Welcome to the McClure Place Community

McClure Place, which includes the Tower, and Amy McClure House are operated by the non-profit McClure Place Association Inc. While the Association oversees day-to-day operation of both facilities, McClure is more than the buildings – it is the people.

The Tower and Amy’s House are both outreach projects of McClure United Church.The church is connected physically, spiritually and socially through community and service. The whole community benefits from this harmony.

McClure Place Foundation is the fundraising arm of the Association. It is a non-profit, charitable organization dedicated to enriching seniors’ lives.

What Sets McClure apart?

  • Strong sense of community
  • Connection between McClure Place, Amy McClure House and McClure United Church
  • Ability for residents to age-in-place
  • Onsite recreation and health services
  • Nearby leisure and sports facilities
  • Affordable living


Please consider deferring visitors. If you have a family member that has any respiratory or gastric symptoms such as a common cold, diarrhea or vomiting – delay their visit.
Ask yourself if you need to be out and about or if you can stay home.
If you have travelled outside the province within the last 14 days or have flu-like symptoms do not visit long term care facilities.
We are asking families to remember that seniors and long term residents are higher at-risk groups for illnesses, especially COVID-19