Launched in 2016, Esprit Lifestyle Communities is proud to be the newest division within the Extendicare family of brands. We are a family of communities offering a wide range of services for Seniors; from independent living to assisted living to memory care. We are inspired by Extendicare’s mission to help people live better.
We help people live better by offering communities operated by good people with great teams, who are supported by a dedicated network of professionals with more than 50 years of history in Seniors housing and care.
Our communities are modern but comfortable, and are designed to help people feel more at home. We offer unique programming, scratch-made food and professional, caring support services.
Even though our communities are connected by a common-thread, they are each unique. Each one is a representation of the province, or town, or neighborhood that they are in. Moreover, each one is a representation of the amazing people who work and live, who visit and who volunteer in each Esprit location.
The success of each of our communities comes down to the quality of teams. Of course, we have a great team in the support office as well, who are focused on providing resources to our teammates at the community level, where it matters most. Finally, as a part of the Extendicare family brands, Esprit is on an amazing team working across Canada, day and night, helping Canadians live better.
Meet the People of Esprit
Mr. Freeman's Lamb
Mr. Freeman is a 95 year old gentleman that used to have sheep when he and his family lived on a farm in Uxbridge; he is also an artist and retired dentist...
I was born in Regina and was educated at the University of Arizona on a football scholarship. I came back to Saskatchewan to play in the CFL for the Roughriders from 1961-1970 as an offensive centre...
Yes, I was an 80’s Rock God
It all started back in 1981. My younger brother Dave called me up and asked me if I wanted to be the lead singer of a band he was putting together. The idea was to go play full time and play across Western Canada...