Seniors Housing

Affordable, appropriate housing for MD seniors.

The MD is a member municipality of the Lesser Slave lake Region Housing Authority (LSLRHA); an organization that works to provide residents of the region with access to affordable, appropriate and safe housing to help improve the ability of seniors in the community to live healthy and active lives. 

In addition to the member municipalities, the LSLRHA is governed by the Royal Canadian Legion #110 - Slave Lake Branch, and the Metis Nation of Alberta Region 5.

LSLRHA houses more than 650 individuals in 335 units, staffed by more than 35 full and part-time workers who are directly employed in various capacities; administration, management, maintenance and direct service personnel.

LSLHRA Programs

Senior Self-Contained Apartments (24 Units)

20 units in Lakeside Legion Manor in Slave Lake, and 4 units Evergreen Apartments in Smith

The Provincial Government owns senior self-contained apartments and deficit funds LSLRHA to operate the units within the Alberta Housing Act. This program is targeted to independent seniors over 65 years of age. Prospective clients are required to submit applications, and each client is point-scored according to Province-wide approved regulations. Eligible clients are then placed on a waiting list until a suitable unit becomes available. Units are individual one-bedroom suites, and include a fridge, stove and full bathroom. Clients are required to pay 30% of their gross income to a maximum of market rent. Heat, water and sewer are included in the rent charges.

T 780.849.4505

Other Seniors Housing Facilities

Homeland Housing - Pembina Lodge in Westlock

Pembina Lodge has 68 lodge units ranging in size from 200-400 square feet. Each private room includes a bed/sitting area and a separate 3 piece bathroom. Residents can bring their own furniture (some conditions apply). The lodge offers a spacious common area, assisted tub/shower facilities, cable television, wheelchair accessibility, laundry services, a central dining room, housekeeping service once per week, meal service, employees on duty 24 hours, and a beautifully landscaped yard with paved sidewalks.

Pembina Lodge opened in 1960 and originally accommodated fifty residents who shared bathroom facilities. A cottage unit to house four couples was built in 1970, which contained kitchen facilities and a central laundry facility. In 1972, a lodge addition was completed to accommodate ten more residents. By 1976, the demand was increasing for more rooms. Sixteen single rooms, a larger lounge area and considerable renovations (which included bathroom facilities for each resident) took place. Another eighteen-month renovation/construction project started in May 1992. The existing building was modernized and a twenty suite, two-storey wing was added on to the building. The new lodge also enables access to the Seniors Drop-in Center and the Westlock downtown area nearby.

10247 – 104 Street, Westlock AB T7P 1V4
T 780.349.3600 ext. 233
F 780.349.4335


Welcome to Lesser Slave River

Just a few hours due north of Edmonton lies the remarkable region of Lesser Slave River. From breathtaking expanses of boreal forest and unspoiled natural wonders to a thriving economy and genuine work/life balance, opportunities abound.

Here you'll discover a place of rugged beauty. A place of real people. A place you'll never want to leave.

Reeve Murray Kerik
Municipal District of Lesser Slave River no. 124

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