Waterfront for All, a major citizen org working to better the Ontario water front across Toronto has NO High Park or Junction member groups

The Member organizations, running  across the city from the Humber area to the Far East f the city, with a big hole of missing Junction and High Park community groups in ward 4, old Ward 13.

Bathurst Quay Neighbourhood Association Broad Reach Foundation for Youth Leaders Citizens for a Healthy Toronto Waterfront Citizens for the Old Town CityPlace Residents Association CodeBlueTO CommunityAIR Corktown Residents and Business Association Federation of North Toronto Residents’ Associations Friends of the Spit Gooderham Worts Neighbourhood Association Greater Waterfront Coalition Harbourfront Community Association Harbourfront Canoe and Kayak Centre Lakeshore Planning Council Corp. NoJetsTO Pembina Institute Transportation and Urban Solutions Team St. Lawrence Neighbourhood Association Terry Fox Legacy Project Team Toronto Boaters Alliance Toronto Island Community Association Toronto Acorn Toronto East York Community Preservation Panel Toronto Water Taxi Association Wellington Place Neighbourhood Association West Don Lands Committee West End Beaches Stakeholders Association West Side Community Council* York Quay Neighbourhood Association.

Although the West Side Community Council is on board, Parkdale Residents Association, Roncesvalles-Macdonell Residents Associatio, Active 18, Liberty Village Residents’ Associatio,Beaconsfield Village Residents AssociatioN, Ossington Community AssociatioN,Trinity Bellwoods Community Association


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Who The org Is,

Toronto’s waterfront is more than our city’s edge along Lake Ontario – it’s a destination and second neighbourhood for every Torontonian to enjoy.

That’s why more than 30 organizations have come together to form Waterfront for All – as a new citizens group dedicated to preserving and enhancing the entire Toronto waterfront as a unique natural and cultural resources for all of us to enjoy.

We acknowledge that our waterfront is situated in the traditional territories of the Huron-Wendat, Anishinabek Nation, the Haudenosaunee Confederacy, and the Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation.

Over 25 years ago, the Crombie Commission set out nine principles for Toronto’s waterfront revitalization. They are as valid as ever. Our waterfront should be:

  • Clean
  • Green
  • Useable
  • Diverse
  • Open
  • Accessible
  • Connected
  • Affordable
  • Attractive

Waterfront renewal has come a long way, but it’s far from complete. Progress on the waterfront needs to be celebrated and supported by citizens, otherwise it may lose momentum or die altogether.

From Etobicoke to Scarborough, we invite citizens and groups from across Toronto to work together to keep the revitalization and beautification of our waterfront moving forward.

Waterfront for All strives to represent citizens and groups from across Toronto – and we want you to join on this exciting journey.



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