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How will the Pan Am Games affect CAMH?

As a 24/7 hospital, CAMH will continue to function throughout the Pan Am and Parapan Am Games taking place in the GTA from July 10-August 15, 2015.

CAMH staff and clients will likely face traffic delays getting to and from CAMH during the Games, and may need to allow more travel time or make alternative arrangements. Deliveries, taxis and other business-related travel will likely be impacted as well.

If you are planning a trip to CAMH’s Queen Street, College Street, Russell Street or any other site, use the real-time traffic-informed Toronto Pan Am interactive transit trip planner on the Toronto Pan Am website or use SMART Commute to plan your trip. TTC’s website will continue to be the best place for real-time TTC updates.

Torch Relay event at CAMH

CAMH was invited to host a Torch Relay event at our Queen Street site on Thursday July 9 as part of the Pan Am Games opening festivities and CAMH President and CEO, Dr. Catherine Zahn, was selected as an official torchbearer. Read more about this celebration!

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