Just the same as the Juravinski's in Hamilton, they keep donating to Hamilton Health Sciences so far they have their names on three buildings one at St. Joseph, Juravinski Cancer Center, and Juravinski Hospital (the rebuilt Henderson Hospital) only one tower remains at the moment called The Nora Frances Henderson tower. Now I have heard they want to tear it down and replace it with a state of the art patient tower. Still keeping the Nora Frances name. (The original building was opened in 1954)Good to know this is in the planning stages.
Despite many significant infrastructure investments, as with transit, the list is long and much it urgent/overdue.
Princess Margaret is seriously overcapacity from what I here; Scarborough General, in some wings 2 generations behind, The hospital in Grimsby is on its last legs too.
It would be nice if some of the most affluent Ontarians would contribute on a higher level to the infrastructure need.
Jim Pattison out in BC donated 75M to St. Paul's hospital.
His net worth is round 5B
The richest Ontario family is worth about 8x that number.
A comparable donation would therefore be... 600M
Just a thought.
Yup, the the original, plus the new bridges across Queen at the Eaton Centre and across Shuter at St Mikes, puts this new one to shame.
Unfortunately PoMo is solidly in that "it has no value" phase of architecture. You are about 20 years too early, unfortunately. People are only just now really starting to love brutalist architecture and other mid-century styles again.
I was soooo bored that I pushed my brother in law across this bridge when my niece (his daughter) was having open heart surgery. Had to Kill 13 hours somehow lol
Let me make those white fins red then:Yup, the the original, plus the new bridges across Queen at the Eaton Centre and across Shuter at St Mikes, puts this new one to shame.
Also, the yellow fins are great… but the white ones? A big whoop-de-duh-uh. Those should have been red.