Living near the shores of the largest group of freshwater lakes on Earth – The Great Lakes, I am always drawn to stand on its vistas. The water’s fluidity gives me energy throughout Canada’s seasons – calm or stormy, warm or cold. The boundary between water and land offers a strong feeling of security against the changing global elements.
That fluid energy and the power of the shoreline became Waterfront Magazine.
For sixteen years Waterfront Magazine has captured community events and its people into exciting stories in fashion, environment, business, travel, lifestyles and future trends.
We now offer QR Codes. No need to copy website and phone numbers. Just place your phone’s camera over the QR and it will take you to our website where we offer longer and more stories, prizes and discounts.
Thank you for growing with me and Waterfront Magazine – welcome as we journey together.
EXECUTIVE EDITOR’S NOTE
With the demise of traditional publications, it’s with great pleasure that we’re able to present Waterfront Magazine’s quixotic art form, in its 16th year. There’s something about handling a high end styled magazine that feels, looks, and brings joy to your touch. In a world with budding Virtual and Augmented realities, such as; the Mona Lisa, Eiffel Tower, Burj Khalifa, Niagara Falls, people still flock to personally; see, touch, climb and marvel at the physical creations all around them.
The trend to implant Cyborg chips, human identification engineering, Google AI Sidewalks is the next stage of Homo Sapien progression. Is this good or bad? You can be the judge. In business, there is CryptoChicks Blockchain, and the future to eliminate paper money.
However, some things such as our environment are being reversed engineered. There is a mad dash to go back, to the good old days, where we had no plastic and try to recreate clean air, water and less pollution in our lakes and oceans. Ripley’s ‘Believe It or Not’ is leading the way along with Green Cars and lifestyle designers.