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Global News at 5:30 Toronto
September 30 2020 6:08pm

Toronto’s first ‘open-air school’ responded to health crises a century ago

The first Toronto “open-air school” with an accessible rooftop was built for children with tuberculosis more than a century ago. Melanie Zettler visits the TDSB’s Orde Street Public School downtown to get a history lesson on how public health and the school board responded to the TB health crisis.

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