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Inspirational Life

For love of country and music

A Master Warrant Officer in the Royal Canadian Air Force, Eugene’s true passion is for music.
Veteran Stories

The Sailor Who Couldn’t Swim

Staring up at the bottom of the ship, which floated 50 feet above him, Leading Seaman Bernie Heasler really wished he knew how to swim.
Innovative Programs

The secret to a fuller life is in quality time

“It makes me feel good to discover the life story of a resident,” said Erin, an RPN at Trillium. “It’s a privilege to be an ally for someone at one of the most challenging times in their lives.”
Veteran Stories

An interesting life

“I have some strong views about war,” said George Carlyle, WWII veteran. From exploding artillery to stepping in as best man at a wedding, George has seen just about everything.
Innovative Programs

Rubber duck race raises funds for seniors in need

View hilarious photos or rubber ducks racing to the finish in this fundraiser for United Way and seniors in need in the local community
Innovative Programs

The Titanic Survivor

Residents at Trillium and Rosewood retirement residences enjoyed a spectacular presentation by the descendant of a Titanic survivor.
Stories from our Team

From server to recreation: a chalking tale

As a dining room server Charity didn’t think her love of art would be appreciated but what started as chalk doodles on a menu board sprouted into a new position
Veteran Stories

Decoding the Enemy

A cipher operator in the Canadian military, Dick Archambault travelled the world decoding messages.
Innovative Programs

Verna’s dream of attending university has finally come true

Look inside and watch the inspiring story of Verna’s life-long dream to study art.

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