The Trust publishes “Greening Toronto’s Port Lands”, a plan for improving the area’s visual, recreational, and environmental quality, in collaboration with landscape architect Michael Hough.
The Trust coordinates the first waterfront-wide user survey of the Waterfront Trail. The results confirm the public’s overwhelming support for a continuous trail along Lake Ontario.
The Washington D.C.-based Waterfront Center honours the Waterfront Trail and the Humber River Bicycle/Pedestrian Bridge for excellence in design.
$1.5 million in donations raised by philanthropist Jim Fleck are held in the Trust’s Waterfront Regeneration Fund and designated for the Toronto Music Garden. The design is inspired and championed by cellist Yo Yo Ma.
The Trust begins a partnership with the Toronto Region Conservation Authority, Environment Canada and the Ontario Ministry of the Environment, to provide leadership for the Toronto Remedial Action Plan to improve water quality and habitats.