Canterbury is a very safe and comfortable place. The staff are all very kind and helpful. We are very lucky and thankful to have them. I think Canterbury should be looking for land to build another Canterbury.

- Canterbury Resident

Life at Canterbury



Supporting a Community in Transition: Canterbury’s 5th Annual Promise of Home Gala

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For families with aging parents - having a system of support in place is the cornerstone of the health, happiness and well-being of Gail’s mother who lives at Canterbury Court. The purpose of Canterbury’s Community Outreach Program is to do just that, provide support to residents and...

Canterbury Visits Sunnyhill Alpacas & Twisted Sisters Mill

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Driving up the tree-lined gravel pathway to the Twisted Sisters Mill, we are welcomed with a deep but friendly greeting from a fluffy white farm dog named Toby.  Dotted along the fenceline we spot a few four-legged members of Sunny Hill Alpacas herd.

Life is in the Design Details

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Sometimes just changing the layout of a room can make parts of your life so much easier. Maybe it’s just adding bright pillows to your couch that can lift a mood, or the smell of baked cookies that can bring an overwhelming feeling of comfort. Sometimes you can find your best life buried in...

K-Days at Canterbury

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This month at Canterbury, staff, residents and visitors will dawn their Klondike best in celebration of K-Days here in Edmonton. It’s all part of a week long series of events, planned to pay homage to the tradition-steeped festivities and roots to what has now evolved into a massive week long...

Canterbury Redevelopment: Research, Design and Meaningful Change for Dementia Care

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Frustration, anger and deterioration, too often the symptoms of those suffering with dementia. It’s a painful road for families as they watch their loved ones spirit fade, a feeling all too familiar for Carol Brown. Carol’s mother Willa came to live at Canterbury five years ago, when...