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Keating Channel

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Location type: River
Location address: Canada
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The Keating Channel is a 1,000-metre (3,300 ft) long waterway in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It connects the Don River to inner Toronto Harbour (Toronto Bay) on Lake Ontario. The channel is named after Edward Henry Keating (1844-1912), a city engineer (1892-1898) who proposed the creation of the channel in 1893. The channel was originally built to connect Ashbridge’s Bay to the harbour; later, the Don was diverted into the channel, and its river mouth filled in.

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