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Oct 17, 2017

Waterfront Toronto partners with Alphabet's Sidewalk Labs to revamp area

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TORONTO — One of Google's sister companies will help build a connected community of the future on Toronto's waterfront.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Sidewalk Labs, owned by Google's parent company Alphabet (GOOGL.O), won the competition to partner with Waterfront Toronto to develop the area.

Trudeau says Google Canada will also move their headquarters to anchor the new development in the city's port lands area.

Trudeau says the area will be a test bed for Sidewalk to build a community from the Internet up.

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne says the development won't be another technology park, but will be a complete community.

Toronto Mayor John Tory says the project, named Quayside, will allow companies to address problems such as affordability and mobility issues.