MacLeod Cares. It’s what we do.
With 14 locations in Atlantic Canada, MacLeod Cares is a trusted name in retirement living & senior care services. We take pride in providing safe, high-quality care while paying special attention to the little things you love. Come live or work with us now and experience the difference for yourself.
Caring is top of mind in everything we do. And, we take great pride in doing it well. Whatever the type of care and style of living you are looking for, the MacLeod Cares difference is evident:
- We are resident-focused in everything we do
- Our modern facilities provide a home-like setting
- We have caring professionals offering 24/7 care
- We do our best to incorporate the little things you love
Discover the MacLeod Cares difference. Contact one of our locations now to schedule a tour.
About The MacLeod Group
The MacLeod Group was founded in 1981 with a vision to become the recognized leader in high-quality retirement living and senior care by building on a solid foundation of family values and a sense of community. Today’s MacLeod Group still holds fast to our founder’s vision as we operate in the following divisions.
The MacLeod Group owns and operates 14 long-term care facilities and retirement living communities under the MacLeod Cares banner. The MacLeod Group also develops and manages a portfolio of commercial properties under our MacLeod Commercial Properties division.
Founder and President, MacLeod Group
- Founded MacLeod Group 1984
- BA Mount Allison University
- Community leader and philanthropist
- Directorships including
- Mount Allison University Board of Regents
- Saint Martha’s Hospital Capital Campaign
- Festival Antigonish Foundation
Supporting Your Community
The MacLeod Group is proud to support local Maritime communities and the organizations that make living better for Maritimers. These include local organizations like the Mahone Bay Volunteer Fire Department or the South Shore Community Health Centre in Capaud, PEI.
MacLeod Group proudly supports many organizations in the arts, culture, education and research sectors. Current philanthropic partnerships include: Antigonish Highland Games, Festival Antigonish, Mount Allison University, Nova Scotia Community College, St. Martha’s Hospital Foundation and the Dalhousie Medical Research Foundation.