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.
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.
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.
The Catholic Register, October 12, 2013 — One of Toronto’s oldest Catholic schools, St. Joseph Catholic Elementary School, is celebrating a century and a half of shaping the lives of the children of Leslieville in the city’s east end.