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    The provincial government is planning to add more than 1,300 new beds as well as an additional 641 upgraded beds in not-for-profit long-term care homes across Ontario.  A release issued by the Ministry of Long-term Care said on Wednesday that 1,328 new beds will go to nine long-term care homes across the Toronto area. 

    Minister of Long-Term Care, Paul Calandra explained that “Our government has a plan to fix long-term care and a key part of that plan is building modern, safe, and comfortable homes for our seniors,… When these nine non-for-profit homes in Toronto are completed, 1,969 residents will have a new place to call home, near their family and friends.”

    100 beds will go to the Belmont House, 256 new beds will be sent to the Hallcrown Seniors home, and 33 new beds to Hellenic Care for Seniors. The government will also send 320 beds to a new Sinai Health-Toronto long-term care home, 128 to The Rekai Centre, and 256 upgraded beds to the Villa Colombo Homes.

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