Overview

Waterfront Toronto Board of Directors

The Waterfront Toronto Board of Directors oversees the Corporation and its affairs, helping to ensure the mandate of Waterfront Toronto, as outlined below, is delivered in an accountable, transparent manner:

  • developing accessible new waterfront communities that offer a high quality of life for residents and visitors alike
  • attracting innovative, knowledge-based industries to the designated waterfront area
  • engaging the community as an active partner in revitalization
  • developing strategic partnerships to attract private sector investment
  • seeking government approval of business strategies, annual business plans and precinct plans.

Board Membership

Under the Toronto Waterfront Revitalization Act, as amended, the Waterfront Toronto Board of Directors is made up of a maximum of 13 members:

  • one citizen Chair, jointly appointed by the City of Toronto and the federal and provincial governments
  • a maximum of 4 citizen members appointed by the federal government
  • a maximum of 4 members, including up to one elected official, appointed by the City, and
  • a maximum of 4 members, including up to one elected official, appointed by the provincial government.

The City of Toronto currently appoints 3 citizens and the Mayor or his designate, as appointed by Council, to serve on the board. The term of office for Board members is up to 3 years, with the possibility of renewal.

Meetings

There are 6 to 8 regularly scheduled meetings of the Waterfront Toronto Board per year with additional meetings as required. Meetings are held at:

Waterfront Toronto Board of Directors
20 Bay Street, Suite 1310
Toronto, ON  M5J 2N8

Tel: 416-214-1344
Fax: 416-214-4591  
E-mail:  info@waterfrontoronto.ca


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