What if the yet unbuilt wavedeck for Jarvis Quay were to dip into the water? Gross you say? This is an industrial slip with large ships docked in this water right?
What if as part of the wavedeck project they were to separate the lake with a raised wall by a foot or two creating an infinity pool and giving you the illusion that you're swimming in the lake? That water would be filtered and would flow into the lake over the wall. The wavedeck would allow Sugar Beach goers to dip their feet in or go all the way in for a swim.
Who wants to have our public spaces turned into a for-profit corporate tool?Like Dundas Square?
That was a sponsored event (obviously) but they do have a walk-up bar and food the rest of the time. But you're right, who wants to have a drink and dance - in public even?! That's just crazy and will lead to no good!!
That's really too bad. Also very troubling because I think they used Silva cells there. If all WT is getting for the big pit and big money is more dead trees, then what's the point in doing more of it. Any more details - numbers? photos?I was in Sherbourne Common the other say and it is sad to see that there are so many dead (or dying) trees - in particular in the northern part. When WT ran the park they were always very fast to replace dead trees, the City has now taken it over and is, I fear, not so active. As an award-winning park that attracts visitors it's too bad to see it deteriorating. It's also a pity that the "water feature" is till not working after its winter shut-down.