The Remembering Oak Ridge Digital Archive and Exhibit has benefited from the assistance and support of a vast number of people throughout its creation. I am deeply appreciative.
Howard E. Barbaree, VP Research & Academics, Waypoint Centre for Mental Health Care (Penetanguishene, ON)
Alexandra Rutherford, Professor, Department of Psychology, York University (Toronto, ON)
John Court, Archivist and Assistant Professor, CAMH Archives and Department of Psychiatry, University of Toronto (Toronto, ON)
In addition to the Supervisors listed above, the Steering Committee members included: Carol Lambie, Russel Fleming, Lorraine Smith, Laurene Hilderley, Brian Jones, Bob Savage, Jennifer Dusome, Laura Ball, and Katherine McCleary.
Additional Thanks to:
Archival materials were made available thanks to the Waypoint Centre for Mental Health Care, the Archives of Ontario, the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) Archives, the Canadian Broadcasting Company (CBC) Digital Archives, and the Midland Mirror.
In addition to those named above, the following individuals provided essential assistance and support during the creation of this exhibit: Trent Maracle, Cameron Robitaille, Jolene Wintermute, Jim Middaugh, Heather Stewart, Kristi Lalonde, Judy Payne, Andre-Luc Beauregard, Ryan Cole, Trevor Young, and Christopher Green. Thanks are also extended to the members of the Research & Academics and Communications divisions of the Waypoint Centre for Mental Health Care as well as the PsyBorgs research group at York University and - although they were disbanded by the time this project was undertaken - the members of the Mental Health Centre Penetanguishene History Committee.
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