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Public meeting – Air Quality Study progress update Thursday, January 27, 2022

Updated: Jan 20, 2022

Join the team from the University of Toronto for an update on air quality measurements in the Bathurst Quay Neighbourhood, Q&A will follow.

The new Bathurst Quay Neighbourhood Plan promenade

Virtual meeting: Thursday, January 27, 2022, 7 - 8:30 p.m.

Topics you’d like us to consider at the meeting?



The Bathurst Quay Neighbourhood is a possible air pollution hotspot, uniquely situated near three major transportation sources.

Air quality monitoring campaigns were launched to:

  • Perform air pollution exposure assessment.

  • Identify main sources of air pollution.

  • Develop and propose workable solutions.


The study uses a campus-community partnership approach to address air pollution exposure. Participants include:

  • Bathurst Quay Neighbourhood Association

  • Billy Bishop Airport

  • City of Toronto


Community exposure assessed through:

  • Fixed monitoring on rooftops

  • Mobile measurements

  • Indoor vs. Outdoor Sampling

Please view this PDF for the highlights from the last public meeting held in May 2021.


Stakeholders involved with this project include the Bathurst Quay Neighbourhood Association, the City of Toronto, PortsToronto, and Toronto Public Health. Special thanks go to the Citizen Scientists who participated in data collection.

This project is funded by a Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) grant, matched by funds from the City of Toronto and Billy Bishop Airport.

For more information, visit the study web site.


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