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Kitchener 4th Track LIVE – September 8, 2022

Call-In With Your Question

As we continue to evolve the virtual engagement format, we are adding a call-in option for tonight’s event. To ask your question by voice, join the Zoom meeting here. We aim to keep each question and subsequent answer to 3 minutes allowing for as many call-in questions as possible.

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Meeting ID: 853 5633 7241
Passcode: 588523

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7:00PM: Meeting Begins/Opening Remark

7:05PM: Presentation

7:35PM : Questions and Answers 

8:25PM: Wrap up and Closing Remarks

Meet the Speakers

Luiza Sadowski

Luiza Sadowski

Senior Manager, Community Engagement - Toronto West GO Expansion
Metrolinx (Moderator)

Christine Macneil

Christine Macneil

Project Manager, GO Expansion Project Delivery

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Ivan Lau

Project Manager,

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Sandra Neal

Senior Project Coordinator, Capital Projects
City of Toronto | Parks, Forestry & Recreation

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Anonymous's avatar
Sep 8, 2022 - 19:13

Railpath is full of invasive species and part of Metrolinx's stance on why these trees need to come down is because they are invasive and native species will be replanted. After this project the railpath will apparently be replanted. How are you doing to manage invasive species properly along the railpath so that you don't see the same issue in the future

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