NewsNews VideoVideo ‘It has been a long journey’ – Cassellholme CEO SHARE ON: Stu Campaigne, staff Tuesday, Jun. 25th, 2019 Cassellholme East Nipissing District Home for the Aged in North Bay will have its 240 existing beds upgraded to modern design standards and 24 new long-term care beds added. The $55.5 million in capital funding from the province will be accompanied by $12 million in annual operating contributions from the government, said Nipissing MPP Vic Fedeli. The redevelopment will include a 16-bed provincial Indigenous unit and two, 12-bed units dedicated for specialized dementia care. The project will go to tender in November, according to Cassellholme CEO Jamie Lowery.