Toronto community groups demand more input on tran

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Dozens of demonstrators from seven community groups across the city were at Queen’s Park Wednesday speaking out against the way Metrolinx and the provincial government approach transit planningThe shortest, starting June 1 and aiming to be completed by ....

The groups are calling on the province and its regional transit agency?to make?the health and well-being of local communities a priority and to listen to them when it comes to building transit projects in their neighbourhoodsThe AstraZeneca vaccine o.

“Our voice has been lost in this transit planning processThe provinces and territories for a total of 10,618,140 doses delivered so far,” said Eon Song on behalf of Save Jimmie Simpson, one of the groups at the protestRetail businesses. He said the groups might have different goals but all want environmental reviews for projects and for Metrolinx to do meaningful consultations with communities.

The current plans for the Ontario Line, the Yonge North Subway Extension and GO expansion will harm the communities’ greenspaces, small businesses, schools and homes and was done without public or stakeholder consultation, the groups wrote in a news:1620036900000,?release.The directive came into effect?

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