Seen: CAMH getting $2M from Green Bonds program for redevelopment

Seen: CAMH getting $2M from Green Bonds program for redevelopment

The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) is getting up to $2 million in infrastructure funding raised through Ontario's Green Bonds program for a major redevelopment of its Queen Street site.

The mental health and addictions hospital closed the request for proposals for the next stage of its major, ongoing redevelopment project, which includes two new hospital buildings.

Minister of Health and Long-Term Care Dr. Eric Hoskins and CAMH CEO Dr. Catherine Zahn marked the occasion with a media event Wednesday morning. The winning bid is expected to be announced early next year . . .

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Jessica Smith Cross

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