Children under the age of seven must be supervised in the water and within arm's reach of a responsible individual 14 years or older.
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Yes. Call the Aquatic Centre at 780.672.9909 to book a private lesson.
The Aquatic Centre rents lifejackets for $1. To receive a lifejacket, pay at the front desk and get a stamp. The lifeguard on deck will then provide a life jacket.
Locks are available at the front desk for $0.50 rental fee. You are permitted to bring your own lock to use while you swim, but personal locks must be removed daily.
The Aquatic Centre has three different party packs to choose from. Each pack includes one hour of swimming and one hour in a facility room. Click here for more information.
We have a salt system called a Lectranator. In this process, salt is added to the pool water, but chlorine is still produced, so the answer is yes to both.
The hot tub is kept at 39.5 degrees Celsius.
The main pool is kept at 29.5 degrees Celsius.
According to public health regulations, a public hot tub cannot be maintained above 40 degrees Celsius.
Due to health regulations, a main pool should be maintained under 30 degrees Celsius. If our wading pool was separate from the main pool, we would be able to increase its temperature. Also, we can’t make the pool warmer than 29.5 degrees is because we need to find a happy medium for both the young children and the lane swimmers (who would have a difficult time working out in warmer water).