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February 7, 2020 | Living Loving Local

Living Loving Local for February: Beets!

Living Loving Local at Verve this Month: Beets Red, yellow, orange, pink or striped, beets are a superfood full of folate, manganese, Vitamin

January 24, 2020 | Living Loving Local

Living Loving Local for January: Beans & Lentils

Living Loving Local at Verve this Month: Beans & Lentils Around the world, for thousands of years, dried pulses (beans, lentils and peas)

January 6, 2020 | Residents' Stories

Looking Ahead to 2020 with a 100-year perspective

What does one who is one hundred wish for in the year ahead? Isabelle McClellan is a smiling and easy-going lady who lives in an assisted living

December 18, 2019 | Events

First Ever Christmas Bash at Holland Gardens Retirement Residence

Holland Gardens Retirement Residence in Bradford welcomed its first residents in April of this year – and celebrated its first-ever residents’

December 2, 2019 | Alzheimers & Dementia

The Village designed from ground up to accommodate people living with dementia

In Canada’s first dementia village, residents can walk by themselves outdoors on what seems like a never-ending path. They can leave by the

November 8, 2019 | Events, Verve & the Community

Carp Commons Makes It Official!

CARP – A project years in the making hosted its official ribbon cutting Wednesday, October 2, 2019 and the greater community welcomed West

October 24, 2019 | Events

Fall Beer & Sausage Tasting at Canterbury Place

On Thursday October 18, 2019, residents and guests gathered in the bistro at Canterbury Place Retirement Residence in North York, ON, for a fall

October 15, 2019 | Inspired Senior Living, Residents' Stories

The Life of an Independent Older Woman – No Regrets

How A Lover of Travel Lives Happy and Free in A Senior Living Residence Ever Wonder if You Should Move into a Senior Living Residence? Try as

October 8, 2019 | Living Loving Local

Living Loving Local for October: Apples!

Enjoyed all over the world, and grown in a variety of climates, the apple has a special place in the Canadian diet as a mainstay, all year round,