For those who aren't familiar with this place, a brief background.
Dorea opened up some time in the 1950s although this can not be verified and closed it's doors around 1995.
There was originally around 11 buildings on the campus including a Catholic church which came down during the ice storm of 1998.
Dorea was used to house, educate orphans that were mislabeled as insane. This was part of a political scheme between the Duplesis government and the Catholic church. They would relabel orphans as insane in order to appropriate more money from the federal government.
Today, many of these institutions have been closed or renamed since the scandal came to light.
Fast forward to more recently and the dorea property is now owned by a small real estate company. On the 1st of October 2017 a fire leveled 2 of the buildings.
A few months back the city of Franklin gave the owners an ultimatum to either sell the property or demolish it.
Recently I went to visit the site to see if it's been demolished and it appears that aside from the 2 buildings taken down by fire there is one in the back that has been taken down.