Columbus Long Term Care Society

Since October 1990, Columbus Residence as operated as a non-profit society offering services in intermediate and complex care, dementia care, and independent housing for seniors.

Our organization continues to learn from the past, and grow in our mission of providing holistic, quality care in an environment residents can be proud to call home, and where staff and volunteers find true meaning in their work.

Individuals or families wishing to join the Columbus Long Term Care Society can do so for a annual fee. The individual fee is $25.00 per person. The family fee is $30.00 per family. Society members are eligible to vote at our Annual General Meeting. For more information or to pick up a membership application, please contact Holly Martin-Thompson: 604.321.4405 Ext. 103

Board of Directors

We are grateful to our Board of Directors (past and present) who have given so generously of their time and who work tirelessly and faithfully to provide effective, quality governance.

To contact or leave a message for our Board of Directors, please email:

Email our Board of Directors
2017/18 Board of Directors

Members of our new 2017/18 Board of Directors at the AGM held on June 28, 2017

2016/17 Board of Directors

Our 2016/17 Board of Directors with Administrator Dale Clements
(Missing from photo: Donna Trasolini and Jo-Anne Harrison)

2017/18 Board of Directors



Roger Bissoondatt
Thomas Crean
Richard Da Costa
Laura Fitzpatrick
Jo-Anne Harrison
Edwin (Ted) Hawthorne
Bob Lewko
Frank Schober

Ted Hawthorne

Columbus Long Term Care Society
Board Member Edwin (Ted) Hawthorne

Governer General of Canada Presents Board Member with Caring Canadian Award

Columbus Residence board member and friend, Ted Hawthorne was presented with the Caring Canadian Award by His Excellency the Right Honourable David Johnston, Governer General of Canada at a ceremony held on March 4, 2016.

The citation recognized that "for more than 40 years, Edwin (Ted) Hawthorne has donated his time, legal expertise, skills and energy to improving his community and the country as a whole. He has served as a director and officer of many non-profit charitable organizations including the Hatfield Society, the Chacko & Lize Simon Scholarship Trust, the BC Regiment (DCO) Charitable Trust and the Columbus Long Term Care Society".

We congratulate Ted on receiving this award and thank him for the pivotal role he has played in helping us to carry out our Mission in Catholic health care and in shaping who we are today - a thriving care home alive with hope and meaning.

Columbus LTC Society Annual Reports: 2017

Columbus Management Team

Our Management Team at AGM June 2016