A Year of Planning Quayside

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

From the start, privacy was a key concern for many assessing the high-tech neighbourhood Sidewalk Labs and Waterfront Toronto proposed for an almost 5-hectare area on the city's underused port lands. A year on from the formal announcement, and after some high-profile resignations, it remains thorny. The Agenda evaluates the plan, and what needs to be done to make sure it benefits the public.
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