In advance of the Pan Am Games, it seems like the most of GTA is under reconstruction. One of those projects is Queens Quay Boulevard, which spans three kilometres running east-west parallel to Lake Shore and serves as the waterfront's main street. With the revitalization work spanning over three years and now coming to a close, Waterfront Toronto is looking for volunteers to participate in the ribbon-cutting ceremony that will take place on June 19th at 6:00 PM.

Waterfront Toronto, Queens Quay Revitalization, West 8, DTAHRendering of Queens Quay post revitalization, image courtesy of Waterfront Toronto

Although Waterfront Toronto has not released any specific details to the public regarding the ribbon-cutting festivities, those interested in volunteering should be ready and willing to wave flags, follow a drum line and work alongside fellow community members. Below we have a fly through video of the new Queens Quay, courtesy of Waterfront Toronto. 

Sign up for volunteering opportunities at the Queens Quay Revitalization opening ceremony here.