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Ontario Line LIVE Downtown – October 7, 2021

Archive - October 7, 2021

On October 7, 2021, Metrolinx hosted a presentation and live Q&A focused on the Downtown segment with over 150 people in attendance. The presentation focused on timely updates for Queen, Moss Park and Corktown Stations. While this presentation did not feature an update on Osgoode Station, the panel welcomed and responded to questions about all four stations within the segment.

During the virtual open house, we answered top-voted questions submitted by registrants, as well as live questions from participants using a call-in option. Participants asked a variety of questions related to the project plans and timeline, construction methods, community engagements, station design, and more. We’ll be posting responses to questions here as soon as possible.

For those who weren’t able to join us, you’ll find the video recording below. We’re looking forward to holding many more meetings in the future.

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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6:30PM: Meeting Begins/Opening Remark

6:35PM: Presentation: Ontario Line Project Update for Osgoode, Queen, Moss Park, and Corktown Stations

7:00PM : Questions and Answers (pre-submitted questions)

7:30PM: Questions and Answers (call-in questions via Zoom)

7:55PM: Wrap up and Closing Remarks

Meet the Speakers

Photo of Richard Tucker

Richard Tucker

Ontario Line Project Director

Photo of Malcolm MacKay

Malcolm MacKay

Ontario Line Project Sponsor

Aaron Scott

Aaron Scott

Ontario Line Technical Advisor

Franca Di Giovanni

Franca Di Giovanni

Director of Community Engagement, Subways

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Anonymous's avatar

Have you considered adding design elements and public art which will reflect this (and adjacent) neighbourhoods which are named after Irish cultural touchstones, or the counties of Ireland due to the waves of Famine migrants, and further, the complex history of Catholicism which that brought in to Upper Canada and impacted many of us in many different ways?