Due to the rising case counts in Winnipeg, we have made the difficult decision to delay the start of our
Winter Swimming Program until January 24th.
We appreciate your understanding during this difficult and uncertain time. Thank you for your ongoing support.

Contact Sydney at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for any questions or concerns. 

Thank you! 

New tiles are installed, the lighting has been upgraded, the pool base and walls are freshly painted, a new pool system is installed and the inspections are complete!! 

We are very happy to announce that the Aquatics area
will open on Monday November 15th at 6:30 am!! 

THANK YOU for your patience and loyalty throughout all of the Aquatics construction and renovation. We really think that the wait was worth it! 
In order to use the pool facility, members must book online up to 3 days in advance.
Members may book 30-minute time slots up to a maximum of 2 consecutive slots.
You can book by contacting the Front Desk.

630am - 12pm
Lane swim only
Maximum of 4 members. 1 per lane.

12pm - 5pm
Family swim only
Maximum of 10 people

5pm - 9pm 
Maximum 2 lane swimmers
Maximum of 6 for family swim.

730am - 11am
Lane swim only
Maximum of 4 members. 1 per lane

11am - 8pm 
Family swim only
Maximum of 10 people

Painting to the pool walls and base is complete.
The paint needs 5-7 days to cure, during this curing time, the remainder of the final tile work will take place and we expect to begin to fill the pool on Friday November 5th or Monday November 8th. In order to expediate the water filling and treatment time, we will filling the pool using water trucks. This water from the trucks will be cleaner, therefore will require a shorter treatment time, and will also reduce our filling time by up to 3 days!

Balancing of the water will occur the week of November 8th and inspections conducted, with the goal to have the pool re-open no later than November 15th.
Please stay tuned for any changes. 

We understand that parents need to relax, but when your children are in and around the water, it's time to be alert! As a general rule of thumb, a parent should be within arm's reach of a young child at all times. This rule is true whether they're swimming in a pool, lake, ocean or even the bathtub. Parents of older children should stay close and keep eyes on their children at all times. Even ones who are strong swimmers need supervision because they're prone to trying out new tricks, flips and dives!

The best way to remain vigilant when your children are swimming is to put your phone away, and simply enjoy hanging out with each other! If other adults are present, you can take turns watching the pool, so everyone gets an equal chance to relax. Working together to protect your children is the best way to prevent an accident.

If you are swimming in a home pool, body of water, or any swimming space that is not patrolled by lifeguards, it is best to have a buddy present! No matter how strong of a swimmer you are, you can never be too careful. It's best to be prepared for the worst case scenario!