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It may have looked a little like a science fair, but the bristol boards and display panels set up around the cafeteria at St. Joseph’s Health Centre were the hospital’s way of connecting their staff, educating them, increasing collaboration and, ultimately, improving quality of patient care. Oct. 21 to 25 was Interprofessional Education Week at the hospital on the western edge of Parkdale, and on Wednesday, Oct. 23 the hospital held its sixth annual Skills Fair. As a community teaching hospital, Interprofessional Education Week is an important celebration for St. Joseph’s and the Skills Fair is a key event of the week, said Elizabeth McLaney, the health centre’s director of interprofessional education and collaboration. “It’s an event focused on creating a culture of collaboration,” McLaney said. “It is both a celebration and a learning opportunity based on the idea of creating great teamwork and role clarity.” The fair brought people from all different professions within the hospital – nurses, physicians, >>>SKILLS, page 5

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Park Pumpkin Parade wMcCormick Organized by the Friends of McCormick Park, the second annual Pumpkin Parade at McCormick is planned for Friday from 7 to 10 p.m. Area residents are encouraged to bring their Jack-o-lanterns to the west side of the park, off Brock Avenue south of Dundas Street, and light it up one more time. Pumpkins will be collected for composting by the city the following day. For more information, visit www. mccormickpark.ca fair returns to Exhibition Place wRoyal

From Friday, Nov. 1 to Sunday, Nov. 10, the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair is back at Exhibition Place with the best in local food and animal entertainment. Started in 1922, the Royal is the largest combined indoor agricultural fair and international equestrian competition in the world. It is where Canadian and international breeders, growers and exhibitors are declared champions and where hundreds of thousands of attendees come to learn, compete and shop. For details and a schedule of events visit http://royalfair.org/ needed to paint the fieldhouse wVolunteers

The Wabash Building Society is calling on the community to come out and help them freshen up the Sorauren Park Fieldhouse at 50 Wabash Ave. Last spring, volunteers came together to paint the first floor of the fieldhouse and now they have their sights on the second floor of the popular community space. Work will begin at noon Saturday with preparing the space by cleaning the walls. Painting will take place Saturday, Nov. 9 at noon. For details, email susanvan@rogers. com your game on at MakerKids wGet

MakerKids is hosting a 25-hour gameathon (Minecraft, board game hacking, 3D printing) to raise money

for SickKids hospital Saturday. To find out how to donate and to register, visit http://bit.ly/HgswIK Queen West Triangle fair wLearn about the Theatre Centre,

the West Toronto Railpath extension and the new Media Arts Cluster at the Queen West Triangle at a community fair Saturday. Hosted by Davenport Councillor Ana Bailao, this fair, at 99 Sudbury St., is an opportunity to meet neighbours, learn about community groups and hear about local projects in the Queen West Triangle. Exhibits and refreshments are at 2 p.m. with a planning presentation beginning at 3 p.m. Email councillor_bailao@toronto. ca or call 416-392-7012. on surviving the Holocaust wFilms

Holocaust Education Week begins Sunday with One Story At A Time, a screening of films by authors whose memoirs of surviving the Holocaust have been made into films through The Azrieli Foundation’s Holocaust Survivor Memoirs Program. Opening night begins at 7:30 p.m. at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre, 190 Princes’ Blvd., Exhibition Place. This year’s Holocaust Education Week program will focus on the dynamic process that unites historical events with personal experiences. For more information, visit holocausteducationweek.com. All programs are free of charge unless otherwise noted. renovations workshop wGreen

Learn how to save on home energy costs at the Green Renovations Workshop hosted by Windfall Centre, Project Neutral and the City of Toronto. Home renovations can increase property value, reduce energy bills and improve comfort. Learn how to make the most out of renovations Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Toronto City Hall, Rotunda, 100 Queen St. W. For details, visit http://windfallcentre.ca


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Fundraiser: Left photo: Jason Lang, right, washes the pumpkin his son Jackson picked out Saturday during the sixth annual Sorauren Pumpkin Sale in support of the Wabash Building Society. Maggie Cresswell, above, walks away happy with her pumpkin pick. Many of these pumpkins may return to Sorauren Park tomorrow night during the Sorauren Pumpkin Parade.

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figure in the window of Colborne Lodge. A mysterious apparition in North York. A spooky voice in Casa Loma. Toronto is full of compelling tales of the otherworldly. In today’s Halloween edition of The Parkdale Villager, you’ll find spooky lore with a local flavour on page 6, along with a list of the stories we’ve worked on in all nine of our newspapers across the city. You can access all of the stories online at bit.ly/192hP6w We encourage you to check them out. Toronto’s tales are fascinating, whether they involve the unexplained chill felt by some visitors to Montgomery’s Inn or the clip-clop of horse our view hooves said to have been heard at historic Fort York. But in addition to offering a City’s history spine-tingling shudder, these stories form an important part a valuable of our city’s history. These are resource stories that have survived, grown and evolved but at their genesis are about real people in real places. As Ewan Wardle of the Fort York National Historic Site observed during a site tour called Fort York After Dark: “These are real human beings who lived and loved and died on the grounds that we are walking.” We wrote in this space in August about why local history matters. Its importance is not just about remembering or preserving the past. We believe if we know more about our local communities and the people and events that shaped them, we establish closer connections to them. If we make those connections, we’ll have a greater understanding of what we want our communities to be. So what can one do? Consider the resources at your disposal. When it comes to knowing more about our history, your local library branch and the City of Toronto Archives are great places to start your search. Did you know you can research your residence at the Archives? If you have more time to commit, perhaps reach out to local resident groups or a historical society to get involved. We spend a significant amount of time in the communities we live in. Why shouldn’t we find out more about them and want to help them grow?

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Karen Stintz aims for centre-right vote Karen Stintz’s early arrival in the 2014 mayor’s race can’t be a surprise to anyone. The councillor from Eglinton-Lawrence has been not-so-quietly organizing a campaign for months, and not-quietlyat-all taking control of the kind of major policy matters – specifically, transportation – you’d expect the current mayor to do. She might have continued that course for a few more months. But with popular conservative talk show host and former Progressive Conservative leader John Tory mulling a run, Stintz had to up her game early and decisively – if for no other purpose than securing some fundraising real estate before the rush in early 2014. In this, declaring early is a good strategy. However, an early declaration for a candidate also invites early assessments, and so it is with Stintz.

david nickle the city Out of the gate, Stintz is attempting to paint herself as a fiscal conservative similar to Mayor Rob Ford in that respect, but... well, completely opposite in everything else. Well and good, but political branding is only partly self-portraiture, and Stintz will have to deal with matters beyond her control. Stintz owes a large part of her public profile to the work she’s done on the public transit file as chair of the Toronto Transit Commission. In the latter part of the term, she’s worked to improve customer service, and she’s been a central figure in the subway-LRT debate. There are problems, though. On the latter point, Stintz has been all over the map – starting the term supporting light rail over

subways and helping to halt Ford’s plan to replace the Sheppard light rail line with an unfunded subway. Shortly after that, she came forward with her One City transit plan – tenuously funded, with a politically unpalatable property tax premium – that included a different Scarborough subway. Council balked, and Stintz left the chamber with egg on her face. Finally, Stintz delivered a subway to Scarborough – funding of which is also tenuous, with federal money tied to a Sheppardstyle public-private partnership arrangement and a boatload of new debt. For all her journeyman work, Ford wasted little time in taking credit. On the customer service question... well, Stintz also helped Ford deliver his first flatline budget by agreeing to service standard rollbacks on the TTC. In that way, one might argue that Stintz created

the very problem she’s now working to solve. With all that, she still remains a formidable challenger to Ford, in the fight for the essential centreright vote. On Monday, the mayor conceded the election would be “a bloodbath,” because his opponents would no doubt go after him on matters of character, associations, truancy and other “personal matters.” The mayor is no doubt correct on this count. His behaviour and comportment have assured all those things will be central questions in his re-election bid. And Stintz, while certainly haunted by controversies and mis-steps of her own, has shown herself to be an active and at-times effective leader on council. In these early days of next year’s fight, that isn’t a bad start.

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Skills fair helps staff understand each other’s roles >>>from page 1 pharmacists, rehab specialists, porters, palliative care workers – together to showcase what they do. “The idea being that in a real big and busy and complex environment, like a hospital ... this helps us understand each other’s full role and scopes,” McLaney said. “This is a neat way to connect people.” By fostering mutual understanding and teamwork, it ultimately benefits the patients at the hospital and their quality of care, McLaney said. “When we learn together, we work better together,” McLaney said. “Teamwork will really support seamless transitions in healthcare, better safety and high-quality care.” Representatives were on hand with displays to talk about things such as social work, occupational therapy, empathetic communication, transfers and wound care. McLaney said about 300 staff were expected to make their way through the fair. Dr. Andrew Howlett manned the empathetic communication booth, where he had a video and literature demonstrating the importance of listening and understanding when talking to children and teens. The

idea of empathetic communication, he said, overarches all health care in terms of interacting with patients and their families. “Empathic communication is helpful for all areas in medicine,” Howlett said. “There are all sorts of patients (who) have this sort of suffering. When we feel like we can’t fix something, we give up. But trying to understand and explore their issue can be quite therapeutic.” Experiential learning, which is a powerful tool to help learning stick with the employees, also helps them gain understanding and respect for what their colleagues do, McLaney said. To that end, staff lined up to try their hand at Minimally Invasive Surgery (MIS) with a simulated belly and the equipment used in MIS surgery, explained Dayle Allen, an education coordinator at St. Joseph’s. “The overall goal is to exhibit what happens in the OR (operating room) and demonstrate how we work together for a common goal, which is high-quality patient care,” she said. “It gives them a greater level of understanding of what actually happens to their surgical patient.” Dr. Colin Botkin, a fellow in minimally invasive surgery, explained the

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Junior surgical resident Allison Pang, right, tries her hand at performing minimally invasive surgery under the guidance of Dr. Colin Botkin, fellow in Minimally Invasive Surgery, and Dr. Arah Kashfi, chief resident for the surgical program at St. Joseph’s Health Centre, during the hospital’s Interprofessional Education Week Skills Fair.

opportunity to try the MIS equipment helps everyone from nurses to anticipate requirements during a surgery to the staff who prepares the trays of tools before a procedure. “If they understand what our tools

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Faster check-in at St. Joe’s Patient registration at St. Joseph’s Health Centre’s Ambulatory Care Centre (ACC) is on its way to becoming quicker and more efficient. The hospital officially launched a pilot project Oct. 23 with the installation of a registration kiosk, which operates similarly to an Automated Banking Machine, in the heart failure clinic and will roll out throughout the remaining ACC clinics this fall. “This is a fully self-sufficient kiosk, which allows patients to register their basic information,” Greg Zaffarano, operations co-ordinator, said. All patients have to do is insert their health card, he told The Villager. The kiosk’s benefit is reduced wait times at registration. If the clerks are busy, people can use the kiosk. Patients can also pre-register online – not unlike checking in for an airline flight. Registration services manager Marilyn Sawh said patients can get a print-out of the forms and maps they need for their appointment. The hospital will monitor how much the kiosk is used versus how many patients rely on its clerks, she said.

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here are no creepy soundtracks or people in masks jumping out at you, but when you have real tales of horrific deaths and scribed accounts of first-hand sightings, no gimmicks are needed. Each October, Fort York hosts a series of evening tours, titled Fort York After Dark, where staff share the stories of people who died on the battlefields or lie beneath in the burial grounds of the historic site. “These are real human beings who lived and loved and died on the grounds that we are walking,” said Ewan Wardle, a program officer at Fort York National Historic Site. “You don’t need to have someone in a costume; you don’t need to have creepy sounds to have a real sense of eeriness attached to these tales and these stories.” Led by the eerie glow of lantern light, Wardle said what makes these stories so frightening is they are about real people, who you can open up a history book and find. “People fought and died on the very grounds we are at, some of these poor unfortunate souls met very untimely and very disturbing ends,” Wardle said. Such as the story of a fallen captain, whose body kept resurfacing until he had a proper burial. The six-hour long Battle of York,

fought on April 27, 1813, killed 181 men on both sides. Most of the victims were buried in and around the Fort York National Historic Site. Many of the British soldiers killed in battle were buried hurriedly in shallow graves close to where they fell along the shoreline in what is now known as the Exhibition grounds. “But in the days following the battle it rained extensively and washed away the earth over the remains,” Wardle said. “So within a week, the townspeople of York had to come out and reinter the remains.” However, by the 1820s, the shoreline began to erode away and between 1829 and 1831, many remains were discovered along the shoreline. As was the case in early May 1829, when a portion of shoreline at the eastern end of Humber Bay was washed away bringing to the surface some human remains, which were identified as those of Captain Neal McNeale of the 8th Regiment of Foot (King’s). Major Winniett, the commanding officer at Fort York, authorized the necessary measures be taken for their removal and re-interment in what is now Victoria Memorial Square. At the climax of the Battle of York, when the British detonated the munitions storehouse at the fort, reports describe the explosion. “The sky blackened from the debris and gravity took effect and

pieces of timber, stone and even body parts started to rain back down on the people,” Wardle said. “One American soldier described saving his life by jumping in a barrel.” Then there is the tale of John Paul Rademuller, a lighthouse keeper during the War of 1812, whose spirit is said to haunt the Gibraltar Point Lighthouse on the Toronto Islands. On Jan. 2, 1815, two soldiers from the garrison are said to have murdered Rademuller in a horrendous fashion on the 13th step of the lighthouse. Within a few decades, subsequent lighthouse keepers reported hauntings and seeing spirits in the woods around the lighthouse and the sound of footsteps, which stopped on the 13th floor. One lighthouse keeper is alleged to have found human remains, which he believed were those of Rademuller. “People still report seeing and hearing the spirit out on the island,” Wardle said. “Perhaps the spirit is searching for his own remains.” Just across Bathurst Street, Victoria Memorial Square is a small park and former old military burial ground used from 1794 to 1860. The first person to be buried there was Katherine Simcoe, the infant child of Lt.-Gov. John Graves Simcoe and Elizabeth Simcoe, who died of a fever on Easter Sunday 1794. The square is also said to be haunted by Lt.-Col. Francis

Battersby’s horses that were put down and buried in Victoria Memorial Square at the end of the War of 1812. For more than a century there have been reports of the clip clop of hooves on the pavement, without a horse in site. Of the surviving original gravestones in Victoria Square, one of them belongs to Lt. Zachariah Mudge. “He died under tragic circumstances,” Wardle said. “He took his own life.” Mudge, an aid to Lt.-Gov. Sir John Colborne in the early 1830s, was at a dinner at the Colborne’s home on June 9, 1831 when it is said his disposition changed and he got very quiet. He excused himself, returned to his residence where he shot himself with a hunting rifle. Wardle explained at the inquest of Mudge’s death, a witness said “he understood the deceased had, not long before, received tidings of the death of a dearly beloved friend in Europe, who had put a period to his own existence.” Because Mudge’s death was a suicide, he was denied a proper Christina burial. At the time, Bishop Strachan said Mudge was not to be recognized in the burial registry that still exists today, but Rev. Hudson, who was in charge of the registry, decided to recognize Mudge by leaving a blank space in the registry.

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Potential future for Bathurst St. revealed at meeting JUSTIN SKINNER jskinner@insidetoronto.com The public was treated to a first look at what could one day be the future of downtown Bathurst Street at a public meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 22. The meeting, hosted by councillors Mike Layton and Adam Vaughan, showcased a draft plan created for the street from Dupont Street south to Queen Street following community consultation sessions earlier this year. T h e m e e t i n g s h ow cased land use, built form, public realm and heritage issues along that stretch of Bathurst. Layton and Vaughan commissioned the Bathurst Street Study to steer future development as a result of a variety of properties along the street being targeted by developers. Perhaps the highest-profile of those developments is the proposed RioCan development, which will house a Walmart and has raised the hackles of many in the community. “We’ve got all these properties along Bathurst and we’re trying to get ahead of the curve instead of just reacting to (developments,)” Vaughan said. “But apart from that, Bathurst Street isn’t doing as well as it could (in terms of its built form) and we want to make sure any change we have along the street builds on its

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Brent Raymond of DTAH speaks at a public meeting for the Bathurst Street Study.

strengths.” The councillors said the purpose of the study was to enhance the street while ensuring any new development did not threaten its character or the quality of life for those who live and work in the area. “Bathurst is made up of distinct areas and we’re looking to put strong protections on the residential components of it while allowing some intensification at specific nodes in the city,” Layton said. “The community has also been

saying we need more parks and green spaces in the area so this study puts a focus on that.” The study calls for varied heights along Bathurst Street, ranging from roughly 12 to 30 metres, with the taller portions coming where Bathurst is met by major streets. “We wanted taller height along Bathurst where it’s crossed by the east-west main streets and lower in between,” said Brent Raymond of DTAH, who devised the plan. “That’s consistent with what we

heard from residents.” Raymond added that public consultations underscored the need for more green space and public realm, including the preservation of Mirvish Village. “What we heard loud and clear is that there is a need for park space along Bathurst,” he said. The plan calls for the creation of a park at College and Bathurst along with other improvements to the public realm. Rene Biberstein of DTAH said his firm conducted a

lot-by-lot analysis of the stretch of Bathurst Street to determine the best ways to plan for the future. “It’s a bit of a patchwork,” he said. “What we found is the Official Plan and the zoning already in place is appropriate.” He added that 80 per cent of the street contains at least some residential element, the preservation of which is integral. “Bathurst really is a neighbourhood street,” he said. The plan features a great deal of in-depth analysis, and while there were questions and a few concerns, an informal show of hands showed that virtually all were pleased with the Bathurst Street Study’s findings on the whole. While there is already City of Toronto legislation governing development along Bathurst Street, planning manager Lynda Macdonald said a plan devoted to Bathurst Street would provide stronger protection for the community, particularly in the face of developers claiming that the Official Plan and zoning bylaws are outdated. “The value of doing studies like this is that when the (development) industry comes to us, we can say ‘this is the policy framework and it’s brand new,’” she said.

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Legion poppy campaign Veterans and schoolchildren came together at Davisville subway station Oct. 25, to honour Canada’s war dead during the kick-off event for the annual poppy drive. T h e Roy a l Ca n a d i a n Legion’s 2013 Poppy Campaign runs until Remembrance Day during which time across the country approximately 18 million poppies and 70,000 memorial wreaths are expected be sold by war veterans and volunteers for the legion, said Toronto Legion Commander Jay Burford to an audience that included Grade 6 students from Davisville Public School. Some $8 million is raised through the campaign every year with proceeds going to veterans and their families. One of those veterans, Fred Newton who enlisted with the Canadian military when he was just 18 and fought in northern Europe during the Second World War, was among those attending Friday’s campaign launch. Wrapped in a blanket, Newton, who is now a resident of the veterans’ wing at Sunnybrook hospital, beamed as he helped pin poppies on to the lapels of the students, but grew emotional as he recalled fallen comrades. “I lost so many friends, so many friends,” said Newton as he wiped away tears.

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w Friday, Nov. 1 Pumpkin Parade WHEN: dusk WHERE: Sorauren Park, 50 Wabash Ave. Place your pumpkins along the edge of the path. Pumpkins will be lit at dusk. The city picks them up the following day.

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the concert featured violinist Susan Spier, a member of the CPLC, and pianist Catherine Maguire. “It was not only a wonderful concert, but also a wonderful community event,” Lennox said. Money raised went to the community safety scholarship, which is awarded through the Scadding Court Community Centre Scholarship Program.

enters are up 19.5 per cent, but Tajti explained it’s due to an entry series around the Baby Point area during the summer, but 22 Division has made an arrest that has ended the series. Commercial break and enters are down 30.5 per cent, due in part to an arrest made on the east end of the division, Tajti said. Thefts of vehicles are down 27.7 per cent. Thefts from vehicles have been an issue in 11 Division in the past, but Tajti explained they are down 42.1 per cent over a reduction of 22 per cent in 2012. Translated, that means at this time in 2011, 11 Division had received approximately 800 reports of theft from vehicle verses approximately 300 reports in the same period in 2013.

analyst gives Division lowdown w11Crime Annual Hats, Mitts wand Clothing Drive Const. Robert Tajti, crime analyst for Toronto Police 11 Division, gave the community a summary of year to date crime statistics for the division. Robberies are down 5.5 per cent. Nearly 80 per cent are youth on youth robberies of items including cell phones, Tajti said. Residential break and

The 5th annual Hats, Mitts and Clothing Drive will kick off Nov. 22 from 2 to 4 p.m. at 11 Division. The CPLC collects items, which are distributed to people who need them through various local social service agencies. Last year the drive netted 2,800 items.

p.m. WHERE: Ricoh Coliseum, 100 Princess Gates The fair runs Nov. 1 to 10.

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Sorauren Park Meeting WHEN: 7 p.m. WHERE: Sorauren Park, 50 Wabash Ave. The regular monthly meeting of the Wabash Building Society will discuss park and related issues. Agenda includes Sorauren Town Square, Metrolinx noise wall, upgrades to Charles G. Williams Parkette, Railpath developments and much more.

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Autumn is no time for falls Toronto Central CCAC provides seniors with falls prevention tips Trips and falls can happen to anyone, but they happen more often and have more serious effects on older adults. Each year, about one third of Canadian seniors has a fall. Falls can result in serious injuries, including broken bones. This, in turn, can lead to hospitalization, a loss of independence and in some cases, may even lead to death. These effects on individuals can be devastating, but there are also serious effects to our healthcare system: each year about $1 billion is spent caring for seniors who have fallen. But falls are NOT an unavoidable part of aging. Older adults can take control of their lives, and work with their family doctor and other healthcare professionals to avoid most falls. Dizziness is one common reason for falls. One cause can be medications. Changing the type, dose or timing of a medication can make a big difference – but only with the agreement of one’s pharma-

cist or family doctor. Another cause of dizziness can be low blood sugar – making sure to eat healthy meals and snacks throughout the day is important. Low blood pressure can also be a cause. This may be related to medication, but it can also be caused by dehydration. Making sure to drink water throughout the day can be a simple way to improve low blood pressure. Poor balance can often be improved with gentle exercises or assistive devices like walkers or canes. Installing – and using – hand rails on steps and in bathrooms can

also be a big help. Avoiding trips and slips can mean keeping pathways clear inside and outside the home. Remove small rugs and ensure outside steps and walks are shovelled and salted in the winter. Having good lighting is important, including night lights. Toronto Central CCAC (Community Care Access Centre) assists people to stay at home longer and safely. The CCAC can provide an occupational therapist or physiotherapist to help with these and other falls prevention steps.

Fall prevention tips for seniors: • Wear your glasses and hearing aids • Get rid of clutter on your floors and stairs • Wear proper footwear that provides good support. Don’t wear loose slippers or socks • Focus on one task at a time • Be careful when getting up

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Updated Archway space promotes recovery and wellness >>>from page 1 impact that environment and workspace and the quality of that space has on recovery.” The redesign project began almost one year ago when ARIDO, a professional organization for interior designers in Ontario, reached out to CAMH looking for a way to give back to the community.

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Archway out-patient clinic case manager Franklin, left, Sharon Portelli, Association of Registered Interior Designers of Ontario registrar, Maria Lainas, a case manager, help unveil a mural Thursday created by clients at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health satellite centre.

and improve the interior conditions of the Archway Clinic. The colours were specifically chosen to make the space look bigger, more welcoming and calm. “The colours we basically wanted to lighten the space up and make it more fresh with earth colours,” said Naji Mourani Interior Designer at NORR Limited. The walls were painted, new carpet installed in the foyer of the building and new flooring throughout. Bright art has been hung in all of the rooms and the staff kitchen got a significant upgrade with new cabinets and Zodiaq Solid Surfacing countertops. Jim Davey, corporate volunteer coordinator at

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