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Ontario budget includes new inpatient hospital wing in Brampton, expansion planning for region
GLOBAL NEWS

The Ontario government has announced a new inpatient hospital wing will be built in Brampton in an effort to alleviate severe overcrowding facing the city’s only major hospital. As part of a $30-billion, 10-year expansion and renovation plan for Ontario’s hospitals, Finance Minister Peter Bethlenfalvy announced a new wing will be built at the Peel Memorial Centre for Integrated Health and Wellness near Kennedy Road South and Queen Street East.

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Halifax hospitals to get over $19 million in upgrades, repairs
THE CHRONICLE HERALD

Halifax hospitals will get more than $19 million in infrastructure upgrades.

The following work will be done at the IWK Health Centre, Halifax Infirmary and QEII Health Sciences Centre:

  • Repairs and upgrades to the IWK's cooling systems, electrical systems, water pump, exterior caulking, air-handling units, hand-washing sinks and audio-visual infrastructure. As well, privacy curtains will be replaced with standardized barriers to better fit health standards. 
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Reframing Risk in Healthcare
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Risk mitigation is a tricky topic in any environment, and in healthcare, there are even more complexities to consider. Not only must risk management programs be designed to protect lives in an emergency, but they must also ensure hospitals can continue delivering care.

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How to Avoid Generator Failure in Hospitals
HEALTHCARE FACILITIES TODAY

In hospitals and other critical facilities, standby engine generators (code-required emergency and optional) are normally idle and need to quickly and reliably start when utility power fails for more than a few seconds. And they need to run for the duration of the utility outage, and sometimes longer. 

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Yorkland Controls Ltd.

Yorkland Controls Limited is proud to represent Triatek, a Johnson Controls Company, providing  Critical Environment solutions for Healthcare facilities. From isolation room controls and monitoring to lab control.

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Graham Design Builders chosen to design Fort St. James hospital in B.C.
CONSTRUCT CONNECT

FORT ST. JAMES, B.C. — A preferred proponent has been chosen to design a hospital for Fort St. James, B.C. Northern Health solicited and obtained proposals from three shortlisted proponents to enter into a design-early works agreement (DEWA). The teams included Clark Builders, Graham Design Builders LP and SBW Wright Construction JV.

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Ontario announces $1.2 billion in funding for province's hospitals to help with COVID-19 challenges
CTV NEWS

TORONTO -- Ontario is setting aside $1.2 billion in funding to help the province’s hospitals deal with financial hardships caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Ford government announced on Monday.

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Mega funding for mega-hospital: Ford budget allocates $9.8M for new hospital in Windsor-Essex
CBC NEWS

The provincial government released its 2021 budget Wednesday. The province's 2021 budget  Wednesday included funding toward the planning for the new mega-hospital to be built in Windsor-Essex.

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Ottawa proposes $7B top-up to transfers for health care, infrastructure
CBC NEWS

One-time cash injection to go to provinces, territories, cities and First Nations communities. Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland said today the federal government plans to provide a one-time payment of $7 billion to provinces, territories, cities and First Nations communities to help them cover the cost of health services, COVID-19 vaccination campaigns and infrastructure projects.

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