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Waterfront News

view of Lake Ontario shoreline east of RC Harris Filtration Plant Lake Ontario: Water Levels and Resources (5/5/2020) - Updated July 7, 2020. High water levels are not expected on Lake Ontario. The forecast is now on a gradual lowering trend, and the risk of flooding low. Lake Ontario… ...
Great Lakes Protection Initiative announcement Government of Canada Invests in TRCA Projects to Restore and Protect Lake Ontario (8/7/2019) - Today at the Canada Centre for Inland Waters in Burlington, the Honourable Catherine McKenna, Minister of Environment and Climate Change, announced $187,000 in funding for two Toronto and Region Conservation… ...
Trumpeter Swan family Trumpeter Swans at Bluffers Park (8/14/2018) - Guest article by Lynne Jones, Secretary, Bluffers Park Yacht Club The largest swan in the world, the Trumpeter Swan, is native only to North America. Once hundreds of thousands of pairs… ...
paddlers on lake The Shape of Water Management: GTA Faces Complex Challenges (3/22/2018) - To mark World Water Day 2018, TRCA is sharing the following article, which first appeared in Revitalization News on December 15, 2017. Not long ago, Barry Laverick was invited to… ...

 

Waterfront Events

May 8 all-day Tommy Thompson Park
Located on the Toronto Waterfront, Tommy Thompson Park is Toronto’s largest greenspace and provides critical stopover habitat for migrating birds. There have been 318 native species recorded to date at the park! Join us at...
Aug 21 all-day Tommy Thompson Park
Late August is the prime time to get a glimpse of the Monarch Butterfly before they start their annual migration to Mexico, where they spend the winter. This incredible 3,500 km migration takes place between...