Welcome to St. Volodymyr Community

St. Volodypyr Villa St. Volodymyr is a residential complex in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan designed exclusively for the mature adult and seniors population.

Six buildings are conveniently located on a quiet cul-de-sac near major shopping malls, banks, churches, a curling rink, a bridge club, and convenient city bus service.

Residents can either rent a suite in St. Volodymyr Villa or purchase a condo-style unit through a life lease program in The Manor, The Chateau, or The Courts. Assisted living suites are available for rent in The Terrace.

Residents of St. Volodymyr enjoy a variety of on-site amenities, including a dining room, chapel, activity area, library, 5-pin bowling alley, pool table and shuffleboard, hair salon, and convenience store.

St. Volodymyr is home to approximately 350 people of varying faiths and ethnic backgrounds.

History

The Ukrainian people of Saskatchewan, together with the Government of Saskatchewan and the City of Saskatoon, began building the St. Volodymyr community in 1986 to commemorate the millennium of Ukrainian Christianity. The project was dedicated to Ukrainian pioneers who, among others, contributed so much as founders of Saskatchewan and Canada. More information about our patron saint, St. Volodymyr.

St. Volodymyr is owned and operated by St. Volodymyr Villa Corporation, a non-profit organization, under the auspices of the Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of Saskatchewan. The Corporation is governed by a 12-member Board of Directors.

The philosophy of St. Volodymyr is respect for the privacy and independence of each individual and, at the same time, offering community support. The people who live at St. Volodymyr determine the ethos and character of life within the community.

Although each building at St. Volodymyr has various amenities, all residents can take part in various activities free of charge.