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The Magazine

Senior Care Canada is the only independent national trade magazine in Canada that promotes excellence in senior care and facility management.

Published quarterly, Senior Care Canada is read by the administrators, managers, directors and association and government leaders in the long-term care industry. The publication aims to entertain, inform, inspire and keep the readership up to date on the senior care industry from all regions of Canada.

Cover stories feature unique programs, visions, initiatives, or lessons learned from care facilities across Canada and aim to highlight best practices in the areas of: management, technology, maintenance, nursing, dietary, housekeeping, facility upkeep and infection control.

No one knows better the challenges and triumphs of this industry than you, our reader. That’s why Senior Care Canada wants to hear from you. We want you to share your perspective with your fellow managers and directors, whether it is a new program or service that has made an improvement in your facility or a struggle you are working your way through.

The best knowledge and ideas grow from collaboration and we look forward to cultivating these with you. More information can be found in the Writer’s Guidelines pdf. Submissions can be sent to the publisher, Kathryn Lymburner at

The Team


Kathryn Lymburner –

Kathryn has been the publisher and editor of Senior Care Canada for several years. Most of her day consists of searching for the perfect stories that are both interesting and engaging. The other half consists of her searching for the perfect coffee.

General Manager

Mary Lymburner –

With an M.Ed, Mary, a teaching veteran, is working in the publishing industry, doing everything from sales and event planning to business management and more. Her recent job is managing the staff’s flexibility by introducing yoga in the workplace.

Creative Director

Jolene Dreja –

Jolene lives by the motto “life is too short for ugly things.” She demonstrates this every day, not just in her design work for Senior Care Canada, but in her DIY home renovations, and her paintings that she claims are fine art. Her many talents can be seen on this site and the magazine.