Canterbury Manor means to me a safe, attractive place in which I can live during my declining years with a maximum amount of privacy yet use opportunities to socialize with a variety of pleasant other residents when I wish to do so.

- Canterbury Resident

Life at Canterbury

Tea with the Queen

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We all had a wonderful time at the Annual Tea with the Queen.  Food, music, dancing and taking photos with the Queen herself - in cardboard form!

Preparing for Tea with the Queen

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Canterbury Foundation residents have fun preparing for the Annual Tea with the Queen!

Resident Profile: Jim Cupido

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Jim Cupido donated blood for nearly 40 years.  When he was told he couldn't donate anymore due to his age, he started a letter writing campaign and won!  Now seniors can donate blood no matter what age they are, as long as they are in good health.  Read the full story!

Politicians Visit Canterbury

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Canterbury welcomes political visitors including Premier Jim Prentice, Edmonton Centre MP Laurie Hawn and Edmonton Riverview MLA Steve Young.