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Canlan Ice Sports Burnaby 8 Rinks is the premier recreational ice sports facility in Metro Vancouver. Conveniently located off the Trans Canada Highway and centrally situated in the heart of the lower mainland, it’s a focal point among sports…


The Canoe Valley Recreation Centre is located at 100 Elm St., Valemount, in the beautiful Canoe Valley. The Recreation Centre is open year round. From September through April ice recreation services are provided including hockey, figure skating and…


Capital News Centre has two ice rinks, two indoor artificial turf fields with an indoor walking track, and two meeting room spaces. Additionally, Capital News Centre contains a physiotherapy clinic, a fully equipped cardio and weight fitness centre,…


The Castlegar & District Community Complex is a multi-purpose facility that houses an Arena, a 6 lane, 25 meter pool and leisure pool, whirlpool, weight room, fitness studio, meeting rooms, banquet facility, kitchen and senior centre. Adjacent…


During the spring and summer, the Centennial Arena dry floor is used for various activities—lacrosse, ball hockey, summer camps, birthday parties, trade shows, and community fundraising events.


Just a few steps from the the Naden Athletic Centre, the Wurtele Arena is a full-service ice complex popular with military and civilian members for skating, hockey and other chilly activities.


The Chetwynd & District Recreation Complex is owned by the Peace River Regional District and operated and administered through an Operations Agreement by the District of Chetwynd. Our CAO of the District of Chetwynd is responsible to ensure the…


The Regional District operates one arena with an NHL size ice surface. The facility hosts activities such as adult recreational hockey, minor hockey, figure skating, learn-to-skate programs, public shinny and public skating from September –…


Arena 2 is home to ice and non-ice recreation leagues. The Quesnel Arenas are jointly funded by the City of Quesnel and Cariboo Regional District (CRD) under the CRD’s North Cariboo Recreation and Parks function.


The West Fraser Centre is part of the Quesnel and District Arenas. The West Fraser Centre is jointly funded by the City of Quesnel and Cariboo Regional District (CRD) under the CRD’s North Cariboo Recreation and Parks function.


The historic Nelson Civic Centre has served Nelson Minor Hockey well for many years. The old building has since become the secondary ice surface since being replaced in 2005 by the adjacent Nelson and District Community Complex. Here’s a look at how…


The District of Houston is nestled in the beautiful Pleasant Valley located on the Highway 16 Transportation Corridor. Also known as the “Steelhead Capital of the World”, Houston is well known for its supreme fishing destinations, warm…



Surrey is home to world class nature reserves, digital art centres, beaches, skate parks, forests, hockey and soccer fields, galleries, museums, recreation centres and bike trails. Come explore our city.


The CN Centre (formerly Prince George Multiplex) is a 5,971-seat multi-purpose arena, in Prince George.


Home to the Trail Smoke Eaters Junior A hockey team, the Trail Memorial Centre houses two ice surfaces, a large gymnasium, racquetball and squash courts, several meeting rooms, a large scale commercial kitchen facility, the hockey Hall of Memories,…


The Sports Centre, which is wheelchair accessible, includes 2 ice arenas, a 6-lane 25-metre fitness pool, wellness centre/weight room, sauna, whirlpool, sports track and field, and meeting/multipurpose rooms. Drop-in to the Sports Centre to work out…



The planning of the arena began in 1968 and the first ice opening of the Cowichan Lake Sports Arena was December 6, 1969. A 7.6 million dollar arena renovation project began in the fall of 2009 – almost 40 years later. This project saw the…