Named originally in 1975 in honour of Dr. Duncan MacMillan, the than new Home was called Duncan MacMillan Nursing Home.
Previous to opening our new Home in 2011, following a focus group discussion with various stakeholders, we took on, “as part of doing business as”, the name Harbourview Lodge. The Harbour being central to the community representing the fishing and forestry industries. The “Lodge” representative of our First Nations culture and a “place” where the community comes together. We retain both names as one way of preserving our heritage while we also reflect our movement forward and the whole community that we serve.
As persons we are all the product of the journey thus far.. so it is with our new Home. To further enshrine our gratitude and respect to Dr. MacMillan, when the new home opened in December 2011, we name the Rehabilitation Room in his honour, the MacMillan Room.