Golden Manor Long-Term Care Home Celebrates Ground-Breaking

We are excited to celebrate the ground-breaking of the new Golden Manor Long-term Care Home in Timmins, Ontario. The new building will provide 192 seniors with a vibrant, comfortable, and safe place to call home.

It features a range of design improvements including larger resident common areas and air conditioning throughout the home as well as more intimate and familiar ‘resident-home areas’ for up to 32 residents, with dining and activity areas, lounges, and bedrooms.

Golden Manor also plans to include an Indigenous centre, with space for Elders to visit with residents, provide spiritual counselling and lead cultural ceremonies. The home will continue to serve the Indigenous and Francophone communities, including offering culturally specific programs and services, bilingual staff, and multilingual signage.

Golden Manor proposes to be part of a campus of care, which helps integrate the long-term care home into the broader health care system and ensures residents can conveniently connect to the care they need.

This project is in association with L360 ARCHITECTURE.