A New Home For Providence Manor
Planning is well underway for the redevelopment of Providence Care’s long-term care home, Providence Manor. The redevelopment will relocate Providence Manor, to the new Providence Village. The new home will be developed on the park-like, historical Motherhouse site owned by the Sisters of Providence of St. Vincent de Paul.
Providence Village is a new development that honors the legacy of the Sisters of Providence of St. Vincent de Paul as a continuation of their Mission to care for the vulnerable. Providence Village will be a community hub bringing together a long-term care facility (Providence Manor), a residential hospice, community health and wellness services and affordable housing.
After pending government approvals and necessary planning work, the work to redevelop Providence Manor is expected to take place over the next two to six years and will result in a long-term care home that will serve the needs of our community well into the future.
Watch for more information on the Providence Manor Redevelopment to come.
News and Updates
June 28, 2018 – Extraordinary Gifts Support a New Home for Providence Manor
In the News
June 28, 2018 – Global News – Providence Manor project receives multi-million dollar donations
June 28, 2018 – Kingston Whig Standard – Philanthropist, Sisters of Providence give $9.5 million for long-term care facility