Skip to main content

Falls commits funds for new hospital

Falls commits funds for new hospital


Falls commits funds for new hospital

City politicians pledge up to $22 million for south Niagara health care facility

NIAGARA FALLS — A new south Niagara hospital in Niagara Falls moved front and centre Tuesday when City politicians pondered a staff report on how the City should spend funds generated by a new hosting formula with the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation. Funding for the hospital was one of a series of priorities – the others being tax relief, capital asset re-investment, economic development and debt deferral – listed in the report. But with the news that the province had approved a planning grant – considered the first step in making a new hospital a reality – Mayor Jim Diodati put forward a motion that the city commit “somewhere between $20- and $22-million to the hospital with funding derived from the OLG agreement.” Read more
Previous News

Highest RG accreditation earned by three more OLG sites

Next News

OLG sites save hundreds of electronics from going to landfill!