Prince of Peace Reviews

285030 Luther Rose Blvd NE, Calgary, Alberta, T1X 1M9


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This community is ideal for Calgary families and seniors looking for something a little different, something a little more ideally relaxed. The location just outside of Calgary in Rocky View County, is an idyllic location that offers quiet, country living close to the city. In addition, this is close to the Trans-Canada, making it easily accessible for family members from throughout the area.



Peaceful person-centered seniors' community

Prince of Peace lives up to its name by offering a uniquely tranquil countryside setting, in a community close enough to the city to make day trips and family visits easy. Inside, there are delicious chef-prepared meals and features that appeal to a variety of tastes, including a tuck shop, woodworking shop, chapel and more. Outside, residents enjoy a quiet stroll with views of the open prairie on one side and the spectacular Rockies on the other.

Care staff here is focused on offering "person-centered" care. Seniors are encouraged to improve their own health and wellness through the excellent food on the menu combined with local fitness facilities. A physician is also on call, and nurses are on staff around the clock. This community offers improved living for newly moved seniors. with many updated facilities that include contemporary features like walk-in showers (among many other features).

For families dealing with Alzheimer's Disease and other forms of dementia, Prince of Peace's supportive living care offers specialized support in an environment uniquely prepared to deal with the effects of dementia.

  • Independent living
  • Assisted living
  • Dementia/Memory care

  •   $3,070 per month

  •   191 suites

What people say about Prince of Peace


I love the big windows! There are great views of the mountains and prairies. The walking paths are well maintained which makes it easy to enjoy the duck ponds and green space in the community.
—Emma Thorn, resident

My Mom, Betty Klassen… was able to receive Palliative Care at her home, Prince of Peace, after having a stroke. Our family experienced significant emotional and physical support through the last 5 days that we spent at our Mom's bedside. In those difficult days, we witnessed the deep connection that existed between Mom and her caregivers. They treated her and us with a great deal of respect and care. They anticipated care needs, they showed up during the most difficult days, with such kindn
—Tammy Vestrum, family member

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Google reviews (two combined, from 2021-2022)

My Mom, Betty Klassen… was able to receive Palliative Care at her home, Prince of Peace, after having a stroke. Our family experienced significant emotional and physical support through the last 5 days that we spent at our Mom's bedside.

In those difficult days, we witnessed the deep connection that existed between Mom and her caregivers. They treated her and us with a great deal of respect and care. They anticipated care needs, they showed up during the most difficult days, with such kindness and compassion for us all. Mom died peacefully and gracefully here in her home, surrounded by her children and her Prince of Peace family. The impact that this had upon our family will be with us forever.
[It’s a] commendable organization and excellent frontline staff [who] have provided kind and compassionate care throughout the past year.

Transitioning into care was stressful for both our mother, who has dementia, and our family. This was compounded by COVID. The staff at all levels from admin, to personal care workers have been kind, patient, and available through many tearful conversations.

I [loved] watching Mom share a joke with the staff, their investment in relationship with her [was] evident and welcome.

The staff are vigilant and observant - anticipating her needs, and responding to concerns and changes that we note as well.

Other things that make it a great home include a varied menu, and nutritious meals and snacks. It is always clean and smelling fresh. There is lots of sunlight...These things combine to create a welcoming atmosphere.
—Tammy Vestrum, family member

On Saturday Jan 2, 2021 at approximately 4 in the afternoon my Mother who has resided at Prince of Peace since July 2020, had her television service go dark. Being an avid football fan, this was not going to do given the NCAA &NFL playoffs were on the horizon. Thinking quickly the Front Desk/Kitchen employee took it upon herself to become an electronics aficionado. She recognized the problem was a broken Shaw cable receiver and located a box containing extra cable receivers installing it so t
—Sean Doyle, family member

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Google review July 2021

On Saturday Jan 2, 2021 at approximately 4 in the afternoon my Mother who has resided at Prince of Peace since July 2020, had her television service go dark. Being an avid football fan, this was not going to do given the NCAA &NFL playoffs were on the horizon. Thinking quickly the Front Desk/Kitchen employee took it upon herself to become an electronics aficionado. She recognized the problem was a broken Shaw cable receiver and located a box containing extra cable receivers installing it so the TV was back operating within a very short time. This employees initiative is indicative of what our experience has been with Prince of Peace Manor. We take comfort knowing that our Mom's needs/care are always the primary focus of the staff and they do it with enthusiasm and a smile.
—Sean Doyle, family member

Both my wife's parents and her aunt live there and are very happy. Very satisfied with all the support, kitchen, administrative, and health care staff. Would definitely recommend Prince of Peace to anyone seeking an assisted living/retirement community.
—C Laro, family member

I moved into the Manor 5 months ago and am originally from Newfoundland. At first there was apprehension but it quickly dissipated when I joined the Manor family... I'd recommend this type of living to anyone needing senior accommodation.
—Donald Bennett , resident

I came to Prince of Peace Manor in November 2017 and if I had known how great it is to be here I would have moved in sooner. It is wonderful to be able to socialize... One just needs to open the Suite door and someone is there and smiles at you. Everyone is so friendly and helpful and the meals are fantastic.
—Joyce Kinloch, resident

This facility is so lovely and clean, and the rural setting is fantastic. But it's the people here who really make it that extra awesome! ... My mom has been here for a year [and they] made her feel special.
—Brenda, family member

My Dad has resided here for 3 yrs. The personal and medical care is superb ... . There is always something going on and the recreation staff and other volunteers are truly dedicated. You definitely feel the love here.
—Vivian, family member

More about this community

  • Units include 336 sq. foot studio apartments, 554 sq. foot single bedroom and 757 one bedroom plus den
  • Weekly light housekeeping
  • Zumba classes, pottery and art classes, woodworking and more
  • Indoor movie theatre
  • Residents are provided group transportation to scheduled outings
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