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Message From Councilor Jaye Robinson's Office


Dear Friends and Neighbours of Thorncliffe Park,


As many of you will know, the Province of Ontario is proposing to implement a Transit Oriented Community (TOC) in Thorncliffe Park adjacent to the Ontario Line’s Thorncliffe Park Station. At this time, the proposed TOC will include six residential towers ranging from 13 to 56 storeys and one 13-storey office tower. You can learn more about the general TOC program here:, and the proposed Thorncliffe Park TOC, here: u=c641c37ddd5d838ab81b6fee0&id=cb83802f7d&e=367192d626.


The Thorncliffe Park TOC is being led by Infrastructure Ontario, a Crown agency of the Province. In the coming weeks, Infrastructure Ontario is holding two Open House meetings regarding the Thorncliffe Park TOC:


Virtual Open House – Thursday, February 29, 2024, 6:30-8:00pm

Register Here:

In-person Open House – Thursday, March 7, 2024, 6:30-8:00pm

Cypriot Community Centre (6 Thorncliffe Park Drive)

Register Here:


While the City of Toronto can provide feedback on the proposed TOC, all final decisions will be made by Infrastructure Ontario and approved by the Province’s Minister of Municipal Affairs & Housing through a Minister’s Zoning Order (MZO). This means that, as a Provincially-led initiative, City Council does not have the authority to make decisions regarding the proposed TOC.


That said, it is critical for Thorncliffe Park residents to have their voices heard during this process. As the local Councillor, I will continue advocating for community benefits above and beyond the baseline requirements. I also believe a project of this scale should include a significant number of affordable units.


If possible, I would encourage you to attend one of Infrastructure Ontario’s Open House events to learn more and share your feedback about the proposal. 

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