Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Community Walkabout: Queens Quay Neighbourhood

From: Councillor Pam McConnell []
Subject: Community Walkabout: Queens Quay Neighbourhood

Each year, I host a very popular walkabout with City Planning staff to explore our community. This year, we will be taking a look at Queens Quay.

Queens Quay is Toronto’s waterfront boulevard and is being transformed through careful planning and community consultation. The revitilization of the promenade in the west, the emerging neighbourhood in the East Bayfront, and new plans for landmarks such as the Jack Layton Ferry Terminal are part of a vision for a waterfront that is beautiful and accessible to all.

I hope that you will join me as we get an inside look at the changes taking place and plans for this important part of our city.

Date: Wednesday, June 17
Time: Meet at 6:15 PM, depart at 6:30 PM
Location: Southwest corner of The Esplanade and Lower Sherbourne Street

Look forward to seeing you there,

Deputy Mayor Pam McConnell
Ward 28, Toronto-Centre
Toronto City Hall
100 Queen St West, A7

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