Who determines what happens on Toronto's waterfront? How can waterfront development be inclusive and democratic? Join a group of experts with different perspectives who will go beyond current debates about Waterfront Toronto's 'smart city' partnership with Google’s Sidewalk Labs to look at the larger picture of property and power on the waterfront and how the public interest can be assured.
Alexandra Flynn, Lawyer and University of Toronto Professor specializing in urban governance
Julie Di Lorenzo, President, Diamante Development Corp., former Waterfront Toronto Board Member
Melissa Goldstein, Policy Researcher, Parkdale Neighbourhood LandTrust and Chair of the Housing Action Now
Paula Fletcher, Councillor for Ward 14, Toronto-Danforth
Mariana Valverde, Professor, Centre for Criminology & Sociolegal Studies, University of Toronto
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