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Now that residential uses are being introduced into the East Harbour Master Plan, I think other themes that need to be discussed are…

Parks, restaurants, cafes and a grocery store will all attract people to the area and inject life and local energy into the new development. Do not repeat city place, where uninteresting, chain stores... Read more...

Thank you for sharing your ideas and comments. These are all great additions as we start to think about topics to present and discuss at Open House #2 this fall.

While I agree, a grocery store is not going to 'inject life' into this future world-class development. It will certainly be convenient and important, but it is galleries, venues, museums or lake cultural... Read more...

I offer three real-world examples of what draws our family to a destination neighbourhood, for East Harbour to copy or surpass (using nearby Corktown for this example):<br>1. An Indoor Attraction (the... Read more...

I respect your experiences, but this is not outstanding by any class measure of what makes cities 'great' in my own opinion. Every city has YMCA's or corktown commons, but many residents are single and... Read more...

You have all gone for the bait and switch, discussing final design issues which will be ignored, while the addition of res to this development serves one purpose - to confer to the developer a gift worth... Read more...

It seems Mayor Tory is silent on this and is by default, siding with the Premier. If no one speaks up, there will be no planning - no public benefits, no affordability, minimal parks, no schools, etc.... Read more...

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