CAMH embarks on following phase of landmark redevelopment project The Centre for Mental and Addiction Health is making history. On 6 April, CAMH is breaking surface on the next phase of its landmark redevelopment project, transforming the website of that which was originally the 1850 Provincial Lunatic Asylum into a modern, welcoming ‘urban village’ in the center of Queen Road West. Nothing that can compare with it has ever been carried out before uses . The initial groundbreaking ceremony gives attendees the chance to see the long term of CAMH’s urban village, and hear what CAMH clients, community people and political representatives have to say on the subject of the transformation.

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