City’s care homes found non-compliant more than 200 times in five years

Drake Fenton and Alison Mah, The Ottawa Citizen

The four long-term care facilities run by the City of Ottawa have been found non-compliant with legislation governing long-term care homes more than 200 times over the past five years, including numerous incidents of patient abuse, a Citizen examination of provincial records shows. From 2012 to 2016, city-run facilities Garry J. Armstrong, Peter D. Clark, Centre d’Accueil Champlain and Carleton Lodge were found non-compliant 222 times. That number jumps to 260 when available data from 2017 is included.

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