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$1.185B flood protection project to lead to Toronto waterfront makeover

An artist rendering looking west across the Keating Channel.

TORONTO — A portion of Toronto's waterfront is set to undergo a nearly $1.2-billion flood protection project that will lead to a makeover of the area. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne and Mayor John Tory announced the Toronto Port Lands Flood Protection project at a joint news conferenc…

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Raising the roof: Toronto’s Rogers Centre remains a marvel

Raising the roof: Toronto’s Rogers Centre remains a marvel

Lloyd Keller will never forget the first time he saw the roof move on the SkyDome in Toronto. It was before the grand opening on June 3, 1989 — before the large spectacle with all eyes watching as the sky began to peek through the first stadium with a fully retractable roof. It was January 1989 when the first t…

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Toronto developer concerns over building approvals process grows: U of T report

Toronto developer concerns over building approvals process grows: U of T report

A new report shows it is taking longer to get condo projects approved in Toronto, with the delays causing uncertainty and risk for developers, slowing down the supply of new units coming to market and resulting in lost tax revenue for the city. The report, called the Evaluation of Tall Building Construction Permittin…

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Bayside Phase II - Public Realm, Municipal Services and Water's Edge Promenade

Bayside Phase II - Public Realm, Municipal Services and Water's Edge Promenade

A request for proposal has been issued for infrastructure work involving dockwall reinforcement & balance of Water’s Edge Promenade (to Parliament), internal municipal services & public realm (public and private streets), as well as hydro connections in Toronto, Ont. The total estimated cost for phase 2 is $44.7M.…

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LakeFront Condos

LakeFront Condos

Selected General Contractors have been invited to bid on the construction of a 37-storey, and a 41-storey condominium towers in Toronto, Ontario. …

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Toronto now authorized to disqualify suppliers in ongoing litigation

Toronto now authorized to disqualify suppliers in ongoing litigation

Members of the Construction and Design Alliance of Ontario (CDAO) state they are disappointed with Toronto City Council's decision to move ahead with a provision to disqualify suppliers who are in ongoing litigation with the city from bidding on projects. "I'm very disappointed that they made that decision," says CDAO cha…

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