BOW VALLEY REGIONAL HOUSING PROGRAMS

SENIORS
LODGES

BVRH operates 2 lodges with a total of 85 supportive living residential suites in Banff & Canmore. Most lodge residents are fully independent but enjoy the services and the chance to live as part of a community of peers.

INDEPENDENT SENIORS APARTMENTS

BVRH operates 62 apartment-style suites in Banff & Canmore, providing apartment-type accommodation and community to low-income seniors.

COMMUNITY HOUSING

BVRH manages 58 townhouse & houses in Canmore that are available to qualifying households, geared to low-income households that include dependent children.

RENT SUPPLEMENT FINANCIAL SUPPORT

BVRH administers this program on behalf of the province of Alberta and provides eligible households with a supplement of up to 30% of household’s gross income.

banff

Canmore

CASCADE HOUSE

A 21-suite seniors’ lodge with Level 2 supportive services and accommodation, conveniently situated in downtown Banff.

  • 21-unit seniors’ lodge
  • Built in late 1990’s & purchased by BVRH in 2008
  • Level 2 supportive living services with 24-hour monitoring
  • Run in collaboration with AHS and their Home Care Program
  • Residents must comply with residency requirements of Parks Canada
  • Owned by BVRH
  • Subsidized by contributing municipalities and province of Alberta

BOW RIVER LODGE

A 63-suite seniors’ lodge with Level 2 supportive services and accommodation, beautiful mountain sightlines, and conveniently located in central Canmore.

  • 63-unit seniors’ lodge
  • Built in 1975, 15 additional units added in 2004
  • Level 2 supportive living services with 24-hour monitoring
  • Run in collaboration with AHS and their Home Care Program
  • Owned by province of Alberta
  • Subsidized by Town of Canmore/Banff, M.D. of Bighorn, Banff I.D. and Kananaskis I.D. as well as Alberta Lodge Assistance Program

MOUNT EDITH HOUSE

34 self-contained apartment suites for low or moderate-income independent seniors who wish to live as part of a community, surrounded by friends & peers, in beautiful Banff.

  • 34 self-contained unit complex
  • Originally constructed in 1984 and with 12 units added in 1990
  • Provides affordable rental accommodation to low/moderate income seniors
  • Owned by province of Alberta
  • Subsidized by both federal & provincial gov.
  • Residents must comply with “residency requirements of Parks Canada”

BOW RIVER HOMES

28 self-contained apartment suites for low & moderate income independent seniors who wish to live as part of a community, surrounded by friends & peers, in beautiful Canmore.

  • 28 self-contained unit complex
  • Constructed in 1977, with 16 units added in 1982
  • Provides affordable rental accommodation to low/moderate income seniors
  • Residents are fully independent but unable to afford private housing
  • Owned by province of Alberta
  • Subsidized by federal & provincial governments

COUGAR CREEK CONDOS

COUGAR CREEK HOUSES

WOODLANDS CONDOS

LARCH AREA HOUSES

  • 58-unit portfolio
  • Constructed in 1983, expanded in 1989
  • Provides subsidized rental accommodation for low-income families who cannot afford private housing
  • Owned by province of Alberta
  • Subsidized by federal & provincial governments
  • — 8 Townhouses
  • — 5 Houses
  • — 30 Townhouses
  • — 5 Houses