• July 15th | Hot Tub Closed

    Sunday, July 15th | Unfortunately, we've had to close the Hot Tub until further notice due to issues with the pump. We hope to have it up and running again really soon! We'll post to our website when it reopens. Thank you for your understanding.

  • Field House Schedule Changes | July 26th-28th

    We're excited to be the host venue for the 2018 Eastern Elite Volleyball Tournament in the full Field House from 1pm on Thursday, July 26th to 5:30pm on Saturday, July 28th. The Track will be open during the tournament and fitness classes in the Field House on these dates have been moved to the Track Starting Blocks. For more information, please see our event listing. Good luck to all the teams!

  • Reminder: Summer Weekend Hours begin June 30th

    Starting Saturday, June 30th, 2018, we will be closing at 8pm on Saturdays and Sundays for the summer. This schedule change will be in effect from Saturday, June 30th through to Sunday, September 2nd. **Please note the change in time and order of the $3 swims on Sunday evenings for the summer: Male Only Swim — changing to 6pm-6:50pm and Female Only Time (Aquatics and Fitness Centre) — changing to 7pm-7:50pm.


Mainland North Joint Emergency Management (JEM) Meeting

January 16, 2018 | 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

Canada Games Centre
26 Thomas Raddall Dr.
Halifax, NS B3S 0E2

Mainland North Joint Emergency Management (JEM) Team, under the leadership of EMO, is hosting a presentation on Introduction to Comfort Centre Management. Last week’s storm activated the need for Comfort Centres across the province. Did you know that the Canada Games Centre was opened as a Comfort Centre during the storm’s recovery period? Citizens without power were able to get warm, charged their phones, and get something to eat. Are you interested in local community emergency preparedness and helping in future responses at your local Comfort Centre?

Join Chair Dave Aalders and other community volunteers on Tuesday, January 16th from 6:30pm to 8pm in the CGC Community Centre. Everyone is welcome to attend.

If you have questions, please contact Dave Aaldersat (902) 292-4003 or daalders@ns.sympatica.ca.

What is JEM?

Joint Emergency Management (JEM) is a concept developed by the Halifax Regional Municipality’s Emergency Management Office (EMO), to allow community organizations to prepare for, and respond quickly to, a wide range of emergencies. JEM teams are the community volunteers of EMO. In times of crisis, EMO may activate JEM Support Centres (JSC) to coordinate response with humanitarian agencies already engaged in the JEM coverage area. These centres are a facility where trained individuals can meet to provide local input to the Emergency Operations Centre, located in Dartmouth.


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