Our Mission is to serve the Elderly community

Harbourview Lodge has a Board of dedicated individuals committed to the comfort and quality of care we deliver. With competent Members taken both from within the community and outside of Sheet Harbour, they offer insight and perspectives that help us continue to set the standard for Elder care. Click on the photos below to meet our Members and get in touch. We have also made other documents available here that may be of interest in what our Board is involved with.

Our Board

Click on one of our Board Members to view their profiles.


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Annual Report here... click here.

Harbourview Lodge

Named originally in 1975 in honour of Dr. Duncan MacMillan, the than new Home was called Duncan MacMillan Nursing Home.

Previous to opening our new Home in 2011, following a focus group discussion with various stakeholders, we took on, “as part of doing business as”, the name Harbourview Lodge. The Harbour being central to the community representing the fishing and forestry industries. The “Lodge” representative of our First Nations culture and a “place” where the community comes together. We retain both names as one way of preserving our heritage while we also reflect our movement forward and the whole community that we serve.

As persons we are all the product of the journey thus far.. so it is with our new Home. To further enshrine our gratitude and respect to Dr. MacMillan, when the new home opened in December 2011, we name the Rehabilitation Room in his honour, the MacMillan Room.