PICS Announces Land Purchase For New Extended Care Facility

SURREY – Progressive Intercultural Community Services (PICS) Society announced that it has purchased 3.5 acres of land in Cloverdale for its new culturally-sensitive extended care facility. The announcement was made last Saturday at PICS Seniors Society where more than 40 people attended the meeting.

Jason Kenney, Minister of Employment and Social Development and Minister for Multiculturalism, dropped by to say a few words about PICS project.

“The government of Canada congratulates PICS for doing such a wonderful project.  It’s not only for multicultural seniors, but it is a humanitarian service for the whole of Canada.  The government of Canada supports such a wonderful initiative,” Kenney said.

PICS’ CEO Charan Gill thanked Kenney for his personal and official support and for listening seriously to the issues presented by the Board.  This project will save money to the tax payers and will be a great facility for the Lower Mainland and B.C. seniors

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