News & Events


Senior Active Living Centre Programs

A select list of programs will be conducted and attended through Zoom interactive sessions or in-person. For Zoom events, residents will be able to join either by computer/tablet etc or by calling in via a phone. This hybrid format allows extra flexibility to those participating and hosting the sessions.

If you are interested in participating in our SCOC Virtual or in-person programs, please contact Celina or Allison to borrow a Tablet or for help to join the ZOOM programs. or phone 416-757-8757, ext. 250.


This week's events

MTG: Meeting Room,  CR: Craft Room,  Zoom: Virtual Program,  LB: Library

Sun, Apr 30

7 p.m.Weekly Church Service - MTG/Zoom

Mon, May 1

 10:30 a.m. Easy Chair Exercise - MTG/Zoom
 1 p.m. Chimers - MTG/ZOOM
 3 p.m. Number Bingo - MTG/Zoom
 7 p.m. Euchre - MTG
 7 p.m. Table Tennis - MTG

Tue, May 2

10:30 a.m. Standing Vigorous Exercise - MTG/Zoom
1 p.m. Horticultural Group - MTG
7 p.m. Table Tennis - MTG

Wed, May 3

10 a.m. - 3 p.m. Quilting Group - CR
10:30 a.m. Easy Chair Exercise - MTG/Zoom
1:30 p.m. Shuffleboard - MTG
7 p.m. Table Tennis - CR

Thu, May 4

10:30 a.m. Standing Vigorous Exercise - MTG/Zoom
1 - 3 p.m. Phyllis Farewell - Tea Room
1:30 p.m. Spa, Nails & Massage - MTG
3 p.m. Bible Study - CR/Zoom
7 p.m. Table Tennis - MTG

Fri, May 5

 10:30 a.m. Easy Chair Exercise - MTG/Zoom
 1 p.m. Man called Otto Movie Part 1 - MTG
 3 p.m. Number Bingo - MTG/Zoom
 7 p.m. Crokinole - MTG
Cinco de Mayo

Sat, May 6

10:30 a.m. Easy Chair Exercise - MTG/Zoom
2 p.m. Dance Party - MTG

Long Term Care 2023 events

If you are interested in participating in our LTC Activities, please contact or phone 416-757-8757, ext. 250.

Join us for a variety of exercises, activities and entertainment. We also offer 1:1 visits every day at 1 p.m., except for Tuesdays at 3:30 p.m. 


SCOC Annual General Meeting (AGM)

Membership fee for the year 2020-21 is $10.00. Please contact Claudia Gomez through email,
or call 416-757-8757.

Please complete the membership form and return it to Claudia Gómez. Your signature on this form will signify that you continue to agree with the Vision, Mission and Values of SCOC.

We greatly appreciate your continued support and look forward to seeing you at the next Annual General Meeting.

Residents sitting at the general meeting conference

Becoming a voting member

The Board and staff of SCOC invites you to join in the life of the community by becoming a voting member.

Membership is available to anyone who:

  • Isn’t a lifetime member
  • Completes this application
  • Your signature denotes that you are committed to support, identify with, agree to, and promote the Vision, Mission, and Values of SCOC.
  • Pays the annual $10 membership fee.
  • Is approved by the Board of Directors.

Membership benefits:

  • Awareness of current issues in long-term care, affordable housing, programs and services provided by SCOC through newsletters.
  • Personal involvement in meeting the needs of senior citizens in the community.
  • Through voting at member meetings, you have the opportunity to influence decision-making in the provision of care and services provided by SCOC.
  • Knowledge of the goals and plans for the future development of SCOC.
  • The rewards of helping SCOC to enhance the quality of life for seniors and families.


Free Computer Classes

Photo of the computer classes setup
Classes are offered every Monday. You will learn how to navigate through some of the most popular online applications such as Google Maps, GMail, and Facebook.
  • 2:00 - 3:00 p.m. - Group Class
  • 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. - One-on-One Class

(1:1 ratio of student to assistant, students are assigned with an assistant or friend.)

Please Register at Reception Desk or call 416-757-8757

Volunteers Needed!

Calling all seniors-students to volunteer to assist.

If you are interested in volunteering to assist, please contact our volunteer coordinator at extension 245.