Reminder: Queen & McCaul intersection closure

 

Monday, October 16, 2017

This is a reminder that TTC track reconstruction is taking place at the Queen and McCaul St. intersection through to November 6.

Part of the City’s 2017 Capital Works Program, the work will repair the tracks and bring sidewalks to AODA compliance. The construction may impede access to the parking lot under 230 Richmond St. W. 

Further information is posted on our homepage Service Disruption Alerts.

Material Art & Design's Associate Professor Ken Vickerson has work coming up for Auction at Waddington's here in Toronto on November 30th.
Katherine Roos, OCAD University
OCAD University’s business incubator, Imagination Catalyst, participated in InnovateTO150 on Friday, November 3. More than 50 of Toronto’s best innovation-minded startups and entrepreneurs were featured at the event  ̶  a startup showcase and pitch competition organized by the City of Toronto and the four Toronto-based universities.
Dr. Peter Jones announces chapter publications from earlier this year.
Two men holding up a large silk scarf depicting a man looking at the ocean
Dr. John Semple, world-renowned breast cancer surgeon and Chair, OCAD University Board of Governors, has collaborated with Canadian fashion designer David Dixon on a Women’s College Hospital Foundation fundraising initiative
OCAD University’s Board of Governors has elected Jaime Watt, Executive Chairman, Navigator Ltd., as Chair of the Board of Governors for a one-year term as of November 11, 2017. He succeeds outgoing Chair Dr. John Semple.
OCADU Health & Wellness Centre will be closed Friday November 10th, 2017
OCAD U Graduate Studies extends congratulations to recent Interdisciplinary Master's in Art, Media and Design program alumna Esmaa Mohamoud (MFA, 2016)
image of tiny figures made by children
On Thursday, November 2, Yorkville Village and OCAD University launched the fourth annual Yorkville Village Arts Festival with a gala evening.
Monday, October 16, 2017

This is a reminder that TTC track reconstruction is taking place at the Queen and McCaul St. intersection through to November 6.

Part of the City’s 2017 Capital Works Program, the work will repair the tracks and bring sidewalks to AODA compliance. The construction may impede access to the parking lot under 230 Richmond St. W. 

Further information is posted on our homepage Service Disruption Alerts.