Crafting Comfort and Community: A Heartfelt Donation by Burnaby’s 13th Venturers Company

At Cascade Gardens Seniors Community in Burnaby, we recently had the pleasure of receiving a thoughtful and meaningful donation from the 13th Burnaby Venturers Company. Venturer Scouts is for youth age 15-17 (through Scouts Canada) to explore their potential and ambition in an inclusive environment, forging friendships with others who share their passion to “Climb […]

Benefits of Renting in Senior Independent Living

There are numerous options available today for seniors who want to downsize their residence. For those looking for a home with less maintenance and access to a community of peers, independent living is often a top consideration. But did you know it’s possible to rent an apartment or suite in a retirement community? Senior community […]

Choosing the Right Retirement Home: A Step-by-Step Guide

If you or someone you love is currently dealing with the inevitable issues of aging that can impact your health and autonomy, you may be thinking about independent living options. There are various types of retirement communities and making a choice can seem overwhelming. To help make the process less intimidating, here are some tips […]

Mindful Aging: Practices for Cognitive Health and Wellness

Practicing mindfulness and maintaining optimal cognitive function can help older adults to enjoy their retirement years to the fullest. Selecting the right community for yourself or for a loved one can make a big difference in your overall quality of life and your experiences during retirement. At Park Place Seniors Living, we enrich the lives […]


Celebrating Ordinary Albertans Doing Extraordinary Things: Lieutenant Governor Salma Lakhani’s Visit to Medicine Hat

At Park Place Seniors Living, we believe in celebrating the exceptional individuals who make our communities thrive. On September 15, we had the honor of witnessing a truly remarkable event right here in Medicine Hat, as Alberta’s Lieutenant Governor, the Honourable Salma Lakhani, paid a three-day visit to Medicine Hat. During her stay, she embarked […]

Northcrest Seniors Community. A New Residence To The Park Place Seniors Living Family

  Park Place Seniors Living has added a new residence to the family, Northcrest Seniors Community (formerly Northcrest Care Centre), in Delta, British Columbia, effective September 14, 2023.  Northcrest is a funded, long-term care residence with 106 beds that first opened in 1994. Northcrest is accredited under the Accreditation Canada program, which is a testament to […]

Embrace the Golden Years: How to Recognize When Moving to a Retirement Home Is Right

The golden years are a special time for seniors, but they can also be challenging. As you age and your physical capabilities begin to decline, it’s important to recognize when it’s time to make the move to a retirement home. From alleviating loneliness to assisting with daily chores, a retirement community can be the perfect […]

Long-Term Care vs. Assisted Living: Know The Key Differences

If you or a loved one are finding it challenging to maintain everyday tasks due to physical or mental health concerns, you’re likely considering various care solutions. There are many out there, and navigating their differences can be confusing. Two common options are long-term care and assisted living. The two terms are often used interchangeably, […]

Canada Day Parade Float from Discovery Harbour Seniors Community

Our Residents had a Fun and Festive Canada Day Celebration!

Canada day is a holiday to celebrate independence and unity. Campbell River always has a day full of activities and fun for everyone to enjoy. This year, our residents had a blast as they took part in many festivities such as the popular Canada Day Rotary Parade, watching the skydiver’s arrival ahead of the annual […]

Chippawa Creek Team Shines at Alzheimer’s Walk

Chippawa Creek Team Shines at Alzheimer’s Walk, Raising Funds and Awareness The Alzheimer’s Walk held in May for the Niagara Falls region was a resounding success, bringing together individuals, families, and organizations with a common goal: to support the fight against Alzheimer’s disease. Among the participants, the Chippawa Creek team demonstrated their dedication to making […]

Sunridge Place Resident Awarded National Order of the Legion Honour

On November 17th, Sunridge Place was honoured to be part of the National Order of the Legion ceremony for resident and Canadian veteran, Fernand Labrie. This ceremony was led by the Consul General of France in British Columbia, Nicolas Baudouin. 

Silverado Creek Seniors Community – Stampede Week Grand Opening Celebration

Silverado Creek officially opened in September 2021 with 129 brand-new long-term care beds with access to modern amenities and the best in care standards and service in South Calgary. With the support of the Ministry of Health which provided a $5.18 million capital grant under the Affordable Supportive Living Initiative (ASLI), Park Place Seniors Living […]

Karim Chagani from Cascade Gardens featured by BC Care for National Volunteer week!

Heartiest congratulations to volunteer Karim Chagani from Cascade Gardens in Burnaby who has been featured by the BC Care Providers Association for National Volunteer Week, April 24 to 30, 2022! National Volunteer Week takes place from April 24 – 30 and provides an opportunity to recognize and pay tribute to Canada’s 24 million volunteers. This year’s […]

Park Place People: Big Support for Team Tee-Shirt Initiative

The COVID-19 pandemic has been an unprecedented challenge for our teams in long term care, assisted living, supportive living, and independent living. With teams in BC, Alberta, and Ontario, in both urban and more rural communities, we have learned so much together about pandemic safety and teamwork.

Park Place Seniors Living Supports Free Health Care Aid Training Program in BC

BC’s current climate has highlighted the important need for increased education and training opportunities in seniors’ care. Recently, the BC Care Provider Association (BCCPA), secured a new Community Workforce Response grant of over $800,000 to train 48 students interested in pursuing careers as health care assistants. The funding will cover the entire cost of tuition […]

Message from Park Place Seniors Living President, Al Jina

Keeping our residents safe and well cared during this Pandemic requires our front line staff to come to work and be safe while providing care and service. In order for them to do so means for them to have the necessary personal protective equipment (PPE), such as masks, gowns, and gloves.

Thank You to Our Local Heroes

A sincere thank you was extended to firefighters who battled the summer’s Mt. Hicks wildfire at a dinner on Friday, October 12th. Members from Kent Harrison Search and Rescue, Agassiz, Popkum, Harrison, Seabird and BC Wildfire were invited to the buffet-style dinner at the Agassiz Seniors Community (formerly Cheam Village) where community members got a […]

Caretaker with resident

Park Place Earns 2018 Accreditation with Commendation Canada Designation

Park Place Seniors Living completed its Accreditation Canada Survey during the week of May 28, 2018 with flying colours. A total of 6 surveyors visited 20 care homes as well as corporate head office. A big thank you to all Park Place managers and staff who worked very hard to prepare for the survey.

Benevolence Care Centre – Now Open in Edmonton

Park Place Seniors Living welcomed its newest home of 99 Long Term Care beds, Benevolence Care Centre, on April 12th, 2018. Located in Edmonton, Alberta construction of the residence began in June of 2016 and employs over 100 professional staff. The brand new 82,000 square foot care centre features private rooms. On-site special amenities include: […]