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Grandview Lodge Receives $3 Million In Investing In Canada Infrastructure Program Funding

In 2020, Grandview Lodge applied for grant funding through the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program – COVID 19 Resiliency Infrastructure Stream for Long Term Care Homes (ICIP). Grandview was approved for the full $3,223,000 requested, which will be used to replace HVAC infrastructure at the home.

“This contribution is one of the largest ever received by Haldimand County and we are very grateful to both federal and provincial governments for providing this opportunity,” said Cathy Case, General Manager of Corporate & Social Services.

“This $3M plus in funding will fill a large gap in the County’s capital budget program and will take any burden related to the costs of this replacement project off of local taxpayers,” Case added.

Case noted that a new and improved HVAC system at Grandview Lodge will benefit staff, residents and their families by increasing infection and prevention control measures throughout the home. Work on the HVAC system replacement will begin immediately.

$120 million was recently added to the provincial and territorial agreements of the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program to support ventilation improvement projects in public buildings to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.

For the Grandview HVAC replacement project, the ICIP funding contribution from the federal government totals $2,578,400 and the provincial contribution is $644,600.

For more information on the Investing in Canada Infrastructure program, visit the Infrastructure Canada website.

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Grandview Lodge Recognized For Exemplary Long-Term Care By Accreditation Canada

In late 2018, the highest possible designation through Accreditation Canada was Awarded to the Grandview Lodge, Haldimand County’s long-term care home. Grandview Lodge was recognized for its quality care and received accreditation with exemplary standing.

Accreditation Canada came to the home, reviewed policies and procedures, interviewed residents and staff and determined that Grandview Lodge is a “leading example of quality long-term care.” Grandview Lodge successfully demonstrated excellence in quality improvement and surpassed all standards for a long-term care home.

Quality of life is a top priority for Grandview residents and staff. Accreditors praised the home for its philosophy of care and exceptional service delivery. Accreditors were impressed with the home’s ability to meet the needs of a diverse population and provide meaningful programs to ensure residents receive comfort, compassion and care.

“We are thrilled with the outcome of the accreditation process,” noted Jennifer Jacob, Administrator at Grandview Lodge. “Being recognized as a leader in the delivery of long-term care is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our entire staff body,” she continued.

Jacob noted that new programs are always being developed to enhance residents’ lives and build community within the 128-bed home. In 2018, Grandview Lodge debuted a brand-new Games Room for residents and their families with a shuffleboard table, board games and mini-bar (run by staff every Tuesday).

More information about Grandview Lodge, its services and philosophy of care can be found at