Canadian Owned and Operated Pet Friendly

Full-Service Retirement Community in Etobicoke

As a member of the Tridel Group of Companies, we’re dedicated to establishing service that shows. Expect the unexpected. From housekeeping to concierge, every team member is dedicated to anticipating your needs by being attentive without being intrusive. We believe we work in your home; you don’t live in our building. It shows everywhere. In the Dining Room, crisp tablecloths, personal table service, exquisite china and a varied and ever-changing menu from a renowned chef are your assurance that your invited guests will be as impressed as you are.

Located in the prestigious Kingsway neighbourhood in Etobicoke, Delmanor Prince Edward backs directly onto the spectacular Humber River. Extensive amenities include a fitness centre, movie theatre, full-service spa and salon, pub, cafe, library, gourmet demonstration kitchen and a fully landscaped rooftop terrace complete with extensive seating areas, a putting green and shuffleboard court.

Our unique LivingWell™ program, with individualized coaching and goal setting, can help reduce your risk of heart disease, increase bone density, rehabilitate back pain, minimize the risk of falls, adult-onset diabetes and develop an overall sense of well-being. But, most of all our LivingWell™ team makes it all about fun; because as Mark Twain said “he who laughs, lasts.”

 

 

Services & Amenities

Whether you choose a studio, one or two bedroom suite, on the ground floor or with a balcony, you’ll enjoy:

  • Independent Living
  • Assisted Living
  • Around the clock security monitoring of common areas
  • Assistance of a Concierge
  • Building-wide personal emergency response system
  • Bus transportation for scheduled excursions
  • Daily organized activities and excursions
  • Housekeeping and laundry services
  • In-suite fire rated safe
  • LivingWell™ Centre for hobbies, group exercise classes or gatherings
  • Registered Nurse 24 hours a day
  • Telephone and Cable TV included
  • Wireless Internet in the amenities areas
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Whether you choose a studio, one or two-bedroom suite, on the ground floor or with a balcony, you’ll enjoy:

  • Card and Games Lounge
  • DelSpa
  • Demonstration Kitchen
  • Fireside Lounges
  • Furnished Library with computer
  • Industry leading fire safety systems in both suites and common areas
  • In-suite Washer and Dryer
  • Pub with Billiard Table
  • Rooftop gardens with putting green, shuffleboard and sitting areas
  • Secured underground parking
  • The Guild Studio for woodworking
  • The Riverside Terrace with sitting areas and ravine ornithological stations
  • Theatre and Chapel
  • Tranquility Spa

Culinary

Prince Edward offers a variety of dining options:

  • Dining Room with personal table service
  • Private Dining Room for special events
  • In-suite dining available
  • Ground Floor Patio Café with outdoor fireplace

Testimonials & Reviews

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Suite Floorplans

With a choice of more than 40 different studio, 1 and 2 bedroom suite designs, you’ll feel right at home, surrounded by your own furniture and treasured keepsakes, content to enjoy the lifestyle you’ve worked hard to achieve. For your comfort, each suite has a keyed entrance door and is equipped with individually controlled heating and air conditioning, and state-of-the-art emergency response communications system. Monthly rental rates starting from $4,215.

With a choice of more than 40 different studio, 1 and 2 bedroom suite designs, you’ll feel right at home, surrounded by your own furniture and treasured keepsakes, content to enjoy the lifestyle you’ve worked hard to achieve. For your comfort, each suite has a keyed entrance door and is equipped with individually controlled heating and air conditioning, and state-of-the-art emergency response communications system. Monthly rental rates starting from $4,835.

With a choice of more than 40 different studio, 1 and 2 bedroom suite designs, you’ll feel right at home, surrounded by your own furniture and treasured keepsakes, content to enjoy the lifestyle you’ve worked hard to achieve. For your comfort, each suite has a keyed entrance door and is equipped with individually controlled heating and air conditioning, and state-of-the-art emergency response communications system. Monthly rental rates starting from $6,485.

Events

Join Us!  You’re invited to any of our FREE events.


Come join us as historian and narrative design educator David Chandross, Ph.D., takes us on a year-long virtual tour of Toronto. With slide collections and multimedia you will be transported around the world without leaving your own city. The Toronto of today is not the Toronto of yesterday, which was only a small shipping port for fabrics and food.

Through the immigration of people from all the great civilizations of the world, an identity for the city emerged from the dull, muddy origins of the current downtown core. As these cultures established a sense of home in different parts of the city, slowly a new civilization grew, that which is a fusion of the histories of all of  these people. Suddenly we became more than we were, as the best elements of art, literature, philosophy, food, clothing and architecture converged. A sense of unity with the greater world around us happens as we learn from each other, by sharing customs and preserving the hard won victories over poverty and despair that early immigrants endured.

Toronto’s cultural history is embedded in the avenues, paving stones and shops that define its neighborhoods. We can now literally learn about the entire world  without leaving our city. This is a unique time in virtual tourism, the chance to travel by thinking and to inspire you to take a walking tour of the areas which intrigue you the most. Armchair tourism for the thinking person!


 

March Events

Virtual Tours of Toronto Neighbourhoods:

 

Perogies with Sean Chubbuck – AFYA Hort Therapy
Monday March 2nd, 2020 at 2:30 pm to 3:30 pm

Pierogi are an important part of Polish culture and cuisine today. Traditionally considered peasant food, pierogi eventually gained popularity and spread throughout all social classes including nobles. 17th century cookbooks describe how during that era, pierogi was considered a staple of the Polish diet, and each holiday had its own special kind of pierogi created.

 

Human Trafficking in Canada
Tuesday March 10th, 2020 at 2:30 pm to 3:30 pm

Canada is not immune  to human trafficking for sex or labour. Join Barbara Gosse, CEO of the Canadian Centre to End Human Trafficking, as she provides facts on human trafficking, where it occurs in Canada and how this crime affects us all. The Canadian Centre to End Human Trafficking launched its Hotline in 2019, and has received more than 1200 substantial signals to this resource. Please join us to learn how we can all assist in ending this horrific abuse.

 

Roncy/Little Poland
Wednesday, March 11th, 2020 at 2:30 to 3:30 pm

Little Poland is near a huge urban park and was the sight of the first railways in the city. Aside from its funky urban shops great screen personalities and writers emerge from this unique section of Toronto…. find out who!


April Events

Virtual Tours of Toronto Neighbourhoods:

 

Little Tibet
Wednesday, April 1st, 2020 at 2:30 to 3:30 pm

Come and learn about the food delicacies and the ancient path of Tibetan Buddhism as we take a virtual stroll through centuries of art, spirituality and mindfulness in Toronto’s Little Tibet.

 

Balep Korkun” with Sean Chubbuck – AFYA Hort Therapy
Monday, April 13th, 2020 at 2:30 pm to 3:30 pm

Tibetans make numerous varieties of bread, however these tiny, chubby breads are amongst the extremely simplest to make from barley flour. Balep Korkun is also known as Monastery Bread. Since the most important crop in Tibet is barley, flour milled from roasted barley, called tsampa, is the staple food of Tibet. Barley is a crop which is able to grow at high altitudes,

 

Mills on the Lower Humber River” with John Maniezzo, Historian
Wednesday April 15th, 2020 at 1:00 to 2:00 pm

Before the days of steam engines & electricity, water mills were the main source of energy driving the development of industry. Located east of Parkdale, The Humber River proved to be the ideal location for mills and it was designated as a Canadian Heritage River in 1999.


May Events

Virtual Tours of Toronto Neighbourhoods:

 

“A Korean Barbecue”with Sean Chubbuck – AFYA Hort Therapy
Monday, May 11th, 2020 at 2:30 pm to 3:30 pm

Korean barbecue (Korean: 고기구이, gogi-gu-i, ‘meat roast’) refers to the popular method in Korean cuisine of grilling meat, typically beef, pork, or chicken. Such dishes are often prepared on gas or charcoal grills built into the dining table itself OR a chef uses a centrally displayed grill to prepare dishes to order.

 

Koreatown
Wednesday, May 20th, 2020 at 2:30 to 3:30 pm

Koreatown in the Bloor/Annex area of the city hosts an ancient civilization known for its immersion into the East. You feel like you are being transported to a place far far away along its busy streets and pecan cake shops.


June Events

Virtual Tours of Toronto Neighbourhoods:

 

“Pastél de nata” with Sean Chubbuck – AFYA Hort Therapy
Monday, June 1st, 2020 at 2:30 pm to 3:30 pm

If you’ve ever been to Little Portugal, you know that one of the greatest pastries to binge-eat there is this Portuguese egg tart: dangerously delicious, you might think that one would be enough, but the crisp, flaky crust holding a creamy custard center, blistered on top from the high heat of an oven will have you craving more!

 

Little Portugal
Wednesday, June 10th, 2020 at 2:30 to 3:30 pm

Come explore the vibrant Portuguese community from a culture which treasures the sun, surf and sand of the Atlantic Ocean and preserves this love in food and family.

 

“Flags of Portugalwith the “flagman” Bill Anderson
Thursday, June 25th, 2020 at 2:30 to 3:30 pm

This presentation examines the culture and history of Portugal. The development of the national flag traces the history from the time of the Reconquista, through the period of exploration, to the dissolution of a monarchy and the foundation of a republic. The presentation will allow you to connect what they see and hear about Portugal and their own personal experience either through heritage or by travel.


July Events

Virtual Tours of Toronto Neighbourhoods:

 

Little Manilla
Wednesday, July 15th, 2020 at 2:30 to 3:30 pm

A stroll through Little Manilla will take you deep into an appreciation for the thousands of islands that make up the Philippines. A people close to nature still celebrate this love at Earle Bales Park, Toronto’s richest forest ecosystem.

 

“Puto” with Sean Chubbuck – AFYA Hort Therapy
Monday, July 27th, 2020 at 2:30 pm to 3:30 pm

Puto are fluffy Filipino steamed rice cakes, traditionally made from slightly fermented rice dough (galapong). It is easy to whip up for a delicious merienda or as an accompaniment or to a number of savoury dishes.


August Events

Virtual Tours of Toronto Neighbourhoods:

 

Little Jamaica
Wednesday, August 12th, 2020 at 2:30 to 3:30 pm

Infectious reggae and dub music, mouth watering Jerk chicken, easy going people who work to live, not live to work, and you have Little Jamaica in a nutshell. Come explore this vibrant neighborhood together in a virtual tour.


September Events

Virtual Tours of Toronto Neighbourhoods:

 

Ukrainian Village
Wednesday, September 2nd, 2020 at 2:30 to 3:30 pm

The stunning natural scenery with its valleys and crests, clusters of specialty butchers and the possibly the best fish market in Toronto grace the Ukrainian Village along Bloor Street West. Come learn about this urban landscape.


October Events

Virtual Tours of Toronto Neighbourhoods:

 

Little Mexico
Wednesday, October 14th, 2020 at 2:30 to 3:30 pm

Toronto’s Mexican community is strong and is established from mid town to down town, with local restaurants where a smile is always in fashion, the beer is cold and the people are warm. Possibly the nicest people you can meet, come find out why!


November Events

Virtual Tours of Toronto Neighbourhoods:

 

Little India
Wednesday, November 4th, 2020 at 2:30 to 3:30 pm

Little India transports the urban virtual tourist to the Himalayas, with its flowing fabrics, year round Christmas lights, funky local cafes and famous artists. To the pulse of the Indian tabla drums come learn about the birthplace of yoga in Toronto.


December Events

Virtual Tours of Toronto Neighbourhoods:

 

Kensington Market
Wednesday, December 2nd, 2020 at 2:30 to 3:30 pm

Imagine being transported to a living hippy village, where people from every corner of the earth gather to connect, share music, food and arts, then open your eyes. Its not Nirvana, but it is close, come visit Kensington Market, the birthplace of Judaism in Toronto and now a brilliant example of what life looks like when we learn to get along.

 

“Kensington Market: City Shtetl”
Friday, December 11th, 2020 at 2:30 to 3:30 pm

Toronto writer and editor, Sherie Posesorski will entertain you with the details of her “Special to The Toronto Star”, November 23, 2019.


As space is limited please RSVP to Julie or Pam at: 416-233-0725

DONATIONS TO THE DAILY BREAD FOOD BANK ARE GREATLY APPRECIATED.

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