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.

Rendering 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.

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