Province expanding and upgrading long-term care facilities across Ontario

 

 The Province announced it is expanding long-term care facilities through 80 projects across Ontario.

These projects include building 7,510 new spaces as well as upgrading 4,197 existing spaces, and more than 60 of the 80 projects involve the construction of brand-new buildings.

Brampton's Guru Nanak Long-Term Care Centre has been allocated 160 new spaces, and the project will result in a new home in Brampton that will service the Punjabi and Sikh communities.

Also in Brampton, Indus Community Services will be getting 192 new spaces, and the project will result in a new home that will service South Asian communities.

Mississauga's Tyndall Seniors Village will be getting 73 new and 151 upgraded spaces, which, through the construction of a new building, will result in a new, 224-bed home.

Also in Mississauga, Ivan Franko Homes Village will be getting 43 new and 85 upgraded spaces, the project will result in a 128-bed home that will serve the Ukrainian community.

Burlington's CAMA Woodlands Long-Term Care Home will be getting 64 new spaces, and, through the construction of a new building, the project will result in a 192-bed home.

Milton's Excelligent Care will be getting 192 new spaces, and the project will result in a new home that will service the Muslin community.

Also in Milton, Mill Pond Manor will be getting 224 new spaces, which will result in a new home that will provide dialysis care.

Hamilton's Shalom Village Nursing Home will be getting 76 new and 60 upgraded spaces, and the project will result in a 200-bed home that will serve the Jewish community.

Also in Hamilton, St. Peter’s Residence at Chedoke will be getting 64 new spaces, and the project will result in a 285-bed home.

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