phys·i·cal lit·er·a·cy noun : Physical literacy is the motivation, confidence, physical competence, knowledge and understanding to value and take responsibility for engagement in physical activities for life.

At the Canada Games Centre, we strive to provide the best programs and services possible to improve physical literacy for all – from the very young to the young at heart.

Following the Sport for Life (S4L)’s guidelines for physical literacy, we continue to add and improve programming every season.

Nordic Pole Workshop NEW!

1 day | May 27th
Saturday, 11am-12pm
Members Free, Non-Members $8 (plus tax)
Online registration code 00071990
Location: Track

Nordic Pole Walking has been shown to help you get much more out of your workout than regular walking. It is also easier on the body than regular walking (or jogging), because when used correctly, the poles can take pressure off your knees, hips and ankles. You will also be shown exercises that will greatly increase your stamina, and muscle strength, to decrease risk of injury. Nordic poles provided.

Spring 2023 Program Guide Now Online!

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Spring programs began as of April 3rd. Registration for these programs remains opens until the second week of the program, provided space is available.

2023 Summer Camps & Programs Guide Now Online!

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Summer 2023 Registration Dates

Online | March 21st, beginning at 8:00am
In-Person | March 23rd, beginning at 8:00am

Online | March 28th, beginning at 8:00am
In-Person | March 30th, beginning at 8:00am