It's no secret that during the summer months Toronto's waterfront is absolutely bustling, which is understandable. When the sun is out, and you're looking for ways to embrace the heat, taking a nice stroll along the lake, taking out a canoe or kayak, or a ferry trip to the island are the perfect activities. But once the temperatures drop, the neighbourhood gets much less busy. While the winter chill can sometimes be a little much, the waterfront is still beautiful this time of year, and definitely worth a visit. That's why Winter Stations and the Waterfront BIA are bringing a winter public art installation to the waterfront, giving Torontonians a great reason to explore the waterfront.