Commission Dates & Board Periods

2021 Commission Meeting Schedule

Here is the 2021 schedule of TTC Board meetings (held virtually at 10 a.m. unless otherwise indicated):

Wednesday, February 10
Wednesday, April 14
Wednesday, May 12
Wednesday, June 16
Wednesday, July 7
Wednesday, September 15
Wednesday, November 17
Wednesday, December 8

During the COVID-19 pandemic, Commission meetings are being conducted via online video conferencing. Commissioners, TTC staff and the public are expected to participate in meetings remotely. These measures are necessary to comply with physical distancing requirements and a Provincial Order that limits public gatherings. The TTC Board held its first-ever virtual Board meeting on May 13, 2020.

2021 Board meeting schedule was approved on December 15, 2020.

TTC Audit and Risk Management Committee

Here is the 2021 schedule of TTC Audit and Risk Management Committee meetings (held virtually at 8:30 a.m. unless otherwise indicated):

Thursday, February, 25 (cancelled)
Thursday, June 3
Thursday, September 9
Thursday, December 2

2021 ARMC meeting schedule was approved on December 15, 2020.

Members: Ron Lalonde, Joanne De Laurentiis and Julie Osborne.


2021 Board Periods Dates

Here are the 2021 board period start dates (Sundays) for the subway and surface systems:

January 3
February 14
March 28
May 9
June 20
August 1
September 5
October 10
November 21
December 19
January 3, 2022

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