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Despite weather delays last week, crews continued preparatory work for the installation of new storm and sanitary infrastructure on Queens Quay. In addition to dewatering activities, crews are expected to begin the construction of a new storm line between Rees Street and The Beer Store. With the demolition of the top of the TTC tunnel complete, TTC crews were able …
Harbourfront Centre has many regular vendors, some of whom have been with us over a decade! Many of our favourite regulars are with us for our Holiday Market but we also excited to have several new vendors participating.
hat a fun morning at Harbourfront Centre! Global Television’s The Morning Show was on-site for an early morning skate on The Natrel Rink. Our Learn to Skate instructor, Andrea, was on-hand to talk about Harbourfront Centre’s Learn to Skate offerings, as well as the upcoming DJ Skate Nights series starting December 15.
From natural skin care products to locally designed jewellery, Harbourfront Centre’s Holiday Market is a great place to find unique Christmas gifts.
The demolition of the TTC corridor will continue between Rees St. and Lower Simcoe St. and from Lower Simcoe St. to York St. Sections of the York St. and Queens Quay intersection will also be demolished. Overhead electrical wires are being strung and new traffic signal heads are being installed in preparation for future phases of construction and traffic patterns. …
The demolition of the TTC corridor is complete between 350 Queens Quay (The Beer Store) and Rees St. Demolition will continue between Rees St. and Lower Simcoe St. and from Lower Simcoe St. to York St. Preparations for the next phase of work on Queens Quay – the installation of new storm and sanitary infrastructure will continue. The first preliminary …
The TTC corridor demolition is nearing completion between 350 Queens Quay (Beer Store) and Rees St. Demolition work will begin next between Rees St. and Lower Simcoe St. Crews will also begin initial preparations for the next phase of work on Queens Quay – the installation of new storm and sanitary infrastructure. The first preliminary activities will be test pits …
On Monday, November 5, traffic on Queens Quay will move to one-way westbound-only between Bay St. and Lower Spadina Ave. to enable construction for the revitalization of Queens Quay. All north-south streets will remain open and eastbound traffic will be rerouted to Lake Shore Blvd./Harbour St. One-way traffic will be maintained throughout the first stage of construction from Fall 2012 through Spring 2013.
Construction crews will be breaking up the concrete curbs. Two-way traffic will continue along Queens Quay but please note there will be lane restrictions. Short stretches of a single east-bound and west-bound land will be closed to traffic. The two lanes of traffic will be restored at the end of each day. Pedestrians traffic will not be disrupted.
Harbourfront Centre celebrates Mexico’s annual Day of the Dead Festival, presented by Scotiabank, on Saturday, November 3 and Sunday, November 4, 2012. The event is a time of return – where families come together, city dwellers return to ancestral villages and the dead visit the living. This FREE, two-day festival celebrates the cycle of life in both a spiritual and …