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Neighbours & Engagement

Metrolinx believes that our transportation system gets stronger when you have your say.  We are committed to keeping you informed, building understanding and collecting your feedback. During this time, all engagement activities will remain online, in accordance with public health advice, to protect both the community and our staff.  

Land Acknowledgement  

Metrolinx wishes to recognize the traditional territories of the Anishnabeg, the Haudenosaunee and the Wendat peoples. We acknowledge that Metrolinx operates on these lands and has a responsibility to work with the original keepers of this territory and the many diverse Indigenous Peoples living here today. 

In particular, we acknowledge that the that Dundas Bus Rapid Transit project is occurring on the Treaty and traditional lands of the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation and specifically is being proposed on lands covered by Treaty13 (1805), Treaty 14 (1806), Treaty 3 ¾ (1795). Metrolinx has a responsibility to work with the original keepers of this territory and the many Indigenous Peoples living here today.  

Metrolinx wishes to build a strong, meaningful and mutually respectful relationship with Indigenous Nations. Metrolinx is committed to engaging with Indigenous Nations on the Dundas Bus Rapid Transit Project throughout the project lifecycle.  

Please find additional resources from our municipal partners on the traditional territories in your community:  

•	Map of southern Ontario demonstrating the traditional territories of several First Nations and the boundaries of established treaties

Meet the Team


Colin Burns

Community Relations and Issues Specialist (Toronto West)


Jessica Singh

Community Relations and Issues Specialist (Peel)


Mandeep Jassal

Community Relations and Issues Specialist (Halton)


Jessica Scott

Community Relations and Issues Specialist (Hamilton)

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