Hope's Home, a group that provides care for special needs children in Regina, is looking to expand.
It has proposed a new centre in the Harbour Landing neighbourhood south of the airport that could care for 90 children.
The children have serious health conditions, with many using wheelchairs and requiring a higher level of care than is available in regular daycares.
The project would also include a 10-bed respite care area and, in a separate building, a group home for four young adults who had previously been in the children's program.
Regina's Planning Commission has already given its recommendation in favour of the plan and it's expected city council will give final approval Monday evening.