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CAMH once again ranked as top mental health research hospital in Canada

CAMH has again topped the Canada’s Top 40 Research Hospitals list as the country’s leading mental health research hospital.

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Laura Shintani's art

CAMH patient re-embraces art by teaching with Workman Arts

Art has always been at the forefront of Laura Shintani’s life.

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Helen McGee

A lifetime of service to mental health

How a chance encounter changed the career path of Helen McGee

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PET Therapy

The Final Frontier

What would it look like for the next major global mental health breakthroughs to take place at Queen and Ossington?

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McCain Complex Care & Recovery Building

Largest redevelopment phase in CAMH history now complete

Two new buildings for patient care now open

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Circle of young people

Suicidal ideation at record levels among Ontario students

CAMH population survey reveals pre-pandemic picture of youth mental health

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Squirrel statue at TD Commons

Green on Queen

How does CAMH balance increasing its physical footprint with environmental stewardship?

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CAMH Emergency department

Ready for Change: Emergency Department

CAMH’s Emergency Department is getting ready to move as part of CAMH’s Phase 1C redevelopment project.

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Shkaabe Makwa masthead with bear illustration and Northern Lights

CAMH Launches Shkaabe Makwa – Centre for First Nations, Inuit and Métis Wellness

Shkaabe Makwa will be the first hospital-based Centre in Canada designed to drive culturally relevant system initiatives to achieve health equity and community wellness.

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Auditorium - McCain Complex Care & Recovery Building

Ready for Change: Workman Arts

After more than a decade working offsite in an old Dufferin Street church, Workman Arts is moving back to CAMH’s Queen Street site.

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