retirement homes

retirement platform

Canadian Apartment Magazine

Sienna Living launches new retirement platform “Aspira”

In a recent operations update, Sienna Living announced plans to launch a new retirement platform called “Aspira” in late 2021 or early 2022.
seniors' housing

Canadian Apartment Magazine

Rising vacancies in seniors’ housing continues

Vacancy rates in seniors' housing are rising in all provinces except Newfoundland and Labrador, according to a new report from CMHC.
AdvantAge Ontario

Canadian Apartment Magazine

AdvantAge Ontario research backs seniors’ “campuses of care”

Newly released research from AdvantAge Ontario sheds a positive light on a model of senior care, known to the sector as "campuses of care".
military report on long-term care homes

Canadian Apartment Magazine

Military exposes dire state of Ontario long-term care

The Canadian Armed Forces has issued a scathing report on the state of Ontario’s long-term care homes, shedding light on the grim conditions service members observed in five specific GTA residences.
Nova Scotia

Canadian Apartment Magazine

Outbreaks in congregate care homes rise dramatically

COVID-19 outbreaks in health and congregate care settings have increased dramatically across Ontario, according to recent data from the Ontario Health Coalition.
long-term care homes

Canadian Apartment Magazine

New report shows alarming rate of infection in senior care facilities

The Ontario Health Coalition released a 70-page report tracking 3,783 positive cases of COVID-19 within senior care facilities across the province.

Canadian Apartment Magazine

Réseau Sélection acquires three Montreal retirement homes

Réseau Sélection announced it has acquired three retirement homes in Montreal, all of which were previously owned by Prével Retraite and the Fonds immobilier de solidarité FTQ

Canadian Apartment Magazine

New and emerging trends in seniors housing

Older Canadians represent an increasingly important segment of the Canadian population for developers, organizations and property managers that provide housing. Not only will the number of Canadians over the age of 55 continue to increase over the next several decades, but this group possesses characteristics that are more diverse than any previous generation of seniors.

Facility Cleaning & Maintenance

Certification in health-care housekeeping

Demonstrated successful experience in the health-care housekeeping field is often fraught with the pitfall of making and learning from mistakes.