Provincial Guides: Retirement and Senior Care in Canada
Explore your Retirement Options in Canada
When it comes to retirement living, home care or senior care in Ontario you have plenty of options.
If you are retiring in Ontario there are a number of community support services and associations that can help you, including the Ontario Retirement Community Association, Community Care Access Centres and the Ontario Community Support Association.
Learn more about active adult, independent and assisted living options in Ontario as well as your options for long-term care and home care services.
British Columbia is known as Canada's retirement destination. BC provides a number of retirement living, senior care and home care options for baby boomers and seniors.
The British Columbia Senior Living Association (BCSLA) is an important community support and regulatory group for BC seniors.
If you're looking to retire in British Columbia you'll want to explore the province's active adult, independent, assisted living, long-term care and home care options and costs.
Alberta's senior housing is a mix of private and publiclly funded retirement communiites. Regardless of what you are looking for, there are plenty of senior care, home care and retirement living options in Alberta to choose from.
If you're looking to retire in Alberta then check out the Alberta Senior Citizens Housing Association (ASCHA), which represents 24, 000 seniors housing units across the province.
Learn more about the costs and services associated with each type of retirement living and care in Alberta.
If you are senior looking at your retirement living options in Quebec then you'll want to consider your needs and whether active adult, independent, assisted living, long-term care or home care is the right option for you.
The Association des Résidences et CHSLD Privés du Québec (ARCPQ) is a Québec-based, non-profit organization covering senior care and retirement homes in the province.
Learn more about the associations, senior support services, retirement homes and home care services and their costs in Quebec.
Nova Scotia's small towns make it an ideal place for retirement. The province has excellent senior support services and many associations for both baby boomers looking for early retirement, to seniors needing a little extra care.
Whether you're looking for an active lifestyle or safety, security and comprehensive medical care Nova Scotia has a number of senior-friendly options for you.
Learn more about the active adult, independent, assisted living, long-term care and home care services in Nova Scotia, as well as the costs of retiring in the Maritimes.
Enjoy the retirement living options and home care services that New Brunswick has to offer.
With active adult living options you can get the most out of a vibrant, senior-friendly community.
Or, if you require a little more support and care then explore the independent, assisted, long-term and home care options available to seniors and baby boomers in the province.
Learn more about the costs of retiring in the Maritimes as well as available senior support services.
There are a number of retirement community options, senior support services and associations for seniors looking to retire in Saskatchewan.
Senior-friendly options in Saskatchewan are available for baby boomers and seniors looking for an active, independent lifestyle or safety, security and comprehensive medical care.
Learn more about the active adult, independent, assisted living, long-term care and home care services as well as the costs of retiring in Saskatchewan.
When it comes to home care, senior care and retirement living in Manitoba there are a number of options.
Learn more about active adult, independent and assisted living communities as well as your options for long-term care and home care services.
Discover additional information about retiring in Manitoba and the costs associated with retirement living in the province.
Prince Edward Island
PEI was ranked as one of the least expenseive places to retire in the world.
Prince Edward Island is a beautiful and affordable province in which to retire. Whether you're an active adult or require additional support or medical care there are a number of options for you.
Learn more about the costs and services associated with active adult living, independent living, assisted living, long-term care and home care services in Prince Edward Island.
Newfoundland & Labrador
Newfoundland & Labrador has a mix of both publically funded and private retirement homes depending on your needs and wants.
If you are looking for an active adult community, Newfoundland is very affordable. More supportive housing such as independent or assisted living communities are plentiful and the government offers excellent support for long-term care.
Learn more the costs of retiring in Newfoundland and Labrador.
Canada's Northern Territories have a number of senior support services for seniors, and the governments has recently announced that they will be inveting more in seniors care in the Territories.
If this is where you live, have a look at our region guide with comprehensive cost, regulation and care details for retirement in the Northern Territories.