TORONTO, June 5, 2013 /CNW/ - Waterfront Toronto and its government partners will officially open the final phase of Mimico Waterfront Park on June 7 at 10:00am. Mimico Waterfront Park connects the community to the waterfront and provides the missing link in the city's waterfront trail system.
The final phase of construction has transformed the shoreline and created an additional 500 metres of much-needed park space. The park now offers 1.1 kilometres of continuous waterfront park between Norris Crescent Parkette and Humber Bay Park West.
|WHO:||Bernard Trottier, MP Etobicoke-Lakeshore|
| Hon. Laurel Broten, Ontario Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs, Minister Responsible
for Women's Issues, and MPP for Etobicoke-Lakeshore
|Mark Grimes, Toronto Councillor Ward 6, Etobicoke-Lakeshore|
|Brian Denney, CAO of Toronto and Region Conservation (TRCA)|
|Mark Wilson, Chair of Waterfront Toronto|
|WHAT:||Official Opening of the final phase of Mimico Waterfront Park|
|WHEN:|| Friday, June 7, 2013
|WHERE:|| Mimico Waterfront Park
Located at the foot of Superior Avenue, south of Lake Shore Boulevard. Please
access the park from the Superior Avenue entrance.
|By car:|| From the west - Take Lake Shore Boulevard east to Superior Avenue. Go south on Superior Avenue.
Superior Avenue is approximately 5 kms east of Royal York Road.
| From the east - Take Lake Shore Boulevard west to Superior Avenue. Go south on Superior Avenue.
Superior Avenue is approximately 3 kms west of Park Lawn Road.
SOURCE: Waterfront Toronto
For further information:
Tari Stork, Manager, Project Communications, T: 416-214-1344 ext. 279 / C: 416-414-1577