Ontario Makes Historic Investment in Long-Term Care
Includes 140 spaces in King-Vaughan
March 22, 2021
King-Vaughan — The Ontario government is making an historic investment in 80 new long-term care projects — including one in King-Vaughan that will lead to 76 new and 64 upgraded long-term care spaces. These spaces are part of the government’s delivery of 30,000 much-needed long-term care spaces over ten years.
The project is:
Mariann Nursing Home and Residence has been allocated 76 new and 64 upgraded spaces to create a 140-bed home through the construction of a new building in King City.
In addition to modernizing the long-term care sector, these projects will help reduce waitlists and end hallway medicine. Province-wide, these investments also support key government priorities, including eliminating three and four bed ward rooms, creating campuses of care and providing new spaces for Indigenous, Francophone and other cultural community residents.