The Globe and Mail: The Scarborough Bluffs are rarely seen — but there’s a plan to change that

East Point Park, Scarborough Waterfront, Lake Ontario
An aerial view of the Lake Ontario shoreline at East Point Park, Scarborough.

The Scarborough Bluffs are a wondrous, but largely undiscovered natural jewel. Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) is trying to change that by making the Bluffs safer and improving public access. The project will be complex — and that’s why TRCA is eager to hear from interested residents about what they’d like to see.

In this Globe and Mail article, Marcus Gee speaks with Nancy Gaffney, Waterfront Specialist with TRCA on how important the collaborative process is in determining the future look and feel of the Scarborough Bluffs. A public consultation meeting to discuss project options is scheduled for June 28.