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Toronto In photos: Toronto waterfront to receive flood-protection makeover

Once completed, governments believe money and people will flow into Toronto's underused port lands

A rendering of part of the Lower Don Lands Don Mouth Naturalization Project.

Renderings courtesy of Waterfront Toronto

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These developments will eventually shift Toronto’s centre of gravity to the east.

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Paddling the Keating Channel.

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The projects aim to create neighbourhoods for tens of thousands of people.

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The developments aim to reconnect the city to its waterfront.

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