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1 Northwestern Avenue
Toronto, ON
M6M 2J7
Contact: Robert Adair
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The Harold and Grace Baker Centre is a non-profit residence situated on park-like grounds in a quiet area of West Toronto. The Harold & Grace Baker Centre is overseen by a volunteer Board of Directors and managed by Revera Inc. The Harold and Grace Baker Centre offers a warm and friendly social environment, with a wide array of recreational interests and twice weekly outings on the Buttercup Coach. Entertainment, movie nights, and cocktail hour in the beautifully renovated Steele Lounge are all part of the fun. Personalized care and services are available to meet the unique and changing needs of each resident. Trial, respite and short-term stay options are available. We also have a Long Term Care Centre on site.

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