Prince of Peace

Prince of Peace Manor and Harbour

Enjoy stunning prairie and mountain views while strolling over 5 kilometres of pathways that surround the property’s two lakes, marsh and Aspen tree groves.

Welcome to Prince of Peace Retirement Community: Alberta’s idyllic spot for inspired senior living.

Our resident-centric philosophy infuses every lifestyle option, from Independent Living to Memory Care with customizable personalized care services that allow you to age gracefully in place. Our services and amenities are designed to support your through life’s changes in a safe and comfortable community.

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Prince of Peace Manor consists of 129 independent & assisted rental suites, with various studio and one-bedroom options available.

Independent & Assisted Living is the ideal option for those looking to downsize or move into a community of like-minded individuals, with health care services available to you as your needs change. Care services can be coordinated and residents can access on-site amenities like hair salon, tuck shop, pharmacy services.


  • Three chef-inspired meals daily plus snacks & refreshments
  • Specialized wellness programs & recreational bus outings
  • Access to support services as required
  • Resident wellness checks (e.g. unexplained absence at lunch or dinner)
  • Weekly housekeeping services
  • Emergency response pendant
  • Professional on-site management
  • 24-hour security monitoring service
  • In-house access to pharmacy services

Location & Site Features

  • Main dining room, Banquet room and Private dining room
  • Outdoor terrace
  • Two fireside bistros
  • Fitness room
  • Library, Billiards room, and Recreation lounge with piano
  • Christian Services
  • Guest suites
  • Beauty salon
  • Tuck shop/Pharmacy


Shepherd’s Care Foundation is a faith-based, not-for-profit organization providing quality care and accommodations to more than 1,800 seniors