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Grandview Lodge

***Grandview Lodge and Dawson Court will be closing late 2015. For full details, see the Homes Transition page.

Grandview LodgeGrandview Lodge opened in 1959 in Fort William. There is now a capacity for 150 residents. Grandview Lodge became an accredited facility in 1978 and has maintained that status ever since. As a result, people applying to live here can be assured of a high quality of health care, as well as a high quality of life.

The Thunder Bay Homes are funded by the Ministry of Health Long Term Care, the City of Thunder Bay and resident revenues. Thunder Bay City Council acts as our Board of Directors and frequent reports are sent to them for information, approval and/or direction. They are accountable to the citizens of Thunder Bay for the services provided by the City Homes

Features of Our Home

  • Our Home is a two story facility housing 150 residents
  • The home is divided into 6 home areas providing individualized plans of care for diverse needs of our population
  • A south patio leads to large park-like grounds and there is an additional back patio area. The grounds border the Soroptomist International Friendship Gardens.
  • A chapel provides a variety of worship services.
  • There are lounge areas throughout the building and large auditorium for activities.  
  • We are located close to a main bus route.

Residents' Council

Residents’ Council provides opportunities for residents to have a voice in how their Home operates. There are monthly meetings with an elected executive.

If you have questions or require further information please do not hesitate to contact our Administrative Offices

Administrative Office

Emily Bosma
Tel: (807) 625-2934
Fax: (807) 623-4075

Director of Nursing
Janice McAlister
Tel: (807) 625-2823