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Escape Artist

Navigating the War

Thirteen-Thousand Feet

Here’s a tribute to our everyday heroes

One flower and smile at a time

Nearly 100 years of service

65 years together

What’s the secret to long life? 100-year-old Catherine has an answer

100 years woven into history

Going the extra mile at Fox Ridge Care Community

Party Like it’s 1949

Verna’s dream of attending university has finally come true

The Lady in the Tower

The spirit of Tai Chi lives at Island Park

What happens when seniors become pen pals with 11-year-olds?

A taste of home at Maple Grove Care Community

Seniors and high school students come together for intergenerational choir

104-year-old Don has ‘more life than most 25 year olds’

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Fashion on Fire at Fox Ridge Care Community

Uncovering memories one brush stroke at a time

Directors of Care at Sienna up their game

Milk bags into mattresses: Spreading the warmth at Island Park

Celebrating 73 years of marriage, life, and laughter

The key to happiness? Love your job.

After 30 years off the ice, Ivy returned to her old club

‘The little things I do make somebody happy,’ Vanessa Romero, winner of the Nursing Senior Leadership Award.

Word of God through jokes, card tricks, stories and laughter

Rosewood’s Cinderella is more than just an amazing volunteer — she’s ex-military

After 10 years in a drawer, this children’s book is finally for sale

Wii love bowling!

Winner of the 8th annual Great Pancake Games flips his flapjack over 20 times in 30 seconds

10,000 photos covering 48 years of marriage and adventure together

View extraordinary resident art in our new 360° virtual art gallery!

Following your dreams

So happy together

What’s this 108-year-old’s secret? Never give up.

Learn the secret of Bloomington Cove’s success in winning the 2016 Home of the Year Award from the OLTCA

Fieldstone plays Santa for a local women’s shelter

When everyone comes together

We are Santa’s elves

The song in your heart

Who has the best soup in Grimsby?

The Grandpal Project

A visit to remember

One Thousand Years Strong

BBQs, campfires and smores, if you please

Picture Perfect

Eye on the prize

A spotlight on our stars

Commanding the wounded

When they say no

Finding happily ever after

Surprise news in open waters

This side of the ocean

35 years on the ground

A little right rudder

Not yet 18 and fighting for freedom

They don’t call them ‘Spitfire’ for nothing

Dispelling the shadows, one survivor at a time

Meet the cake masters

Reinventing the menu

Avast me hearties! Can ye find me hidden treasure?

70 years of marriage later and they wouldn’t change a thing

Art: A family affair

Better than bingo

Chick this out

You’ve got mail

Family is forever

Colouring the world happy

Games are just the beginning

A walk to remember

Could you go a round with Chick Norris?

Not the same old story

After 10 years, Ted is finally back on the dance floor

77-year-old Sandra started a charity for homeless seniors

It Has Changed Them Forever

He was a poet, but he didn’t know it

A Family Tree in the Heart of Our Home

Innovative Residents’ Council Wins Award

There’s a Waiting List to Enjoy Breakfast Here

Residents get quality face time at portrait studio

Getting seniors programming down to a fine art

Residents Get a Surprise Treat at Super Bowl Party

Sensory swim gets a bright green light from Deerwood Creek

Artist shares his love of art

Royale Place residents sing from the same hymn sheet

Sienna Senior Living Recognized for Bridging the Gap Between Seniors and Technology

Lives Lived through War and Peace

It’s Witching Hour at Langstaff Square No Trick, but a Real Treat

Cedarvale Lodge resident defends her Cook for the Cure title

Appreciation goes both ways at 911 events for former fire chief

Bloomington Cove add a dash of technology to their dementia run

Childhood Neighbours Reconnect after 65 Years

50 Years of Caring

First High School Cyber-Seniors Partnership is a Win-Win

Helping Out Far and Wide

What Would You Like to Do, if You Knew You Could Not Fail?

Harmony Hills' Supercentenarian Leads a Disciplined Life

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