Don Mouth Naturalization and Port Lands Flood Protection Project Amendment – April 2021
Waterfront Toronto, in conjunction with the City of Toronto and Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA), have submitted a minor amendment to the Don Mouth Naturalization and Port Lands Flood Protection Environmental Assessment for agency and stakeholder review. The review period is now closed.
- View the Amendment
- Appendix A – Notice of Approval
- Appendix B1 – High Lake Level Analysis 2017
- Appendix B2 – High Lake Level Analysis 2019
- Appendix C – Hydrodynamic & Sediment Transport Modeling Report
- Appendix D – Lake Shore Boulevard Bridge General Arrangement
- Appendix E – Detachable Flow Curtain Design
- Appendix F – Inundation Frequency Study
- Appendix G – Technical Memo for Sediment and Debris Management Area Environmental Design Considerations
- Appendix H – Effects Assessment Tables
Notice Of Completion: Broadview and Eastern Flood Protection Municipal Class Environmental Assessment
Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA), in conjunction with the City of Toronto and Waterfront Toronto, have completed the Broadview and Eastern Flood Protection Municipal Class Environmental Assessment, Schedule C (Class EA). The study was carried out following the requirements for and in accordance with Schedule C projects under the Municipal Class EA process.
For more information about this project, please visit TRCA’s website.
Regulations Amending the Vessel Operation Restriction Regulations
Waterfront Toronto is pleased to announce that the proposed Regulations Amending the Vessel Operation Restriction Regulations in the new River Valley as part of the Port Lands Flood Protection Project were pre-published and are now available for comments on the Canada Gazette website. The 30-day comment period will end on July 12, 2021.
*New* The Canada Gazette website now allows you to comment on a limited number of proposed regulations through its new online feature. The Regulations Amending the Vessel Operation Restriction Regulations are part of the pilot phase for this new system. You can use this new feature to comment on the proposed Regulations and we encourage you to do so during the comment period. For more information on this new feature, please visit the Canada Gazette information page “How to Comment on Proposed Regulations.”
Transport Canada Permits
As part of the PLFPEI Project, there will be changes to the Don River and Lake Shore Boulevard East Bridge to improve flood conveyance and aquatic habitat. The Navigation Protection Program (NPP) helps keep Canada’s navigable waters open for transport and recreation. As per the Canadian Navigable Waters Act, a 30 day public notification period is required prior to any construction works on the Don River.