Retirement Homes from Across Canada
Superb retirement from sea to shining sea
From Victoria to St. John's, there are many great places to retire
There are profound changes in the philosophy toward retirement homes coming from within Canada's retirement home industry itself. As Lynn Webster (onetime executive with a major retirement home corporation) has said, we are setting forth "a creative and holistic perspective to meet the wishes of a new generation of seniors who want an active and involved retirement."
The following pages offer an overview of retirement homes by province.
- British Columbia retirement homes takes a look at life on the west coast, with links to homes in Victoria, Vancouver and more.
- Alberta retirement homes provides an overview of homes within that province, from Calgary to Edmonton and all points in between.
- Manitoba retirement homes offers advice on finding good retirement homes in that province.
- Ontario retirement homes offers a comprehensive overview of major cities including the Greater Toronto Area, Ottawa, London and many other centres, along with lists of retirement homes in those cities.
- Quebec retirement homes looks at retirement living in La Belle Province along with an overview and listings of retirement homes in Montreal and elsewhere in Quebec.
- Maritimes retirement homes offers an overview of retirement home living in several east coast provinces including New Brunswick and Nova Scotia.
Find out more about how the industry as a whole is responding to cultural change with a much wider variety of retirement living options.
Comfort Life has enthusiastically covered these changes for the past several years, since 2002. In addition to this site and the magazine Comfort Life, we work closely with the retirement home industry through our magazine Dialogue+ and its accompanying website covering Canada's retirement home industry. These are intended to help Canada's retirement home professionals communicate with each other to most efficiently and effectively meet the needs of Canada's seniors.