of Ontario’s restart phase on Friday, July 31st, nearly all businesses and public spaces are allowed to reopen including indoor dining, gyms, fitness studios, theatres, cosmetic clinics and playgrounds. Learn about the framework for reopening in Stage 3.

What’s Happening on The Waterfront

Government COVID-19 updates, resources for businesses

Click here for links to official government sources with most up-to-date resources to help support your business during this time.

Local businesses offering take out and delivery options

Restaurants, bars, nightclubs and cafes were all ordered to shut down to prevent the spread of the COVID-19, but there are still kitchens offering take out and delivery. Click here for a list of businesses on the waterfront.

Call to Artists: Toronto Waterfront Artist Residency

The Waterfront BIA and Waterfront Toronto are seeking applications for an exciting Artist Residency opportunity. Click here to access the full Call to Artists submission instructions.

Building the Waterfront East LRT

Learn more about the Waterfront East LRT by downloading the Waterfront Commuter Survey conducted by the Waterfront BIA and Economic Impact Study prepared by Hatch.

What is Waterfront ReConnect?

Learn more about the changes to the Gardiner Underpass at Rees Street and our plan for safer, more attractive underpass connections to the water in the future.

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