Comprehensive Guide to Retirement Living

#1 Virtual Seniors Community in Canada

Senioropolis.com is a detailed database of retirement living options and resources for seniors in Canada. Building on our already popular annual publication the "Comprehensive Guide to Retirement Living®", our online directory includes a national database of retirement information for Canadian seniors including  retirement homes, nursing homes, seniors' apartment buildings and many in-home goods and services directed at seniors looking to downsize or stay in their own homes.

Try out "The Retirement Home Finder" to locate a home that can meet your specific needs or our Province-specific Resources for Seniors section to find out about a range of services available to seniors in your community.

Our Article Library offers a wealth of information on many topics related to resources, housing, financial information and a host of other topics.

Our  GPS app makes finding a residence while you are 'on-the-go' as simple as a few clicks. With an easy link into Google Maps, get contact information and instant directions to assist you in navigating to a home of your choice. 

With our significant and growing database of resources for seniors in addition to our database of over 2400 retirement residences, more than 1500 nursing homes and a growing number of senior apartment buildings in Canada, Senioropolis.com is the most comprehensive source of information about services and housing for seniors in Canada.

All Things Senior

Will a job loss threaten her retirement? - When Janna first contacted Financial Facelift, she was earning $100,000 a year working at a consulting firm and anticipating a fat bonus. She planned to use the money to fix up her kitchen or buy a car. Read more: The Globe and Mail - Category: Retirement Concerns
 
The first timer’s guide to cruises - As a ship’s captain told me last year “our largest repeat business are senior holidays”. Read more: Starts At Sixty - Category: Travel
 
Home-care system in free fall after more cuts: Hepburn - In an upbeat speech to more than 1,000 Ontario nurses, Health Minister Eric Hoskins boasted Wednesday about how home and community care are “the cornerstones” of a major health-system transformation underway in the province. Read more: The Star - Category: Retirement Concerns
 

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