Comprehensive Guide to Retirement Living

#1 Virtual Seniors Community in Canada 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, is the most comprehensive source of information about services and housing for seniors in Canada.

All Things Senior

Is your house your retirement plan? - Skyrocketing house prices mean owning a home in Canada these days requires a larger portion of take home pay than ever. Read more: BNN Canada - Category: Retirement Concerns
Ageism: The Thorn In The Side Of Women In Their 70s - The term "Ageism" was first identified and defined by Robert Butler in 1969 as "prejudice and discrimination toward elderly people." We women in our 70s encounter ageism at every turn, subtle or blatant, recognized as such or not. Stories abound on our blog at and were shared in our conversation groups of women in their 70s. Here we are, more knowledgeable than ever before, with the benefit of a long perspective, with so much to contribute; but still, ageism stares us in the face. Even we hold ageist views about ourselves and others. Read more: Huffington Post - Category: Residences
The challenge of recognizing one’s days of living independently are over - Francess Halpenny was already in her prime, holding down two key jobs as a general editor of the Dictionary of Canadian Biography and dean of the Faculty of Library and Information Science at the University of Toronto when I met her in the mid-1970s at a conference I was covering as a callow editor for Quill & Quire. Her credentials were impressive. And yet, what I remember about Halpenny is her personality. Read more: The Globe and Mail - Category: Wellness

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