In August 1976, Tony Stacey Centre for Veterans Care (then called Metro Toronto Legion Village) opened its doors as a retirement home for veterans, their spouses, dependants, silver cross mothers and the community. In 1994 it changed from a retirement home to a long term care facility. The first and second floors of one wing were renovated in 1997 to provide more space to meet the growing needs of the Centre. Tony Stacey Centre for Veterans Care is subsidized and licensed by the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care. Renamed in 2003 in honour of its founder, the Tony Stacey Centre for Veterans Care has welcomed hundreds of veterans under its wing as a unique veterans long term care facility.more...
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