City of Toronto

The Waterdown to Finch Project’s installation of the replacement pipeline is nearing completion in the City of Toronto. A restoration plan is being followed to help return all impacted areas to as close to pre-construction conditions as possible.

Installation of the replacement pipeline is complete across the entire Project right-of-way and the new line is now operational and in-service. The existing pipeline will be safely deactivated and left in place to minimize environmental impacts. A restoration plan will be followed through summer 2022 to help return all impacted areas to as close to pre-construction conditions as possible. For more information on the restoration process, please click here.

If you have questions about the status of restoration work in your specific area, please send an email to questions@imperialon.ca.

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Location

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For a detailed view of the Project’s construction footprint within your community, select your neighbourhood below.


Construction impacts

Throughout construction, Imperial has remained committed to reducing local impacts and disruptions. A restoration plan is being followed to help return all impacted areas to as close to pre-construction conditions as possible. Some vegetation and tree removal was required to accommodate safe construction activities, mainly limited to private land and/or within the hydro corridor, and are accounted for in the restoration plan.

For more information on the restoration process, please click here.

To accommodate safe restoration activities, access to some facilities will be temporarily closed through summer 2022 and are listed under closures.

Please click here to learn more about the Waterdown to Finch Project’s construction.

If you have questions about the status of restoration work in your specific area, please send an email to questions@imperialon.ca.

Impacted lands along the Project right-of-way in Toronto, following remediation and the site restoration process

Please click here to learn more about the Waterdown to Finch Project’s construction.

If you have questions about the status of restoration work in your specific area, please send an email to questions@imperialon.ca.



Closures

Follow the links to see areas temporarily closed through summer 2022.

Hours of operation

Core hours of work are from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., Monday through Saturday. Any work outside of these times will be conducted under the appropriate City permits.

Safety

Construction areas are fenced and monitored by Imperial representatives. To protect all employees, contractors and the public, all relevant public health measures and COVID-19 workplace guidelines are being followed.

Local initiatives

Imperial is committed to playing an active role in the Toronto community.

York University’s Science Engagement Program

  • Provided youth in youth in grades 3-12 with a virtual camp that provided exciting STEM skill development experiences

Driftwood Hispanic Soccer League

  • Supported its 2021-2022 indoor soccer league season

Indigenous Leadership in Business (Canadian Club of Toronto)

  • Proud sponsor

Toronto and Region Conservation Foundation

Toronto Region Board of Trade

  • Proud member
  • Participated in roundtable on best practices for impactful community engagement

Ontario Chamber of Commerce

  • Proud member
Imperial attending the Toronto and Region Conservation Foundation’s opening ceremony of the COVID Memorial Garden in Rexdale
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Questions?

Read our FAQs or contact us by email at questions@imperialon.ca.