The official laying of the cornerstone of the original Provincial Lunatic Asylum by the Honourable Chief Justice John Beverley Robinson.
Dr. Joseph Workman takes over as Medical Superintendent, focussing on the moral therapy program and training and hiring skilled staff to meet patient needs.
The east and west walls are moved and rebuilt using original materials, reducing the site to its current size of 27 acres.
A new facility in Whitby opens to replace the one on Queen Street; however, both continue to be utilized.
Active Treatment Units 1 and 2 and the Paul Christie Community Centre open.
Active Treatment Units 3 and 4 are complete.
The former Superintendent’s Residence (later Nurses’ Residence) is demolished.
The Joseph Workman Auditorium opens.
The "Asylum for the Insane, Mimico," renamed as the "Lakeshore Psychiatric Hospital" in 1966, is closed and partly re-merges with Queen Street.
CAMH is formed with the merger of the Queen Street Mental Health Centre, Clarke Institute of Psychiatry, Addiction Research Foundation and Donwood Institute.