About the consultations

The Ministry of Long-Term Care conducts ongoing consultations to gather public input before deciding on a licensing proposal for a long-term care home. Licensing transactions may include, for example, transferring a licence to a new owner or location, or issuing a new licence post-redevelopment.

These consultations are for anyone — including long-term care home residents, families, staff and other community members — to provide their opinions on a proposed licensing transaction relating to a long-term care home.

As part of the ministry's review, the director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 will consider submissions before making a final decision.

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Cambridge Country Manor #2 — Project #24-035

The development of a 128-bed long-term care home in Cambridge

Closing date: March 30, 2024

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Caressant Care Nursing and Retirement Homes Limited (the Proposed Licensee) for issuing long-term care home licence for Cambridge Country Manor, a 79-bed long term care home currently located at 3680 Speedsville Road, in Cambridge, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the redevelopment of the home’s existing 79 long-term care beds
  • the development of 9 long-term care beds from Caressant Care Harriston and 7 long-term care beds from Caressant Care Fergus
  • the development of 33 additional long-term care beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care (the “Ministry”), to be included in the proposed 128-bed development project, subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 128 “new” beds at the Replacement Home to be located at 3680 Speedsville Road, in Cambridge. The licence would be issued following the completion of the development

How to participate

The management of this consultation has been delegated by the Director, Capital Planning Branch, to an independent third-party, Hill+Knowlton Strategies.

There are three ways to participate in this consultation:

  1. Share your feedback by email at LTCHomes.Licensing@hkstrategies.ca
  2. Share your feedback by mail to:
    Long-Term Care License Consultations
    c/o Hill+Knowlton Strategies
    50 O’Connor Street, Suite 1115
    Ottawa, Ontario K1P 6L2
  3. Present them orally at a Zoom public meeting, to be held on March 7, 2024 at 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. There are two options to join this public meeting,
    • By Videoconference: Join online via the following link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88559849893
    • By Phone: Dial-in to the public meeting using the following Zoom dial-in information 647-374-4685 or 647-558-0588. When prompted, please key in the participant passcode 885 5984 9893#. Please key in any digit if prompted to provide a participant ID.

Please include the name of the long-term care home and quote Project #24-035 on all written submissions.

Schlegel Villages – Barrie — Project #24-037

The development of a 192-bed long-term care home in Barrie

Closing date: March 23, 2024

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Schlegel Villages Inc. (the licensee) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Schlegel Villages – Barrie (the home), a 112-bed long term care home currently located at 140 Cundles Rd. W., in Barrie, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the transfer and redevelopment of the Home’s 112 beds at the North West corner of Mapleview Drive in Barrie, Ontario (the “replacement home”)
  • the development of 80 additional long-term care beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care (the “ministry”) to be included in the proposed 192-bed redevelopment project, subject to project approval and meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 192 “new” beds at the replacement home, following the redevelopment

How to participate

The management of this consultation has been delegated by the Director, Capital Planning Branch, to an independent third-party, Hill+Knowlton Strategies.

There are two ways to participate in this consultation:

  1. Share your feedback by email at LTCHomes.Licensing@hkstrategies.ca
  2. Share your feedback by mail to:
    Long-Term Care License Consultations
    c/o Hill+Knowlton Strategies
    50 O’Connor Street, Suite 1115
    Ottawa, Ontario K1P 6L2

Please include the name of the long-term care home and quote Project #24-037 on all written submissions.

Foyer St-Viateur Nursing Home — Project #24-041

The development of a 128-bed long-term care home in Limoges

Closing date: March 13, 2024

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Genesis Gardens Inc. (the licensee) for issuing a long-term care home licence Foyer St-Viateur Nursing Home (the home), a 128-bed long term care home currently located at 1003 Limoges Road South, Limoges, in Embrun, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the transfer and upgrade of the Home’s 57 beds at a new site to be located at 2172 RTE 500 West in Embrun, Ontario (the “replacement home”)
  • the development of 71 additional “new” long-term care beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care (the “ministry”) to be included in the proposed 128-bed development project, subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the issuance of a licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 128 "new" beds at the home, following the redevelopment

How to participate

The management of this consultation has been delegated by the Director, Capital Planning Branch, to an independent third-party, Hill+Knowlton Strategies.

There are two ways to participate in this consultation:

  1. Share your feedback by email at LTCHomes.Licensing@hkstrategies.ca
  2. Share your feedback by mail to:
    Long-Term Care License Consultations
    c/o Hill+Knowlton Strategies
    50 O’Connor Street, Suite 1115
    Ottawa, Ontario K1P 6L2

Please include the name of the long-term care home and quote Project #24-041 on all written submissions.

Schlegel Villages - Richmond Hill — Project #24-040

The development of a 240-bed long-term care home in Richmond Hill

Closing date: March 13, 2024

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Schlegel Villages Inc. (the licensee) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Schlegel Villages -Richmond Hill (the home), a 240-bed long term care home proposed to be located at 11300 Yonge St, in Richmond Hill, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the development of 240 long-term care beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care to be included in the proposed 240-bed development project, subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the issuance of a licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 240 "new" beds at the Home, following the development

How to participate

The management of this consultation has been delegated by the Director, Capital Planning Branch, to an independent third-party, Hill+Knowlton Strategies.

There are two ways to participate in this consultation:

  1. Share your feedback by email at LTCHomes.Licensing@hkstrategies.ca
  2. Share your feedback by mail to:
    Long-Term Care License Consultations
    c/o Hill+Knowlton Strategies
    50 O’Connor Street, Suite 1115
    Ottawa, Ontario K1P 6L2

Please include the name of the long-term care home and quote Project #24-040 on all written submissions.

Centre d'Accueil Roger Seguin — Project #24-039

The development of a 128-bed long-term care home in Clarence Creek

Closing date: March 13, 2024

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Centre d'Accueil Roger Séguin (the licensee) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Centre d'Accueil Roger Séguin (the home), a 128-bed long term care home currently located at 435 Lemay Street, in Clarence Creek, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the redevelopment of 110 of the Home’s existing beds to be located on Lafleur Street
  • the development of 15 additional long-term care beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care to be included in the proposed 128-bed project, subject to project approval and meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the issuance of a licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of up to 128 "new" beds at the Home, following the redevelopment

How to participate

The management of this consultation has been delegated by the Director, Capital Planning Branch, to an independent third-party, Hill+Knowlton Strategies.

There are two ways to participate in this consultation:

  1. Share your feedback by email at LTCHomes.Licensing@hkstrategies.ca
  2. Share your feedback by mail to:
    Long-Term Care License Consultations
    c/o Hill+Knowlton Strategies
    50 O’Connor Street, Suite 1115
    Ottawa, Ontario K1P 6L2

Please include the name of the long-term care home and quote Project #24-039 on all written submissions.

Carveth Care Centre — Project #24-038

The redevelopment of a 104-bed long-term care home in Gananoque

Closing date: March 13, 2024

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Carveth Nursing Home Limited (the licensee) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Carveth Care Centre (the home), a 104-bed long term care home located at 375 James Street, in Gananoque, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the redevelopment of the home’s 104 existing long-term care beds
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 104 “new” beds at the Home, following the redevelopment

How to participate

The management of this consultation has been delegated by the Director, Capital Planning Branch, to an independent third-party, Hill+Knowlton Strategies.

There are two ways to participate in this consultation:

  1. Share your feedback by email at LTCHomes.Licensing@hkstrategies.ca
  2. Share your feedback by mail to:
    Long-Term Care License Consultations
    c/o Hill+Knowlton Strategies
    50 O’Connor Street, Suite 1115
    Ottawa, Ontario K1P 6L2

Please include the name of the long-term care home and quote Project #24-038 on all written submissions.

Closed consultations and decisions

Belmont House — Project #24-035

The development of a 240-bed long-term care home in Toronto

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Belmont House (the “Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Belmont House (the “home”), a 140-bed long-term care home located at 55 Belmont Street, Toronto, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the development of 100 new long-term care beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care at the new home at the current location
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 240 "new" beds, following the development of the home

Extendicare Ottawa #2 — Project #24-034

The licence transfer of a 256-bed long-term care home in Orleans.

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Extendicare (Canada) Inc. (the “Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Extendicare Ottawa #2, a proposed 256-bed long-term care home to be located at 1045 Noella Leclair Way in Orleans, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the transfer of the home’s licence from Extendicare (Canada) Inc. (the “Current Licensee”) a for-profit entity to Axium Extendicare LTC GP Inc. and Extendicare LTC Managing GP Inc. (the “Proposed Licensee”), a for-profit entity

Clarion Nursing Home — Project #24-033

The licence transfer of a 160-bed long-term care home in Stoney Creek

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Clarion Nursing Home Limited (the “Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Clarion Nursing Home (the “home”), a 100-bed long-term care home located at 337 Highway #8 in Stoney Creek, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the transfer of the home’s licence from Clarion Nursing Home Limited (the “Current Licensee”) a for-profit entity to Madison Village Inc. (the “Proposed Licensee”), a for-profit entity

Schlegel Villages - Hamilton — Project #24-032

The development of two 256-bed long-term care homes in Hamilton

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Schlegel Villages Inc. (the “Proposed Licensee”) for issuing long-term care home licences for Schlegel Villages-Hamilton, two 256-bed long-term care homes proposed to be located at 290 Fennell Ave West, Hamilton, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the transfer and redevelopment of 64 “C” beds from Hamilton Continuing Care to the new site
  • the development of 448 long-term care beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care (the “ministry”), subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the approval and issuance of two new licences with a term of 30 years each for the operation of 256 long-term care beds at each home

Missanabie Cree-Maskwa Elder's Care Home — Project #24-031

The development of a 192-bed long-term care home in Sault Ste. Marie

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Missanabie Cree First Nation for issuing long-term care home licence for Missanabie Cree-Maskwa Elder's Care Home, a 192-bed long term care home proposed to be located at 860 Great Northern Rd., Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  1. the development of 192 "new" long-term care beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care (the “ministry”) to be included in the proposed 192-bed development project, subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  2. the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years or a long-term care Home Approval (the “Approval”) for the operation of 192 "new" beds at the New Home, following the development

Crescent Manor — Project #24-030

The redevelopment of a 96-bed long-term care home in Brockville

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from 955464 Ontario Limited (the “Proposed Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Crescent Manor (the “Home”), a 96-bed long-term care home located at 4 Hagey Avenue, Fort Erie, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the redevelopment of 68 beds from Crescent Park Lodge to be located at the current location
  • the development of 28 new long-term care beds to be included in the proposed 96-bed development project, subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 96 “new” beds, following the redevelopment of the home

Montfort — Project #24-029

The licence transfer of a 128-bed long-term care home in Ottawa

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Revera Long Term Care Inc. (the “Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Montfort (the “Home”), a 128-bed long-term care home located at 705 Montreal Road, Ottawa, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the request involves the transfer of the home’s licence from Revera Long Term Care Inc. (the “Current Licensee”) a for-profit entity to Santé Montfort (the “Proposed Licensee”) a non-profit entity

Sherwood Park Manor — Project #24-028

The redevelopment of a 107-bed long-term care home in Brockville

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Sherwood Park Manor (the “Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Sherwood Park Manor (the “Home”), a 107-bed long-term care home located at 1814 County Road 2 East, Brockville, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the upgrade of 75 existing beds at the home’s current location
  • the development of 21 new long-term care beds to be included in the proposed 96-bed development project, subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • 32 existing beds that are not part of the redevelopment
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of up to 128 "new" beds, following the redevelopment of the home

Schlegel Villages-Ottawa — Project #24-027

The development of a 256-bed long-term care home in Ottawa

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Schlegel Villages Inc., (the “Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Schlegel Villages-Ottawa (the “Home”), a 256-bed long-term care (LTC) proposed to be developed at 1053 Carling Ave., Ottawa, Ontario. 

The proposal involves:

  • the development of 256 long-term care beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care (the “ministry”) to be included in the proposed 256-bed development project, subject to ministry approval and meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 (the “FLTCA”)
  • the approval and the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 256 "new" beds, following the development of the home

Southbridge Exeter — Project #24-026

The redevelopment of a 160-bed long-term care home in Exeter

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from CVH (No. 8) LP by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc.) (the “Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Southbridge Exeter (the “Home”), a 160-bed long-term care home located at Snider Crescent, Exeter, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the development of 37 "new" long-term care beds, allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care to be included in the proposed development project, subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the transfer of 60 existing long-term care beds from Queensway Long Term Care Home subject to receiving approval for the transfer under the “Act”
  • the transfer of 63 existing long-term care beds from Seaforth Long Term Care Home, subject to receiving approval for the transfer under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the closure of the two (2) homes, Queensway Long Term Care Home located in Hensall and Seaforth Long Term Care Home located in Seaforth, following the redevelopment of the Replacement Home
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 160 "new" beds at the Replacement Home, following the development

Avalon Care Centre — Project #24-025

The redevelopment of a 137-bed long-term care home in Orangeville

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal 488491 Ontario Inc., an affiliate of Jarlette Ltd. (the “Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Avalon Care Centre (the “Home”), a 137-bed long-term care home located at 355 Broadway, Orangeville, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the upgrade of the existing 137 beds at the home’s current location
  • the development of 23 new long-term care beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care (the “ministry”) to be included in the proposed 160-bed development project, subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 160 "new" beds, following the redevelopment of the home

Wildwood Care Centre — Project #24-023

The licence transfer of 60-bed long-term care home in St. Marys

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a licence transfer request from Wildwood Care Centre Inc. (the “Current Licensee”) related to Wildwood Care Centre (the “Home”), a 60-bed long-term care home located at 100 Ann Street, St. Marys, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the transfer of the 60-bed licence from the Current Licensee to Omni Healthcare (Wildwood) Limited Partnership by its general partner Omni Health (Wildwood) GP Ltd. (the “Proposed Licensee”)

Rainy River First Nation - Emo — Project #24-022

The development of a new 64-bed long-term care home in Rainy River First Nations

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Rainy River First Nations for issuing a long-term care home licence for Rainy River First Nations, a new 64-bed long-term care home proposed to be developed on Bear Street Rainy River First Nations, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the development of 64 "new" long-term care beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care (the “ministry”) to be included in the proposed 64-bed development project, subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 64 "new" beds at the New Home, following the development

Delhi Long Term Care Centre — Project #24-021

The redevelopment of a 60-bed long-term care home in Delhi

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Delhi Nursing Home Ltd. (the “Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Delhi Long Term Care Centre (the “Home”), a 60-bed long-term care home located at 750 Gibraltar Street, Delhi, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the upgrade of the existing 60 beds at the home’s current location
  • the development of 68 new long-term care beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care (the “ministry”) to be included in the proposed 128-bed development project, subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the approval of the licence transfer from Delhi Nursing Home Ltd. to peopleCare Communities Inc.
  • the approval of the bed transfers and the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 128 "new" beds, following the redevelopment of the home

Finlandia Hoivakoti Nursing Home — Project #24-020

The redevelopment of a 112-bed long-term care home in Greater Sudbury

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Finlandia Nursing Home Limited (the “Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Finlandia Hoivakoti Nursing Home (the “Home”), a 112-bed long-term care home located at 233 Fourth Avenue, Greater Sudbury, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the development of 30 new long-term care beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care (the “ministry”) to be included in the proposed 32-bed development project, subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of all 142 "new" beds at the home, following the development OR the issuance of a new licence with a term of 30 year for the operation of 32 "new" beds at the home, following the development

Chartwell Ballycliffe — Project #24-019

The licence transfer of Chartwell Ballycliffe to a new licensee.

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a licence transfer request for Chartwell Ballycliffe Long Term Care Residence, currently a 100-bed long-term care home located at 70 Station Street in Ajax, Ontario. The home is currently licensed to Chartwell Master Care LP.

The proposal involves:

  • the licence transfer of the home to the proposed future licence holder named Iris L.P., by its general partners, Iris GP Inc. and AgeCare Iris Management Ltd. Iris LP, a newly formed limited partnership held by Axium Infrastructure Inc. (Axium) and by AgeCare Partners Inc. (AgeCare). AgeCare would be a new operator and licensee in Ontario
  • the licence transfer to the proposed licensee following the completion of the redevelopment of a new 224-bed long-term care home to be located on a site adjacent to the existing Home. The issuance of a new 224-bed licence is subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021

Groves Park Lodge — Project #24-018

The redevelopment of a 100-bed long-term care home in Renfrew

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from GEM Health Care Group Limited (the “Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Groves Park Lodge (the “Home”), a 96-bed long-term care home located at 470 Raglan Street North, Renfrew, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the upgrade of 43 beds at the home’s current location
  • the development of 21 additional long-term care beds to be included in the 64-bed project subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 64 "new" beds, following the redevelopment of the home OR the issuance of a new harmonized licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of all 96 "new" beds at the home, following the redevelopment

IOOF Seniors Home — Project #24-017

The redevelopment of a 162-bed long-term care home in Barrie

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from IOOF Seniors Homes Inc. (the “Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for IOOF Seniors Home (the “Home”), a 162-bed long-term care home located at 10 Brooks Street, Barrie, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the upgrade of 66 long-term care beds at the home’s current location
  • the development of 64 additional long-term care beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care (the “ministry”) to be included in the proposed 226-bed development project, subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the issuance of a new harmonized licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of all 226 "new" beds at the home, following the development OR the issuance of a new licence with a term of 30 year for the operation of 130 "new" beds at the home, following the development

peopleCare - Tillsonburg — Project #24-016

The development of a 160-bed long-term care home in Tillsonburg

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from peopleCare Communities Inc. (the “Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for peopleCare - Tillsonburg (the “Home”), a 160-bed long-term care home proposed to be developed at 25 Maple Lane, Tillsonburg, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the development of 160 new long-term care beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the approval of the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 160 "new" beds, following the development of the home

Project Iris — Project #24-015

The licence transfer of 16 homes from an existing licensee to a new licensee.

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a licence transfer request for 16 long-term care homes currently operated by Chartwell Master Care LP to a newly formed limited partnership held at by Axium Infrastructure Inc. (Axium) and by AgeCare Health Services Inc. (AgeCare). AgeCare would be a new operator and licensee in Ontario.

The long-term care homes involved:

  • Chartwell Aurora Long Term Care Residence licensed by Chartwell Master Care LP, by its general partner, GP M Trust, by its sole trustee, Chartwell Master Care Corporation. The proposed future licence holder is Iris L.P., by its general partners, Iris GP Inc. and AgeCare Iris Management Ltd.
  • Chartwell Brant Centre Long Term Care Residence, Chartwell Westbury Long Term Care Residence, Chartwell Westmount Long Term Care Residence, Chartwell Wenleigh Long Term Care Residence, Chartwell Waterford Long Term Care Residence, Chartwell Willowgrove Long Term Care Residence, Chartwell Wynfield Long Term Care Residence, Chartwell Woodhaven Long Term Care Residence licensed by Regency long-term care Operating Limited Partnership on behalf of Regency Operator GP Inc. as General Partner. The proposed future licence holder is Regency long-term care Operating Limited Partnership, by its general partners, Regency Operator GP Inc. and AgeCare Iris Management Ltd.
  • Chartwell Aylmer Long Term Care Residence, Chartwell Elmira Long Term Care Residence, Chartwell London Long Term Care Residence, Chartwell Parkhill Long Term Care Residence, Chartwell Pine Grove Long Term Care Residence, Chartwell Royal Oak Long Term Care Residence licensed by Chartwell Master Care LP. The proposed future licence holder is Iris L.P., by its general partners, Iris GP Inc. and AgeCare Iris Management Ltd.
  • Chartwell Trilogy Long Term Care Residence licensed by Trilogy long-term care Inc. The proposed future licence holder is Iris L.P., by its general partners, Iris GP Inc. and AgeCare Iris Management Ltd.

Neighbourhood Better Living — Project #24-013

The development of a 160-bed long-term care home in Belleville

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal 2748763 Ontario Inc. (the “Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Neighbourhood Better Living (the “Home”), a 160-bed long-term care home proposed to be developed at 645 Sidney Street, Belleville, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the development of 160 long-term care beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care (the “ministry”) to be included in the proposed 160-bed development project, subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the approval and the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 160 "new" beds, following the development of the home

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Neighbourhood Better Living proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Neighbourhood Better Living has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 160-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to 2748763 Ontario Inc. upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Sandfield Place — Project #24-012

The development of a 53-bed long-term care home in Cornwall

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from 458422 Ontario Limited (the “Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Sandfield Place (the “Home”), a 53-bed long-term care home currently located at 220 Emma Avenue, Cornwall, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the transfer and upgrade of the home’s 59 existing long-term care beds to 5005291 Ontario Ltd (the “Proposed Licensee”) to be developed at a new site at 1016 Tollgate Road in Cornwall, Ontario
  • the development of 75 new long-term care beds to be included in the proposed 128-bed development project, subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the approval of the bed transfers and the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 128 "new" beds, following the redevelopment of the home

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Sandfield Place proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Sandfield Place has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 128-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to 458422 Ontario Limited upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Trillium Villa Nursing Home — Project #24-011

The development of a 160-bed long-term care home in Sarnia

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from S & R Nursing Homes Ltd. (the “Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Trillium Villa Nursing Home (the “Home”), a 160-bed long-term care home located at 1221 Michigan Ave, Sarnia, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the redevelopment 152 existing long-term care beds at the home’s current location
  • the development of 8 new long-term care beds to be included in the proposed 160-bed development project, subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the approval of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 160 "new" beds, following the redevelopment of the home

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Trillium Villa Nursing Home proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Trillium Villa Nursing Home has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 160-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to S & R Nursing Homes Ltd. upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Muslim Welfare Centre of Toronto Long-Term Care Home - Courtice  — Project #24-010

The development of a 192-bed long-term care home in Courtice

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Muslim Welfare Centre of Toronto (the “Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Muslim Welfare Centre of Toronto Long-Term Care Home - Courtice (the “Home”), a 192-bed long-term care home proposed to be developed at 1589 - 1603 Highway #2 in Courtice, Ontario.

Villa Colombo Homes for the Aged — Project #24-009

The redevelopment of a 391-bed long-term care home in Toronto.

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal Villa Colombo Homes for the Aged Inc. (the “Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Villa Colombo Homes for the Aged (the “Home”), a 391-bed long-term care home located at 40 Playfair Ave, Toronto, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the redevelopment of the home's 160 existing beds at the current site
  • the 160 redeveloped beds will be combined with the home's existing 125 beds to create a 285-bed home
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of all 285 "new" beds at the home, following the development OR the issuance of a new licence with a term of 30 year for the operation of 160 "new" beds at the home following the development

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Villa Colombo Homes for the Aged proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Villa Colombo Homes for the Aged has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 285-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to Villa Colombo Homes for the Aged Inc. upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Lang Yi–Markham — Project #24-008

The construction of a 256-bed long-term care home in Markham

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal Lang Yi Villa Non-Profit Living (the “Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Lang Yi–Markham (the “Home”), a 256-bed long-term care home proposed to be developed at 10228 McCowan Rd, Markham, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the development of 256 "new" long term care beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care (the “Ministry”) to be included in the proposed 256-bed development project, subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 256 "new" beds, following the development of the Home

St. Rita at Mary Lake Long Term Care Home - King City — Project #24-007

The development of a 160-bed long-term care home in King City.

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from St. Rita at Mary Lake Long Term Care Home (the “Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for St. Rita at Mary Lake Long Term Care Home - King City (the “Home”), a 160-bed long-term care home proposed to be developed at 13760 Keele Street, King City, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the development of 160 "new" long-term care beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care (the “Ministry”) to be included in the proposed 160-bed development project, subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 160 "new" beds at the home, following the development

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the St. Rita at Mary Lake Long Term Care Home-King City proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to St. Rita at Mary Lake Long Term Care Home-King City has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 160-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to St. Rita at Mary Lake Long Term Care Home upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Ivan Franko Mississauga — Project #24-006

The development of a 160-bed long-term care home in Mississauga

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal Ivan Franko Homes (the “Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Ivan Franko Home Mississauga (the “Home”), an 85-bed long term care home currently located at 767 Royal York Road in Etobicoke, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the transfer and upgrade of 85 long-term care beds at a new site located at 3058 Winston Churchill Blvd in Mississauga, Ontario
  • the development of 75 additional long-term care beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care (the “Ministry”), to be included in the proposed 160-bed development project, subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the issuance of a new license with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 160 "new" beds at the Replacement Home, following the development

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Ivan Franko Mississauga proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Ivan Franko Mississauga has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 160-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to Ivan Franko Homes upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Southbridge Ottawa — Project #24-005

The development of a 192-bed long-term care home in Ottawa

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from CVH (No. 10) LP by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc.) (the “Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Southbridge Ottawa (the “Home”), a 192-bed long-term care home to be located in Ottawa, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the development of 192 long-term care beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care (the “Ministry”) to be included in the proposed 192-bed development project, subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 192 "new" beds at the Replacement Home, following the development

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Southbridge Ottawa proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Southbridge Ottawa has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 192-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to CVH (10) LP by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc.)  upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Extendicare St. Catharines — Project #24-004

The redevelopment of a 152-bed long-term care home in St. Catharines

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Extendicare (Canada) Inc. (the “Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Extendicare St. Catharines (the “Home”), a 152-bed long-term care home currently located at 283 Pelham Avenue, St. Catharines, Ontario

The proposal involves:

  • the transfer and upgrade of 152 existing long-term care beds at a new site to be located at 1289 Fourth Avenue in St. Catharines, Ontario (the “Replacement Home”)
  • the development of 104 new long-term care beds to be included in the proposed 256-bed development project, subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the approval of the bed transfers and the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 256 "new" beds, following the redevelopment of the home

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Extendicare St. Catharines proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Extendicare St. Catharines has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 256-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to Extendicare (Canada) Inc. upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Extendicare Ottawa #2 — Project #24-003

The redevelopment of a 240-bed long-term care home in Orleans

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Extendicare (Canada) Inc. (the “Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Extendicare Ottawa #2 (the “Home”), a 240-bed long-term care home currently located at 1715 Montreal Road, Gloucester, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the transfer and upgrade of 240 long-term care beds from Extendicare Laurier Manor located at 1715 Montreal Road, Gloucester, Ontario, to the Replacement Home located at 4200 Innes Road, Orleans
  • the development of 16 additional long-term care beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care (the “Ministry”) to be included in the proposed 256-bed development project, subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the approval of the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 256 "new" beds, following the development of the Replacement Home

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Extendicare Ottawa #2 proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Extendicare Ottawa #2 has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 256-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to Extendicare (Canada) Inc. upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Sumac Lodge — Project #24-002

The redevelopment of a 100-bed long-term care home in Sarnia

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Revera Long Term Care Inc. (the “Current Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Sumac Lodge (the “Home”), a 100-bed long-term care home currently located at 1464 Blackwell Road, Sarnia, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the transfer of the home’s existing 100 beds from the Current Licensee to Sumac Lodge Operating Inc. (the “Proposed Licensee”) to be developed at a new site to be located behind 1603 London Line in Sarnia, Ontario (the “Redeveloped Home”)
  • the development of 156 new long-term care beds to be included in the proposed 256-bed development project, subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the approval of the bed transfers and the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 256 "new" beds, following the redevelopment of the home

Wikwemikong Long Term Care Home — Project #24-001

The redevelopment of a 59-bed long-term care home in Wikwemikong

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Wikwemikong Nursing Home Limited (the “Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Wikwemikong Long Term Care Home (the “Home”), a 59-bed long-term care home currently located at 2281 Wikwemikong Way, Wikwemikong, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the transfer and upgrade of the home’s 59 beds at a new site to be located at Kaboni Road and Sesame Street in Wikwemikong, Ontario (the “Replacement Home”)
  • the development of 37 additional long-term care beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care (the “Ministry”) to be included in the proposed 96-bed development project, subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 96 "new" beds at the Replacement Home, following the development

Grove Park Home for Senior Citizens — Project #23-068

The redevelopment of a 143-bed long-term care home in Barrie

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Grove Park Home for Senior Citizens (the “Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Grove Park Home for Senior Citizens (the “Home”), a 143-bed long-term care home located at 234 Cook Street, Barrie, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the upgrade of 62 of the home’s existing beds at the home’s current location
  • the development of 2 additional long-term care beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care, subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 145 "new" beds, following the redevelopment of the home

Chateau Park Long Term Care Home — Project #23-067

The redevelopment of a 59-bed long-term care home in Windsor

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from DTOC Long Term Care LP, by its general partner, DTOC Long Term Care MGP (a general partnership) by its partners, DTOC Long Term Care GP Inc. and Arch Venture Holdings Inc. (the “Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Chateau Park Long Term Care Home (the “Home”), a 59-bed long-term care home currently located at 2990 B Riverside Drive West, Windsor, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the transfer and upgrade of the home’s 59 existing beds at a new site located at 320 Richmond Street in Amherstburg
  • the development of 101 additional long-term care beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care, subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 160 "new" beds, following the redevelopment of the home

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Chateau Park Long-Term Care Home proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Chateau Park Long-Term Care Home has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 160-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to DTOC Long Term Care LP, by its general partner, DTOC Long Term Care MGP (a general partnership) by its partners, DTOC Long Term Care GP Inc. and Arch Venture Holdings Inc. upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Lancaster Long-Term Care Residence — Project #23-066

The redevelopment of a 60-bed long-term care home in Lancaster

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from DTOC II Long Term Care LP, by its general partner, DTOC II Long Term Care MGP (a general partnership) by its partners, DTOC II Long Term Care GP Inc. and Arch Venture Holdings Inc. (the “Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Lancaster Long-Term Care Residence (the “Home”), a 60-bed long-term care home currently located at 105 Military Road North, Lancaster, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the upgrade of the home’s 60 existing long-term care beds at a new site located at 123 Military Road North
  • the development of 68 additional long-term care beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care, subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 128 "new" beds, following the redevelopment of the home

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Lancaster Long-Term Care Residence proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Lancaster Long-Term Care Residence has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 128-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to DTOC II Long Term Care LP, by its general partner, DTOC II Long Term Care MGP (a general partnership) by its partners, DTOC II Long Term Care GP Inc. and Arch Venture Holdings Inc. upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Mohawks Bay of Quinte — Project #23-064

The development of a new 128-bed long-term care home in Deseronto

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte Representated by Tyendinaga Mohawk Council (the “Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Mohawks Bay of Quinte (the “Home”), a 128-bed long-term care home proposed to be developed at 301 Bayshore Road in Deseronto, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the development of 128 long-term care beds subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the approval and issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 128 "new" beds, following the development of the home

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Mohawks Bay of Quinte proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Mohawks Bay of Quinte has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 128-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte Represented by Tyendinaga Mohawk Council upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

NOSH-Marathon — Project #23-063

The development of a new 14-bed long-term care home in Marathon

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from North of Superior Healthcare (NOSH) Group (the “Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for NOSH-Marathon (the “Home”), a new 14-bed long-term care home to be located at 26 Peninsula Road, Marathon, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the development of 14 new long-term care beds subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 14 "new" beds, following the redevelopment of the home

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the NOSH-Marathon proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to NOSH-Marathon has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 14-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to North of Superior Healthcare (NOSH) Group upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Seniors’ Health Centre — Project #23-062

The redevelopment of a 192-bed long-term care home in North York

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from North York General Hospital (the “Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Seniors’ Health Centre (the “Home”), a 192-bed long-term care home currently located at 2 Buchan Court, North York, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the transfer of the home’s existing 32 long-term care beds to a new site to be located at 4000 Leslie Street in North York
  • the upgrade of the home’s 160 existing long-term care beds at the new site
  • the development of an additional 192 new long-term care beds subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 384 "new" beds, following the redevelopment of the home

The Elliott Long Term Care Residence — Project #23-061

The redevelopment of an 85-bed long-term care home in Guelph

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from The Corporation of the City of Guelph (the “Operator”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for The Elliott Long Term Care Residence (the “Home”), an 85-bed long-term care home located at 170 Metcalfe Street, Guelph, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the development of 29 additional long-term care beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care to be included in the proposed development project subject to meeting all requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the issuance of a new Approval for the operation of all 114 New beds, following the development of the home

Pine Villa Nursing Home — Project #23-060

The redevelopment of a 41-bed long-term care home in Stoney Creek

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Rykka Care Centres LP (the “Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Pine Villa Nursing Home (the “Home”), a 41-bed long-term care home located at 490 Highway 8, Stoney Creek, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the redevelopment of the home’s 38 beds at the current location
  • the transfer of 45 existing long-term care beds from Orchard Terrace Care Centre (a 45-bed long-term care home currently licensed to Rykka Care Centres LP located in Stoney Creek) that would be eligible for Long-Term Care Home Capital Development Funding; to the home, subject to receiving approval for the transfer under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the transfer of 141 existing long-term care beds from Dundurn Place Care Centre (a 201-bed long-term care home currently licensed to Rykka Care Centres LP located in Hamilton) that would be eligible for Long-Term Care Home Capital Development Funding; to the home, subject to receiving approval for the transfer under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 224 New beds, following the development of the home

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Pine Villa Nursing Home proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Pine Villa Nursing Home has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 224-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to Rykka Care Centres LP upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Batchewana First Nation Long Term Care Home — Project #23-059

The development of a new 96-bed long-term care home in Batchewana First Nation

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Batchewana First Nation (the “Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Batchewana First Nation Long Term Care Home (the “Home”), a 96-bed long-term care home proposed to be developed on Gran Street in Batchewana First Nation.

The proposal involves:

  • the development of 96 long-term care beds subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the approval and issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 96 "new" beds, following the development of the home

Banwell Gardens Care Centre — Project #23-059

The redevelopment of a 142-bed long-term care home in Windsor

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Rykka Care Centres LP (the “Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Banwell Gardens Care Centre (the “Home”), a 142-bed long-term care home currently located at 3000 Banwell Road, Windsor, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the upgrade of the home’s 142 beds at a new site to be located at 3175 Banwell Road in Windsor
  • the transfer and upgrade of 50 long-term care beds from Berkshire Care Centre to a new site to be located at 3175 Banwell Road in Windsor subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 192 "new" beds, following the redevelopment of the home

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Banwell Gardens Care Centre proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Banwell Gardens Care Centre has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 192-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to Rykka Care Centres LP upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Arcavia Long Term Care-Orillia — Project #23-058

Development of a 160-bed long-term care home in Orillia

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Arcavia Living Ltd. (the “Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Arcavia Long Term Care-Orillia (the “Home”), a 160-bed long-term care home to be developed at 640 Atherley Road in Orillia, Ontario. 

The proposal involves:

  • the development of 160 long-term care beds subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the approval and issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 160 "new" beds, following the development of the home

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Arcavia Long Term Care-Orillia proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Arcavia Long Term Care-Orillia has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 160-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to Arcavia Living Ltd. upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Babcock Community Care Centre — Project #23-057

The redevelopment of a 60-bed long-term care home in Wardsville

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Babcock Community Care Centre Inc. (the “Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Babcock Community Care Centre (the “Home”), a 60-bed long-term care home located at 196 Wellington Street, Wardsville, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the transfer and upgrade of the home’s 60 beds at a new site located at or near Talbot St. Wardsville Range 1 PT Lot 16 Plan 144 PT Wellington St. RP 33R20003 Parts 1 and 5 in Wardsville
  • the development of 4 additional long-term care beds to be included in the 64-bed project subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 64 "new" beds, following the redevelopment of the home

Schlegel Villages - Ajax — Project #23-056

The development of a 192-bed long-term care home in Ajax

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Schlegel Villages Inc. (the “Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Schlegel Villages-Ajax (the “Home”), a 192-bed long-term care home proposed to be located on a parcel of land northwest of Notre Dame Catholic Secondary School on Harwood Ave North, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the development of 192 "New" long-term care beds proposed to be located on a Parcel of land Northwest of Notre Dame Catholic Secondary School on Harwood Ave North, subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of the 192 "new" beds, following development of the home

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Schlegel Villages-Ajax proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Schlegel Villages-Ajax has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 192-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to Schlegel Villages Inc. upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Sara Vista — Project #23-055

The redevelopment of a 60-bed long-term care home in Elmvale

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Revera Long-Term Care Inc., for issuing a long-term care home licence for Sara Vista (the “Home”), a 60-bed long-term care home located at 27 Simcoe Street, Elmvale, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the upgrade of the home’s 60 beds at a new site located behind the existing site
  • the development of 68 additional long-term care beds subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the issuance of a new licence to AXR Operating (National) LP, by its general partner with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 128 New beds at the home, following the development

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Sara Vista proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Sara Vista proposal has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 128-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to AXR Operating (National) LP, by its general partner upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Sprucedale Care Centre — Project #23-054

The redevelopment of a 96-bed long-term care home in Strathroy

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Sprucedale Care Centre Inc. (the “Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Sprucedale Care Centre (the “Home”), a 96-bed long-term care home located at 96 Kittridge Avenue East, Strathroy, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the gain in controlling interest in the Licensee by Sprucedale long-term care Corp. (Proposed Shareholder)
  • the transfer of the 96-bed licence from the Licensee to Sprucedale long-term care LP by its general partners, Sprucedale long-term care GP Inc. and RMI (Sprucedale) Inc. (the Proposed Licensee)

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the proposal in respect of the licence transfer and has made the following decision:

  • The transfer of the Sprucedale Care Centre licence from Sprucedale Care Centre Inc. to Sprucedale long-term care LP by its general partners, Sprucedale long-term care GP Inc. and RMI (Sprucedale) Inc. has been approved and as such the director has issued a licence to the new licensee.

South Centennial Manor — Project #23-053

The redevelopment of a 69-bed long-term care home in Iroquois Falls

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Anson General Hospital (the “Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for South Centennial Manor (the “Home”), a 69-bed long-term care home located at 240 Fyfe Street, Iroquois Falls, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the transfer and upgrade of 69 existing long-term care beds at a new site to be located two kilometers from the current site
  • the development of 27 additional long-term care beds subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of up to 96 "new" beds, following the redevelopment of the home

St. Joseph’s Health Care Centre-Guelph — Project #23-052

The redevelopment of a 240-bed long-term care home in Guelph

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from St. Joseph’s Health System (the “Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for St. Joseph’s Health Care Centre-Guelph (the “Home”), a 240-bed long-term care home located at 100 Westmount Road, Guelph, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the development of 160 additional long-term care beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care (the “ministry”) to be developed at the home’s current location, subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 (the “Act”)
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of up to 256 "new" beds, following the development of the home, OR the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 160 "new" beds at the home following the completion of the development
  • the proposed development would result in St. Joseph’s Care Centre-Guelph operating a total of 400 long-term care beds
  • the project does not include the redevelopment of the home’s 240 existing beds

Iroquois Lodge Nursing Home — Project #23-051

The redevelopment of a 50-bed long-term care home in Oshweken

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Six Nations of the Grand River (the “Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Iroquois Lodge Nursing Home (the “Home”), a 50-bed long-term care home located at 1755 Chiefswood Road, Oshweken, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the redevelopment of 50 existing long-term care beds at the home’s current location
  • the development of 14 additional long-term care beds subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 64 "new" beds, following the redevelopment of the home

Speakman Home #1 and Speakman Home #2 — Project #23-050

Development of two new long-term care homes in Mississauga

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Partners Community Health (the “Proposed Licensee”) for issuing long-term care home licences for Speakman Home #1 and Speakman Home #2 (the “Homes”), a 151-bed long-term care home to be redeveloped at 2180 Speakman Drive in Mississauga, Ontario. While located on the same site, each home is licensed separately to support resident care, safety and operational capability.

The proposal involves:

  • 320 long-term care beds at Speakman Home #1 and 312 long-term care beds at Speakman Home #2, approved by the Ministry of Long-Term Care (the “ministry”) subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the approval and issuance of two new licences, each with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 320 "new" beds and 312 beds, following the development of the homes

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Speakman Home #1 and #2 proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Speakman Home #1 and #2 has been approved and as such the director has issued a new 312-bed long-term care home licence and a 320-bed long-term care home licence to Partners Community Health.

Tyndall Nursing Home — Project #23-049

Development of a 224-bed long-term care home in Mississauga

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Tyndall Seniors Village Inc. (the “Proposed Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Tyndall Nursing Home (the “Home”), a 151-bed long-term care home to currently located at 1060 Eglinton Avenue, Mississauga, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the upgrade of the home’s 151 existing long-term care beds at an adjacent location to the current site
  • the development of 73 long-term care beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care (the “ministry”), to be included in the proposed 224-bed development, subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 224 "new" beds, following the redevelopment of the home

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Tyndall Nursing Home proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Tyndall Nursing Home has been approved and has such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 224-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to Tyndall Seniors Village Inc. upon the completion of the redevelopment of the home.

The Village Green Nursing Home — Project #23-048

Development of a 128-bed long-term care home in Greater Napanee

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from 0760444 B.C. Ltd. as General Partner on behalf of Omni Health Care Limited Partnership (the “Proposed Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for The Village Green Nursing Home (the “Home”), a 66-bed long-term care home currently located at 166 Pleasant Drive in Selby, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the upgrade of the home’s 66 existing long-term care beds at a new site to be located at Pt Lt 21 Con 2 Richmond Pt 2 29R3111 & PT 2 29R4881 Except Pt 1 29R4881 in Greater Napanee, Ontario
  • the development of 62 long-term care (long-term care) beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care (the “ministry”), to be included in the proposed 128 bed development, subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 128 "new" beds, at the Replacement Home, following the development

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed The Village Green Nursing Home proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to The Village Green Nursing Home has been approved and has such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 128-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to 760444 B.C. Ltd. as General Partner on behalf of Omni Health Care Limited Partnership upon the completion of the redevelopment of the home.

The Grove Nursing Home — Project #23-047

The development of a 96-bed long-term care home in Arnprior

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Arnprior Regional Health (the “Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for The Grove Nursing Home (the “Home”), a 96-bed long-term care home located at 274 Ida Street North, Arnprior, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the development of 32 additional long-term care beds at a new wing at the home’s current location subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of the 32 "new" beds, following development of the home

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed The Grove Nursing Home proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to The Grove Nursing Home has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 32-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to Arnprior Regional Health upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Mon Sheong Long Term Care – Richmond Hill — Project #23-046

The development of a 288-bed long-term care home in Richmond Hill

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Mon Sheong Foundation (the “Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Mon Sheong Long Term Care-Richmond Hill (2) (the “Home”), a 288-bed long-term care home located at 1577 Major Mackenzie Drive East, Richmond Hill, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the development of 288 long-term care beds at a newly developed long term care long-term care home subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of the 288 "new" beds, following development of the home

Mon Sheong Long Term Care – Stouffville — Project #23-045

The development of a 224-bed long-term care home in Whitchurch-Stouffville

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Mon Sheong Foundation (the “Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Mon Sheong Long Term Care-Stouffville (2) (the “Home”), a 224-bed long-term care home located at 176 Sandiford Drive, Whitchurch-Stouffville, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the development of 224 long-term care beds at a newly developed long term care home subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of the 224 "new" beds, following development of the home

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Mon Sheong Long Term Care-Stouffville proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Mon Sheong Long Term Care-Stouffville has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 224-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to Mon Sheong Foundation upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Mon Sheong Long Term Care – Markham — Project #23-044

The development of a 320-bed long-term care home in Markham

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Mon Sheong Foundation (the “Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Mon Sheong Long Term Care-Markham (the “Home”), a 320-bed long-term care home located at 8885 Woodbine Avenue, Markham, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the development of 320 long-term care beds at a newly developed long-term care home subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of the 320 "new" beds, following development of the home

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Mon Sheong Long Term Care-Markham proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Mon Sheong Long Term Care-Markham has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 320-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to Mon Sheong Foundation upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Fairview Mennonite Home — Project #23-043

The development of a 192-bed long-term care home in Cambridge

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Fairview Mennonite Homes (the “Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Fairview Mennonite Home (the “Home”), an 84-bed long-term care home located at 515 Langs Drive, Cambridge, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the self-funded upgrade of the 84 existing beds at the home’s current location
  • the development of 108 additional long-term care beds subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of the 192 "new" beds, following development of the home

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed Fairview Mennonite Home proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Fairview Mennonite Home has provided an undertaking to issue a new 192-bed home licence for up to 30 years to Fairview Mennonite Homes upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Extendicare Kawartha Lakes — Project #23-042

The development of a 160-bed long-term care home in Lindsay

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Extendicare (Canada) Inc. (the “Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Extendicare Kawartha Lakes (the “Home”), a 64-bed long-term care home located at or near 125 Colborne Street East, Lindsay, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the development of 96 additional long-term care beds at the same location subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of the 79 "new" beds, following development of the home or the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 12 "New" beds at the home, following the development

Foyer Des Pionniers — Project #23-041

The development of a 79-bed long-term care home in Hearst

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Foyer Hearst-Mattice-Soins De Sante (the “Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Foyer Des Pionniers (the “Home”), a 67-bed long-term care home located at 67-15th Street, Hearst, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the development of 12 new long-term care beds subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of the 79 "new" beds, following development of the home or the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 12 New beds at the home, following the development

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Foyer Des Pionners proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Foyer Des Pionners has provided an undertaking to issue a new 79-bed home licence for up to 30 years to Foyer Hearst-Mattice-Soins De Sante upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Schlegel Villages-Stouffville — Project #23-040

The development of a 192-bed long-term care home in Schlegel Villages-Stouffville

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Schlegel Villages Inc. (the “Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Schlegel Villages-Stouffville (the “Home”), a 192-bed long-term care home located at or near 1060 Hoover Park, Stouffville, Ontario

The proposal involves:

  • the development of 192 new long-term care beds subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of the 192 “new” beds, following development of the home

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Schlegel Villages-Stouffville proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Schlegel Villages-Stouffville has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 192-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to Schlegel Villages Inc. upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Extendicare Port Stanley — Project #23-039

The development of a 128-bed long-term care home in Port Stanley

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Extendicare (Canada) Inc. (the “Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Extendicare Port Stanley (the “Home”), a 60-bed long-term care (long-term care) home located at 4551 East Road, Port Stanley, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the upgrade of 60 beds on a site adjacent to the existing home
  • the development of 68 additional long-term care beds subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of the 128 “new” beds, following development of the home

Pleasant Manor Retirement Village — Project #23-038

The development of a 160-bed long-term care in Virgil

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-term Care is reviewing a proposal from Pleasant Manor Retirement Village (the “licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Pleasant Manor Retirement Village (the “home”), a proposed 160-bed long-term care home to be developed in Virgil, Ontario. The proposal involves:

  • the upgrade of the home’s 41 beds at a new site located at 3 Pleasant Lane in Virgil, Ontario (the “replacement home”)
  • the development of 119 additional long-term care beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care (the “ministry”) to be included in the proposed 160-bed development project, subject to project approval and meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 160 “new” beds, following redevelopment of the replacement home

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Pleasant Manor Retirement Village proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Pleasant Manor Retirement Village has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 160-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to Pleasant Manor Retirement Village upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Fiddick’s Nursing Home — Project #23-037

Licence Transfer of the Long-Term Care Home’s Licence to Omni Healthcare (Lambton) Limited Partnership, by its general partner, Omni Healthcare (Lambton) GP Ltd.

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a request from Fiddick’s Nursing Home Limited (the “Current Licensee”) in conjunction with Omni Healthcare (Lambton) Limited Partnership, by its general partner, Omni Healthcare (Lambton) GP Ltd. (the “Proposed Purchaser”) for a licence transfer of Fiddick’s Nursing Home, a 128-bed, long-term care home located in Petrolia, Ontario (the “Home”).

The request involves the transfer of the licence for the home from the Current Licensee to the Proposed Purchaser.

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the proposal in respect of the licence transfer and has made the following decision:

  • The transfer of the Fiddick’s Nursing Home’s licence from Fiddick’s Nursing Home Limited to Omni Healthcare (Lambton) Limited Partnership, by its general partner, Omni Healthcare (Lambton) GP Ltd. has been approved and as such the director has issued a licence to the new licensee.

Westgate Lodge — Project #23-036

The development of a 160-bed long-term care home in Belleville

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-term Care is reviewing a proposal from Crown Ridge Health Care Services Inc. (the Licensee) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Westgate Lodge, a proposed 160-bed long-term care home to be redeveloped at 37 Wilkie Street in Belleville, Ontario. The proposal involves:

  • the upgrade of 88 existing beds at the home’s current location subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the development of 72 additional long-term care beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-term Care (the “ministry”) to be included in the proposed 160-bed development project, subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 160 "new" beds, following the redevelopment of the home

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Westgate Lodge proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Westgate Lodge has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 160-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to Crown Ridge Health Care Services Inc. upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Craiglee Nursing Home — Project #23-035

Licence Transfer of the Long-Term Care Home’s Licence

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-term Care is reviewing a licence transfer request from CVH (Number 1) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.) (the “Current Licensee”) related to Craiglee Nursing Home (the “Home”), a 169-bed long-term care home, located in Scarborough, Ontario. The licence request includes the following:

The Current Licensee is proposing a corporate restructuring that will change the general partners of the Licensee. As such, the Current Licensee is requesting approval for the transfer of the home’s Long-term care licence:

  • FROM: CVH (Number 1) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.) (the “Current” Licensee)
  • TO: CVH (Number 1) LP by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc.) (the “New Licensee”)

The licence transfer would not result in any operational or management changes to the home.

Orchard Villa — Project #23-034

Licence Transfer of the Long-Term Care Home’s Licence

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-term Care is reviewing a proposal related to Orchard Villa (the “Home”), a 233-bed long-term care home, located in Pickering, Ontario.

The Current Licensee is proposing a corporate restructuring that will change the general partners of the Licensee. As such the Current Licensee is proposed to change:

  • FROM: CVH (Number 6) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.) (the “Current” Licensee)
  • TO: CVH (Number 6) LP by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc.) (the “New Licensee”)

The proposed corporate restructuring would not result in any operational or management changes to the home.

As such, the ministry is reviewing the following licence request:

The issuance of a new 30-year Long-term care licence to the New Licensee upon the redevelopment of Orchard Villa’s 131 long-term carebeds with an additional 87-beds to be developed to create a new 320-bed long-term carehome to be named Southbridge Pickering to be located at 1955 Valley Farm Road in Pickering, Ontario. Note: A public consultation was conducted in 2021 on the issuance of a new licence to the Current Licensee, however, as there is now a proposal to change the Current Licensee to the New Licensee further public consultation is being conducted.

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the proposal in respect of the licence transfers for projects #23-011, #23-012 and #23-018 to #23-034 and has made the following decision:

  • The transfer of the homes’ licences from the current licensees to the proposed licensees has been approved and as such the director has issued new licences to the new licensees.

Warkworth Place — Project #23-033

Licence Transfer of the Long-Term Care Home’s Licence

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-term Care is reviewing a licence transfer request from CVH (Number 6) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.) (the “Current Licensee”) related to Warkworth Place (the “Home”), a 60-bed long-term care home, located in Warkworth, Ontario. The licence request includes the following:

The Current Licensee is proposing a corporate restructuring that will change the general partners of the Licensee. As such, the Current Licensee is requesting approval for the transfer of the home’s Long-term care licence:

  • FROM: CVH (Number 6) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.)
  • TO: CVH (Number 6) LP by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc.) (the “New Licensee”)

The licence transfer would not result in any operational or management changes to the home.

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the proposal in respect of the licence transfers for projects #23-011, #23-012 and #23-018 to #23-034 and has made the following decision:

  • The transfer of the homes’ licences from the current licensees to the proposed licensees has been approved and as such the director has issued new licences to the new licensees.

Southbridge Roseview — Project #23-032

Licence Transfer of the Long-Term Care Home’s Licence

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-term Care is reviewing a licence transfer request from CVH (Number 9) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.) (the “Current Licensee”) related to Southbridge Roseview (the “Home”), a 157-bed long-term care home, located in Thunder Bay, Ontario. The licence request includes the following:

The Current Licensee is proposing a corporate restructuring that will change the general partners of the Licensee. As such, the Current Licensee is requesting approval for the transfer of the home’s long-term care licence:

  • FROM: CVH (Number 9) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.)
  • TO: CVH (Number 9) LP by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc.) (the “New Licensee”)

The licence transfer would not result in any operational or management changes to the home.

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the proposal in respect of the licence transfers for projects #23-011, #23-012 and #23-018 to #23-034 and has made the following decision:

  • The transfer of the homes’ licences from the current licensees to the proposed licensees has been approved and as such the director has issued new licences to the new licensees.

Southbridge Pinewood — Project #23-031

Licence Transfer of the Long-Term Care Home’s Licence

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-term Care is reviewing a licence transfer request from CVH (Number 9) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.) (the “Current Licensee”) related to Southbridge Pinewood (the “Home”), a 128-bed long-term care home, located in Thunder Bay, Ontario. The licence request includes the following:

The Current Licensee is proposing a corporate restructuring that will change the general partners of the Licensee. As such, the Current Licensee is requesting approval for the transfer of the home’s long-term care licence:

  • FROM: CVH (Number 9) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.)
  • TO: CVH (Number 9) LP by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc.) (the “New Licensee”)

The licence transfer would not result in any operational or management changes to the home.

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the proposal in respect of the licence transfers for projects #23-011, #23-012 and #23-018 to #23-034 and has made the following decision:

  • The transfer of the homes’ licences from the current licensees to the proposed licensees has been approved and as such the director has issued new licences to the new licensees.

Queensway Long Term Care Home — Project #23-030

Licence Transfer of the Long-Term Care Home’s Licence

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-term Care is reviewing a licence transfer request from CVH (Number 8) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.) (the “Current Licensee”) related to Queensway Long Term Care Home (the “Home”), a 60-bed long-term care home, located in Hensall, Ontario. The licence request includes the following:

The Current Licensee is proposing a corporate restructuring that will change the general partners of the Licensee. As such, the Current Licensee is requesting approval for the transfer of the home’s long-term care licence:

  • FROM: CVH (Number 8) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.)
  • TO: CVH (Number 8) LP by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc.) (the “New Licensee”)

The licence transfer would not result in any operational or management changes to the home.

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the proposal in respect of the licence transfers for projects #23-011, #23-012 and #23-018 to #23-034 and has made the following decision:

  • The transfer of the homes’ licences from the current licensees to the proposed licensees has been approved and as such the director has issued new licences to the new licensees.

Pinecrest (Plantagenet) — Project #23-029

Licence Transfer of the Long-Term Care Home’s Licence

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-term Care is reviewing a licence transfer request from CVH (Number 4) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.) (the “Current Licensee”) related to Pinecrest (Plantagenet) (the “Home”), a 60-bed long-term care home, located in Plantagenet, Ontario. The licence request includes the following:

The Current Licensee is proposing a corporate restructuring that will change the general partners of the Licensee. As such, the Current Licensee is requesting approval for the transfer of the home’s long-term care licence:

  • FROM: CVH (Number 4) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.)
  • TO: CVH (Number 4) LP by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc.) (the “New Licensee”)

The licence transfer would not result in any operational or management changes to the home.

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the proposal in respect of the licence transfers for projects #23-011, #23-012 and #23-018 to #23-034 and has made the following decision:

  • The transfer of the homes’ licences from the current licensees to the proposed licensees has been approved and as such the director has issued new licences to the new licensees.

Manoir Marochel — Project #23-028

Licence Transfer of the Long-Term Care Home’s Licence

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-term Care is reviewing a licence transfer request from CVH (Number 4) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.) (the “Current Licensee”) related to Manoir Marochel (the “Home”), a 64-bed long-term care home, located in Ottawa, Ontario. The licence request includes the following:

The Current Licensee is proposing a corporate restructuring that will change the general partners of the Licensee. As such, the Current Licensee is requesting approval for the transfer of the home’s long-term care licence:

  • FROM: CVH (Number 4) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.)
  • TO: CVH (Number 4) LP by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc.) (the “New Licensee”)

The licence transfer would not result in any operational or management changes to the home.

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the proposal in respect of the licence transfers for projects #23-011, #23-012 and #23-018 to #23-034 and has made the following decision:

  • The transfer of the homes’ licences from the current licensees to the proposed licensees has been approved and as such the director has issued new licences to the new licensees.

Errinrung Long Term Care Home — Project #23-027

Licence Transfer of the Long-Term Care Home’s Licence

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-term Care is reviewing a licence transfer request from CVH (Number 8) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.) (the “Current Licensee”) related to Errinrung Long Term Care Home (the “Home”), a 60-bed long-term care home, located in Thornbury, Ontario. The licence request includes the following:

The Current Licensee is proposing a corporate restructuring that will change the general partners of the Licensee. As such, the Current Licensee is requesting approval for the transfer of the home’s long-term care licence:

  • FROM: CVH (Number 8) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.)
  • TO: CVH (Number 8) LP by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc.) (the “New Licensee”)

The licence transfer would not result in any operational or management changes to the home.

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the proposal in respect of the licence transfers for projects #23-011, #23-012 and #23-018 to #23-034 and has made the following decision:

  • The transfer of the homes’ licences from the current licensees to the proposed licensees has been approved and as such the director has issued new licences to the new licensees.

Country Village Homes–Woodslee — Project #23-026

Licence Transfer of the Long-Term Care Home’s Licence

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-term Care is reviewing a licence transfer request from CVH (Number 5) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.) (the “Current Licensee”) related to Country Village Homes–Woodslee (the “Home”), a 104-bed long-term care home, located in South Woodslee, Ontario. The licence request includes the following:

The Current Licensee is proposing a corporate restructuring that will change the general partners of the Licensee. As such, the Current Licensee is requesting approval for the transfer of the home’s long-term care licence:

  • FROM: CVH (Number 5) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.)
  • TO: CVH (Number 5) LP by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc.) (the “New Licensee”)

The licence transfer would not result in any operational or management changes to the home.

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the proposal in respect of the licence transfers for projects #23-011, #23-012 and #23-018 to #23-034 and has made the following decision:

  • The transfer of the homes’ licences from the current licensees to the proposed licensees has been approved and as such the director has issued new licences to the new licensees.

Country Lane Long Term Care Residence #23-025

Licence Transfer of the Long-Term Care Home’s Licence

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-term Care is reviewing a licence transfer request from CVH (Number 2) LP (the “Current Licensee”) related to Country Lane Long Term Care Residence (the “Home”), a 34-bed long-term care home, located in Chatsworth, Ontario. The licence request includes the following:

The Current Licensee is proposing a corporate restructuring that will change the general partners of the Licensee. As such, the Current Licensee is requesting approval for the transfer of the home’s long-term care licence:

  • FROM: CVH (Number 5) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.)
  • TO: CVH (Number 5) LP by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc.) (the “New Licensee”)

The licence transfer would not result in any operational or management changes to the home.

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the proposal in respect of the licence transfers for projects #23-011, #23-012 and #23-018 to #23-034 and has made the following decision:

  • The transfer of the homes’ licences from the current licensees to the proposed licensees has been approved and as such the director has issued new licences to the new licensees.

West Park Health Centre — Project #23-024

Licence Transfer of the Long-Term Care Home’s Licence

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-term Care is reviewing a licence transfer request from CVH (Number 1) LP (the “Current Licensee”) related to West Park Health Centre (the “Home”), a 101-bed long-term care home, located in St. Catharines, Ontario. The licence request includes the following

The Current Licensee is proposing a corporate restructuring that will change the general partners of the Licensee. As such, the Current Licensee is requesting approval for the transfer of the home’s long-term care licence:

  • FROM: CVH (Number 1) LP
  • TO: CVH (Number 1) LP by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc.) (the “New Licensee”)

The licence transfer would not result in any operational or management changes to the home.

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the proposal in respect of the licence transfers for projects #23-011, #23-012 and #23-018 to #23-034 and has made the following decision:

  • The transfer of the homes’ licences from the current licensees to the proposed licensees has been approved and as such the director has issued new licences to the new licensees.

The Palace — Project #23-023

Licence Transfer of the Long-Term Care Home’s Licence

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-term Care is reviewing a licence transfer request from CVH (Number 6) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.) (the “Current Licensee”) related to The Palace (the “Home”), a 70-bed long-term care home, located in Alexandria, Ontario. The licence request includes the following:

The Current Licensee is proposing a corporate restructuring that will change the general partners of the Licensee. As such, the Current Licensee is requesting approval for the transfer of the home’s long-term care licence:

  • FROM: CVH (Number 6) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.)
  • TO: CVH (Number 6) LP by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc.) (the “New Licensee”)

The licence transfer would not result in any operational or management changes to the home.

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the proposal in respect of the licence transfers for projects #23-011, #23-012 and #23-018 to #23-034 and has made the following decision:

  • The transfer of the homes’ licences from the current licensees to the proposed licensees has been approved and as such the director has issued new licences to the new licensees.

Shelburne Long Term Care Home — Project #23-022

Licence Transfer of the Long-Term Care Home’s Licence

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-term Care is reviewing a licence transfer request from CVH (Number 8) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.) (the “Current Licensee”) related to Shelburne Long Term Care Home (the “Home”), a 60-bed long-term care home, located in Shelburne, Ontario. The licence request includes the following:

The Current Licensee is proposing a corporate restructuring that will change the general partners of the Licensee. As such, the Current Licensee is requesting approval for the transfer of the home’s long-term care licence:

  • FROM: CVH (Number 8) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.)
  • TO: CVH (Number 8) LP by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc.) (the “New Licensee”)

The licence transfer would not result in any operational or management changes to the home.

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the proposal in respect of the licence transfers for projects #23-011, #23-012 and #23-018 to #23-034 and has made the following decision:

  • The transfer of the homes’ licences from the current licensees to the proposed licensees has been approved and as such the director has issued new licences to the new licensees.

Seaforth Long Term Care Home — Project #23-021

Licence Transfer of the Long-Term Care Home’s Licence

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-term Care is reviewing a licence transfer request from CVH (Number 8) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.) (the “Current Licensee”) related to Seaforth Long Term Care Home (the “Home”), a 63-bed long-term care home, located in Seaforth, Ontario. The licence request includes the following:

The Current Licensee is proposing a corporate restructuring that will change the general partners of the Licensee. As such, the Current Licensee is requesting approval for the transfer of the home’s long-term care licence:

  • FROM: CVH (Number 8) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.)
  • TO: CVH (Number 8) LP by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc.) (the “New Licensee”)

The licence transfer would not result in any operational or management changes to the home.

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the proposal in respect of the licence transfers for projects #23-011, #23-012 and #23-018 to #23-034 and has made the following decision:

  • The transfer of the homes’ licences from the current licensees to the proposed licensees has been approved and as such the director has issued new licences to the new licensees.

Port Perry Place — Project #23-020

Licence Transfer of the Long-Term Care Home’s Licence

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-term Care is reviewing a licence transfer request from CVH (Number 6) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.) (the “Current Licensee”) related to Port Perry Place (the “Home”), a 107-bed long-term care home, located in Port Perry, Ontario. The licence request includes the following:

The Current Licensee is proposing a corporate restructuring that will change the general partners of the Licensee. As such, the Current Licensee is requesting approval for the transfer of the home’s long-term care licence:

  • FROM: CVH (Number 6) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.)
  • TO: CVH (Number 6) LP by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc.) (the “New Licensee”)

The licence transfer would not result in any operational or management changes to the home.

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the proposal in respect of the licence transfers for projects #23-011, #23-012 and #23-018 to #23-034 and has made the following decision:

  • The transfer of the homes’ licences from the current licensees to the proposed licensees has been approved and as such the director has issued new licences to the new licensees.

Regency Long Term Care Home — Project #23-019

Licence Transfer of the Long-Term Care Home’s Licence

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-term Care is reviewing a licence transfer request from CVH (Number 6) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.) (the “Current Licensee”) related to Regency Long Term Care Home (the “Home”), a 60-bed long-term care home, located in Port Hope, Ontario. The licence request includes the following:

The Current Licensee is proposing a corporate restructuring that will change the general partners of the Licensee.  As such, the Current Licensee is requesting approval for the transfer of the home’s long-term care licence:

  • FROM: CVH (Number 6) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.)
  • TO: CVH (Number 6) LP by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc.) (the “New Licensee”)

The licence transfer would not result in any operational or management changes to the home.

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the proposal in respect of the licence transfers for projects #23-011, #23-012 and #23-018 to #23-034 and has made the following decision:

  • The transfer of the homes’ licences from the current licensees to the proposed licensees has been approved and as such the director has issued new licences to the new licensees.

Hope Street Terrace — Project #23-018

Licence Transfer of the Long-Term Care Home’s Licence

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-term Care is reviewing a licence transfer request from CVH (Number 6) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.) (the “Current Licensee”) related to Hope Street Terrace (the “Home”), a 97-bed long-term care home, located in Port Hope, Ontario. The licence request includes the following:

The Current Licensee is proposing a corporate restructuring that will change the general partners of the Licensee. As such, the Current Licensee is requesting approval for the transfer of the home’s long-term care licence:

  • FROM: CVH (Number 6) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.)
  • TO: CVH (Number 6) LP by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc.) (the “New Licensee”)

The licence transfer would not result in any operational or management changes to the home.

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the proposal in respect of the licence transfers for projects #23-011, #23-012 and #23-018 to #23-034 and has made the following decision:

  • The transfer of the homes’ licences from the current licensees to the proposed licensees has been approved and as such the director has issued new licences to the new licensees.

Southbridge Lakehead — Project #23-017

Licence Transfer of the Long-Term Care Home’s Licence

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-term Care is reviewing a proposal related to Southbridge Lakehead (the “Home”), a 131-bed long-term care home, located in Thunder Bay, Ontario.

The Current Licensee is proposing a corporate restructuring that will change the general partners of the Licensee. As such the Current Licensee is proposed to change:

  • FROM: CVH (Number 9) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.) (the “Current” Licensee)
  • TO: CVH (Number 9) LP by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc.) (the “New Licensee”)

The licence transfer would not result in any operational or management changes to the home.

As such, the ministry is reviewing the following licence request:

The issuance of a new 30-year long-term care licence to the New Licensee upon the redevelopment of Southbridge Lakehead’s 131 long-term carebeds with an additional 29-beds to be developed to create a new 160-bed long-term carehome to be located at 274 Clavert Street in Thunder Bay, Ontario. Note: A public consultation was conducted in 2019 on the issuance of a new licence to the Current Licensee, however, as there is now a proposal to change the Current Licensee to the New Licensee further public consultation is being conducted.

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the proposal in respect of the licence transfer and the proposal related to the redevelopment for Southbridge Lakehead and has made the following decision:

  • The transfer of the Southbridge Lakehead licence from CVH (Number 9) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.) to CVH (Number 9) LP by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc.) has been approved and as such the director has issued a licence to the new licensee.
  • The director has also provided an undertaking to issue a new 160-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to CVH (Number 9) LP by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc.) upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Parisien Manor — Project #23-016

Licence Transfer of the Long-Term Care Home’s Licence

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-term Care is reviewing a proposal from CVH (Number 6) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.) (the “Current Licensee”) related to Parisien Manor (the “Home”), a 65-bed long-term care home, located in Cornwall, Ontario. The licence request includes the following:

  1. The Current Licensee is proposing a corporate restructuring that will change the general partners of the Licensee. As such, the Current Licensee is requesting approval for the transfer of the home’s long-term care licence:
    • FROM: CVH (Number 6) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.)
    • TO: CVH (Number 6) LP by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc.) (the “New Licensee”)

The licence transfer would not result in any operational or management changes to the home.

  1. The issuance of a new 30-year long-term care licence to the New Licensee upon the redevelopment of Parisien Manor’s 65 long-term carebeds with an additional 95-beds to be developed to create a new 160-bed long-term carehome to be named Southbridge Cornwall to be located at 439 Second Street East in Cornwall, Ontario. Note: A public consultation was conducted in 2019 on the issuance of a new licence to the Current Licensee, however as there is now a proposal to transfer the licence to the New Licensee further public consultation is being conducted.

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the proposal in respect of the licence transfer and the proposal related to the redevelopment for Parisien Manor and has made the following decision:

  • The transfer of the Parisien Manor licence from CVH (Number 6) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.) to CVH (Number 6) LP by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc.) has been approved and as such the director has issued a licence to the new licensee.
  • The redevelopment of the home has also been approved and therefore the director has also issued a new 160-bed long-term care home licence to the new licensee.

Maple View — Project #23-015

Licence Transfer of the Long-Term Care Home’s Licence

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-term Care is reviewing a proposal from CVH (Number 3) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.) (the “Current Licensee”) related to Maple View (the “Home”), a 29-bed long-term care home, located in Owen Sound, Ontario. The licence request includes the following:

  1. The Current Licensee is proposing a corporate restructuring that will change the general partners of the Licensee. As such, the Current Licensee is requesting approval for the transfer of the home’s long-term care licence:
    • FROM: CVH (Number 3) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.)
    • TO: CVH (Number 3) LP by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc.) (the “New Licensee”). The licence transfer would not result in any operational or management changes to the home
  2. The issuance of a new 30-year long-term care licence to the New Licensee upon the transfer and redevelopment of Maple View’s 29 long-term carebeds with an additional 131-beds to be developed to create a new 160-bed long-term carehome to be named Southbridge Owen Sound to be located at 16th Avenue and 14 Street East in Owen Sound, Ontario. Note: A public consultation was conducted in 2019 on the issuance of a new licence to the Current Licensee, however as there is now a proposal to transfer the licence to the New Licensee further public consultation is being conducted.

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the proposal in respect of the licence transfer and the proposal related to the redevelopment for Maple View and has made the following decision:

  • The transfer of the Maple View licence from CVH (Number 3) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.) to CVH (Number 3) LP by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc.) has been approved and as such the director has issued a licence to the new licensee.
  • The redevelopment of the home has also been approved and therefore the director has also issued a new 160-bed long-term care home licence to the new licensee.

Maitland Manor — Project #23-014

Licence Transfer of the Long-Term Care Home’s Licence

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-term Care is reviewing a proposal CVH (Number 2) LP (the “Current Licensee”) related to Georgian Heights (the “Home”), a 40-bed long-term care home, located in Owen Sound, Ontario. The licence request includes the following:

  1. The Current Licensee is proposing a corporate restructuring that will change the general partners of the Licensee. As such, the Current Licensee is requesting approval for the transfer of the home’s long-term care licence:
    • FROM: CVH (Number 2) LP
    • TO: CVH (Number 2) LP by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc.) (the “New Licensee”)

The licence transfer would not result in any operational or management changes to the home.

  1. The issuance of a new 30-year long-term care licence to the New Licensee upon the redevelopment of Maitland Manor’s 91 long-term carebeds with an additional 69 beds to be developed to create a new 160-bed long-term carehome to be named Southbridge Goderich to be located at the North West corner of Dechert Road and Bayfield Road in Goderich, Ontario. Note: A public consultation was conducted in January 2022 on the issuance of a new licence to the Current Licensee, however as there is now a proposal to transfer the licence to the New Licensee further public consultation is being conducted.

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the proposal in respect of the licence transfer and the proposal related to the redevelopment for Maitland Manor and has made the following decision:

  • The transfer of the Maitland Manor licence from CVH (Number 2) to CVH (Number 2) LP by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc.) has been approved and as such the director has issued a licence to the new licensee.
  • The director has also approved an undertaking to issue a new 160-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to CVH (Number 2) LP by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc.) upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Georgian Heights — Project #23-013

Licence Transfer of the Long-Term Care Home’s Licence

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-term Care is reviewing a proposal CVH (Number 2) LP (the “Current Licensee”) related to Georgian Heights (the “Home”), a 40-bed long-term care home, located in Owen Sound, Ontario. The licence request includes the following:

  1. The Current Licensee is proposing a corporate restructuring that will change the general partners of the Licensee. As such, the Current Licensee is requesting approval for the transfer of the home’s long-term care licence:
    • FROM: CVH (Number 2) LP
    • TO: CVH (Number 2) LP by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc.) (the “New Licensee”)

The licence transfer would not result in any operational or management changes to the home.

  1. The issuance of a new 30-year long-term care licence to CVH (Number 3) LP by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc.) (the “Proposed Licensee”) upon the transfer and redevelopment of Georgian Height’s 40 long-term carebeds with an additional 120-beds to be developed to create a new 160-bed long-term carehome to be named Southbridge Owen Sound to be located at 16th Avenue and 14 Street East in Owen Sound, Ontario. Note: A public consultation was conducted in 2019 on the issuance of a new licence for the home upon completion of the redevelopment, however as there is now a proposal to transfer the licence to the Proposed Licensee further public consultation is being conducted.

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the proposal in respect of the licence transfer and the proposal related to the redevelopment for Georgian Heights and has made the following decision:

  • The transfer of the Georgian Heights licence from CVH (Number 2) to CVH (Number 2) LP by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc.) has been approved and as such the director has issued a licence to the new licensee.
  • The redevelopment of the home has also been approved and therefore the director has also issued a new 160-bed long-term care home licence to the new licensee.

Chelsey Park — Project #23-012

Licence Transfer of the Long-Term Care Home’s Licence

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-term Care is reviewing a proposal from CVH (Number 3) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.) (the “Current Licensee”) related to Chelsey Park (the “Home”), a 87-bed long-term care home, located in London, Ontario. The licence request includes the following:

The Current Licensee is proposing a corporate restructuring that will change the general partners of the Licensee. As such, the Current Licensee is requesting approval for the transfer of the home’s long-term care licence:

  • FROM: CVH (Number 3) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.)
  • TO: CVH (Number 3) LP by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc.) (the “New Licensee”)

The licence transfer would not result in any operational or management changes to the home.

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the proposal in respect of the licence transfers for projects #23-011, #23-012 and #23-018 to #23-034 and has made the following decision:

  • The transfer of the homes’ licences from the current licensees to the proposed licensees has been approved and as such the director has issued new licences to the new licensees.

Southbridge London — Project #23-011

Licence Transfer of the Long-Term Care Home’s Licence

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-term Care is reviewing a licence transfer request from CVH (Number 3) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.) (the “Current Licensee”) related to Southbridge London (the “Home”), a 160-bed long-term care home, located in London, Ontario. The licence request includes the following

The Current Licensee is proposing a corporate restructuring that will change the general partners of the Licensee. As such, the Current Licensee is requesting approval for the transfer of the home’s long-term care licence:

  • FROM: CVH (Number 3) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.)
  • TO: CVH (Number 3) LP by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc.) (the “New Licensee”)

The licence transfer would not result in any operational or management changes to the home.

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the proposal in respect of the licence transfers for projects #23-011, #23-012 and #23-018 to #23-034 and has made the following decision:

  • The transfer of the homes’ licences from the current licensees to the proposed licensees has been approved and as such the director has issued new licences to the new licensees.

Bayfield Manor — Project #23-010

Licence Transfer of the Long-Term Care Home’s Licence

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-term Care is reviewing a proposal from CVH (Number 7) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.) (the “Current Licensee”) related to Bayfield Manor (the “Home”), a 66-bed long-term care home, located in Kemptville, Ontario. The licence request includes the following:

  1. The Current Licensee is proposing a corporate restructuring that will change the general partners of the Licensee. As such, the Current Licensee is requesting approval for the transfer of the home’s long-term care licence:
    • FROM: CVH (Number 7) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.)
    • TO: CVH (Number 7) LP by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc.) (the “New Licensee”)
  2. The issuance of a new 30-year long-term care licence to the New Licensee upon redevelopment of Bayfield Manor’s 66 long-term care beds with an additional 94-beds to be developed to create a new 160-bed long-term care home at the same location as the existing home, located at 100 Elvira Street West in Kemptville, Ontario. Note: A public consultation was conducted in 2019 on the issuance of a new licence to the Current Licensee, however as there is now a proposal to transfer the licence to the New Licensee further public consultation is being conducted.

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the proposal for the licence transfer and to the redevelopment for Bayfield Manor and has made the following decision:

  • The transfer of the Bayfield Manor licence from CVH (Number 7) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.) to CVH (Number 7) LP by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc.) has been approved and as such the director has issued a licence to the new licensee.
  • The redevelopment of the home has also been approved and therefore the director has also issued a new 160-bed long-term care home licence to the new licensee.

Broadview Nursing Home — Project #23-008

The development of a 128-bed long-term care in Smiths Falls

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-term Care is reviewing a proposal from Broadview Nursing Centre Limited (the “Licensee”), for issuing a new long-term care home licence for Broadview Nursing Home (the “Home”), a 128-bed long-term carehome to be redeveloped in Smith Falls, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the upgrade of the home’s 75 beds at a new location at or near Pearl Street in Smiths Falls
  • the transfer and upgrade of 53 beds to the Replacement Home from Hilltop Manor Nursing Home in Merrickville, to be included in the proposed 128-bed development
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 128 "new" beds at the replacement home, following the development

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Broadview Nursing Home proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Broadview Nursing Home has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 128-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to Broadview Nursing Centre Limited upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Magellan — Project #22-007

Development of a 256-bed long-term care home in Toronto

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Magellan Community Care (the “proposed licensee”), for issuing a new long-term care home licence for Magellan Community Care (the “home”), a new 256-bed long-term care home to be developed in Toronto, Ontario. 

The proposal involves:

  • the development of 256 new long-term care beds, allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care to be included in the proposed 256-bed development project, to be located at 640 Lansdowne Ave, subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 256 new beds, following the development of the home.

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Magellan proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Magellan has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 256-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to Magellan Community Care upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Rose of Sharon Korean Long-Term Care Home — Project #23-006

Licence Transfer of the long-term care home’s licence to Arirang Age-Friendly Community Centre

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Rose of Sharon (Ontario) Retirement Community (the “current licensee”) related to Rose of Sharon Korean Long Term Care (the “home”), a 60-bed long-term care (long-term care) home, located in Toronto, Ontario.

The request involves the transfer of the licence for the home from the current licensee to Arirang Age-Friendly Community Centre (the “new licensee”). The new licensee intends to continue to operate the home in its current location.

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the proposal in respect of the licence transfer and has made the following decision:

  • The transfer of the Rose of Sharon Korean Long Term Care Home licence from Rose of Sharon (Ontario) Retirement Community to Arirang Age-Friendly Community Centre has been approved and as such the director has issued a licence to the new licensee.

Edgewater Gardens — Project #23-005

The development of a 128-bed long-term care home in Dunnville

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Haldimand War Memorial Hospital (the “licensee”), for issuing a new long-term care (long-term care) home licence for Edgewater Garden Long Term Care Centre (the “home”), a 64-bed long-term care home to be redeveloped in Dunnville, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the development of 64 long-term care beds, allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care to be included in the proposed development project that will result in a 128-bed home, subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the issuance of a new licence for the operation of 128 “new” beds for up to 30 years, following the development at the home

Providence Healthcare — Project #23-004

Development of a 180-bed long-term care home in Scarborough

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Unity Health Toronto (the licensee) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Providence Healthcare, a proposed 468-bed long-term care home to be developed in Scarborough, Ontario. The proposal involves:

  • the development of 180 long-term care beds allocated by the ministry of Long-Term Care to be included in the proposed 180-bed development project located at 3276 St. Clair Avenue East in Scarborough, Ontario, subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the issuance of a new long-term care licence for the operation of 180 “new” beds, with a term of up to 30 years, following the development of the home
  • the existing 288 long-term care beds at the home are not included in the proposal

Maxville Manor — Project #23-003

The development of a 160-bed long-term care in Maxville

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Maxville Manor (the Licensee) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Maxville Manor, a proposed 160-bed long-term care home to be redeveloped at 80 Mechanics Street West in Maxville, Ontario Maxville, Ontario. The proposal involves:

  • the upgrade of 122 existing beds at the home’s current location
  • the development of 38 long-term care beds approved by the ministry of Long-Term Care to be included in the proposed 160-bed development project located at the current site, subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the issuance of a new long-term care licence for the operation of 160 “new” beds, with a term of up to 30 years, following the development of the home

Lennox and Addington County General Hospital — Project #23-002

Development of a 128-bed long-term care home in Napanee

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Lennox and Addington County General Hospital Association (the “Licensee”), for issuing a new long-term care home licence for Lennox and Addington County General Hospital, a 128-bed long-term care home to be redeveloped in Napanee, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the development of 128 long-term care beds, allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care to be included in the proposed 128-bed development project, subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 128 "new" beds, following the development at the home

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Lennox and Addington County General Hospital proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Lennox and Addington County General Hospital proposal has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 128-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to Lennox and Addington County General Hospital Association upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Woods Park Care Centre — Project #23-001

Licence Transfer of the LTC Home’s Licence to The Royale Development GP Corporation as a general partner of The Royale Development LP

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from a licence transfer request from Woods Park Care Centre Inc. (the Current Licensee) related to Woods Park Care Centre, a 123-bed long-term care home, located in Barrie, Ontario.

The request involves the transfer of the licence for the home from the Current Licensee to The Royale Development GP Corporation as general partner of The Royale Development LP (the “Proposed Licensee” a subsidiary of Sienna Senior Living Inc.). The Proposed Licensee intends to continue to operate the home in its current location.

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the proposal in respect of the licence transfer and has made the following decision:

  • The transfer of the Woods Park Care Centre licence from Woods Park Care Centre Inc. to The Royale Development GP Corporation as general partner of The Royale Development LP has been approved and as such the director has issued a licence to the new licensee.

Champlain Long Term Care Residence — Project #22-054

Development of a 224-bed long-term care home in Orleans

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from the DTOC II Long Term Care LP, by its general partner, DTOC II Long Term Care MGP (a general partnership) by its partners, DTOC II Long Term Care GP Inc. and Arch Venture Holdings Inc. (the Licensee) for issuing a long-term care home licence to Champlain Long Term Care Residence, a 60-bed long-term care home currently located at 428 Front Road West in L’Orignal, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the redevelopment of the home’s 60-beds at a new site located at 1161 Old Montreal Road in Orleans, Ontario (the “Replacement Home”)
  • the development of 164 additional long-term care beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care (the “ministry”) to be included in the proposed 224-bed development project, subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 224 "new" beds at the Replacement Home, following the development

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Champlain Long Term Care Residence proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Champlain Long Term Care Residence has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 224-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to DTOC II Long Term Care LP, by its general partner, DTOC II Long Term Care MGP (a general partnership) by its partners, DTOC II Long Term Care GP Inc. and Arch Venture Holdings Inc. upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Pioneer Manor — Project #22-052

Development of a 444-bed long-term care home in Sudbury

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from the City of Greater Sudbury (the Operator) for issuing a long-term care home Approval for Pioneer Manor, a 433-bed long-term care (long-term care) home located at 960 Notre Dame Avenue in Sudbury, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the upgrade of 122 of the home’s long-term care beds at the current location
  • the development of 38 additional long-term care beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care to be included in the proposed 160-bed development project, subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007
  • the issuance of an amended long-term care Home Approval (the “Approval”) for the operation of 444 beds at the home, following the development

Schlegel Villages-Milton — Project #22-051

Development of a 192-bed long-term care home in Milton

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from the Schlegel Villages Inc. (the Licensee) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Schlegel Villages Milton, a proposed new long-term care home to be developed on the North West corner of Tremaine Rd and Dymott Ave in Milton, Ontario. 

The proposal involves:

  • the development of 192 long-term care beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care (the “ministry”), subject to project approval and meeting all licensing requirements under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007 or successor legislation
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for “192” New beds, following the development of the new Home

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Schlegel Villages-Milton proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Schlegel Villages-Milton has been approved and has such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 192-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to Schlegel Villages Inc. upon the completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Southbridge Chelsey Park — Project #22-050

Development of a 160-bed long-term care home in London

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from CVH (No. 3) (the “Licensee”), a subsidiary of Southbridge Care Homes, for issuing a new long-term care (long-term care) home licence for Southbridge Chelsey Park (to be formerly known as Chelsey Park) (the“Home”), a 247-bed long-term care home to be redeveloped in London, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the transfer and redevelopment of 160 of the home’s 247 long-term care beds to Southbridge London
  • the upgrade of the remaining 87 beds at the home’s current location of 310 Oxford Street West
  • the development of 73 additional long-term care beds approved by the ministry to be included in the proposed 160-bed development project, subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007
  • the approval and the issuance of a new license with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 160 New long-term care beds, following the completion of the project

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Southbridge Chelsey Park proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Southbridge Chelsey Park has been approved and has such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 160-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to CVH (No. 3) upon the completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Wellington House Nursing Home  — Project #22-049

Development of a 128-bed long-term care home in Prescott

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Arch Long Term Care LP by its General Partner, Arch Long Term Care MGP, by its partners, Arch Long Term Care GP Inc. and Arch Capital Management Corporation (the “Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home license for Wellington House Nursing Home (the “Home”), a proposed 128-bed long-term care home to be developed in Prescott, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the upgrade of the home’s 60-beds at a site on vacant land adjacent to the current home at 990 Edward St N in Prescott, Ontario (the “Replacement Home”)
  • the development of 68 additional long-term care beds approved by the Ministry of Long-Term Care (the “ministry”) to be included in the proposed 128-bed development project, subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 128 "new" beds at the Replacement Home, following the development

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Wellington House Nursing Home proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Wellington House Nursing Home has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 128-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to Arch Long Term Care LP by its General Partner, Arch Long Term Care MGP, by its partners, Arch Long Term Care GP Inc. and Arch Capital Management Corporation upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Franklin Gardens Long Term Care Home — Project #22-048

Development of a 160-bed long-term care home in Leamington

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from DTOC Long Term Care LP, by its general partner, DTOC Long Term Care MGP (a general partnership) by its partners, DTOC Long Term Care GP Inc. and Arch Venture Holdings Inc. (the “Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Franklin Gardens Long Term Care Home (the “Home”), a proposed 160-bed long-term care home to be developed in Leamington, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the upgrade of the home’s 120-beds at a site on vacant land adjacent to the current home at 24 Franklin Road in Leamington, Ontario (the “Replacement Home”)
  • the development of 40 additional long-term care beds approved by the Ministry of Long-Term Care (the “ministry”) to be included in the proposed 160-bed development project, subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 160 "new" beds at the Replacement Home, following the development

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Franklin Gardens Long Term Care Home proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Franklin Gardens Long Term Care Home has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 160-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to DTOC Long Term Care LP, by its general partner, DTOC Long Term Care MGP (a general partnership) by its partners, DTOC Long Term Care GP Inc. and Arch Venture Holdings Inc. upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Perth Community Care Centre — Project #22-047

Development of a 160-bed long-term care home in Perth

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Arch Long Term Care LP by its General Partner, Arch Long Term Care MGP, by its partners, Arch Long Term Care GP Inc. and Arch Capital Management Corporation (the “Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Perth Community Care Centre (the “Home”), a proposed 160-bed long-term care home to be developed in Perth, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the upgrade of the home’s 121-beds at a site adjacent to the current Home located at 99 Christie Lake Road in Perth, Ontario (the “Replacement Home”)
  • the development of 39 additional long-term care beds approved by the Ministry of Long-Term Care (the “ministry”) to be included in the proposed 160-bed development project, subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 160 "new" beds at the Replacement Home, following the development

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Perth Community Care Centre proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Perth Community Care Centre has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 160-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to Arch Long Term Care LP by its General Partner, Arch Long Term Care MGP, by its partners, Arch Long Term Care GP Inc. and Arch Capital Management Corporation upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Humber Meadows Long Term Care Home — Project #22-046

Development of a 320-bed long-term care home in Toronto

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Humber Meadows Long-Term Care Home (the “Proposed Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Humber Meadows Long-Term Care Home (the “Home”), a new 320-bed long-term care home to be developed at 2109 Finch Avenue West in Toronto, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the development of 320 long-term care beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care (the “ministry”), subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007
  • the approval and issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 320 "new" beds, following the development of the home

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Humber Meadows Long Term Care Home proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Humber Meadows Long Term Care Home has been approved and as such the director has issued a new 320-bed licence for the home to Humber Meadows Long Term Care Home.

The Village of Winston Park — Project #22-045

Development of a 288-bed long-term care home in Kitchener

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Schlegel Villages Inc. (the Licensee) for issuing a long-term care home licence for The Village of Winston Park, a proposed 288-bed long-term care home to be redeveloped in Kitchener, Ontario.

The home already has an approval and licence undertaking issued for a 192 long-term care bed project at its current site, that includes a redevelopment of 95 existing beds from The Village of Winston Park and 97 additional beds approved by the Ministry of Long-Term Care.

The new proposal from the licensee involves the development of 96 additional beds resulting in a 288 bed long-term care home comprised of the following:

  • all 84 long-term care beds (structurally classified as “B”) to be transferred from Pinehaven Nursing Home, currently located at 229 Lexington Road in Waterloo, Ontario
  • the development of 12 additional beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care
  • the closure of Pinehaven Nursing Home following the development of The Village of Winston Park

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed The Village of Winston Park proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to The Village of Winston Park has been approved and as such the director has issued a new long-term care home licence for 224 beds at The Village of Winston Park.

The director has issued an undertaking for the remaining 64 beds to receive a new long-term care home licence for up to Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 202130 years upon the completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Careswell Residences-Milton — Project #22-044

Development of a 192-bed long-term care home in Milton

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Excelligent Care (the Proposed Licensee) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Careswell Residences - Milton, a new 192-bed long-term care home proposed to be developed at 6360 Regional Road 25 in Milton, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the development of 192 long-term care (LTC) beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care (the “ministry”), subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007
  • the approval and issuance of a new license with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 192 "new" beds, following the development of the home

Camilla Care Community — Project #22-043

Licence Transfer from Vigour Limited Partnership on behalf of Vigour General Partner Inc. to Partners Community Health

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a licence transfer request from Vigour Limited Partnership on behalf of Vigour General Partner Inc. (the Current Licensee), related to Camilla Care Community, a 236-bed long-term care home, located in Mississauga, Ontario.

The request involves the transfer of the licence for the home from the Current Licensee to Partners Community Health (the Proposed Licensee).

Simcoe Manor Home for the Aged — Project #22-042

Development of a 160-bed long-term care home in Beeton

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from the Corporation of the County of Simcoe (the “Operator”) for issuing a new long-term care Home Approval for Simcoe Manor Home for the Aged (the “Home”), a 126-bed long-term care home to be developed at 5988 8th Line, Maine Street East in Beeton, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the upgrade of 126 beds at a location adjacent to the home’s current location
  • the development of 34 additional long-term care beds allocated by the ministry to be included in the proposed 160-bed home, subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007
  • the issuance of a new long-term care Home Approval for the operation of 160 new beds, following the completion of the project

Regional Municipality of Durham-North Pickering — Project #22-041

Development of a 200-bed long-term care home in Pickering

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Regional Municipality of Durham for issuing a new Long-Term care Home Approval for Regional Municipality of Durham – North Pickering, a 200-bed long-term care home to be developed on Whitevale Road in Pickering, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the development of 200 new long-term care beds allocated by the ministry, subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007
  • the issuance of a new long-term care Home Approval for the operation of 200 beds, following the completion of the project

Clare McFaul — Project #22-040

Development of a 128-bed long-term care home in Madoc

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from UniversalCare Canada Inc. (the “Proposed Licensee”) for issuing a new long-term care Home Licence for Clare McFaul long-term care (Centre Hastings) (the “Home”), a 128-bed long-term care home to be developed at 208 Lawrence Street West in Madoc, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the development of 128 long-term care beds approved by the ministry to be included in the proposed 128-bed project, subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007
  • the approval and the issuance of a new licence with a term for up to 30 years for the operation of 128 new beds, following the development

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Clare McFaul proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Clare McFaul has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 128-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to UniversalCare Canada Inc. upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Southbridge Goderich — Project #22-039

Development of a 160-bed long-term care home in Southampton

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from CVH (No. 2) (the “Licensee”) for issuing a new long-term care home licence for Southbridge Goderich (to be formerly known as Maitland Manor) (the “Replacement Home”), a 160-bed long-term care home to be developed in Goderich, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the transfer and redevelopment of the existing Home’s 91 long-term care beds at the north west corner of Dechert Road and Bayfield Road in Goderich
  • the development of 69 additional "new" long-term care beds approved by the ministry to be included in the proposed 160-bed development project
  • the approval and the issuance of a new license with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 160 long-term care beds at the Replacement Home following the completion of the project

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Southbridge Goderich proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Southbridge Goderich has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 160-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to CVH (No. 2) upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Southampton Care Centre — Project #22-038

Development of a 160-bed long-term care home in Southampton

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Southampton Care Centre Inc. (the Licensee), a subsidiary of Jarlette Health Services, for issuing a new long-term care home licence to Southampton Care Centre, an 88-bed LTC home currently located at 140 Grey Street in Southampton, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the redevelopment of the 84 existing beds at the home’s current location
  • the development of 49 additional long-term care beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care (the “ministry”), subject to ministry approval and meeting all licensing requirements under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007
  • the transfer of 27 long-term care beds to the home from Elgin Abbey in Chesley, Ontario
  • the approval of the bed transfer and the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 160 "new" beds, following the development of the home
  • the subsequent closure of Elgin Abbey following the development of the home

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Southampton Care Centre proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Southampton Care Centre has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 160-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to Southampton Care Centre Inc. upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Maple Villa Long Term Care Centre — Project #22-037

Development of a 256-bed long-term care home in Burlington

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Better Life LTC Inc. (the “Licensee”) for issuing a new long-term care home licence for Maple Villa Long Term Care Centre (the “Home”), a 256-bed LTC home to be developed in Burlington, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the upgrade of the home’s 93 existing LTC beds at a new site located at 4103 Palladium Way in Burlington
  • the development of 163 additional "new" LTC beds approved by the ministry to be included in the proposed 256-bed development project
  • the issuance of a new license with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 256 LTC beds, following the completion of the project

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Maple Villa Long Term Care Centre proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Maple Villa Long Term Care Centre has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 256-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to Better Life LTC Inc. upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Macassa Lodge — Project #22-036

Development of a 290-bed long-term care home in Hamilton

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from the City of Hamilton (the “Operator”) for issuing an amended long-term care Home Approval for Macassa Lodge (the “Home”), a 270-bed long-term care home to be developed in Hamilton, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the redevelopment of 44 existing beds at the home’s current location
  • the development of 20 additional long-term care beds approved by the ministry to be included in the proposed 64-bed project that will result in a 290-bed home, subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007
  • the issuance of an amended long-term care Home Approval for the operation of 290 beds, following the completion of the project

The Four Seasons Lodge — Project #22-035

Development of a 96-bed long-term care home in Deep River

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Deep River and District Hospital (the Licensee) for issuing a long-term care home licence for The Four Seasons Lodge, a proposed 96-bed long-term care home to be developed in Deep River, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the self-funded upgrade of the existing 10 "New" beds at the home’s current location
  • the development of 86 additional long-term care beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care (the “ministry”) to be included in the proposed 96-bed development project, subject to meeting all licensing requirements under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007
  • the issuance of a new long-term care licence for a new 96-bed long-term care home with a term of up to 30 years

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the The Four Seasons Lodge proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to The Four Seasons Lodge has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 96-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to Deep River and District Hospital upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Lakeridge Health Ajax Long Term Care Home — Project #22-034

Development of a 320-bed long-term care home in Ajax

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from the Lakeridge Health (the “Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Lakeridge Health Ajax Long Term Care Home (the “New Home”), a proposed new 320-bed LTC home to be developed in Ajax, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the development of 320 LTC beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care proposed to be located at 680 Harwood Avenue South in Ajax
  • the issuance of a new LTC licence for a new 320-bed LTC home with a term of up to 30 years, following the development of the New Home

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Lakeridge Health-Ajax proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Lakeridge Health-Ajax has been approved and as such the director has issued a new 320-bed licence for the home to Lakeridge Health.

The Jewish Home for the Aged — Project #21-033

Licence Transfer of the long-term care Home’s Licence to Baycrest Hospital

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from The Jewish Home for the Aged (the Current Licensee) in conjunction with Baycrest Hospital (the Proposed Licensee) for a licence transfer of The Jewish Home for the Aged, a 472-bed, long-term care home located in North York, Ontario.

The request involves the transfer of the licence for the home from the Current Licensee to the Proposed Licensee, which is an affiliate of the Current Licensee. The licence transfer would not result in any operational changes to the home.

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the proposal in respect of the licence transfer and has made the following decision:

Two Long-Term Care Homes in Oakville — Project #21-032

Development of two 320-bed long-term care homes in Oakville

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Schlegel Villages Inc. (the “Proposed Licensee”) for issuing two long-term care home licenses for two Homes to be developed at 2165 Dundas Street West in Oakville.

The proposal involves:

  • the development of Home 1 with a total of 320 beds composed of a 234 beds conditionally allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care and the transfer of all 86 bed from Erin Mills Lodge Nursing Home in Mississauga owned by the Licensee
  • the development of Home 2 with a total of 320 beds, all conditionally allocated by Ministry of Long-Term Care
  • the issuance of a 320 bed license with a 30-year term to each home
  • the closure of Erin Mills Lodge Nursing Home following the development of the home

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the two long-term care homes in Oakville proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to the two new long term care homes in Oakville has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue two new 320-bed long-term care home licences for up to 30 years to Schlegel Villages Inc. upon completion of the redevelopment of the homes.

DTOC II Vaughan — Project #21-031

Development of a 256-bed long-term care home in Vaughan

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from DTOC II Long Term Care LP, by its general partner, DTOC II Long Term Care MGP (a general partnership) by its partners, DTOC II Long Term Care GP Inc. and Arch Venture Holdings Inc. (the “Proposed Licensee”) for issuing a long-term care home licence for DTOC II - Vaughan (the “New Home”), a proposed 256-bed long-term care home to be developed in Vaughan, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the development of 256 long-term care beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care to be located at 7231 Martin Grove Road in Vaughan
  • the issuance of a new long-term care licence for a new 256-bed long-term care home with a term of up to 30 years, following the development of the New Home.

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the DTOC II-Vaughan proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to DTOC II-Vaughan has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 256-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to DTOC II Long Term Care LP, by its general partner, DTOC II Long Term Care MGP (a general partnership) by its partners, DTOC II Long Term Care LP Inc. and Arch Venture Holdings Inc. upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

peopleCare Tavistock — Project #21-030

Development of a 128-bed long-term care home in Tavistock

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from peopleCare Communities Inc. (the licensee) for issuing a long-term care home licence for peopleCare Tavistock, a 100-bed long-term care home located at 28 William Street S in Tavistock, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the redevelopment of the home’s 100-beds with an additional 28 beds approved by the Ministry of Long-Term Care to create a new 128-bed long-term care home located at a site adjacent to the current home in Tavistock, Ontario
  • the issuance of a new long-term care licence for a new 128-bed long-term care home with a term of up to 30 years

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the peopleCare Tavistock proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to peopleCare Tavistock has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 128-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to peopleCare Communities Inc. upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Extendicare Sudbury — Project #21-029

Development of a 320-bed long-term care home in Sudbury

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Extendicare (Canada) Inc. (the licensee) for issuing a new long-term care home licence for Extendicare Sudbury #2 (the new home), a proposed new long-term care home to be developed at Bancroft Drive and Nottingham Avenue in Sudbury, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the transfer and upgrade of 266 of the 288 beds from Extendicare York located at 333 York Street in Sudbury, Ontario to the new home
  • the development of 54 additional long-term care beds conditionally allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care to be included in the proposed 320-bed development project
  • the approval of the bed transfers and the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 320 beds, following the development of the new home
  • the closure of 22 of the 288 beds at the Extendicare York following the development at Extendicare Sudbury #1
  • the closure of Extendicare York following the development of the new home

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Extendicare Sudbury proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Extendicare Sudbury has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 320-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to Extendicare (Canada) Inc. upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Oakwood Manor — Project #21-028

Development of a 288-bed long-term care home in Niagara Falls

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Maryban Holdings Ltd. (the licensee) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Oakwood Park Lodge, a proposed 288-bed long-term care home to be developed in Niagara Falls, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the upgrade of 153 beds from Oakwood Park Lodge located at 6747 Oakwood Drive in Niagara Falls, in the current location and renaming the home to Oakwood Manor
  • the transfer of all 65 beds to the home from Valley Park Lodge located in Niagara Falls and licensed to 955464 Ontario Limited, an affiliate of the licensee
  • the development of 70 additional long-term care beds conditionally allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care at the home
  • the issuance of a new long-term care licence for a new 288-bed long-term care home with a term of up to 30 years
  • the closure of Valley Park Lodge following the development of the home

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Oakwood Manor proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Oakwood Manor proposal has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 288-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to Maryban Holdings Ltd. upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Southbridge Port Hope — Project #21-027

Development of a 192-bed long-term care home in Port Hope

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from CVH (No. 6) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.) (the proposed licensee) for issuing a new long-term care home licence for Southbridge Port Hope (the new home), a proposed new long-term care home to be developed at 20 Hope Street South in Port Hope, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the redevelopment and transfer of 97 beds from Hope Street Terrace and 60 beds from Regency Manor to the new home
  • the development of 35 additional long-term care beds conditionally allocated by the ministry to be included in the proposed 192-bed development project, subject to project approval and meeting all licensing requirements under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 192 new beds at the new home in Port Hope, Ontario, following the development.

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Southbridge Port Hope proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Southbridge Port Hope has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 320-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to CVH (No. 6) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care LP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.) upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Southbridge Pickering — Project #21-026

Development of a 320-bed long-term care home in Pickering

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from CVH (No. 6) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.) (the licensee) for issuing a new long-term care home licence to Southbridge Pickering (Orchard Villa), a 233-bed long-term care home located at 1955 Valley Farm Road in Pickering, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the development of 87 additional long-term care beds conditionally allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care (the ministry) to be included in the proposed 320-bed development project, subject to project approval and meeting all licensing requirements under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 320 new beds at the existing location, following the development

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Southbridge Pickering proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Southbridge Pickering has been approved and has such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 320-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to CVH (No. 6) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care LP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.) upon the completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Carefirst Campus of Care — Project #21-025

Development of a 120-bed long-term care home in Richmond Hill

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Carefirst Seniors and Community Services Association (the proposed licensee) for issuing a new long-term care home licence for Carefirst Campus of Care.

The proposal involves:

  • the development of 120 long-term care beds conditionally allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care (the ministry) to be located at 9893 Leslie Street in Richmond Hill, Ontario, subject to project approval and meeting all licensing requirements under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007 
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 120 new beds, following the development of the home

Tuoi Hac Village — Project #21-024

Development of a 160-bed long-term care home in Brampton

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Golden Age Village for the Elderly (the proposed licensee) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Tuoi Hac Village.

The proposal involves:

  • the development of 160 long-term care beds conditionally allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care (the ministry) subject to project approval and meeting all licensing requirements under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007 at 8950 McLaughlin Road in Brampton, Ontario
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 160 new beds at the new home, following the development

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Tuoi Hac Village proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Tuoi Hac Village has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 160-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to the Golden Age Village for the Elderly upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Rainy River Health Care — Project #21-023

Issuance of a new long-term care licence to Rainy River Health Care

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal to issue a new long-term care licence to Riverside Health Care Facilities Inc. (the licensee) for Rainy River Health Centre, a 21-bed long-term care home located at 114 Fourth Street in Rainy River, Ontario. The current licence expires on June 23, 2024.

At least three years prior to expiration, the Ministry of Long-Term Care must provide notice to the licensee that no new licence will be issued for the home upon expiration or give an undertaking that a new licence will be issued to the licensee if specified conditions are met.

If approved, a new licence for 21-beds with a term of 10 years as of June 24, 2024, would be issued for the home, subject to all applicable requirements and conditions.

Golden Manor — Project #21-022

Development of a 192-bed long-term care home in Timmins

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from The Corporation of the City of Timmins (the “operator”) for issuing a new long-term care home approval for Golden Manor (the “home”), a 177-bed long-term care home located at 481 Melrose Boulevard in Timmins, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the upgrade of the home’s 177 beds on a site next to the home
  • the development of 15 additional long-term care beds conditionally allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care (the “ministry”) to be included in the proposed 192-bed development project, subject to project approval and meeting all licensing requirements under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007
  • the issuance of a new long-term approval (the “approval”) for the operation of 192 “new” beds at the home, following the development

Carlingview Manor — Project #21-021

Development of a 320-bed long-term care home in Orléans

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care (is reviewing a proposal from AXR Operating (National) LP, by its general partners (the proposed licensee) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Carlingview Manor, a 303-bed long-term care home currently located at 2330 Carling Avenue in Ottawa Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the transfer and upgrade of the home’s 303 beds with an additional 17 beds allocated by the ministry to create a new 320-bed home at a new site located at 850 Champlain Street in Orléans, Ontario

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Carlingview Manor proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Carlingview Manor has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 303-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to AXR Operating (National) LP, by its general partners upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Tilbury Manor Nursing Home — Project #21-020

Development of a 160-bed long-term care home in Tilbury

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Arch Long Term Care LP by its General Partner, Arch Long Term Care MGP, by its partners, Arch Long Term Care GP Inc. and Arch Capital Management Corporation (the licensee) for issuing a long-term care home licence to Tilbury Manor Nursing Home, a 75-bed long-term care home currently located at 16 Fort Street in Tilbury, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the redevelopment and transfer of the home’s 75 beds with an additional 85 beds allocated by the ministry to create a new 160-bed long-term care home, currently known as Arch Long Term Care Lakeshore (the “replacement home”), to be located at 1628 Essex County Rd 22 in Lakeshore (Belle River), Ontario
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for the operation of 160 “new” beds at the replacement home, following the development

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Tilbury Manor Nursing Home proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Tilbury Manor Nursing Home has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 160-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to Arch Long Term Care LP by its General Partner, Arch Long Term Care MGP, by its partners, Arch Long Term Care LP Inc. and Arch Capital Management Corporation upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Grey Gables Home for the Aged — Project #21-018

Development of a 128-bed long-term care home in Markdale

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from the Corporation of the County of Grey (the operator) for issuing an amended long-term care home approval for Grey Gables Home for the Aged, a 66-bed long-term care home located at 206 Toronto Street South in Markdale, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the upgrade of the home’s 66 along with the development of 62 additional long-term care beds approved by the Ministry of Long-Term Care (the ministry), subject to project approval and meeting all licensing requirements under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007 
  • the issuance of an amended approval to increase the number of licensed beds from 66 to 128 following the redevelopment of the new long-term care home at the same location in Markdale, Ontario

The Wellington Nursing Home — Project #21-017

Licence transfer of the long-term care home’s licence

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Barton Retirement Inc. (the current licensee and vendor) in conjunction with DTOC III Long Term Care LP by its general partner, DTOC III Long Term Care MGP (a general partnership), by its partners DTOC III Long Term Care GP Inc. and Arch Venture Holdings Inc. (the proposed purchaser) for a licence transfer of The Wellington Nursing Home, a 102-bed, long-term care home located in Hamilton, Ontario.

The proposal involves the transfer of the licence for the home from the current licensee and vendor to the proposed purchaser.

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the proposal in respect of the licence transfer and has made the following decision:

  • The transfer of The Wellington Nursing Home’s licence from Barton Retirement Inc. to DTOC III Long Term Care LP by its general partner, DTOC III Long Term Care MGP (a general partnership), by its partners DTOC III Long Term Care LP Inc. and Arch Venture Holdings Inc. (has been approved and as such the director has issued a licence to the new licensee.

John Noble Home — Project #21-016

Development of a 176-bed long-term care home in Brantford

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from The Corporation of the City of Brantford and the Corporation of the County of Brant (the operator) for issuing an amended long-term care home approval to John Noble Home, a 156-bed long-term care home currently located at 97 Mount Pleasant Road in Brantford, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the development of an additional 20 long-term care beds approved by the Ministry of Long-Term Care to be included in the proposed 20-bed development project, subject to project approval and meeting all licensing requirements under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007
  • the issuance of an amended approval to increase the number of licensed beds from 156 to 176 following the redevelopment of the new long-term care home at the same location in Brantford, Ontario.

Extendicare Kingston — Project #21-015

Development of a 192-bed long-term care home in Kingston

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Extendicare (Canada) Inc. (the licensee) for issuing a new long-term care home licence to Extendicare Kingston, a 150-bed long-term care home currently located at 309 Queen Mary Road in Kingston, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the transfer and upgrade of the home’s 150 beds with an additional 42 beds allocated by the ministry to create a new 192-bed home at a new site located at 700 Gardiners Road in Kingston, Ontario

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Extendicare Kingston proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Extendicare Kingston has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 150-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to Extendicare (Canada) Inc. upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Birchwood Terrace — Project #21-014

Licence transfer of the long-term care home’s licence to Wiigwas Elder and Senior Care

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal a licence transfer request from CVH (No. 2) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (the licensee) to transfer the licence of Birchwood Terrace, a 96-bed, structurally classified as “C” long-term care home, located at 237 Lakeview Drive in Kenora, Ontario to Wiigwas Elder and Senior Care a new non-profit organization created by Kenora Chiefs Advisory.

The request involves:

  • the transfer of the licence for the home from the licensee to Wiigwas Elder and Senior Care (WESC) (the “Proposed Purchaser”)

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is also reviewing a proposal from WESC (the proposed purchaser) for issuing a new long-term care home licence for WESC. The proposal includes:

  • the development of 160 long-term care beds that include the home’s 96 beds and an additional 64-beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care, subject to project approval and meeting all licensing requirements under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007
  • the issuance of a new licence for 160- beds with a term of up to 30 years following the development of the replacement home in a new location in Wauzhushk Onigum Nation (Rat Portage) adjacent to Kenora, Ontario

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the proposal in respect of the licence transfer and has made the following decision:

  • The transfer of Birchwood Terrace’s licence from CVH (No. 2) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care LP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes to Wiigwas Elder and Senior Care has been approved and as such the director has issued a licence to the new licensee.

Revera Long Term Care Inc. — Project #21-013

Licence Transfer for 24 long-term care homes in Blenheim, Brantford, Newmarket, Kitchener, Newcastle, St. Catharines, Picton, Stratford, Scarborough, Grimsby, Toronto, Orillia, Lucknow, Uxbridge, Cambridge, Elmvale, Sarnia, Owen Sound, Paris, Oshawa, Kincardine, Ridgetown and Etobicoke

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Revera Long Term Care Inc. (the Current Licensee) related to the following 24 long-term care homes to transfer licences to the respective proposed licensees noted below which are all affiliates of the Current Licensee:

  1. Blenheim Community Village, a 65-bed long-term care home located in Blenheim, Ontario, from the Current Licensee to Blenheim Operating Inc.
  2. Brierwood Gardens, a 79-bed long-term care home located in Brantford, Ontario, from the Current Licensee to Brierwood Operating Inc.
  3. Eagle Terrace, a 70-bed long-term care home located in Newmarket, Ontario, from the Current Licensee to Eagle Terrace Operating Inc.
  4. Forest Heights, a 240-bed long-term care home located in Kitchener, Ontario, from the Current Licensee to Forest Heights Operating Inc.
  5. Fosterbrooke, a 88-bed long-term care home located in Newcastle, Ontario, from the Current Licensee to Fosterbrooke Operating Inc.
  6. Garden City Manor, a 200-bed long-term care home located in St. Catharines, Ontario, from the Current Licensee to Garden City Manor Operating Inc.
  7. Hallowell House, a 97-bed long-term care home located in Picton, Ontario, from the Current Licensee to Hallowell House Operating Inc.
  8. Hillside Manor, a 90-bed long-term care home located in Stratford, Ontario, from the Current Licensee to Hillside Manor Operating Inc.
  9. Kennedy Lodge, a 289-bed long-term care home located in Scarborough, Ontario, from the Current Licensee to Kennedy Lodge Operating Inc.
  10. Kilean Lodge, a 50-bed long-term care home located in Grimsby, Ontario, from the Current Licensee to Kilean Lodge Operating Inc.
  11. Mackenzie Place, a 93-bed long-term care home located in Newmarket, Ontario, from the Current Licensee to Mackenzie Place Operating Inc.
  12. Main Street Terrace, a 150-bed long-term care home located in Toronto, Ontario, from the Current Licensee to Main Street Terrace Operating Inc.
  13. Oak Terrace, a 94-bed long-term care home located in Orillia, Ontario, from the Current Licensee to Oak Terrace Operating Inc.
  14. Pinecrest Manor, a 61-bed long-term care home located in Lucknow, Ontario, from the Current Licensee to Pinecrest Manor Operating Inc.
  15. Reachview Village, a 100-bed long-term care home located in Uxbridge, Ontario, from the Current Licensee to Reachview Village Operating Inc.
  16. Riverbend Place, a 53-bed long-term care home located in Cambridge, Ontario, from the Current Licensee to Riverbend Place Operating Inc.
  17. Sara Vista, a 60-bed long-term care home located in Elmvale, Ontario, from the Current Licensee to Sara Vista Operating Inc.
  18. Sumac Lodge, a 100-bed long-term care home located in Sarnia, Ontario, from the Current Licensee to Sumac Lodge Operating Inc.
  19. Summit Place, a 119-bed long-term care home located in Owen Sound, Ontario, from the Current Licensee to Owen Sound Operating Inc.
  20. Telfer Place, a 45-bed long-term care home located in Paris, Ontario, from the Current Licensee to Telfer Place Operating Inc.
  21. Thorntonview, a 154-bed long-term care home located in Oshawa, Ontario, from the Current Licensee to Thorntonview Operating Inc.
  22. Trillium Court, a 40-bed long-term care home located in Kincardine, Ontario, from the Current Licensee to Trillium Court Operating Inc.
  23. Village on the Ridge, a 40-bed long-term care home located in Ridgetown, Ontario, from the Current Licensee to Village on the Ridge Operating Inc.
  24. Westside, a 242-bed long-term care home located in Etobicoke, Ontario, from the Current Licensee to Westside Operating Inc.

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the proposal in respect of the licence transfers of 24 long-term care homes and has made the following decision:

  • The transfer of the 24 long-term care home licences from Revera Long-Term Care Inc. to affiliates of the current licensee has been approved and as such the director has licences to the new licensees

Hardy Terrace — Project #21-012

Transfer of the long-term care Home's Licence to Hardy Terrace LTC Operating Limited

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a licence transfer request from Diversicare Canada Management Services Co., Inc. (the Licensee) related to Hardy Terrace, a 101-bed long-term care home, located in Brantford, Ontario.

The request involves the transfer of the licence for the home from the Licensee to Hardy Terrace long-term care Operating Limited (the Proposed Purchaser).

The Proposed Purchaser is a new organization in Ontario jointly owned by:

  • the President of Tendercare Nursing Homes Limited which operates Tendercare Living Centre, a 254-bed long-term care home in Scarborough, Ontario
  • the President and CEO of the management company, UniversalCare Canada Inc., that currently manages 11 long-term care homes in Ontario

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the proposal in respect of the licence transfer and has made the following decision:

  • The transfer of Hardy Terrace’s licence from Diversicare Canada Management Services Co., Inc. to Hardy Terrace long term care Operating Limited has been approved and as such the director has issued a licence to the new licensee.

Fairvern Nursing Home — Project #21-011

Issuance of a long-term care municipal home approval to the District of the Municipality of Muskoka

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Huntsville District Nursing Home Inc. (the Licensee) related to Fairvern Nursing Home, a 76-bed non-profit long-term care home, currently located at 14 Mill Street in Huntsville, Ontario.

The request involves the following:

  • the issuance of a long-term care municipal home approval to the District of the Municipality of Muskoka for Fairvern Nursing Home at its current location. The Licensee would be required to return their licence to the Ministry of Long-Term Care upon the Municipality receiving the Approval
  • a new Approval to be issued to the Municipality upon completion of the redevelopment of the new 160-bed long-term care home to be located at 450 Muskoka Road 3 North in Huntsville

Rose of Sharon Korean Long Term Care — Project #21-010

Licence Transfer of the long-term care Home's Licence to Rykka Care Centres LP

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal a licence transfer request from Deloitte Restructuring Inc., (the Court-Appointed Receiver) on behalf of Rose of Sharon (Ontario) Retirement Community (the Licensee) related to Rose of Sharon Korean Long Term Care located in Toronto, Ontario.

The request involves the transfer of the licence for the home from the non-profit Licensee to Rykka Care Centres LP (the Proposed Purchaser), a for-profit organization. Currently, the home has a cultural designation under the Long-Term Care Homes Act. 2007,and the Proposed Purchaser has confirmed their intention to maintain the cultural designation for the Korean-Canadian community should the request for transfer be approved.

Decision

The public consultation related to the proposed licence transfer of Rose of Sharon Korean Long Term Care from Deloitte Restructuring Inc., (the court-appointed receiver) on behalf of Rose of Sharon (Ontario) Retirement Community (the licensee) to Rykka Care Centres LP has now closed. The proposal is currently on hold. The registry will be updated once a decision has been made.

H.J. McFarland Memorial Home — Project #21-009

Development of a 160-bed long-term care home in Picton

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from The Corporation of the County of Prince Edward (the Operator) for issuing a new long-term care home approval for H.J. McFarland Memorial Home, a 84-bed long-term care home located at 603 County Road 49 in Picton, Ontario.
The proposal involves:

  • the redevelopment of the home's 84 beds and the development of an additional 76 long-term care beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care (the "ministry) to be included in the proposed 160-bed redevelopment project, subject to project approval and meeting all licensing requirements under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007
  • the issuance of a new approval for the 160 beds with a term of up to 30 years following the development of the new long-term care home at the same location in Picton, Ontario

Southbridge London South — Project #21-008

Development of a 160-bed long-term care home in London

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from CVH (No. 3) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.) (the Licensee) for issuing a long-term care home licence to a long-term care home to be known as Southbridge London South (the new Home), a new 160-bed long-term care home to be located at Wharncliffe Road South and Morgan Avenue in London, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the redevelopment and transfer of 160 of 247 beds from Chelsey Park, a long-term care home currently located at 310 Oxford Street West in London to the new Home, subject to project approval and meeting all licensing requirements under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for 160 beds, following the development of the new Home
  • Chelsey Park, upon completion of the transfer of the 160 beds to the new Home, will continue to operate as a long-term care home

Decision

The director under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007 has reviewed the Southbridge London South proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Southbridge London South has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 160-bed ltc home licence for up to 30 years to CVH (No. 3) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.) upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Generations — Project #21-007

Development of a 128-bed long-term care home in Toronto

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Multi-Generational Housing and Community Centres Toronto (the Proposed Licensee) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Generations, a new 128-bed long-term care home to be located at 844 Don Mills in Toronto, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the development of 128 long-term care beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care, subject to project approval and meeting all licensing requirements under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for 128 beds, following the development of the home

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Generations proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Generations has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 128-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to Multi-Generational Housing and Community Centres Toronto upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Rockwood Terrace — Project #21-006

Development of a 128-bed long-term care home in Durham

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from the Corporation of the County of Grey (the Operator) for issuing a new long-term care home licence for Rockwood Terrace, a long-term care home currently located at 575 Saddler Street in Durham, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the upgrade of 100 beds at an adjacent site from the current location within Durham
  • the development of 28 additional long-term care beds conditionally allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care to be included in the proposed 128-bed development project, subject to project approval and meeting all licensing requirements under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007
  • the issuance of a new Approval for the operation of 128 "New" beds, following the development of the home

Glen Hill Strathaven — Project #21-005

Development of a 128-bed long-term care home in Bowmanville

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Glen Hill Terrace Terrace Christian Homes Inc. (the Licensee) for issuing a new long-term care home licence for Glen Hill Strathaven, a long-term care home currently located at 264 King Street East in Bowmanville, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the redevelopment of the home's 99 beds (the remaining 100 beds are approved to be transferred to Glen Hill Terrace, a new home being built in Whitby); and the development of an additional 125 long-term care beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care (the "ministry) to be included in the proposed 224-bed redevelopment project, subject to project approval and meeting all licensing requirements under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007
  • the issuance of a new licence for the 224 beds with a term of up to 30 years following the development of the new long-term care home at 285 Boswell Drive in Bowmanville, Ontario

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Glen Hill Strathaven proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Glen Hill Strathaven has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 224-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to Glen Hill Terrace Christian Homes Inc. upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Stoneridge Manor — Project #21-004

Development of a 128-bed long-term care home in Carleton Place

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from AXR Operating (National) LP. (the Licensee) for issuing a new long-term care home licence for Stoneridge Manor, a long-term care home currently located at 256 High Street in Carleton Place, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the development of a 128-bed home that includes the home's 60 beds and an additional 68 beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care, subject to project approval and meeting all licensing requirements under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007
  • the issuance of a new licence for 128 beds with a term of up to 30 years following the development of the home at 29 Costello Drive, Carleton Place in Carleton Place, Ontario

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Stoneridge Manor proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Stoneridge Manor has been approved and as such the director has issued a new 128-bed licence for Stoneridge Manor to AXR Operating (National) LP.

Heartwood — Project #21-003

Development of a 128-bed long-term care home in Cornwall

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from AXR Operating (National) LP. (the Licensee) for issuing a new long-term care home licence for Heartwood, a long-term care home currently located at 201-11th Street East in Cornwall, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the development of a 128-bed home that includes the home's 118 beds and an additional 10 beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care, subject to project approval and meeting all licensing requirements under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007
  • the issuance of a new licence for 128 beds with a term of up to 30 years following the development of the home at 405 Tollgate Road East in Cornwall, Ontario

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Heartwood proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Heartwood has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 128-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to AXR Operating (National) LP. upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Dover Cliffs — Project #21-002

Development of a 128-bed long-term care home in Port Dover

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from AXR Operating (National) LP. (the Licensee) for issuing a new long-term care home licence for Dover Cliffs, a long-term care home currently located at 501 St. George Street in Port Dover, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the development of a 128-bed home that includes the home's 70 beds and an 58 additional beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care, subject to project approval and meeting all licensing requirements under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007
  • the issuance of a new licence for 128 beds with a term of up to 30 years following the development of the home at a new location approximately 750 metres east of Lakeview Avenue on Highway 6 in Port Dover, Ontario

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Dover Cliffs proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Dover Cliffs has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 128-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to AXR Operating (National) LP. upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Sprucedale Care Centre — Project #21-001

Development of a 128-bed long-term care home in Strathroy

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Sprucedale Care Centre Inc. (the Licensee) for issuing a new long-term care home licence for Sprucedale Care Centre, a long-term care home located at 96 Kittridge Avenue East in Strathroy, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the development of a 128-bed home that includes the home's 96 beds and an additional 32 beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care, subject to project approval and meeting all licensing requirements under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007
  • the issuance of a new licence for 128 beds with a term of up to 30 years following the development of the home at the same location in Strathroy, Ontario

Decision

The director under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007 has reviewed the Sprucedale Care Centre proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Sprucedale Care Centre has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 128-bed ltc home licence for up to 30 years to Sprucedale Care Centre Inc. upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Meaford Long Term Care-a peopleCare Community — Project #20-050

Development of a 128-bed long-term care home in Meaford

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from peopleCare Communities Inc. (the Licensee) for issuing a new long-term care home licence for Meaford Long Term Care — a peopleCare Community, currently a 77-bed long-term care home located at 135 William Street in Meaford, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the development of 128 long-term care beds that includes the home's 77 beds and additional 51 beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care, subject to project approval and meeting all licensing requirements under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for 128 beds, following the development of the home at 186 Cook Street in Meaford Ontario

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Meaford Long Term Care proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Meaford Long Term Care proposal has been approved and the redevelopment of the home is complete. As such the director has provided a new licence for 224-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to peoplecare Communities Inc.

Gilmore Lodge — Project #20-049

Development of a 160-bed long-term care home in Fort Erie

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from The Regional Municipality of Niagara (the Operator) for issuing a new Municipal Approval (Approval) for a new 160-bed long-term care home to be located at 200 Garrison Road in Fort Erie, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the redevelopment of 80 long-term care beds from Gilmore Lodge, currently located at 50 Gilmore Road in Fort Erie
  • the closure and movement of 80 long-term care beds from Upper Canada Lodge, currently located at 272 Wellington Street in Niagara-on-the-Lake
  • the issuance of a new Approval for 160 beds, following the development of the New Home at 200 Garrison Road in Fort Erie, subject to project approval and meeting all licensing requirements under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007

Country Terrace — Project #20-048

Development of a 128-bed long-term care home in Komoka

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Omni Healthcare (CT) GPCO Ltd. as General Partner of Omni Healthcare (Country Terrace) Limited Partnership (the Licensee) for issuing a new long-term care home licence for Country Terrace, a 120-bed long-term care home located at 10072 Oxbow Drive, R.R. #3 in Komoka, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the development of 128 long-term care beds that includes the home's 120 beds and additional 8 beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care, subject to project approval and meeting all licensing requirements under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007
  • the issuance of a new licence for 128 beds with a term of up to 30 years following the development of the home at the same location in Komoka, Ontario

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Country Terrace proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Country Terrace has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 128-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to OMNI Healthcare (CT) GPCO Ltd. as General Partner of OMNI Healthcare (Country Terrace) Limited Partnership upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Runnymede Long Term Care Home-Project — Project #20-047

Development of a 200-bed long-term care home in Toronto

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Runnymede Long Term Care (the Proposed Licensee) for issuing a long-term care home licence for Runnymede Long Term Care Home, a new 200-bed long-term care home to be located at 625 Runnymede Road in Toronto, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the development of 200 long-term care beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care, subject to project approval and meeting all licensing requirements under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years for 200 beds, following the development of the home

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Runnymede Long Term Care proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Runnymede Long-Term Care has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 200-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to Runnymede Long Term Care upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Revera Long-Term Care Inc. — Project #20-046

Licence Transfer for seven long-term care homes in Hamilton, Ottawa, Carleton Place, Etobicoke, Hanover, Cornwall and Port Dover

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Revera Long Term Care Inc. related to the following seven long-term care homes.

The proposal involves:

The transfer of the licences of:

  1. BayWoods Place, a 128-bed long-term care home located in Hamilton, Ontario, from the Current Licensee to BayWoods Place Operating Inc.
  2. Carlingview Manor, a 303-bed long-term care home located in Ottawa, Ontario, from the Current Licensee to Carlingview Manor Operating Inc.
  3. Dover Cliffs, a 70-bed long-term care home located in Port Dover, Ontario, from the Current Licensee to Dover Cliffs Operating Inc.
  4. Heartwood, a 118-bed long-term care home located in Cornwall, Ontario, from the Current Licensee to Heartwood Operating Inc.
  5. Humber Valley Terrace, a 158-bed long-term care home located in Etobicoke, Ontario, from the Current Licensee to Humber Valley Terrace Operating Inc.
  6. Stoneridge Manor, a 60-bed long-term care home located in Carleton Place, Ontario, from the Current Licensee to Stoneridge Manor Operating Inc.
  7. The Village Seniors Community, a 70-bed long-term care home located in Hanover, Ontario, from the Current Licensee to Hanover Operating Inc.

Decision

The director under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007 has reviewed the proposal in respect of the following licence transfers:

  1. Baywoods Place, transfer of the long-term care Home's long-term care licence from Revera Long Term Care Inc. to Baywoods Place Operating Inc.
  2. Carlingview Manor, transfer of the long-term care Home's licence from Revera Long-Term Care Inc. to Carlingview Manor Operating Inc.
  3. Dover Cliffs, transfer of the long-term care Home's long-term care licence from Revera Long Term Care Inc. to Dover Cliffs Operating Inc.
  4. Heartwood, transfer of the long-term care Home's long-term care licence from Revera Long Term Care Inc. to Heartwood Operating Inc.
  5. Humber Valley Terrace, transfer of the long-term care Home's long-term care licence from Revera Long Term Care Inc. to Humber Valley Terrace Operating Inc.
  6. Stoneridge Manor, transfer of the long-term care Home's long-term care licence from Revera Long Term Care Inc. to Stoneridge Manor Operating Inc.
  7. The Village Seniors Community, transfer of the long-term care Home's from Revera Long Term Care Inc. to Hanover Operating Inc.

The transfer of the seven licences has been approved and as such the director has re-issued the licences to the new licensees.

Foyer Richelieu Welland — Project #20-045

Development of a 128-bed long-term care home in Welland

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Foyer Richelieu Welland (the Licensee) for issuing a new long-term care home licence for Foyer Richelieu Welland, a 65-bed (62 regular and 3 temporary interim) long-term care home located at 655 Tanguay Avenue in Welland, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the development of 128 LTC beds that includes the home's 62 regular beds and additional 66 beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care, subject to project approval and meeting all licensing requirements under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007
  • the issuance of a new licence for 128 beds with a term of up to 30 years following the development of the home at a new site located at 31 Promenade Richelieu, Welland, Ontario

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Foyer Richelieu Welland proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Foyer Richelieu Welland has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 128-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to Foyer Richelieu Welland upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Shalom Manor-Hamilton — Project #20-043

Development of a 128-bed long-term care home in Hamilton

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Shalom Manor Long Term Care Home (the Licensee) for issuing a new long-term care home licence for Shalom Manor-Hamilton, a new 128-bed long-term care home to be located at 1415 Upper Wellington Street in Hamilton, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the development of 128 long-term care beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care, subject to project approval and meeting all licensing requirements under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007
  • the issuance of a new licence for 128 beds with a term of up to 30 years following the development of the home in Hamilton

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Shalom Manor-Hamilton proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Shalom Manor-Hamilton has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 128-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to Shalom Manor Long Term Care Home upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Providence Manor — Project #20-042

Development of a 320-bed long-term care home in Kingston

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Providence Care Centre (the Licensee) for issuing a new long-term care home licence for Providence Manor, a 243-bed long-term care home located at 275 Sydenham Street in Kingston, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the development of 320 long-term care beds that includes the home's 243 beds and additional 77 beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care, subject to project approval and meeting all licensing requirements under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007
  • the issuance of a new licence for 320 beds with a term of up to 30 years following the development of the home at 1200 Princess Street in Kingston, Ontario

Decision

The director under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007 has reviewed the Providence Manor proposal and has made a decision.  The proposal related to Providence Manor has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 320-bed ltc home licence for up to 30 years to Providence Care Centre upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Cassellholme — Project #20-041

Development of a 264-bed long-term care home in North Bay

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from The Board of Management for the District of Nipissing East (the Operator) for issuing a new long-term care home approval for Cassellholme, a 240-bed long-term care home located at 400 Olive Street in North Bay, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the development of 264 long-term care beds that includes the home's 240 beds and additional 24 beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care, subject to project approval and meeting all licensing requirements under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007
  • the issuance of a new approval for 264 beds following the development of the home at the same location in North Bay, Ontario

Brouillette Manor — Project #20-040

Development of a 96-bed long-term care home in Tecumseh

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from 1230839 Ontario Limited (the Licensee) for issuing a new long-term care home licence for Brouillette Manor, a 60-bed long-term care home located at 11900 Brouillette Court in Tecumseh, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the development of 96 long-term care beds that includes the home's 60 beds and additional 36 beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care, subject to project approval and meeting all licensing requirements under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007
  • the issuance of a new licence for 96 beds with a term of up to 30 years following the development of the home at the same location in Tecumseh, Ontario

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Brouillette Manor proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Brouillette Manor has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 96-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to 1230839 Ontario Limited upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Sherbourne Place — Project #20-039

Development of a 220-bed long-term care home in Toronto

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal The Rekai Centres (the Licensee) for issuing a new long-term care home licence for Sherbourne Place, a long-term care home currently located at 345 Sherbourne Street in Toronto, Ontario.

The proposal involves the redevelopment of the home's 126 beds and an additional 94 beds to be developed to create a new 220-bed long-term care home to be located at or around Block 5W in the West Don Lands in Toronto, Ontario.

Fox Ridge Care Community — Project #20-038

Development of a 160-bed long-term care home in Brantford

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from  2063414 Ontario Limited as General Partner of 2063414 Investment LP (the Current Licensee, a subsidiary of Sienna Senior Living Inc. (Sienna)) for issuing a new long-term care home licence for Fox Ridge Care Community, a long-term care home currently located at 389 West Street in Brantford, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the licence transfer from the Current Licensee to SSLI1 Development LP by its general partner, SSLI1 Development GP Ltd (Proposed Licensee), another subsidiary of Sienna
  • the redevelopment of the home's 90 long-term care beds with an additional 70-beds to create a new 160-bed long-term care home to be located at 150 Lynden Road in Brantford, Ontario
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years to the Proposed Licensee for the operation of 160-beds, following the development

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Fox Ridge Care Community proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Fox Ridge Care Community has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 160-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to 2063414 Ontario Limited as General Partner of 2063414 Investment LP upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Waters Edge Care Community — Project #20-037

Development of a 160-bed long-term care home in North Bay

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from 2063414 Ontario Limited as General Partner of 2063414 Investment LP (the Current Licensee, a subsidiary of Sienna Senior Living Inc. (Sienna)), for issuing a new long-term care home licence for up to 30 years for Waters Edge Care Community, a long-term care home currently located at 401 William Street in North Bay, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the licence transfer from the Current Licensee to SSLI1 Development LP by its general partner, SSLI1 Development GP Ltd (Proposed Licensee), another subsidiary of Sienna
  •  the redevelopment of Waters Edge Care Community's 148 long-term care beds with an additional 12-beds to create a new 160-bed long-term care home at to be located at 675 Bloem Street in North Bay, Ontario
  • the issuance of a new licence with a term of up to 30 years to the Proposed Licensee for the operation of 160 beds, following the development

Decision

The director under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007 has reviewed the Waters Edge Care Community proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Waters Edge Care Community has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking for the following:

  • to transfer the licence from the current licensee, 2063414 Ontario Limited as General Partner of 2063414 Investment LP ( a subsidiary of Sienna Senior Living Inc. (Sienna)) to SSLI1 Development LP by its general partner, SSLI1 Development GPLtd (another subsidiary of Sienna) following the completion of the redevelopment of the home
  • issue a new licence for up to 30 years to SSLI1 Development LP by its general partner, SSLI1 Development GPLtd upon completion of the redevelopment of the home

Hellenic Home Scarborough II — Project #20-036

Development of a 128-bed long-term care home in Scarborough

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Hellenic Home for the Aged (the Licensee) for issuing a new long-term care home licence for up to 30 years for Hellenic Home Scarborough II, a new long-term care home to be located in Scarborough, Ontario.

The proposal involves developing 128 long-term care beds to create a new long-term care home to be located at 90 Mike Myers Drive in Scarborough, Ontario.

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Hellenic Home Scarborough II proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Hellenic Home Scarborough II has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 128-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to Hellenic Home for the Aged Inc. upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Dundas Manor Nursing Home — Project #20-035

Development of a 128-bed long-term care home in Winchester

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Rural Healthcare Innovations Inc. (the Licensee) for issuing a new long-term care home licence for up to 30 years for Dundas Manor Nursing Home, a long-term care home currenlty located at 533 Clarence Street in Winchester, Ontario.

The proposal involves redeveloping Dundas Manor Nursing Home's 98 long-term care beds with an additional 30-beds to be developed to create a new 128-bed home on Clarence Street in Winchester, Ontario.

Chartwell Master Care LP — Project #20-034

Licence Transfer for four long-term care homes in L'Orignal, Lancaster, Niagara-on-the-Lake and Cannington

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Chartwell Master Care LP (the current licensee) in conjunction with DTOC II Long Term Care LP, by its general partner, DTOC II Long Term Care MGP (a general partnership) by its partners, DTOC Long Term Care GP Inc. and Arch Venture Holdings Inc. (the proposed purchaser) for the licence transfers related to four long-term care homes located in L'Orignal, Lancaster, Niagara-on-the-Lake and Cannington, Ontario.

The proposals consist of:

  • the transfer of the licence for Chartwell Bon Air long-term care Residence, a 55-bed long-term care home located in Cannington, Ontario, from the current licensee to the proposed purchaser
  • the transfer of the licence for Chartwell Champlain long-term care Residence, a 60-bed long-term care home located in L'Orignal, Ontario, from the current licensee to the proposed purchaser
  • the transfer of the licence for Chartwell Lancaster long-term care Residence, a 60-bed long-term care home located in Lancaster, Ontario, from the current licensee to the proposed purchaser
  • the transfer of the licence for Chartwell Niagara long-term care Residence, a 124-bed long-term care home located in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, from the current licensee to the proposed purchaser

Decision

The director under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007 has reviewed the proposal in respect of the licence transfers of Chartwell Bon Air long-term care Residence, Chartwell Champlain long-term care Residence, Chartwell Lancaster long-term care Residence and Chartwell Niagara long-term care Residence and has made the following decision:

The transfer of the four licences from Chartwell Master Care LP to DTOC Long Term Care LP, by its general partner, DTOC II Long Term Care MGP (a general partnership) by its partners, DTOC Long Term Care GP Inc. and Arch Venture Holdings Inc. has been approved and as such the director has re-issued the licences to the new licensee.

Southbridge Owen Sound — Project #20-032

Licence Transfer and Development of 160-bed long-term care home in Owen Sound

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from CVH (No. 2) LP and (No. 3) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.) (the Licensee) for issuing a new long-term care home licence for up to 30 years for a 160-bed new long-term care home to be named Southbridge Owen Sound, to be located in Owen Sound.

The proposal involves:

  • the transfer of 40 long-term care beds from Georgian Heights currently located at 1029 14th Avenue West, Owen Sound (Georgian Heights site will close on the completion of the new site development)
  • the transfer of 29 long-term care beds from Maple View long-term care, currently located at 1115 10th Street East, Owen Sound (Maple View site long-term care will close on the completion of the new site development)
  • the development of an additional 91-beds to create a new 160-bed long-term care home at 16th Avenue and East and 14th Street East in Owen Sound, Ontario

Decision

The director under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007 has reviewed the Southbridge Owen Sound proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Southbridge Owen Sound has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 160-bed ltc home licence for up to 30 years to CVH (No. 2) LP and (No. 3) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.) upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Southbridge Kemptville — Project #20-031

Development of 160-bed long-term care home in Kemptville

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from CVH (No. 7) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.) (the Licensee) for issuing a new long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to a new long-term care home to be named Southbridge Kemptville, to be located in Kemptville.

The proposal involves redeveloping the current long-term care home Bayfield Manor's 66 long-term care beds with an additional 94-beds to be developed to create a new 160-bed long-term care home at the same location as the existing home, currently located at 100 Elvira Street West in Kemptville, Ontario.

Decision

The director under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007 has reviewed the Southbridge Kemptville proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Southbridge Kemptville has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 160-bed ltc home licence for up to 30 years to CVH (No. 7) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.) upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Southbridge Cornwall — Project #20-030

Development of a 160-bed long-term care home in Cornwall

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from CVH (No. 6) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.) (the Licensee) for issuing a new long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to a new long-term care home to be named Southbridge Cornwall, to be located in Cornwall.

The proposal involves redeveloping the current long-term care home Parisien Manor's 65 long-term care beds with an additional 95-beds to be developed to create a new 160-bed long-term care home at a location adjacent to the existing home currently located at 439 Second Street East in Cornwall, Ontario.

Decision

The director under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007 has reviewed the Southbridge Cornwall proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Southbridge Cornwall has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 160-bed ltc home licence for up to 30 years to CVH (No. 6) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.) upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Meritas Care Corporation — Project #20-029

Licence Transfer for three long-term care homes in Leamington and Windsor

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Meritas Care Corporation (the current licensee) in conjunction with DTOC Long Term Care LP, by its general partner, DTOC Long Term Care MGP (a general partnership) by its partners, DTOC Long Term Care GP Inc. and Arch Venture Holdings Inc. (the proposed purchaser) for the licence transfers related to three long-term care homes located in Leamington and Windsor, Ontario.

The proposal consist of:

  • the transfer of the licence for Franklin Gardens Long Term Care Home, a 120-bed long-term care home located in Leamington, Ontario, from the current licensee to the proposed purchaser
  • the transfer of the licence for Regency Park Long Term Care Home, a 72-bed long-term care home located in Windsor, Ontario, from the current licensee to the proposed purchaser
  • the transfer of the licence for Chateau Park Long Term Care Home, a 59-bed long-term care home located in Windsor Ontario, from the current licensee to the proposed purchaser

Decision

The director under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007  has reviewed the proposal in respect of the licence transfers of Chateau Park Long Term Care Home, Franklin Gardens Long Term Care Home and Regency Park Long Term Care Home and has made the following decision:

The transfer of the three licences from Meritas Care Corporation to DTOC Long Term Care LP, by its general partner, DTOC Long Term Care MGP (a general partnership) by its partners, DTOC Long Term Care GP Inc. and Arch Venture Holdings Inc. has been approved and as such the director has re-issued the licences to the new licensee.

Royal Rose Place — Project #20-028

Development of a 160-bed long-term care home in Welland

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from 859530 Ontario Inc. (operating as Jarlette Health Services) (the Licensee) for issuing a new long-term care home licence for Royal Rose Place, a long-term care home currently located at 635 Prince Charles Drive North in Welland, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the development of a 160-bed home that includes the home's 96 beds and an additional 64 beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care, subject to project approval and meeting all licensing requirements under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007
  • the issuance of a new licence for 160 beds with a term of up to 30 years following the development of the home at the same location in Welland, Ontario

Decision

The director under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007 has reviewed the Royal Rose Place proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Royal Rose Place has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 160-bed ltc home licence for up to 30 years to 859530 Ontario Inc. (operating as Jarlette Health Services) upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Marianhill Nursing Home — Project #20-027

Development of a 160-bed long-term care home in Pembroke

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Marianhill Inc. (the Licensee) for issuing a new long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to Marianhill Nursing Home a long-term care home located at 600 Cecelia Street in Pembroke, Ontario.

The proposal involves redeveloping Marianhill Nursing Home's 131 long-term care beds with an additional 29-beds to be developed to create a new 160-bed long-term care home at the same location in Pembroke, Ontario.

Decision

The director under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007 has reviewed the Marianhill Nursing Home proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Marianhill Nursing Home has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 160-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to Marianhill Inc., upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Royal Terrace — Project #20-026

Redevelopment of 96-bed long-term care home in Palmerston

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Shanti Enterprises Limited (the Licensee) for issuing a new long-term care home licence for up to 30 years for Royal Terrace, a long-term care home currently located at 600 Whites Road in Palmerston, Ontario.

The proposal involves redeveloping Royal Terrace's 67 long-term care beds with an additional 29-beds to create a new 96-bed long-term care home at a new location in Palmerston, Ontario.

Decision

The director under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007 has reviewed the Royal Terrace proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Royal Terrace has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 96-bed ltc home licence for up to 30 years to Shanti Enterprises Limited upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Maple View Lodge — Project #20-025

Redevelopment of a 192-bed long-term care home in Athens

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from United Counties of Leeds and Grenville (the Operator) for issuing a new long-term care home approval for Maple View Lodge, a long-term care home currently located at 746 County Road, 42 East in Athens, Ontario.

The proposal involves redeveloping Maple View Lodge's 60 long-term care beds with an additional 132-beds to be developed to create a new 192-bed long-term care home at a new location adjacent to the existing home in Athens, Ontario.

Saint Mary's Care Centre — Project #20-024

Development of a 160-bed long-term care home in Orillia

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Saint Mary's Care Centre Inc. (the Licensee) for issuing a new long-term care home licence for up to 30 years for Saint Mary's Care Centre, a long-term care home to be located in Orillia, Ontario.

The proposal involves the development of 160-beds to create a new long-term care home to be located at 640 Atherley Road in Orillia, Ontario.

Decision

The director under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007 has reviewed the Saint Mary's Care Centre proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Saint Mary's Care Centre has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 160-bed ltc home licence for up to 30 years to Saint Mary's Care Centre Inc. upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Wellington Park Care Centre — Project #20-022

Development of a 224-bed long-term care home in Burlington

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Rykka Care Centres LP (the Licensee) for issuing a new long-term care home licence for Wellington Park Care Centre, a long-term care home currently located at 802 Hager Avenue in Burlington, Ontario.

The proposal involves:

  • the development of 224 long-term care beds that include the home's 132-beds and an additional 92-beds allocated by the Ministry of Long-Term Care, subject to subject to project approval and meeting all licensing requirements under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007
  • the issuance of a new licence for 224-beds with a term of up to 30 years following the development of the home at 4235 Palladium Way in Burlington, Ontario

Résidence Prescott et Russell — Project #20-021

Development of a 224-bed long-term care home in Hawkesbury

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from United Counties of Prescott and Russell (the Operator) for issuing a new long-term care home approval for Résidence Prescott et Russell, a long-term care home currently located at 1020 Cartier Boulevard in Hawkesbury, Ontario.

The proposal involves redeveloping Residence Prescott et Russell's 146 long-term care beds with an additional 78 beds to be developed to create a new 224-bed long-term care home at a new location at 800A Spence Avenue within Hawkesbury, Ontario.

Decision

The director under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007 has reviewed the Résidence Prescott et Russell proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Résidence Prescott et Russell has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 224-bed long-term care home approval to United Counties of Prescott and Russell, upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Schlegel Villages — The Village of Winston Park — Project #20-020

Development of 192-bed long-term care home in Kitchener

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Schlegel Villages Inc. (the Licensee) for issuing a new long-term care home licence for Schlegel Villages – The Village of Winston Park, a long-term care home located at 695 Block Line Road in Kitchener, Ontario.

The proposal involves redeveloping Schlegel Villages – The Village of Winston Park's 95 LTC beds with an additional 97 beds to be developed to create a new 192-bed long-term care home at the same location in Kitchener, Ontario.

Decision

The director under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007 has reviewed The Village of Winston Park proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to The Village of Winston Park has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 192-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to Schlegel Villages Inc, upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Griffin Manor — Project #20-019

Development of 192-bed long-term care home in Hamilton

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from The Ridelle Limited Partnership by its General Partner Griffin Manor Inc. (the Licensee) for issuing a new long-term care home licence for up to 30 years for Griffin Manor, a long-term care home to be located in Hamilton, Ontario.

The proposal involves developing 192 long-term care beds to create a new long-term care home at Clappison's Corner (Highway 5&6 Flamborough) in Hamilton, Ontario.

Linhaven — Project #20-018

Development of a 261-bed long-term care home in St. Catharines

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from The Regional Municipality of Niagara (the Operator) for issuing a new long-term care home approval for Linhaven, a long-term care home located at 403 Ontario Street in St. Catharines, Ontario.

The proposal involves redeveloping Linhaven's 248 long-term care beds with an additional 13 beds to be developed to create a new 261-bed long-term care home at the same location in St. Catharines, Ontario.

Decision

The Ministry of Long-Term Care has reviewed the proposal related to Linhaven. A final decision will be made upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Southbridge Lakehead — Project #20-017

Development of a 160-bed long-term care home in Thunder Bay

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from CVH (No. 9) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (the Licensee) for issuing a new long-term care home licence for Southbridge Lakehead, a long-term care home currently located at 135 South Vickers Street in Thunder Bay, Ontario.

The proposal involves redeveloping Southbridge Lakehead's 131-beds with an additional 29 long-term care beds to create a new long-term care home to be located at 274 Clavet Street within Thunder Bay, Ontario.

Decision

The director under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007 has reviewed the Southbridge Lakehead proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Southbridge Lakehead has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 160-bed ltc home licence for up to 30 years to CVH (No. 9) LP by its general partners, Southbridge Health Care GP Inc. and Southbridge Care Homes (a limited partnership, by its general partner, Southbridge Care Homes Inc.) upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Pleasant Meadow Manor — Project #20-016

Development of a 96-bed long-term care home in Norwood

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from 0760444 B.C. Ltd. as General Partner on behalf of Omni Health Care Limited Partnership (the Licensee) for issuing a new long-term care home licence for up to 30 years for Pleasant Meadow Manor, a long-term care home located at 99 Alma Street in Norwood, Ontario.

The proposal involves redeveloping Pleasant Meadow Manor's 61-long-term care beds with an additional 35 beds to be developed to create a new 96-bed long-term care home at the same location in Norwood, Ontario.

Decision

The director under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007 has reviewed the Pleasant Meadow Manor proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Pleasant Meadow Manor has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 96-bed ltc home licence for up to 30 years to 0760444 B.C. Ltd. as General Partner on behalf of Omni Health Care Limited Partnership upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Almonte Country Haven — Project #20-015

Development of a 96-bed long-term care home in Almonte

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from 0760444 B.C. Ltd. as General Partner on behalf of Omni Health Care Limited Partnership (the Licensee) for issuing a new long-term care home licence for up to 30 years for Almonte Country Haven, a long-term care home located at 333 Country Street in Almonte, Ontario.

The proposal involves redeveloping Almonte Country Haven's 82 long-term care beds, with an additional 14-beds to be developed to create a new 96-bed long-term care home at the same location in Almonte, Ontario.

Decision

The director under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007 has reviewed the Almonte Country Haven proposal and has made a decision.  The proposal related to Almonte Country Haven has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 96-bed ltc home licence for up to 30 years to 0760444 B.C. Ltd. as General Partner on behalf of Omni Health Care Limited Partnership upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Woodland Villa — Project #20-014

Development of a 128-bed long-term care home in Long Sault

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from 0760444 B.C. Ltd. as General Partner on behalf of Omni Health Care Limited Partnership (the Licensee) for issuing a new long-term care home licence for up to 30 years for Woodland Villa, a long-term care home located at 30 Milles Roches Road in Long Sault, Ontario.

The proposal involves redeveloping Woodland Villa's 111 long-term care beds with an additional 17-beds to be developed to create a new 128-bed home at the same location in Long Sault, Ontario.

Decision

The director under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007 has reviewed the Woodland Villa proposal and has made a decision.  The proposal related to Woodland Villa has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 160-bed ltc home licence for up to 30 years to 2063414 Ontario Limited as General Partner of 2063414 Investment LP (the Current Licensee, a subsidiary of Sienna Senior Living Inc. (Sienna)) upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Lakeside Long Term Care Centre — Project #20-013

Development of 192-beds at Lakeside Long-Term Care Centre

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from University Health Network (the Licensee) for issuing a new long-term care home licence for up to 30 years for Lakeside Long-Term Care Centre, an long-term care home located at 150 Dunn Avenue in Toronto, Ontario.

The proposal involves developing 192 new long-term care beds to be added to Lakeside Long-Term Care Centre's existing 128-beds to create a new wing at the same location in Toronto, Ontario.

Elmwood Place — Project #20-012

Licence transfer and development of a 128-bed long-term care home in London

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal for issuing a new long-term care home licence for up to 30 years for Elmwood Place, a long-term care home located at 46 Elmwood Place West in London, Ontario.

The proposal involves redeveloping the home's 78 beds and an additional 50 beds to be developed to create a new Elmwood Place at 3460 Morgan Avenue in London, Ontario. Upon completing the redevelopment, it has been requested that the Ministry of Long-Term Care issue a new long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to AXR Operating (National) LP, by its general partners.

Decision

The director under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007 has reviewed the Elmwood Place proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Elmwood Place has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 128-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to AXR Operating (National) LP, by its general partners, for Elmwood Place, upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Stayner Care Centre — Project #20-011

Development of a 96-bed long-term care home in Stayner

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Stayner Care Centre Inc. (the Licensee) for issuing a new long-term care home licence for up to 30 years for Stayner Care Centre, a long-term care home located at 244 Main Street East, 7308 Highway #26 in Stayner, Ontario.

The proposal involves the redevelopment of Stayner Care Centre's 49 long-term care beds with an additional 47-beds to be developed to create a new 96-bed long-term care home at the same location in Stayner, Ontario.

Decision

The director under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007 has reviewed the Stayner Care Centre proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Stayner Care Centre has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 96-bed ltc home licence for up to 30 years to Stayner Care Centre Inc. upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Yee Hong Finch — Project #20-010

Development of a 224-bed long-term care home in Scarborough

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Yee Hong Centre for Geriatric Care (the Licensee) for issuing a new long-term care home licence for up to 30 years for Yee Hong Finch II, an long-term care home to be located in Scarborough, Ontario.

The proposal involves developing 224 beds at Yee Hong Centre Finch II to create a new long-term care home on Scottfield Drive in Scarborough, Ontario.

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Yee Hong Finch proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Yee Hong Finch has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 224-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to Yee Hong Centre for Geriatric Care upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Golden Plough Lodge — Project #20-009

Development of a 180-bed long-term care home in Cobourg

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from The Corporation of the County of Northumberland (the Operator) for issuing a new long-term care home approval for Golden Plough Lodge, an long-term care home currently located at 983 Burnham Street in Cobourg, Ontario.

The proposal involves redeveloping Golden Plough Lodge's 151 long-term care beds with an additional 29-beds to be developed to create a new 180-bed long-term care home at the same location within Cobourg, Ontario.

Decision

The director under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007 has reviewed the Golden Plough Lodge proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Golden Plough Lodge has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 180-bed long-term care home approval to The Corporation of the County of Northumberland, upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Extendicare Van Daele — Project #20-008

Development of a 120-bed long-term care home in Sault Ste. Marie

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Extendicare Canada Inc. (the Licensee) for issuing a new long-term care home licence for up to 30 years for Extendicare Van Daele, a long-term care home located at 39 Van Daele Street in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario.

The proposal involves redeveloping Extendicare Van Daele's 100 long-term care beds with an additional 20 beds to be developed to create a new 120-bed long-term care home at the same location in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario.

Decision

The director under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007 has reviewed the Extendicare Van Daele proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Extendicare Van Daele has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 120-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to Extendicare (Canada) Inc., upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Extendicare Peterborough — Project #20-007

Development of a 256-bed long-term care home in Peterborough

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from Extendicare Canada Inc. (the Licensee) for issuing a new long-term care home licence for up to 30 years for Extendicare Peterborough, a long-term care home currently located at 860 Alexander Court in Peterborough, Ontario.

The proposal involves redeveloping Extendicare Peterborough's 172 long-term care beds, with an additional 84-beds to be developed to create a new long-term care home at a new location, on Hillside Street in Peterborough Ontario.

Decision

The director under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 has reviewed the Extendicare Peterborough proposal and has made a decision. The proposal related to Extendicare Peterborough has been approved and as such the director has provided an undertaking to issue a new 256-bed long-term care home licence for up to 30 years to Extendicare (Canada) Inc. upon completion of the redevelopment of the home.

Riverview Manor — Project #20-006

Development of a 160-bed long-term care home in Peterborough

Closing date: Closed

About the proposal

The Ministry of Long-Term Care is reviewing a proposal from 0760444 B.C. Ltd. as General Partner on behalf of Omni Health Care Limited Partnership (the Licensee) for issuing a new long-term care home licence for up to 30 years for Riverview Manor, an long-term care home currently located at 1155 Water Street in Peterborough, Ontario.

The proposal involves redeveloping Riverview Manor's 124 long-term care beds with an additional 36-beds to be developed to create a new 160-bed home at 131 or 145 Langton Street in Peterborough, Ontario.