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History

A Tradition of Caring

Toronto Star, April 5, 2014 — Providence Healthcare's tradition of providing compassionate care hearkens back more than 150 years, when the organization was established by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Toronto, a Roman Catholic congregation of Sisters from France.

High School Redux

Thompson Citizen, February 26, 2014 — Being a Catholic high school graduate wasn't high on the list of things top of mind when I moved to Manitoba in 2007.

Preserving a historic house

When the Sisters moved into their new home at 2 O’Connor Drive on March 12, 2013, their dwelling place incorporated the John F. Taylor house into the newly built residence. The Taylor house at 2 O’Connor Drive and Broadview Avenue is a designated heritage property registered with the City of Toronto. By restoring this house, the Sisters of St. Joseph have maintained a link to the history of the former municipality of East York.

St. Joseph’s-on-the-Lake: A Look Back

From Along the Shore: Rediscovering Toronto's Waterfront Heritage - A short distance to the east, the Sisters of St. Joseph established St. Joseph’s-on-the-Lake Convent and Novitiate in 1918. The imperious three-story neo-Gothic structure stood near the highest point of the Bluffs, until it was torn down to make room for development in the early 1960s. 

New book commemorates century of caring at Comox hospital

Comix Valley Record, November 4, 2013 — St. Joseph's General Hospital launched its new commemorative book Friday, celebrating 100 years of service to the Comox Valley.

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