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LAST UPDATE: December 2 2020
New development plans to integrate facade of Bloor Collegiate Institute
1927: School completed.
1924: Separate building purchased from T. Eaton Company and converted into a gymnasium.
1938: Addition consisting of classrooms and a library.
1949: Addition of two gymnasiums, an auditorium and dressing/shower rooms designed by C.E. Cyril Dyson.
1964: Addition of new classrooms as well as renovations of the existing buildings.
The land on which the school was built was bought from Captain John E. Denison who had received it as a gift from Lord Simcoe, the Governor at the time. TDSB Land Parcel includes Bloor Collegiate Institute, Kent Senior Public School, and Brockton High School.
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TDSB will invest $12-14 million into renovations of the Brockton
building to accommodate the programs of Bloor CI and ALPHA
Aerial renderings show at Bloordufferin.com
Visioning group issuing survey for Bloor-Dufferin community hub
Redevelopment Projects-Bloor/Dufferin, North York, 7.3 acres,
In progress. Purchased by Capital Developments. Site not yet closed as 30,000 sqft is
being developed into a community hub
... Designed by Hariri Pontarini Architects, with Giannone Petricone Associates consulting on the retail design, landscape architects gh3, and heritage specialists ERA Architects, the Bloor & Dufferin redevelopment would see the construction of 9 n
TDSB web page
A development application calls for several mixed-use bu
A replacement high school will also be built on the site of Brockton High School, which has been closed for a number of years. The proposed space will be the new home for the Bloor Collegiate Institute and Alpha II Senior Alternative School. It will ac
Bloor and Dufferin is an important intersection in our growing city. There are 7.3 acres of Toronto
District School Board (TDSB) property that have been declared surplus on the southeast corner (see
area outlined in white abo
Dyson, Charles Edmund Cyril entry; Bloor Collegiate Institute.
Detailed information on redevelopment plans.
Year completed; additions.
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