History We’ve been about people since the beginning
Not many senior’s residences can boast the history of lovely St. Bernard’s Residence. Originally the summer home of a wealthy Toronto family in the early 20th century, the home was eventually donated to the Missionary Sisters of the Precious Blood in the ‘50s.
The Sisters converted the home into a convalescent hospital until it was turned into a retirement home in 2000. Sitting on 19 acres of beautiful green land at the heart of North York, next to the Don River and lush Canadian forest, the location of the home is both rare and inviting. St. Bernard’s Residence is also one of the only senior residences in Toronto and the GTA to offer Catholic mass and adoration.