Canada Games Pool and Centennial Community Centre Redevelopment


Strategy Priority #1: Community Livability & Social Equity

Strategy Priority #6: Catalyst Project


The Canada Games Pool and the Centennial Community Centre were constructed in 1972 and 1967, respectively.  Many of the facilities’ building systems and components are approaching, or at, the end of their normal service life and the facilities are reaching a point of functional obsolescence.

The proposed CCC/CGP Redevelopment project envisions a renewed or newly constructed integrated facility that provides opportunities for aquatics, health and fitness programs and services, and community to support the recreational and competitive aspiration of local residents, employees of local business and visitors to the community.


Public engagement to gather input and feedback on the proposed program or the future facilities that was identified through the Feasibility Study occurred January – April, 2018. An analysis of the results of the feedback has been completed, and a report on the outcome was presented to Council. Subsequent to the public engagement, technical studies have commenced and an RFP for a design team which will develop the detailed design has been issued. Council has directed staff to pursue two design options. The first is the community recreation facility developed initially through the community engagement process and the second includes an enhanced competition hosting capability.