For over 23 years, the award-winning Canadian Company Nautical Lands Group (NLG) has designed, developed, built, and operated retirement communities across Ontario. Kirk Hoppner started NLG with a goal to provide affordable seniors housing in smaller Ontario towns. NLG offers rental apartments that are built with upgraded finishes and amenities designed improve the ease of everyday life while you live in a maintenance free community.

With an internationally recognized reputation in the senior housing industry and as a global leader in senior healthcare, residential design, and construction property management, The Wellings Communities are active lifestyle communities specifically designed for adults wanting a more balanced, simplified way of life. By providing the opportunity to choose the amenities and services you pay for, Wellings is the perfect place to enjoy à la carte and independent living in a community setting.


Over the past few years, Wellings has been transforming the experience of retirement living in Ontario, wining various “Globals” awards for its adult lifestyle communities for over 55 living. With in-house development planners, designers, architects, and construction teams all working in tandem, your future home is built on time and on budget. Everyone works together to ensure resident requests and interior designs are considered at every level of the project.


At The Wellings of Corunna, your rental operates on a month-to-month lease that may be cancelled with as little as 60 days’ notice, so choosing to live at Wellings will always be your choice. With the option to add on services as needed, you always know exactly what you’re paying for every month! With more amenities and services than you will find at home, your peace of mind starts here.

Live Well At Wellings Of Corunna

Lambton County and The Wellings of Corunna offer a vibrant yet familiar sense of country living with all the conveniences you need nearby. Choose Corunna as the perfect place to relax and enjoy your retirement.

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