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Survey asks how best to mark history of First Parliament site at the Ontario Line subway station in Corktown

How should we recognize history? This is an important question for experts behind the Ontario Line subway station that will be built in Corktown, at King and Berkeley. People have an opportunity to share their opinions on how to commemorate the site’s history in the new subway station through a new online survey. Here’s how you can have your say. It’s a place with a … Continue reading Survey asks how best to mark history of First Parliament site at the Ontario Line subway station in Corktown

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Locations for Ontario Line station buildings finalized from Osgoode to Corktown

We’ve been closely following progress on the Ontario Line subway and the impact on transit to and from Toronto’s core. Last week, Metrolinx unveiled the locations for station buildings from Exhibition Station to Queen and Spadina. Today (June 17), we are learning about four more downtown station sites. Two will connect with TTC’s Line 1 subway at University Avenue and Yonge Street while two others … Continue reading Locations for Ontario Line station buildings finalized from Osgoode to Corktown

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Corktown Station Early Works Report brings Ontario Line another step closer to reality

Metrolinx is looking for community feedback on a new environmental assessment for the early works required at Ontario Line’s Corktown Station. These steps are important to keep the project on track and deliver transit relief sooner. In another important development in the life of Ontario Line, Metrolinx is releasing an Early Works Report for Corktown Station. It’s a vital foundation block for the new transit … Continue reading Corktown Station Early Works Report brings Ontario Line another step closer to reality

Advancing plans for the Ontario Line station in Corktown: Commemorating history while building for the future

Corktown Station will be an important landmark on the Ontario Line, with connections to surface routes, bringing growing neighbourhoods east of the downtown core into the subway system. A section of Corktown that is mostly paved over will become a place for the people, with a mix of housing, commercial, retail and community space around the station. This historic location was the site of Upper … Continue reading Advancing plans for the Ontario Line station in Corktown: Commemorating history while building for the future