News

March 1, 2024

New Vista Society Expands Services with Acquisition of White Birch Manor in Delta

February 28, 2024

Century Celebration

February 28, 2024

New Vista Society Supports Pink Shirt Day

February 27, 2024

2024 Retirement Journeys

February 22, 2024

Celebrating Years of Dedication: Honouring Our Team’s Journey

January 22, 2024

New Vista expands operations into Delta, Maple Ridge and beyond

January 18, 2024

Supporter showcase: Gratitude for generosity in action

January 15, 2024

A holiday recap: Festive fun at New Vista Society

October 15, 2019

Low Bed Fundraiser Success

Paul McDonell, in celebration of his 80th birthday, invited people to donate to our Low Beds Program. Low beds greatly reduce nighttime injuries for our residents. Thank you so much to the generous organizations and various individuals that contributed and special thanks from the New Vista Team for making Paul's Birthday Donation drive a huge success!
January 29, 2019

Construction underway for 240 new residential care-beds for seniors in Burnaby

The New Vista Society along with Raj Chouhan - MLA for Burnaby-Edmonds, Councillor Paul McDonell - City of Burnaby, Curtis Snider - Manager, Planning & Development, Residential Services and Contracts, Fraser Health Authority officially broke ground for their new care home to provide 240 residential care beds and replace their existing facility in Burnaby.
January 22, 2019

Province announces $4 mil in extra care-aide hours for Burnaby seniors

Seniors in residential care in Burnaby are going to get more help with day-to-day activities thanks to a nearly $4 million increase in care-aide funding for local care homes this year. Health Minister Adrian Dix and Burnaby-Deer Lake MLA Anne Kang, the parliamentary secretary for seniors, were at New Vista care home in Burnaby Tuesday morning to announce the funding.
November 9, 2018

Burnaby care home receives provincial funding for new equipment

Burnaby’s New Vista Society is one of 88 care homes across British Columbia to receive funding to purchase new safety equipment, as part of the Seniors Safety and Quality Improvement Program (or SSQIP, pronounced “SKWIP”) initiative. New Vista Society received $85,517 of the total $2.6 million in provincial funding announced by Minister of Health Adrian Dix during an August 10 event in Vancouver.