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All posts tagged "centennial manor"
Manor improves financial burden by $1 million
LITTLE CURRENT—The Manitoulin Centennial Manor board of management received exciting news last week when auditor Kirby Houle of Freelandt Caldwell Reilly LLP Chartered Accountants presented the board with the facility’s 2012 year end financial report, showing that...
- Posted May 1, 2013
Northeast Town will carry on research into Continuum of Care plan
LITTLE CURRENT—Earlier this year, the Manitoulin Centennial Manor board accepted a financial report for the proposed expansion of the facility from KPMG consulting, which concluded that the proposed expansion to include seniors and or assisted living residents...
- Posted March 20, 2013
‘Why does the Manor physically restrain a third of its residents?’
To the Expositor: Mr. Bud McConnell deserves hearty thanks for his November 14 Letter to the editor in The Expositor, where he assures us that he is well cared for as a resident at Manitoulin Centennial Manor...
- Posted December 5, 2012
Manor resident responds to writer’s dismay
To the Expositor: In response to Glenn Black’s letter to the editor (‘Writer dismayed by lack of Manor response to concerns, October 31, 2012, page 4.) I have read your concerns about the Centennial Manor regarding the...
- Posted November 14, 2012
Manor still subject to clawbacks but payment terms likely improving
by Robin Burridge LITTLE CURRENT—Good financial news looks to be on the horizon for the Manitoulin Centennial Manor which recently learned that the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care’s (MOHLTC) tight financial clawback schedule threatening the facility’s...
- Posted August 1, 2012
Manor receives good news on finances
Tom Sasvari The Recorder LITTLE CURRENT—The Manitoulin Centennial Manor Board received some good news concerning its financial situation from the provincial government last week. “It is good news, it will make the deficit manageable to pay back,...
- Posted July 27, 2012
In broad-brush strokes, Manor board reveals plans to restore financial security
by Robin Burridge LITTLE CURRENT—Four weeks after the announcement that the Manitoulin Centennial Manor was drowning in an operating deficiency totalling $1,178,318, negotiations between the Manor board and the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (MOHLTC) to...
- Posted June 13, 2012
West End council recommends Manor merge with Lodge
Jason Forrest The Recorder EVANSVILLE—Ken Noland, reeve of Burpee and Mills, put forward a motion (supported by council) at a meeting Monday to the Manitoulin Centennial Manor board to investigate the option of a merger with the...
- Posted June 8, 2012
Manor negotiating with health ministry on funding clawback
by Robin Burridge LITTLE CURRENT—Last week, the Manitoulin Centennial Manor board held a special meeting with the municipal leaders of Manitoulin to discuss the facility’s financial issues. Manor board chair Rev. Mary Jo Eckert-Tracy had previously told...
- Posted June 6, 2012
Municipal leaders recall committment by Ontario to pay Manor fixup costs
by Robin Burridge LITTLE CURRENT—Several elected municipal leaders support the claim by veteran Centennial Manor board members that money spent in 2006 and 2007 on mandated improvements to the facility would not have to be repaid to...
- Posted May 30, 2012