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Fitness Studio Hours:

Monday: 6:00am - 9:00pm

Tuesday: 6:00am - 7:15am 60 years and over; 7:15am - 9:00pm

Wednesday: 6:00am - 9:00pm

Thursday: 6:00am - 7:15am 60 years and over; 7:15am - 9:00pm

Friday: 6:00am - 6:00pm

Saturday: 8:00am - 1:45pm

Sunday: 8:00am - 1:45pm


Closed for Statutory Holidays:
August 2 - BC Day
September 6 - Labour Day
September 30 - National Day for Truth and Reconciliation
October 11 - Thanksgiving Day
November 11 - Remembrance Day
December 24 - Closed at 1:00pm
December 25 - Christmas Day
December 26 - Boxing Day
December 31 - Closed at 4:00pm
January 1, 2022 - New Years Day
April 15 - Good Friday
April 18 - Easter Monday
May 23 - Victoria Day
July 1 - Canada Day


Fitness Studio Memberships:

Adults: 19 - 59 years

Seniors: 60 years and older
Students: 12 - 18 years. Students 12 - 15 years old may access the Fitness Studio when accompanied by adult 19 years and older or during Ask A Trainer Times

Personal Training Options for Any Fitness Level

Basic Consultation:

Are you ready to start a new fitness program or need to boost your regular routine? Our qualified trainers will design your unique plan. Please complete the following forms once you have booked your session:

$59 + gst/1.5 hour session

Private & Group Sessions:

Private $39 + gst/1 hour session
Group of Two $49 + gst/1 hour session


Specialized Consultations:

Do you have special health concerns? A certified trainer will design a fitness program to fit your needs. Call the Community Centre at 250-339-2255 for more information.

$149 + gst/three -1 hour sessions


Fitness FAQs

1. I'm a fitness first timer. Do you have a trainer who can show me how to use the equipment?

Our fitness trainers, Glenn Hascarl and Marty Gates, are scheduled through the week and are available to answer your questions about training, fitness etiquette, and how to use the equipment. We also offer a self-directed fitness guide for fitness first timers that may be helpful.

2. What should I wear to the Fitness Studio?

Wear running shoes, workout shorts or pants and a loose fitting top. Bring a full water bottle and come dressed in your workout gear as currently our water fountains and changerooms are closed.

3. I have a fitness pass but I was very sick and unable to attend. Can I get a time credit applied to it?

There are occasions when passes may be extended because of medical conditions. Contact Reception for more information.

4. What does the "C" mean in front of some programs listed in the recreation guide?

The Community Centre partners with some independent fitness providers/businesses to provide recreation fitness programs. Those programs are indicated by the "C".

5. Can I bring my gym bag into the Fitness Studio? What should I do with my valuables?

The Fitness Studio would be swamped if all our visitors brought their gym bags with them. Please leave them in your car. That's the same place you should leave your valuables.

6. What about fitness etiquette?

There are some simple rules of etiquette that make sharing a fitness area enjoyable for everyone:

  • Let someone share the equipment with you; don't rest on the equipment in between sets.
  • Wipe down the equipment before and after you are done - even if you think you don't sweat! (Hint: everyone does!) Wipes are available in the Fitness Studio and Annex.
  • External Personal Trainers, Physiotherapist or Kinesiologists are not permitted to offer their services in the Fitness Studio (paid or voluntary). If you are looking for a Personal Trainer we have certified Trainers on staff that can be used. Contact the front desk for more information.
  • Leave your cell phone at home.
  • Put your equipment away using it for the next person.
  • We strive to be a fragrance free building. Sharing fitness equipment should not meaning sharing your bottle of AXE or Chanel No. 5, too. Save them for your post work out coffee stop.

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