I particularly appreciate: the wonderful homecare staff with their unfailing competencies and courtesy (I couldn’t manage without them); the opportunity weekly to attend chapel right here; the dining room services when I need them; and the good manners of the staff at all levels, which is unbelievably constant! Though, like any Manor resident I am always as independent as possible, it is good to know that should a health crisis occur, there is good, very competent experienced help to call on for immediate assistance.
- Canterbury Resident
Board Profile: Roger Thomson
Roger was born and raised in Edmonton and has been a member of Christ Church since baptism. He has earned a business degree at the University of Alberta.
Roger brings knowledge of finance, taxation and business leadership from his background as a chartered accountant to Canterbury Foundation. Prior to starting his own accounting practice in 1990, he managed large audits at KPMG, both in Edmonton and the UK, for numerous private and public corporations. He has provided financial advisory services to many local Edmonton businesses, focussing on new entrepreneurs and non-profit organizations.
Roger has significant experience from Board positions within the non-profit sector, including E4C, The Churchill Society, The Canadian Club of Edmonton, Canterbury Foundation, and others.
He has served as Treasurer at Christ Church, and volunteered for his local Community League and Scout Troop. He has an amazing wife and a fabulous daughter that he loves dearly.