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European 5,088,240 56% Education in the Greater Toronto Area is managed by the provincial Ministry of Education who manages preschool elementary and secondary education while the provincial Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development administers laws relating to tertiary education including post-secondary education and vocational schools Primary and secondary education, 205 Richmond Street is one of three buildings that forms OCAD's southern campus From 1952 to 1957 OCA was located at the Wood Manor at Bayview Avenue and Lawrence Avenue East The current OCAD campus consists of a north campus and a south campus the north campus includes the Main Building and Sharp Centre for Design the adjacent Butterfield Park the Annex Building the Rosalie Sharp Pavilion the Student Centre the Inclusive Design Institute and the Continuing Education Centre the south campus consists of buildings that are physically situated on Richmond Street West plus the proposed Mirvish-Gehry development further south on King Street Buildings at OCAD are referred to by their street addresses. Some buildings are also assigned a building number that is encoded as the first digit in 4-digit room numbers Academic buildings. . 7.2 Assistant administrators Hawthorn School for Girls, Toronto General Hospital is a major teaching hospital in downtown Toronto Toronto is home to twenty public hospitals including the Hospital for Sick Children Mount Sinai Hospital St Michael's Hospital North York General Hospital Toronto General Hospital Toronto Western Hospital Etobicoke General Hospital St Joseph's Health Centre Scarborough General Hospital Scarborough Grace Hospital Centenary Hospital Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) and Princess Margaret Cancer Centre many of which are affiliated with the University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine In 2007 Toronto was reported as having some of the longer average ER wait times in Ontario Toronto hospitals at the time employed a system of triage to ensure life-threatening injuries receive rapid treatment. After initial screening initial assessments by physicians were completed within the waiting rooms themselves for greater efficiency within a median of 1.2 hours Tests consultations and initial treatments were also provided within waiting rooms 50% of patients waited 4 hours before being transferred from the emergency room to another room the least-urgent 10% of cases wait over 12 hours the extended waiting-room times experienced by some patients were attributed to an overall shortage of acute care beds Toronto's MaRS Discovery District is a centre for research in biomedicine Toronto's Discovery District is a centre of research in biomedicine It is on a 2.5-square-kilometre (620-acre) research park that is integrated into Toronto's downtown core It is also home to the Medical and Related Sciences Centre (MaRS), which was created in 2000 to capitalize on the research and innovation strength of the Province of Ontario Another institute is the McLaughlin Centre for Molecular Medicine (MCMM) Specialized hospitals are also outside of the downtown core These hospitals include the Baycrest Health Sciences geriatric hospital and the Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital for children with disabilities Toronto is also host to a wide variety of health-focused non-profit organizations that work to address specific illnesses for Toronto Ontario and Canadian residents Organizations include Crohn's and Colitis Canada the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada the Canadian Cancer Society the Alzheimer Society of Canada Alzheimer Society of Ontario and Alzheimer Society of Toronto all situated in the same office at Yonge and Eglinton the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation the Canadian Foundation for AIDS Research Cystic Fibrosis Canada the Canadian Mental Health Association the ALS Society of Canada and many others These organizations work to help people within the GTA Ontario or Canada who are affected by these illnesses as well most engage in fundraising to promote research services and public awareness Transportation, Home arenas and practice facilities Toronto is home to the Toronto Maple Leafs one of the National Hockey League's Original Six clubs and has also served as home to the Hockey Hall of Fame since 1958 the city had a rich history of ice hockey championships Along with the Maple Leafs' 13 Stanley Cup titles the Toronto Marlboros and St Michael's College School-based Ontario Hockey League teams combined have won a record 12 Memorial Cup titles the Toronto Marlies of the American Hockey League also play in Toronto at Coca-Cola Coliseum and are the farm team for the Maple Leafs The Toronto Blue Jays host the Detroit Tigers at the Rogers Centre in April 2008 The city is home to the Toronto Blue Jays professional baseball team of Major League Baseball (MLB) the team has won two World Series titles (1992 1993) the Blue Jays play their home games at the Rogers Centre in the downtown core Toronto has a long history of minor-league professional baseball dating back to the 1800s culminating in the Toronto Maple Leafs baseball team whose owner first proposed an MLB team for Toronto The Toronto Raptors entered the National Basketball Association (NBA) in 1995 and have since earned eleven playoff spots and five Atlantic Division titles in 24 seasons They won their inaugural NBA title in 2019 the Raptors are the only NBA team with their own television channel NBA TV Canada They and the Maple Leafs play their home games at the Scotiabank Arena in 2016 Toronto hosted the 65th NBA All-Star game the first to be held outside the United States The city is represented in the Canadian Football League by the Toronto Argonauts who have won 17 Grey Cup titles and play in BMO Field Toronto is represented in Major League Soccer by the Toronto FC who have won six Canadian Championship titles as well as the MLS Cup in 2017 They share BMO Field with the Toronto Argonauts Toronto has a high level of participation in soccer across the city at several smaller stadiums and fields Toronto FC entered the league as an expansion team BMO Field is an outdoor stadium that is home to the CFL's Toronto Argonauts and MLS's Toronto FC The Toronto Rock is the city's National Lacrosse League team They won five National Lacrosse League Cup titles in seven years in the late 1990s and the first decade of the 21st century appearing in an NLL record five straight championship games from 1999 to 2003 and are first all-time in the number of Champion's Cups won the Rock share the Scotiabank Arena with the Maple Leafs and the Raptors Toronto has hosted several National Football League exhibition games at the Rogers Centre Ted Rogers leased the Buffalo Bills from Ralph Wilson for the purposes of having the Bills play eight home games in the city between 2008 and 2013 The Toronto Wolfpack became Canada's first professional rugby league team and the world's first transatlantic professional sports team when they began play in the Rugby Football League's League One competition in 2017 Toronto is home to the Toronto Rush a semi-professional ultimate team that competes in the American Ultimate Disc League (AUDL). Ultimate (disc) in Canada has its beginning roots in Toronto with 3300 players competing annually in the Toronto Ultimate Club (League) Collegiate sports. .