Good Afternoon,


Selkirk Seniors Village remains COVID-19 Free! Please know that should the status of our community change in any respect, we will immediately inform all residents and tenant’s families or primary contact.


We are thrilled to have had our second vaccine clinic this past Friday. Please know that having both doses of the vaccine will not change the visiting protocols or other guidelines. We follow the directions given to us by the MHO and VIHA.


Did you know it is Nurses Week this week? We celebrated all our dedicated, tireless nurses with pizza, cake, and cookies throughout the week. It’s just a little token of appreciation for all the countless hours of care they provide. From the bottom of our hearts, THANK YOU!


All social visits will be booked in advanced through our social visitation line 250-940-1028 ext. 1125 or via the social visitation email Selkirk-familyvisits@retirementconcepts.com . All visitors will be signed in and screened in the front lobby prior to seeing their loved one. When booking your visit, please ask about parking instructions and where to enter the building. Do not visit if you are feeling unwell, please call and reschedule your visit at ext. 1125.

The Recreation team are still facilitating FaceTime and Skype to the best of their abilities, while also completing their other duties. Please note that these are the only two platforms we are able to use.  Please reach out to Brian DelRaye-Recreation manager and his team by e-mail at bdelraye@retirementconcepts.com or Selkirk-recreation@retirementconcepts.com, or call to set up a schedule (Brian- 250-940-1028 x1102; Rec Office- 250-940-1028 x1120).  They will be happy to confirm a date and time to connect you with your loved-one.




Thank You


I return with a few more pun-demic jokes to hopefully cause a chuckle.  We all could use some more laughter lately.


Why do they call it the novel coronavirus?   It’s a long story


COVID spelt backwards is DIVOC- and what the DIVOC is going on?!


My doctor said one glass of wine in the evening is good for your health, but how many should I have in the morning?