If you are looking to become part of the Lumsden & District Heritage Home Board of Directors or would like more information, please contact us at [email protected]

COVID-19 Update for Visitors

Effective March 9th all LTC homes will move to Open Family Presence unless otherwise directed an MHO. Open Family Presence means:


  • Family and visitors are welcome according to the preferences of the resident
  • No limits on the number of family/visitors per resident
  • No limit on the amount of family/visitors present at a time indoors or outdoors
  • Large groups can be accommodated by scheduling a time and space
  • Outings/off-site activities are allowed
  • Children supervised by an adult are welcome


Some additional reminders:


  • Upon entry, all family/visitors will self-screen using the COVID-19 Screening Questions and complete the visitor log including date, name, resident, contact phone number and time in and out
  • Family/visitors must wear a medical grade mask at all times while in the home except when in the resident’s room


The Lumsden & District Heritage Home is currently recruiting for professional nurses.

Employment at the Home could qualify an individual for the Loan Forgiveness for Nurses and Nurse Practitioners program offered by the Saskatchewan Government. For details on this program and access to up to $20,000 of loan forgiveness, please visit:

 Available Positions

Licensed Practical Nurse (CUPE)

  • Relief – multiple positions


Registered Nurse/Registered Psychiatric Nurse

  • Relief – multiple positions

 If you are interested in joining our team and making a difference in the lives of the residents, please drop your resume off at the Home, call 306-731-2247 or email us at [email protected]


Looking for an opportunity to give back to your community?

The Lumsden & District Heritage Home welcomes all volunteers. Whether you can give your time and talents on a regular basis or just want to commit the odd time, every effort improves the quality of life for the thirty full-time residents of the Home.

Volunteer opportunities can include music, painting, crafts, reading, pet therapy and outings.

For more information, contact the Heritage Home at 306-731-2247.


The Friends of the Heritage Home is a group dedicated to raising funds to support the Therapeutic Recreation Department.

If you are interested in getting involved, you can find them on Facebook!

March 2023