The Port Lands Flood Protection and Enabling Infrastructure project is the redevelopment of one of the largest portions of under-developed land in a major urban core in North America. Located along the shore of Lake Ontario southeast of Toronto’s downtown core, the project will include substantial soil remediation, a new month for the Don River, and critical infrastructure for flood resilience to unlock the 325-hectare site for residential and commercial development. In winter 2021, the third of four bridges arrived in Toronto from Halifax. These bridges will connect Toronto to Villiers Island once flood protection is complete. This year, planting is starting in the new river valley. For detailed updates, follow @TheRockRipper on Twitter.