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THE NEW BLUE EDGE

Sherbourne Common

Sherbourne Common is in the heart of the new East Bayfront community. Spanning from Lake Ontario to Lake Shore Blvd, on either side of Queens Quay, this park has something for everyone, including a wide lawn and a splash pad that becomes a skating rink in the winter. A water channel runs the full length of the park and includes three dramatic art sculptures called Light Showers by artist Jill Anholt.
The New Blue Edge - Sherbourne Common
THE NEW BLUE EDGE

Sugar Beach

Canada's Sugar Beach is one of Toronto's most-loved parks with its brightly coloured pink beach umbrellas and iconic candy-striped rock outcroppings. Drawing upon the industrial heritage of the area, Sugar Beach is a great place to enjoy a summer festival, watch marine activity, or relax with friends in a white Muskoka chair.
The New Blue Edge - Sugar Beach
THE NEW BLUE EDGE

Wave Decks

Toronto's wave decks are must-see waterfront landmarks. Located at the water's edge at the Simcoe, Rees and Spadina slips, these uniquely Canadian "urban docks" were inspired by the shorelines of Ontario's Great Lakes. These whimsical spaces – with their graceful curves – make a perfect waterside gathering place.
The New Blue Edge - Wave Decks
 
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