Answer from Metrolinx and Infrastructure Ontario: Metrolinx engages with the public at regular intervals and welcomes input on the project at any time. A series of virtual open houses were held in late April to provide updates and seek community feedback and more will be held in the spring of 2021. There will be further opportunities for consultation and engagement as the environmental and archaeological process related to the Corktown station and First Parliament site advances.
The Province is working with the City of Toronto to develop a public engagement process to receive public input and review of the transit-oriented communities development proposal at Corktown in keeping with our commitment of the Ontario-Toronto Memorandum of Understanding finalized by both parties in January 2020.
Following engagement and review by the City of Toronto, the Province will be engaging with the local community to gather feedback on the proposed plans to ensure they meet the needs of the community they will serve and with Indigenous partners to better understand their interest in the project. The Province intends to launch engagement in Fall 2021.