Lois Griffin (politician)

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Lois Griffin (born Template:Circa) is a former Metro Toronto councillor (Rexdale-Thistletown) and Chair of the Toronto Transit Commission[1] from 1989 to 1991. She was the first woman to hold the post.[2][3]

In late 1999, she represented the Humber Watershed Alliance at a water workshop, as part of Toronto's city planning vision workshop series.[4]

She played a major role in creating the Network 2011 plan, and the building of the Sheppard subway line.[5]

References

  1. Hansard Issue L050 Session 34-2 of the Ontario Legislative Assembly
  2. Smith, Michael (April 13, 1989). "New TTC boss drives car to work but she's looking to improve service", Toronto Star, p. A12.
  3. Howell, Peter (November 24, 1990). "TTC chief shows tougher side", Toronto Star, p. D4.
  4. Water Workshop
  5. Campion-Smith, Bruce (August 3, 1996). "Sheppard line's a tale of woe: On again, off again subway beset by feuds, fads and follies", Toronto Star, p. A2.

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