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

6 Ways that Having a Pet Can Improve Your Life After 60 - I’m a cat person. I’ve always had a cat and can’t image my home without one. My cat isn’t my pet, it’s a member of my family. I love coming home and having my boy run up to greet me, rubbing against my legs and looking up at me with his big wide eyes that say he missed me. No matter how difficult my day has been, I forget it all about it when I see his eager face. Read more: Sixty & Me - Category: Wellness
As Canadians live longer, retirement plans must address long-term care costs - We all know that Canadians are aging. Canada had more than 5,000 centenarians in 2011, but in 46 years that number could top 78,000. The good news is your chance of living to 100 or more is greater than ever. The bad news is that as you age, you are increasingly likely to suffer some sort of illness. Read more: The Globe and Mail - Category: Retirement Concerns
Brits 'on course to live longer' - Women nearing the age of 90 across Wales and England could be the norm rather than the exception in 15 years' time, according to new research. Read more: World First - Category: Residences

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