Publications

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Canadian Wildlife Service. 2002. Where Land Meets Water. Understanding Wetlands of the Great Lakes.

City of Toronto. 2010. Official Plan for the City of Toronto. http://www.toronto.ca/planning/official_plan/introduction.htm

City of Toronto. 2003. Making Waves – Central Waterfront Plan Part II. http://www.toronto.ca/waterfront/waterfront_part2.htm

City of Toronto. 2003. Wet Weather Flow Management Master Plan. www.city.toronto.on.ca/wes/techservices/involved/wws/wwfmmp

City of Toronto and Toronto and Region Conservation Authority. 2001. City of Toronto Natural Heritage Study. www.city.toronto.on.ca/torontoplan/reports.htm

Department of Fisheries and Oceans, Canada. 1986. Policy for the Management of Fish Habitat.

Dobbyn, Jon Sandy. 1966-1994. Atlas of mammals of Ontario. Federation of Ontario Naturalist.

Environment Canada. 2002. Where Land Meets Water: Understanding Wetlands of the Great Lakes. Canadian Wildlife Service, Environment Canada.

Etobicoke and Mimico Creek Watersheds Task Force. 2002. Greening our Watersheds: Revitalization Strategies for Etobicoke and Mimico Creeks. Toronto and Region Conservation Authority.

Fairfield, G., editor. 1998. Ashbridge’s Bay. An anthology of writings by those who knew and loved Ashbridge’s Bay. Toronto Ornithological Club.

Golder Associates Ltd. 2002. Review of Sediment Conditions in the Lower Don River/Keating Channel and the Toronto Inner Harbour. Prepared for the TRCA.

Great Lakes Information Network. www.great-lakes.net

Kelso, J.R.M. and J.H. Hartig. 1995. Methods of Modifying Habitat to Benefit the Great Lakes Ecosystem. National Research Council of Canada.

Kidd, J. 1998. A Living Place: Opportunities for Habitat Regeneration in Toronto Bay. Toronto Bay Initiative.

Kraft, D. 2000. From Panfish to Trophy Fish: A profile of fishing and fish consumption in the Toronto Area. Great Lakes Health Effects Program, Health Canada.

Macnab, I.D. and R.A. Hester. 1976. Operation Doorstep Angling. Metropolitan Toronto Fishery Project, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Metropolitan Toronto and Region Conservation Authority.

Regier, H.A., R.L. Welcomme, R.J. Steedman, and H.F. Henderson. 1989. Rehabilitation of degraded river systems, p 86-97, In D P Dodge [ed] Proceedings of the International Large River Symposium. Can. Spec. Publ. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 106

Royal Commission on the Future of the Toronto Waterfront. Shoreline Regeneration for the Greater Toronto Bioregion.

Stewart, T.J., R.E. Lange, S D Orsatti, C P Schneider, A Mathers, M E Daniels. 1999. Fish-community objectives for Lake Ontario. Great Lakes Fish. Comm. Spec. Pub. 99-1. 56p.

Strus, R.H., I.D. Buchanan and C.T. Rance. 1993. Metro Toronto Aquatic Habitat Rehabilitation Plan. Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Metro Toronto Remedial Action Plan.

Toronto and Region Conservation Authority. www.trca.on.ca

Toronto and Region Conservation Authority. Integrated Shoreline Management Plan: Tommy Thompson Park to Frenchman’s Bay.

Toronto and Region Remedial Action Plan. 2001. Clean Waters, Healthy Habitats. Progress Report 2001. Waterfront Regeneration Trust.

Toronto Waterfront Revitalization Corporation. www.towaterfront.ca

Toronto Waterfront Revitalization Corporation. 2003. Central Waterfront Public Space Framework.

Waterfront Regeneration Trust. 1995. Lake Ontario Greenway Strategy.

Waterfront Regeneration Trust. 1996. Shore Management Opportunities for the Lake Ontario Greenway.

Whillans, T. Waterfront Ecosystems: Restoring is Remembering. In Roots, B.I, Chant, D.A. and Heidenreich, C.E. 1999. Special Places: the changing ecosystems of the Toronto Region. Royal Canadian Institute.

http://www.toronto.ca/planning/official_plan/introduction.htm