Lake Ontario Waterfront
The sediment comprising the Toronto Region shoreline is generally a mixture of sands, silts, clays, tills, and gravels, which are highly erodible. As a result, the shoreline has been and continues to be, modified by wave action, ground water conditions, wind erosion and numerous other factors. Serious loss of property and threats to homes, roads and services can and have occurred as a result of these processes. Toronto and Region Conservation is committed to maintaining shoreline protection and restoring terrestrial and aquatic habit along the shoreline in the Toronto Region while providing recreational opportunities through the design and construction of waterfront parks. Integrated shoreline management is essential to efforts to acheive a waterfront that is clean, green, accessible, diverse and attractive.
The Shorelines e-newsletter highlights the work of TRCA and its partners along the Lake Ontario waterfront, providing readers with up to date information about waterfront projects, upcoming events, and community profiles.
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