Port Lands Flood Protection Community Consultation #2 – July 2018 (video)
Time Lapse: Consultation Crowd interacting with Model of the Port Lands Flood Protection, Full Vision (video)
Time Lapse: Building the Port Lands Flood Protection full vision model (video)
Port Lands Flood Protection Construction Schedule
When flood protection is complete, a new outlet for the Don River will have created Villiers Island. Also visible in this rendering: the new spillway, roads and bridges.
The Future Port Lands — May 2018
Construction Progress at Essroc Quay – April 2018 (Video)
Before: Looking south towards the Polson Quay Slip and Atlas Crane.
After: Looking south across Promontory Park South, including the preserved industrial crane in the background (design concept).
Before: Looking east towards Cherry Street and Commissioners Street.
After: Looking east towards River Valley Park, along the north side of the new river valley (design concept)
Before: Looking east from Cherry Street, just south of Commissioners Street.
After: Looking east towards River Valley Park, along the south side of the new river valley (design concept)
Before: Looking west along Commissioners Street.
After: Looking west towards the new naturalized river channel (design concept)
Before and After: Port Lands Flood Protection
The completed flood protection landform under Corktown Common now protects 210 hectares (519 acres) of eastern downtown Toronto and enabled the emergence of the new West Don Lands community.
Flood Protection Phases 1 and 2
Port Lands Flood Protection Community Consultation Part 1 (Video)
Port Lands Flood Protection Community Consultation Part 2 (Video)
The schematic design for the new river, bridges, roads and parks as of May 2018.
The New River — May 2018
DMNP EA and LDL EA Public Presentation Part 2 (Video)