Where We Began

Please browse through our history and successes highlighted below

1963

Leduc Foundation was established under a Provincial Ministerial Order by the Province of Alberta.

Planeview Manor - Leduc (32 rooms) - built by the Province and opened with 14 private and 18 semi-private rooms, all with ensuite sink/toilet. The Matron lived on site until 1981. The Foundation was registered as the owners and held title.

1976

Cloverleaf Manor - Warburg (41 rooms) - built by the Province and opened with 38 private rooms with ensuite sink/toilet and 3 double rooms with ensuite bathing. The Matron lived on site until 1982. The Province was registered as the owners.

1983

Cloverleaf Manor - Warburg - 18 room addition (59 rooms) - built by the Province, an additional eighteen rooms (18) with ensuite bathing were added.

Planeview Manor – Leduc - part of the original site was sold to the Province for a new seniors’ apartment building, West Grove Apartments. Proceeds of the sale were invested by the Foundation.

West Grove Apartments – Leduc (50 suites) – built by the Province, a seniors’ apartment building built adjacent to Planeview Manor was opened, the building is managed by the Foundation under a Management Agreement with the Province.

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1984

Happy Haven Apartments – Thorsby (16 suites) - management of the seniors apartment building was transferred to the Foundation under a Management Agreement with the Province

1985

Planeview Manor - Leduc - 22 room addition (54 rooms) - built by the Province, an additional twenty-two rooms with ensuite bathing were added. Original semi-private rooms converted to private rooms. Title retained by the Foundation.

1989

Planeview Manor – Leduc - Recreation Complex – a recreation complex was added to Planeview Manor, built by the Foundation with the proceeds from the sale of the land to the Province in 1983.

1992

Cloverleaf Manor – Warburg - 1 room addition (60 rooms) - created out of the bedroom and bathroom from the original Matron’s suite.

1994

Beauregard Manoir -  Beaumont (12 suites) - management of seniors apartment building transferred to the Foundation under a Management Agreement with the Province.

Administration Office – Leduc -  moved out of Planeview Manor into leased office space south of the lodge.

Planeview Manor – Leduc - 1 room addition (55 rooms) - created out of the space made available by the relocation of the Administration office.

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1995

Goldring Manor – Devon (24 suites) – seniors’ apartment building,
Sunset Apartments – Calmar (16 suites) – seniors’ apartment building,
Northern Lights Apartments – Calmar (8 suites) – seniors’ apartment building,
Sunset Manor, New Sarepta (4-plex) – seniors’ building.

Management of the above 4 buildings was transferred to the Foundation under an addendum to the Management Agreement.

Leduc Community Housing – Leduc (42 unit townhouse project and 1 single family home) - The Foundation entered into a property management agreement with Leduc Housing Authority.

1996

Leduc Foundation established as a Management Body through a Ministerial Order under the Alberta Housing Act, R.S.A. 1994.
Leduc Community Housing
- management transferred to the Foundation.

Calmar Community Housing - 14 single family homes - management transferred to the Foundation.

1998

Goldage Apartments, Leduc, 40 suites - management of this seniors’ apartment building was transferred to the Foundation.

Planeview Manor, Lodge Up-grade & 19-room addition (74 rooms) - the Foundation funded the 19-room addition in conjunction with the Provincial government’s up-grade of the lodge. The Foundation funded the enlargement of the 14 original private rooms and added bathtubs to all 32 original rooms. Title to the lodge was retained by the Foundation.

2000

Cloverleaf Manor, Lodge Up-grade - the Foundation funded the installation of bathtubs to 38 of the 60 rooms that had been without bathtubs, as well as an expansion of the dining room and staff room, in conjunction with the Province’s Lodge Up-grade Program.

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2004

Planeview Place, Supportive Housing (121 rooms) - the Foundation opened the 47-unit (28 1-bedroom suites, 19 lodge rooms) addition to the Planeview Manor – West Grove Apartment site. Cost: $4.9M, $2.1M HAPI grant provided by the Provincial Government.

2006

Transfer of title of 5 single family homes to Leduc Foundation from AB Housing.

2007

Calmar Community Housing - five single family homes sold with proceeds to be used for Affordable Housing within the region.

Administration Office building (5118 – 50 Avenue) - Purchased and inherited commercial tenant.

The Willows, 24 suites of Affordable Housing – Foundation became the Property Manager for the City of Leduc.

Direct to Tenant Rent Supplement Program initiated.

Leduc-Beaumont-Devon Regional Affordable Housing Plan developed.

2008

Leduc-Beaumont-Devon Regional Affordable Housing Plan:

  • $1.6M Municipal Block Funding from City of Leduc, Town of Beaumont, and Town of Devon
  • $6.8M Affordable Housing Grant from AB Municipal Affairs & Housing
  • Yule Meadows Manor Apartments, 20 suites purchased for $2.6M.
  • Title of remaining 10 Calmar single family homes received from AB Housing & Urban Affairs.
  • Two Single Family Homes sold – proceeds to be used for Affordable Housing within the region.
  • Title of Beauregard Manoir & surrounding land received from AB Housing & Urban Affairs.
  • Construction of Beaumont Affordable Housing Project (35 suites) began in June.

2009

Leduc-Beaumont-Devon Regional Affordable Housing Plan:

  • One Single Family Home sold - proceeds to be used for Affordable Housing
  • $1.5M Municipal Block Funding from City of Leduc, Town of Beaumont, and Town of Devon
  • $2.9M Affordable Housing Grant from AB Housing & Urban Affairs
  • Villa Beauregard, Beaumont, ($8 M) 35 suites of affordable housing opened October 15th.
  • $3.5M Mortgage secured through Leduc County

68 Additional Direct to Tenant Rent Supplement clients received.

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2010

Leduc-Beaumont-Devon Regional Affordable Housing Plan:

  • One Single Family Home sold - proceeds to be used for Affordable Housing
  • $1.54M Municipal Block Funding from City of Leduc, Town of Beaumont, and Town of Devon
  • $1.58M Affordable Housing Grant from AB Housing & Urban Affairs
  • Construction of Leduc Affordable Housing Project (2 x 12 suites) began in June.

Administration Office:

  • expanded and renovated ($675,000) re-opened December 15, 2010.

The Willows - Title transferred from the City of Leduc July 1.

Planeview Place - $1.9M mortgage retired August 19, 2010.

Supportive Living Supplement Program - 15 designations provided in the Town of Devon and the Town of Beaumont.

2011

Leduc-Beaumont-Devon Regional Affordable Housing Plan completed:

  • Two Single Family Home sold - proceeds to be used for Affordable Housing
  • Maddison Manor, Devon, 28 suites of Affordable Housing opens February 1, 2011.
  • Leduc Terrace & Connect Crossing, 2 - 12 suite buildings open in August and September, 2011 respectively.

Calmar Affordable Housing Plan:

  • $1.2M Affordable Housing Grant from AB Housing & Urban Affairs

2012

Calmar Affordable Housing Plan:

  • Construction of Calmar Affordable Housing Project (8 suites) begins with occupancy excpected for March 1, 2013.

Leduc-Beaumont-Devon Regional Affordable Housing Plan extended to include:

  • Two Single Family Home sold - proceeds to be used for Affordable Housing
  • Contribution to Habitat for Humanity homes in each of the City of Leduc, Town of Beaumont and Town of Devon.
  • New Build planned for the City of Leduc.

2013

Leduc-Beaumont-Devon Regional Affordable Housing Plan Extension

  • Two Single Family Home sold - proceeds to be used for Affordable Housing
  • Purchased Gaetz property.

Calmar Affordable Housing Plan completed:

  • Shkola Suites, Calmar, ($2.35 M) 8 suites of affordable housing opened in the fall.

2014

Leduc-Beaumont-Devon Regional Affordable Housing Plan Extension

  • Last of original 14 single family homes sold - proceeds to be used for affordable housing.

Gaetz Landing:

  • Construction began on a mixed use building with occupancy expected for August 2015.

2015

Gaetz Landing:

  • Gaetz Landing, Leduc, AB, 14 suites of affordable housing opened in August 2015. In a unique partnership, Gaetz Landing was built with the support of Habitat for Humanity Edmonton.