CAMH receives approval and funding from the province for construction of Phase 1A.
Official groundbreaking on the first phase (Phase 1A) marks start of construction for Queen Street Redevelopment Project.
Four Alternate Milieu buildings open with 24 bedrooms each for CAMH's Addiction and Mood & Anxiety Programs.
Official renaming and dedication of the McCain Building.
Inauguration and handover to the City of Toronto of the Paul E. Garfinkel Park.
Demolition of the 1956 Administration Building begins to make way for Phase 1B construction.
Official groundbreaking on the second phase (Phase 1B).
Construction on the first non-CAMH building, located at Queen Street West and Ossington Avenue.
Unveiling ceremony of nine memorial plaques in honour of asylum patients whose labour was used to build the historic wall.
Official renaming and dedication of the Carlo Fidani Family Building.
Official renaming and dedication of the Peter and Shelagh Godsoe Building.
City of Toronto approval to rename New Street as Stokes Street, in honour of Professor Aldwyn B. Stokes, and Freedom Street as Lower Ossington Avenue.
Official renaming and dedication of the Ward Family Building.
The Beamish and Labatt families are recognized with announcement of wings in the Intergenerational Wellness Centre to be named after each family.
Official opening of the new Intergenerational Wellness Centre, Bell Gateway Building and Doctors Association Building.
Official groundbreaking on the third phase (Phase 1C), including the McCain Complex Care and Recovery Building and CAMH Crisis and Critical Care Building.
Grand Opening of two new CAMH buildings on Queen Street West: McCain Complex Care and Recovery Building and Crisis and Critical Care Building.
Predicted groundbreaking for next phase (Phase 1D) to replace existing facilities for patients with complex mental illness who have encountered the legal system.