For up to date information on the Covid 19 Proof of Vaccination and Pre-Screening for entering City indoor recreation facilities, please visit www.thundebay.ca/recreation

Online Registration

We're moving to a new registration software and are excited to bring you an easy-to-use online registration option through PerfectMind! Registrations will also still be taken by phone at 625-8463 (hotline).

In the meantime, we invite you to create an account* to make the registration process go smoothly for you 

* Please note that if you have an existing membership with the Canada Games Complex, Volunteer Pool or Churchill Pool, are a 55 Plus program participant or have a credit on your account, an account may have already been created for you (confirmation of your account activation would have been sent via email requesting you to change your password).  However, if you are told “an account already exists” when you are creating your account for the first time but you did not receive an email from us, please click “Forgot your password?” and you will receive an email within 5 minutes to reset your password and login to your account or you may call our help lines at 625-3738 or 630-1691 to assist with setting up your account.

For more information or to register please visit our Register for an Activity page. 

 

Canada Games Complex

The Canada Games Complex offers an opportunity to participate in a variety of social, recreational, competitive, instructional and therapeutic activities. We operate a unique, accessible, multi-purpose community facility in a safe and enjoyable environment. The Complex is Thunder Bay's premier aquatic facility. For more information contact 807-684-3311.

We also have a flexible recreation swim schedule to accommodate community needs every day of the week. Take a look at the user policy for more information on swim types, age restrictions and other helpful information.

Sir Winston Churchill and Volunteer Pools

Churchill Community Pool and Volunteer Pool provide swimming opportunities for all ages. The City's Recreation & Culture Division operates these two indoor community-based swimming facilities in addition to the Canada Games Complex. These pools provide recreational public swims and structured swimming lessons. Every child deserves to learn how to swim, especially in a city surrounded by lakes! The best place to learn how to swim is in the water.

Swim programs

Read descriptions of the swim programs offered by the City at our pools. The current swimming lessons schedule can be found in the Key recreation guide. To register, contact the pool where the lessons will be held.

Outdoor pools

The City's outdoor swimming pools include Heath Park Pool and Art Widnall Pool. These pools offer public swimming and lessons, and are available for rental during their seasonal operations.

Beaches and splash pads

The City also has supervised swim areas at Boulevard Lake and Chippewa Park and has many splash pads around available around the city to help you cool off and have some water fun.

Other pools

  • Lakehead University Pool, call 807-343-8656
  • Hotel pools are located at various locations throughout the city
  • For more information, look under Swimming Pools - Public, in the Yellow Pages

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