Progressive Conservative leader Hugh McFadyen promised Wednesday that his government would build a new personal care home in Dauphin, which would add 40 new PCH beds to the area.
The $10 million facility will assist in providing care for Manitoba’s aging population.
“Greg Selinger and the NDP have absolutely failed to heed to advice of experts when it comes to our aging population,” McFadyen said. “A new personal care home will provide improved service to the community of Dauphin and to families in the surrounding region.”
On Tuesday, the PCs announced their plan to add 30 more beds to care homes in the Interlake region.
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