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Our History

Meridian Foundation was established in 1960 in Stony Plain, Alberta when local municipalities entered into a collaborative partnership to provide housing for seniors 65 and older.
Currently, these municipalities include: the City of Spruce Grove, the Town of Stony Plain, Parkland County and the Village of Wabamun. In 1995, Meridian Foundation was established as a “Housing Management Body” by Ministerial Order under the Alberta Housing Act and became a registered charity.

1960      Owns and operates the Meridian Lodge
1980      Alberta Rose Manor was added to the portfolio with 20 independent living units
1984      Diamond Jubilee Manor was added to the portfolio with 45 independent living units
1990      Meridian Pioneer Manor was opened with an additional 36 independent living units
1990      A 57-unit lodge was built, Whispering Waters Manor, and the old Meridian Lodge was demolished
1992      Spruce Haven Manor was added to the portfolio with 30 independent living units
2007      Forest Ridge Place, a 42-unit independent living lodge, was added to Whispering Waters Manor
2011      Foster Manor in the Village of Wabamun was added, consisting of four independent living units
2015      Parkview Manor was added to the portfolio with six affordable living units

Our Mission Statement

To provide and manage independent, supportive and affordable housing to seniors, individuals and families thereby creating an inclusive community.

Our Vision

Inclusive communities that provide a safe and secure home for all.

Our Values

The Meridian Foundation values:
> Community
> Quality Care
> Safe Environment
> Integrity
> Compassion

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