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Temporary water shut off
On Thursday, May 28, the City of Toronto will temporarily turn off water on Shaw Street between Queen Street and Adelaide Street from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. to in order to replace an existing hydrant as part of the Queen Street redevelopment project of CAMH.
The City of Toronto delivered a notice to impacted residents on Friday, May 22. You can read the notice here.
We sincerely appreciate the patience of our neighbours – many of whom will be at home at this time – while we work toward building the mental health care facility of the future.
Signage and Wayfinding Virtual Community Meeting
CAMH and The City of Toronto is hosting a virtual community meeting for the local community on Tuesday, April 28 at 6 p.m. to discuss the signage and wayfinding plans for the Queen Street Redevelopment Project.
In advance of this meeting, we are making the presentation available. Click here to download it.
How it will work:
- The meeting will be hosted on a platform called Webex – it can be downloaded for free here on your phone or computer. You will need this platform to participate in the meeting.
- The meeting will show the above slide deck and feature additional audio provided by the meeting hosts and subject matter experts
- Feedback/questions: you can simply type questions/comments into the comment box OR use your microphone at times when it is enabled
- We will not be using the video camera feature for this meeting
- We will do our best to host/chair in way that enables full participation
Government of Ontario Announcement
April 9, 2020
On April 8, 2020, the Government of Ontario announced it is extending construction hours for essential construction projects, like hospitals, in order to help accelerate these projects and to help employers take additional steps to protect the health and safety of workers on these sites. You can read the full Government of Ontario announcement here.
We are working with our construction partner, PCL, to understand if and how this announcement will impact the current redevelopment project at our Queen Street site. We do not have further information at this time, but are committed to following up with our neighbours in the Ossington, West Queen West and Sudbury communities as we know more.
In the meantime, please email email@example.com with any questions you may have.
TD Commons Green Space Improvements
The green space on CAMH property adjacent to Shaw Street provides a place for patients to access nature as part their recovery and a meeting ground where the West Queen West neighbourhood interacts daily with the CAMH community.