Looking back to look ahead: Making progress on Union Station’s transformation

The iconic Toronto transit hub prepares for more changes – from food to catching a train. During his long career with Canadian Press, journalist Eric Shackleton chronicled important changes in his country’s culture and character. These days, as he travels in and out of iconic Union Station, in the heart of Toronto, the 75-year-old retired reporter can still spot a shifting narrative. Updating his iPhone … Continue reading Looking back to look ahead: Making progress on Union Station’s transformation

Top ten tips for safe travels during the holidays

Ring in New Year’s Eve 2019 on a safe note Just pause for a moment. Because we get it – you have a lot on your plate this time of year. The holiday season means the lives of many of our customers turn into military-like campaigns, with dozens of objectives and nonstop troop movements. But relax. Anne Marie Aikins, senior manager of media for Metrolinx, … Continue reading Top ten tips for safe travels during the holidays

You hungry Toronto? Union Food Court is open for business

New retail space in the GO York Concourse gives transit customers more options You didn’t have to be a foodie to appreciate the sudden opening on a crowded Monday morning. Just a bleary-eyed commuter would do, as scores of downtown travelers and workers followed their noses – and the periodic barker yells coming from a young woman welcoming the hungry masses – to discover a … Continue reading You hungry Toronto? Union Food Court is open for business