. St Michael's Hospital was founded in 1892 by the Sisters of St Joseph who operated the Notre Dame des Anges a boarding house for working women Originally an old Baptist church the hospital on Bond Street was created in response to care for the poor population in the south end of Toronto The hospital opened with a bed capacity of 26 and a staff of six doctors and four graduate nurses Within a year it was expanded to include two large wards and an emergency department As early as 1894 St Michael's Hospital started receiving medical students it negotiated a formal agreement with the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Toronto in 1920 that continues to this day By 1912 bed capacity had reached 300 and a five-room operating suite was added Ongoing physical expansion most prominent in the 1960s increased the original 26-bed facility to a high of 900 beds Between 1892 and 1974 St Michael's school of nursing graduated 81 classes totalling 5,177 graduates the school was closed in 1974 when nursing education was moved into the province's community college system Thereafter the hospital opened a school for medical record librarians the first in Canada and also participated in the preparation of dietitians and X-ray and laboratory technologists In March 2010 the hospital re-branded itself simply as St Michael's to reflect its growing movement into medical research At the same time a new motto: "Inspired Care Inspiring Science." was also revealed Public transportation in Toronto dates back to 1849 with the creation of a horse-drawn stagecoach company Today Toronto's mass transit is primarily made up of a system of subways buses and streetcars covering approximately 1,200 km (750 mi) of routes operated by the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) and inter-regional commuter rail and bus service is provided by GO Transit Contents. . ; . . .
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