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Eamer Court

Eamer Court is a two-story building with 100 suites.  It is located on Taylor Street in the Nutana neighbourhood of Saskatoon and is close to parks and shopping.

Some areas of the building are wheelchair accessible and some street-level parking is available.  There is a centralized laundry, an outdoor courtyard for group activities and a lounge with a television, computers, and a small kitchen available for social gatherings.

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  • Water

  • Heat

  • Electricity

Not Included:​

  • Telephone

  • Cable TV

  • $2.80 is charged per month for recycling

  • A meal program is available at a cost

  • Limited number of electrified parking stalls are available for a fee


New Tenants are required to pay the equivalent of one month's rent as a damage deposit before moving in.​

About Rental


  • Social Club

  • On-site tenant services coordinator

  • Resident custodian.

  • A bus stop is nearby.

  • Activity area and lounge.

Fee for Service

  • Hairdressing/barber services.

  • Two meals per day are available in nearby Stensrud Lodge


Applicants must be at least 55 years of age and able to live independently.

If you are interested in becoming a tenant, please contact Greg or Darcie.

Court application forms

There is also an Apply Today form at the bottom of this page.

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Or Download our form to apply to live in your new home at Eamer Court


On behalf of our Residents, Board of Directors, Management, Staff of Jubilee Residences, I want to recognize and acknowledge the successful nomination of the staff of Stensrud Lodge for the McClure Golden Heart award.  The nomination letter describes why you are so deserving of the award and recognition: "The staff at Stensrud Lodge are extra attentive, they show a sincere affection and consideration of our Mother as a human being; they truly care if she is happy or has concerns.  they are attentive to her individual needs and truly care if she is content with something that she is going to consume, a social game like bingo, or something more medical, like requiring a treatment for a medical issue.  They are very proactive, not reactive.  Being a senior is a very vulnerable position and it is so reassuring as her children to this care centre.  We truly appreciate this set of staff....." Commitment like yours really contributes to Jubilee Residences being a "caring community" and "A Great Place to Live, A Great Place to Work".  Thank you for your energy, your steadfast attendance to your duties, and for your kindness. Your efforts have a powerful and lasting impact upon our Jubilee Residences residents and our Jubilee community.

—  Robert (Bob) Cowan,

Board Chair

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