New Communities

novembre 9, 2023
Minister Ernie Steeves, Minister Greg Turner, Mayor Dawn Arnold, Minister Kathy Bockus, Mrs. Laurise LeBlanc, Mr. Emery LeBlanc, Minister Sherry Wilson, Shannex Founder, Joseph Shannon, Shannex President, Jason Shannon, Micheline Doucette, Lise Savoie, MLA Jacques LeBlanc

Gordon Hall and Ocean Hall


With the opening of Ocean Hall in September, and its companion community, Gordon Hall, which opened this past June, we’ve welcomed 120 new residents into long-term care in New Brunswick. These new communities are connected by an indoor Main Street that promotes independence and a sense of community for residents and families. See Page 7 for more.

Read Grand Opening: Gordon Hall and Ocean Hall

Alyssia Jeddore, Councillor Bertram “Muin” Bernard, Joseph Shannon, Jason Shannon and Councillor John Frank Toney



Coming in 2024 to Eskissonqnik (Eskasoni) is Kiknu. Kiknu meaning “our home” in Mi’kmaq, will be Nova Scotia’s first nursing home in a First Nations community. It will have 48 beds intended for Eskissonqnik’s elders where they will continue to be surrounded by their own culture and traditions.

Learn more about Kiknu

Bedford Square information session at Home Office, NS

Bedford Square

Bedford South

On September 23rd, neighbours were invited to see what’s blooming in Bedford Square. Bedford Square will bring a fresh and inviting energy to the area that will inspire social connection and living well as you age. Neighbours walked through site plans, enjoyed a fly-through video of the community and were treated to local refreshments.

Learn more about Bedford Square


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