Entries by David Meyer

What Does the Trail Mean To You?

Another great Great Waterfront Trail Adventure has come and gone, but you can experience the spirit of the tour through the eyes of youth ambassador and honorary tour director Stephanie Woodworth’s video. Find out what the Trail means to Stephanie and many others here.

Toronto – Leslie & Unwin

Trail improvements to Great Lakes Waterfront Trail / Martin Goodman Trail will result in local travel restrictions from July 23 to November, 2018.

Trek 100km of the Great Lakes Waterfront Trail on Google Maps

For some, it was the novelty of carrying the “Google Car” camera on their backs and taking ownership of that the telltale smudge beneath their 360 degree Streetview photo,  for others it was a test of endurance, but for all involved, it was a labour showing passion for their communities and the Trail that connects them […]

Scarborough Waterfront Project

A new waterfront park along Lake Ontario from Bluffer’s Park to East Point Park in Toronto is coming. You are invited to submit comments to the Ministry of the Environmment & Climate Change by July 16, 2015.

Rouge National Urban Park

The Rouge National Urban Park will be one of the largest urban parks in the world. It is on the Waterfront Trail on the eastern boundary of Toronto! And it just got bigger!