- Big Idea
- Courses & Workshops
- Craft & Design
- DJ Skate Nights
- Free Flicks
- Harbourfront Centre
- Learn to Skate
- Planet IndigenUS
- School Visits
- Summer Music in the Garden
- The Power Plant
- Visual Arts
- World Stage
We have undergone an extensive site transformation, creating new public spaces and amenities for our central waterfront site. The surface between York Quay Centre and Queen’s Quay Terminal now features two forest-inspired public spaces; Ontario Square and Canada Square plus a new outdoor exhibition venue and marketplace. In this video William J.S. Boyle, CEO of Harbourfront Centre explains the significance …
We’ve got so much in store for you. We’re talking festivals, concerts, outdoor film screenings, amazing food – even canoe rides! In fact, we’re so stoked about it, we decided to let our staff do the talking. Check out this video where you’ll hear from the people behind the scenes; the very ones responsible for putting together our amazing summer programming.
Now there are two ways I can go about doing this final blog post – write a scathing invective directed at my employer and fellow co-workers, or reminisce over the fond memories and wonderful experiences I gained over the summer.
It’s hard to believe my time at Harbourfront Centre has come to an end. This summer seems to have gone by in a flash, but I know its because I had a blast. Not only have I learned an incredible amount through working here, but I met an amazing array of talented people.
On the third floor of the Harbourfront Centre, the Design Communications department – which houses the Social Media team – sits adjacent to the Harbourfront Camps department. This means that the sounds of ringing telephones and echoes from counselors’ walkie-talkies assault constantly berate our serene work environment.
Hey what’s up guys? My name is Riley Wallace, and I’m the social media specialist for Harbourfront Centre. For the last 7 months or so, I’ve been the man behind the organization’s Social Media. If you’ve read our blog, watched our YouTube videos or tweeted us, than chances are you’ve talked to/watched me and/or my work.
On Tuesday July 6th, a group of individuals affiliated with Harbourfront Centre took to the streets to promote the upcoming season of World Routes. They surprised commuters on their morning walk to work with a choreographed dance routine as music pumped through a nearby system.