DECODING DYSLEXIA – Theme for 2021 aims to inspire young people across Canada to be proud that they are #PoweredByDyslexia as well as to provide a platform for young voices to be heard. Helping to empower these voices will allow those with Dyslexia to learn how to self-advocate for their educational needs. For many kids […]
A day for education, reflection and contemplation.
Oct. 1 – Walk the Nature Trail 12 – 1, Oct. 4th Fitness Centre Open House 11 – 1, Oct. 5th, Learn about Tai Chi 2 – 3 pm in the Activity Room, Oct. 6th Join Catherine Boyle from 4 – 5 for yoga in the Activity Room, Oct. 7th – Discover or re-discover the […]
This includes the lobby or public washrooms at the Phil Sharkey Memorial Centre, in the Fitness Centre except when working out, and upon entering the arena. You do not have to wear a mask while walking on the walking track.
Effective Wednesday, Sept. 22nd 2021 all patrons entering the fitness centre must show proof of vaccination along with a government issued identification. Individuals who are unable to receive a vaccine due to a medical exemption will be required to show a Medical Certificate of Exemption signed by a healthcare provider. This is a new regulation […]
News Release Social Development 211 searchable online database now available for community and government resources 04 August 2021 FREDERICTON (GNB) – The 211 phone service has been expanded to include a new searchable online database, nb.211.ca, which provides information on community and government resources in New Brunswick. 211 is an information and referral service that connects […]