Low income B.C. seniors to pay lower care rates, but others to pay more Published Thursday October 8th, 2009

Under the plan, residential care clients will pay up to 80 per cent of their income toward their room and board as long as they're left with at least $275 a month for personal expenses, a figure Falcon says is the highest retained income in the country.

Maximum rates will also be capped at $2,932 a month.