In the Media

Jeff Green on CBC radio 

June 7, 2017 Season 2017, 
Tonight, 100 surfers are expected at a "paddle out" protest against changes to the Scarborough Bluffs, which they say could ruin a popular surfing spot on the lake. Matt Galloway spoke with the organizer, Jeff Green.

Paddle out - the

Toronto surfers staged a "paddleout" Wednesday to protest a shoreline development they say will destroy one of the best surf swells in the region. (CARLOS OSORIO / TORONTO STAR)
By JACKIE HONGStaff Reporter
Wed., June 7, 2017

Paddle out -

Toronto surfers rally against project they say would ruin beloved surf spot
TRCA wants to build a new landmass to anchor the beach and make navigation easier for boats
By Kate McGillivray, CBC News

Scarborough Waterfront Park... -

Surfers, sandy beach advocates oppose $170-million proposal.

Toronto and Region Conservation Authority board members face a long meeting Friday, July 28, deciding whether to endorse plans for a $170-million waterfront park system below the Scarborough Bluffs.

Why one group of Toronto surfers... -

The surf could no longer be up for some water sport enthusiasts who frequent Bluffers Park.

That’s because a plan to develop the western portion of the Scarborough coastline could cut into what local surfers say is one of the best surf spots in the city.

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