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About Us

The Sylvan Lake Foundation first opened the Sylvan Lake Lodge in July 1966 with the traditional "U" shape that housed 50 residents. Until 1975, the Sylvan Lake Foundation employed a live-in Matron. In 1990, extensive renovations were completed, increasing the size of the rooms but downsizing the amount of rooms available to 41. In 2000 another 18 rooms were added.

In 2003 the Sylvan Lake Foundation partnered with Bethany Care Society, the David Thompson Health Region, the Extended Care Society and the Province of Alberta to provide an "aging in place" facility on the existing land adjacent to the Lodge. The Foundation provides dietary, housekeeping and laundry to the long term care facility.

Sylvan Lake Lodge

The Lodge program is a partnership between municipal and provincial agencies providing subsidized housing for senior citizens who benefit from a wellness centered program offering nutritious meals, recreational programs and the security of having 24 hour staffing.    VACANCY - 0    waitlist

Sylvan Manor

Officially opened in 1967 the Manor is a twelve suite government subsidized self-contained apartment building with a central common area. Each suite is a one bedroom unit complete with kitchen , living room, bathroom and storage. There are laundry facilities and allocated parking spots. Rent is charged at 30% of tenant's gross monthly income. Other charges include utilities, telephone, and cable​.   VACANCY - 0

Board of Directors


     Megan Hanson - Town of Sylvan Lake Councilor

     Ian Oostindie - Town of Sylvan Lake Councilor

     Sharon Mulder-Fuchs - Member at Large

     Jason Thompson - Member at Large

     Andrew LeBlanc - Member at Large

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