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Deer Lodge Centre

Accessing the Centre
Please use the main entrance facing Portage Avenue to enter the building.


COVID-19 Updates

Check here daily for COVID-19 Updates related to Deer Lodge Centre.

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Updated: January 14, 2022

DLC News and Updates

Check here for centre-wide news and information.

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Updated December 31, 2021

Guidelines for Visiting at DLC

IMPORTANT UPDATE: Visitation Guidelines are changing effective January 13, 2022.

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Updated: January 11, 2022


Traditional Territories Acknowledgement

Deer Lodge Centre is located and provides health services on original lands of Anishinaabeg, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, and Dene Peoples, and on the homeland of the Métis Nation. We respect the Treaties that were made on these territories, we acknowledge harms and mistakes, and we dedicate ourselves to move forward in partnership with First Nation, Métis and Inuit people in a spirit of reconciliation and collaboration.


Further Restrictions to Visitation Effective Jan. 13, 2022

As COVID-19 outbreaks are increasing at all Health Care Facilities and at Deer Lodge Centre, it has been decided to further increase visitor restrictions. 

In an effort to reduce the spread of the virus and to protect patients, residents, staff and visitors, beginning Thursday, January 13, 2022, only visits essential to the patient or resident’s care will be allowed at this time; and visits will be restricted to a maximum of ONE fully vaccinated Essential Care Partner per patient or resident.  An Essential Care Partner is defined as those providing physical, psychological and emotional support, as deemed important by the patient.

Review DLC Visitation Guidelines…


Shop at the DLC Auxiliary Gift Shop!

Whether you are looking to buy something for a resident, patient, a family member or yourself, you will certainly find a wide variety of unique and thoughtful items to choose from. The DLC Auxiliary Gift Shop features items such as plush toys, jewelry, watches, personal accessories and clothing, greeting cards, seasonal decorations, gifts for home and garden, toiletries and snacks.

Our Gift Shop is operated by dedicated members of the Auxiliary. Proceeds from the revenues generated are donated back to the Centre to support resident and patient care.

Gift Shop hours are currently Monday – Saturday from 12:00pm – 4:00pm.


Send Well Wishes

Please send electronic notes of encouragement to your loved ones through our “Well Wishes” Program.

Send a Well Wish


Family Connect Program – Virtual Visits

Deer Lodge Centre is pleased to offer Virtual Visits for friends and family who are not able to visit in person.  Our Recreation Facilitators have been doing a great job helping our patients and residents get connected with their loved ones and are available to help you set up your visit at a time that works for everyone. 

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A note from Deer Lodge Centre Foundation

We’re happy to announce that we’ve developed a procedure for safely receiving food and treat donations for our staff! Those who wish to express their gratitude through donations of this nature can do so by checking out our Food & Hospitality Donation Policy and contacting DLC Foundation Executive Director Nicole LaTourelle in advance at nlatourelle@deerlodgefoundation.ca.

Thank you so much to everyone who has reached out to us in generosity during these unusual times. We appreciate you!


About Deer Lodge Centre

Deer Lodge Centre is a 418 bed Rehabilitation and Long Term Care facility that provides a variety of inpatient, outpatient, residential and outreach programs.

Deer Lodge Centre (DLC) as part of the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority provides health services to adults with complex needs in the areas of Rehabilitation, Chronic Care, Dementia Care, Mental Health and Bariatrics.  The programs and services offered at DLC support the needs of clients in a variety of care settings including inpatient programming, outpatient clinics and residential care.  DLC has a long and proud history of caring and an ongoing commitment to the health care needs of Canadian Forces and Veterans.

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