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About the company

  • CEO
    Dr. Michael Guerriere
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    $1m to $5m (CAD)
  • Industry


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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 412 reviews and is evolving.


Licensed Practical Nurse in Vulcan, AB
on 22 April 2021
Not best management but great if you need an experience
I started to work here as HCA with no experience in nursing home/ LTC at all but staff were helpful accommodating when I need tips and query. After more than a year I passed CPNRE and got my license as LPN. The management was kind enough to hire as same and been a great experience since then. But one thing for sure which is common to most places is the shortage of staff. If need hours to work, you'll never run out on this place.
Personal Support Worker in Greater Sudbury, ON
on 31 March 2021
10/10 do not recommend
If you enjoy being stressed out, and made to feel like everything wrong in the world is your fault then this might be a good job for you. Expect staff to work overtime as they don't properly schedule. It feels like a prison for the elderly. I call it Pretend-to-care instead of Extendicare.
Nurse in Red Deer, AB
on 25 March 2021
Horrible atmosphere
Horrid company. Even if you work there 5+ years, they don't give you full time hours, so they can pay you less. No benefits what-so-ever. 1/10 rating. Management is horrible as well. Employees speak in other languages and many treat residents poorly. Higher up tells you not to report incidents and takes zero blame. Employees and the company needs to step up. Managers and CEOs need to treat employees like they matter, and give benefits and appreciation.
PSW in North York
on 13 March 2021
Terrible Management
This is an older home, but it wouldn’t be so bad if they would get rid of the current Management Team. The culture is very bad on the inside.They’re unfit to manage the place.Firstly they have no respect for any of their staff, they pretend that they care but truly not the case.They’re unfair, unprofessional, unfriendly and shows favouritism. They don’t recognize hard work. Even if staff work themselves to the grave, they will turn on you at the slightest issue followed by harsh discipline.I wouldn’t encourage anyone to work there.
PSW/Caregiver in Windsor, ON
on 17 February 2021
Working here was fun and more experienced gained to match any facility in future .Training and retraining is always on course while protection and safety of resident and staff is their priority

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How would you deal with a aggressive resident

Shared on 24 May 2019

What my strengths are, how I would organize my day

Shared on 7 January 2019

If you can come when they are short of people once in a while

Shared on 22 October 2018
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