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Long-Term  Care Home Development

The Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care supports both the development and redevelopment of Ontario's long-term care homes.

Developing a long-term care home means building a new long-term care home where there wasn't one before.

Redeveloping a long-term care home could include everything from renovating an existing long-term care home, to building a new long-term care home, to replacing an older building. When redeveloping a long-term care home, an operator of a long-term care home may also wish to expand the home's current capacity for residents. New long-term care bed capacity will prioritize those with the highest need as well as those within hospitals who are ready to be discharged (designated alternative level of care) and require a long-term care home. New long-term care bed capacity serving culturally specific needs, francophone, and Indigenous populations, will also be prioritized.

If you're interested in developing or redeveloping a long-term care home, please email LTCHomeRenewalBranch@ontario.ca to speak to a ministry representative who can provide further information.

Important legislation, policies and supporting documents

For More Information

Long-Term Care Home Renewal Branch
Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care
1075 Bay Street, 2nd Floor
Toronto, ON M5S 2B1

Email: LTCHomeRenewalBranch@ontario.ca