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Douglas Mental Health Institute Heritage Background Study

  The Douglas Mental Health University Institute occupies a vast campus on the shores of the St. Lawrence River, in the borough of Verdun. Founded in 1890 as Montreal’s first Protestant hospital dedicated to mental health, the institution’s built and landscaped environment bear witness to the major movements that marked the evolution of psychiatry in...

Exterior of Phillips House Phillips House: North York General Hospital

After remaining unused for many years, Phillips House now has a new life as North York General Hospital’s centre that provides outpatient mental health care for children and adolescents. The property is located north of the hospital at Sheppard and Leslie. While the house and grounds, designed by Mathers and Haldenby Architects and Edwin Kay,...

Homewood Health

Homewood Health in Guelph was founded in the late 19th century as a private countryside retreat providing mental health and addiction services. The campus’ original pastoral character remains largely intact despite the addition of new buildings, and changes to programming and circulation patterns. Since 2010, ERA has worked with Homewood to renew its 47-acre campus...

Bridgepoint Health: The Old Don Jail

Completed in 1864, the Old Don Jail was the last work of one of Canada’s most respected early architects, William Thomas, and the largest building project in Toronto’s history at the time. Like much of Thomas’s late work, the jail was conceived in the Renaissance Revival style popular during the mid-1800s which draws inspiration from...

Child and Parent Resource Institute

The Child and Parent Resource Institute (CPRI) is a provincially operated regional resource centre in London, Ontario, that provides diagnostic assessment, consultation, education, research, and short-term treatment services for children and youth with emotional and behavioral disorders. The subject site occupies a 56-hectare parcel of land and is acknowledged for its cultural heritage significance. The...

Casey House Casey House

Commissioned in 1875 by clothing manufacturer William R. Johnston, and designed by prominent local architectural firm Langley, Langley & Burke, the former residence at 571 Jarvis is a significant visual reminder of the affluence and grandeur of Jarvis Street during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Both the exterior and interior of the historic...

Recent Projects

Sheguiandah First Nation Community Court Sheguiandah First Nation
Manitoulin Island
Relic Linear Park Campbell House Museum Foundation
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Greater Toronto Area
Centretown Heritage Inventory City of Ottawa