Participate in a public consultation

Thank you for your continued interest and participation in this process, whether in person or online. Public consultation has made a significant difference to this project and will continue to help inform our views and decisions in the coming months.

Public consultation has been incredibly important to informing Waterfront Toronto’s decision-making, and we remain committed to connecting with the public to share and inform our thinking. There are two important milestones being planned for the coming months:

Public Briefing

Watch a recording of the November 19 event here.

Read the full presentation deck here and handout provided to participants that evening here.

Read the full summary report on the Public Briefing here.

Waterfront Toronto held a Public Briefing on Quayside to share an update on the October 31, 2019 project realignment with Sidewalk Labs, an explanation of how the threshold issues have been addressed, and the next steps as the realigned proposal moves forward to formal evaluation.


Round Two Public Consultation – Early 2020

Waterfront Toronto is also planning to launch Round Two Public Consultation about Quayside. Details will be provided on all Waterfront Toronto websites, distribution lists, and social media channels when confirmed.


City of Toronto Digital Infrastructure Plan Consultations – DECEMBER 2019

To help guide future decisions on how our city should regulate these technologies and data usage, the City of Toronto is developing a Digital Infrastructure Plan. The City is holding public consultations for participants to learn more about these technologies, their role in City services, and provide input on the principles and policies that will form the Digital Infrastructure Plan.

  • December 7, 2019 — McGregor Park Community Centre (2231 Lawrence Ave E.), 10 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
  • December 9, 2019 — Toronto City Hall, Council Chamber (100 Queen St W.), 6:30 – 9 p.m.
  • December 12, 2019 — North York Central Library (5120 Yonge St.), 1:30 – 4 p.m.

* The December 9 meeting will be livestreamed on the City’s YouTube channel.