Category: Community News

Patios open on the waterfront

Now that we’re in Phase 2 of the post-pandemic reopening plan for Toronto, restaurants and lounges are now able to

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COVID-19 Programs & Resources for Businesses

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_message message_box_color=”warning” icon_type=”entypo” icon_entypo=”entypo-icon entypo-icon-info-circled” el_id=”MB”] status UPDATES on COVID-19 As Toronto entered Stage 3 of Ontario’s restart phase on

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COVID-19 Programs & Resources for Businesses

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_message message_box_color=”warning” icon_type=”entypo” icon_entypo=”entypo-icon entypo-icon-info-circled” el_id=”MB”]The Province of Ontario has declared a state of emergency ordering all businesses, excluding those that

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7 Places to brunch on the waterfront

Torontonians love brunch. It’s a thing, it’s a way of life.  Sunday mornings with friends, some version of an alcoholic

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February Events on the Waterfront

You may not think of the waterfront in winter, but it’s a booming and happening place with activities, art installations,

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Winter on the Waterfront: What’s Happening

Toronto’s waterfront is synonymous with summer, where you can wander the shops and markets, rent bikes and kayaks, go on

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What’s on at the Waterfront: November Events and Deals

New day, new eats: Pie Bar daily features are here Calling all office workers! Change up your lunchtime routine with

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Waterfront ReConnect – BIA paints Gardiner with vision of safer, attractive waterfront connections

Gardiner underpasses are not the most welcoming neighbourhood gateways As one of Toronto’s premier destinations and most beautiful places to

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Winter Stations and The Waterfront BIA partner on an art-filled Winter along Lake Ontario

15 illuminated seesaws will take over the central waterfront.

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10 of the best things to do on Toronto’s waterfront this fall

Don't spend all autumn holed up inside.

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