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  • n. The area that fronts on a harbor


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  • You have had a tough job but let me say on behalf of all of us here: The harbourfront is a jewel in this city and we are delighted to recognise today the fine work you do and thank you for joining us today.

    Christmas Luncheon

  • I remember the floating boat restaurant down by the Toronto harbourfront tried one year to get out of paying their taxes because they claimed they weren't technically on Toronto land ...

    Living In a Van Down By the River

  • On shore, onlookers waved Canadian flags as they lined the harbourfront and sweeping green lawns of the British Columbia Parliament Buildings craning for their first look at the flame.

    Finding "Truth" a challenge, VANOC opts for fantasy

  • Philogynist saturday was action-packed and involved beer-fueled shenanigans all over the city: the jays game, the steamwhistle brewery, harbourfront patio, smokeless joe's, the rivoli, the horsehoe...


  • I mentioned it before, but I shook my head wildly when they built a huge parking lot right in front of the harbourfront -- obstructing the fairly nice view in the downtown area.

    Yangming Cruise Ship and Keelung

  • But this was at canada day harbourfront full of total fuckbrains and just annoying families.

    vaneigem Diary Entry

  • Let's put a huge parking garage in front of the harbourfront that could be developed into a beautiful scenic area in Keelung.

    Ma and KMT corruption

  • Tuesday i wasn't working during the day so i started at the harbourfront and walked all the way up Yonge until Bloor. .and some of the streets that run off Yonge, handing in resumes, again in roasting hot weather!

    fragile-liar Diary Entry

  • Smells were compounded by new soap factories rendering animal fats at the harbourfront, by the large tannery of Mr. Jesse Ketchum on low-value backlands near Queen and Yonge, and by many other sources of undisposed refuse.

    The Life of a New City: Toronto, 1834

  • It's a 15-minute walk to the harbourfront, with the Maritime Top Stories


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