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Cataraqui Building - 92 Barrie Street

Cataraqui Building main entranceLocation: The Cataraqui Building is located on Barrie Street, South of the Biosciences Complex and Deacon Walk.


There is a side door on the North side but it is not accessible.

The main entrance to Cataraqui Building is accessible with a level entrance and an automatic door opener.


Building Accessibility Features

Corridors: There are doors that act as barriers in the corridors. These doors do not have operator buttons. There are no lifts or ramps in corridors.

Elevators: The only elevator in the building is a freight elevator. The doors are very heavy and require a high reach and a great deal of strength to pull. It is not recommended to use this elevator alone.

Wayfinding: The signage for this building is located on the left side of the building beside the main entrance doors, facing east.

Washrooms: There is a single-user accessible washroom with no power door on level 1 (Room 124) and level 2 (Room 215).

Services: There is a private breastfeeding room on the main floor in Room 117. It is designated as a safe and quiet place to breastfeed and or use a breast pump. /The room is also equipped with change tables, electrical outlets, comfortable seating, and educational information for families. There is an assistance phone on level 1 by the front entrance.

Parking: Permit parking is available in the parking lot behind Humphrey Hall. The entrance to this parking lot is on Arch Street. There is time-limited parking on Barrie, Court and Bagot Streets and one accessible meter space on Stuart Street at George Street.

Water Fountain: There is an accessible water fountain with bottle fill station on level 1 by Room 133.

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