If you end up in Richmond Hill, you'll be about 20 minutes from campus, depending on where in Richmond Hill you live. If you have kids, you'll probably want to live in RH -- better school system, from what I hear.
There is always Excelsior College (Associates Degrees Nursing | Nursing Degrees, Programs | Distance - excelsior.edu
) which is distance learning with an in-person clinical exam at the end, but whether that is a good fit for you will depend on where you are licensed as an LPN, and where you might want to work as an RN in the future due to acceptance of EC grads for licensure (State Board Requirements - excelsior.edu
). I know it's tough for military to know where we'll be living at any given time! LOL. But the plus is that you can work in any government/federal facility as an EC grad as well.
As you can see, there would be complications with EC ... maybe Armstrong would work for you!