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Emily's House, the Philip Aziz Centre's 10 bed children's hospice, is the first of its kind in Toronto and one of six in Canada. The facility will meet the needs of families and children living with the challenges of a life-limiting illness such as cancer and HIV/AIDS.

This home will provide increased respite options for families and a choice of setting for medical/respite care.

The project, which incorporates the heritage restoration of the house for the Governor of the Don Jail, includes a large addition set within a public park being created on the Bridgepoint lands east of the Don River north of Gerrard Street.

For a more detailed project profile, click here.
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Journey Home Hospice, a new care facility for people who are homeless and facing the end of their life, opened its doors in April 2018. The hospice provides inclusive high-quality care to some of the city's most vulnerable people.

For a more detailed project profile, click here.