Credit Valley Conservation, on behalf of the Region of Peel and with the support of the City of Mississauga and Toronto and Region Conservation, has embarked on a project entitled Lakeview Waterfront Connection.
The Lakeview Waterfront Connection Project, an element of the Inspiration Lakeview visioning process for the Mississauga Waterfront, includes the creation of a new park along the eastern Mississauga shoreline. The intended purpose of this project is to enhance and re-create natural coastal habitats, build a natural park that encourages public access, use, and exploration along the waterfront, and facilitate sustainable city building. For more information, please visit the Credit Valley Conservation website here.
March 8, 2018: Art Exhibit Explores Beauty Beneath the Surface of a Wetland – There’s more than meets the eye at the water’s edge. Starting on March 22 (World Water Day), Credit Valley Conservation and the Region of Peel present Morphology, an art exhibit showcasing a constructed coastal wetland through a photographer’s lens.
February 5, 2018: Restoration Update – Fall 2017. Click here to see an update on the progress of construction at Lakeview, including the closing off of the second confinement cell and creation of the new Serson Creek wetland.
January 16, 2018: Statement by CVC on the passing of Councillor Jim Tovey.
May 24, 2017: Marking an important milestone – closing off the first confinement cell – Mississauga Ward 1 Councillor Jim Tovey and TRCAs Mark Preston walk us through the current state of construction at Lakeview. Click here for a video update.
March 21, 2017: The Cell 1 confinement berm is completed, closing off a 36,000 square metre area from Lake Ontario and marking the beginning of the creation of new conservation lands.
April 28, 2017: Lakeview is in the news! Click the here to learn more about progress at Lakeview from Daily Commercial News.
November 22, 2016: In-Water Construction Begins for Lakeview Waterfront Connection!
Clean rubble is now making its way to the lake, initiating Phase 1 of the Lakeview Waterfront Connection construction process and moving one step closer to transforming a degraded section of the Lake Ontario shoreline into a beautiful, naturalized conservation area with enhanced public access.
The Individual Environmental Assessment for the Lakeview Waterfront Connection receives approval by the Minister of the Environment and Climate Change.
The Lakeview Waterfront Connection ToR, a guiding document that outlines the framework for the completion of an Environmental Assessment, receives approval from the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change.
More videos on Lakeview Waterfront Connection design can be found here.