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October 21, 2022
Over the past few months, crews worked to erect the new pedestrian bridge over Elizabeth St. that will connect the Atrium to our future Patient Support Centre.
September 16, 2022
The Patient Support Centre (PSC) has reached the highest point of construction – a milestone known as “topping off”. The PSC is a critical first step in Project Horizon, SickKids’ campus redevelopment.
October 22, 2019
A new SickKids is rising – we recently broke ground on the new Patient Support Centre, the first critical phase of our campus redevelopment, Project Horizon.
June 27, 2019
Ontario Premier Doug Ford visited SickKids with Christine Elliott, Deputy Premier and Minister of Health and Laurie Scott, the Minister of Infrastructure and Robin Martin, Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Health.
June 3, 2019
Peter Gilgan Foundation donates gift of $100 million, the largest single gift ever to SickKids. The donation will support the SickKids VS Limits campaign, a key element of which involves building a new patient care tower on University Avenue, which will be named the Peter Gilgan Family Patient Care Tower.
March 23, 2018
SickKids has received a commitment from the Government of Ontario of up to $2.4 billion to build a world-class state-of-the-art facility for patients and families. This historic and significant investment will enable SickKids to deliver leading-edge care to the most critically ill children in Ontario for generations to come.
August 10, 2015
From August 10 to 21 we are hosting an online community engagement forum asking: How might we build the SickKids facilities of the future to best optimize the experience for patients, families and providers?