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He said the Points West was very happy to see the supportive attitude of the community.
"This supports the Continuing Care Strategy, which will help Albertans, who can no longer live independently due to rising personal care needs, to maintain their independence and their vitally important connections with family and friends."
"The land has a lots of nice trees, a view of the lake from the upper floors and would be an ideal location," Mills said.
Points West Living, an Alberta based construction development company with demonstrated expertise in developing supportive housing projects, will finance the remaining cost of their project.
Also included in Thursday' official announcement were funds for the Lakeland Lodge and Housing Foundation including $32,500 to upgrade 58 existing affordable supportive living units at the Cold Lake Lodge and that a $28,000 grant was being given to modernizations and improvements at Bonnylodge Adidas Climachill Mens Shoes
An 84 unit seniors supportive living facility at a cost of $17 million will be built in Cold Lake.
It added that the funding reflects the Alberta government's commitment to improve the quality, supply and client choice in the continuing care system and to meet the changing needs of Albertans.
Points West Living Cold Lake will develop 42 Designated Assisted Living suites in cooperation with Alberta Health Services and 42 seniors supportive living one and two bedroom apartments with access to services. These apartments Adidas Crazy 8 Basketball Shoes - Gray/Royal Blue will be available as rental suites or Life Lease suites (similar to a purchase). There will be 24/7 staffing, D Rose Englewood 2017
Following a call for proposals, 60 organizations will share $119 million under the Affordable Supportive Living Initiative (ASLI) and Lodge Modernization and Improvement (LMI) program. In total, the funding will be used to build and modernize 1,153 supportive living spaces and update 1,992 lodge units. Partnering organizations include municipalities, not for profit organizations, housing management bodies and private sector companies.
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care, foodservices, housekeeping and recreation services.
He explained that part of the agreement will see Points West operate the Designated Assisted Living suites in the facility and maintain rents in those suites at long term rental rates or less, for the next 20 years.
Mary Anne Jablonski, Minister of Seniors and Community Supports released an official announcement outlining the project in detail two days later on Thursday afternoon.
low and moderate income Alberta seniors and those with disabilities to remain in their communities longer," said Jablonski.
She said these projects would help address identified needs and help keep communities vibrant.
"This capital funding will help develop more affordable supportive living accommodations, as well as expand and modernize existing facilities to better meet the needs of low and moderate income Alberta seniors and persons with disabilities," Jablonski said.
84 Unit senior complex for Cold Lake
In making the announcement at city council Leskiw said the Aspen Health Unit assessed the existing accommodations at Cold Lake "over a year ago" and the need for updated and increased facilities was established.
"It will also allow residents to remain in their communities, close to family and friends, while they continue to receive the accommodations and services they require," she said.
An estimated $3.8 million is being provided through the provincial Affordable Supportive Living Initiative and the Lodge Modernization and Improvement program for the Cold Lake area.
He said land near the hospital has been considered and depending on the availability of services, it may be the location chosen.
Cold Lake Mayor Craig Copeland said the city had been contacted in regard to land and that negotiations are on going.
The Thursday press release said with this year's funding, the province has invested $365 million in capital funding since 1999 to support the development or modernization of about 7,800 supportive living and lodge units.
Doug Mills, a director and manager, with Points West Living said last year after visiting the Cold lake area, Points West prepared a proposal to construct the supportive living facility.
"This funding will help more Albertans to age in the right place by improving the quality, supply and client choice in the continuing care system," said Jablonski. "In addition, we expect these projects to generate close to $485 million in construction related spending in 35 Alberta communities, which is welcome news in today's economic climate."
"The development of these important new supportive living units and the expansion and modernization of existing units will allow residents to age in the right place and improve their quality of life," said Leskiw.
Mills said that while a definite start date cannot yet be pinpointed, he expected company representatives to be back in Cold Lake in the next couple of weeks to work on obtaining land on which to build the facility.
Bonnyville Cold Lake MLA Genia Leskiw made the unofficial announcement at the regular meeting of the Cold Lake council Tuesday, March 24.
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