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					Sp ring 2011
Thunder Bay’s Guide to Community Programs and Services
WATCH FOR THE SUMMER ISSUE OF THE KEY...
  COMING TO YOUR HOME THE WEEK OF
            MAY 13, 2011!




                                                                                                                                    www.csdcab.on.ca
                                           Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-3
                                                                      THUNDER BAY CATHOLIC
                                                                      DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD                                         www.tbcdsb.on.ca
                                           Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-10

                                                          LAKEHEAD PUBLIC SCHOOLS                                          www.lakeheadschools.ca

                                           Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11-20
                                                                                                                               www.lakeheadu.ca
                                                                                                                        www.athletics.lakeheadu.ca

                                           Index .......................................................................................................22
                                           Admission & Registration..........................................................................23
                                           Distributed Learning Programs/Courses....................................................25
                                           Additional Qualifications...........................................................................45
                                           On Campus Courses ..................................................................................38
                                           Athletics ...................................................................................................48
                                                                                                                          www.confederationc.on.ca
                                                                                                                            www.fitnesscentre.com

                                           Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
                                           Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51
                                           Fitness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .78
                                           Registration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .79

                                                                                                                               www.thunderbay.ca
                                                                                                                         www.prokidsthunderbay.ca
                                           COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT
                                           Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .81
                                           Registration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .82
                                           Recreation & Culture Division . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .83-129
                                             Golf Thunder Bay . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .99-101
                                             Parks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .106-107
                                             55 Plus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .108-117
                                             Community Centres . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .118-129
                                           Aquatics & Wellness Division
                                             Canada Games Complex . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .130-143
                                                                                                                           www.gamescomplex.com
                                             Community Fitness & Wellness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .144-146
                                             Community Aquatics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .147-153
                                                                 COMMUNITY GROUPS                                        www.thunderbay.ca/thekey


                                           Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .154
                                           Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .155-191
                                           Community Groups Contact Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .192



      Visit us on the web at                          Thunder Bay’s Waterfront
                                                                             It’s Happening!
   www.ThunderBay.ca/thekey                                     Visit www.thunderbay.ca/waterfront
                                                                        to stay up to date
www.csdcab.on.ca
                   Programs         Du nouveau pour les élèves de 7e et 8e années à partir de septembre 2011


                              Des ateliers de construction et de fabrication
                                                                À compter de la prochaine année scolaire, les
                                                                élèves de 7e et 8e années de l’ÉSC de La Vérendrye
                                                                auront accès de façon régulière aux ateliers de
                                                                construction et de fabrication.

                                                                Cette initiative s’inscrit dans le cadre du cours de
                                                                sciences et de technologie et apportera aux élèves
                                                                une connaissance de base des métiers de soudure
                                                                et de menuiserie.

                                                                Grâce à cette initiative, les élèves auront accès à
                                                                des ateliers de construction et de fabrication des
                                                                plus modernes et travailleront avec des enseignants
                                                                spécialisés du secondaire.



                                              École secondaire catholique de La Vérendrye
                                              175, rue High N. Thunder Bay, ON, Tél. 344-8866
                                              Denis Malette, directeur



                                                a          e a             e
                                               Ma passerelle à la maternelle
                                                Le Centre Grandir en français en collaboration avec l’école
                                                catholique Franco-Supérieur est fier de vous offrir le programme
                                                Ma passerelle à la maternelle afin de faciliter la transition de votre
                                                enfant à l’école.

                                                Thèmes présentés :
                                                    J’aime mon sac à dos
                                                    et ma boîte à dîner
                                                    J’ai de nouveaux amis
                                                    Raconte-moi une histoire!
                                                    Je prends l’autobus



                              Quand :             du 9 mai au 4 juin 2011
                              Fréquence :         deux demi-journées par semaine
                              Où :                au Centre Grandir en Français
                              Inscription :       lors de l’inscription à l’école


                                  Veuillez communiquer avec le Centre Grandir en français au 684-1953
                                                  si vous désirez plus d’informations.
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                                                                        Programs
                                                                                   www.csdcab.on.ca
Apprendre
Dans un milieu stimulant et sécuritaire, votre enfant atteindra son
plein potentiel. Il s’émerveillera devant ses découvertes et déve-
loppera le goût d’apprendre.

Vivre en français
Grâce aux activités éducatives et culturelles, votre enfant bâtira
son estime de soi et son identité franco-ontarienne. Il s’appropriera
le goût et la fierté de la langue et de la culture françaises.

Partager
Votre enfant développera ses habiletés sociales et des amitiés
durables. Il participera à plusieurs activités et s’engagera avec
fierté dans sa communauté.




  Les inscriptions sont acceptées en tout temps!




Haven’t Spoken French in a While?
Not sure if you are eligible? Drop by our school or give us a call,
we would love to talk to you about the possibilities for your child.



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                                  www.tbcdsb.on.ca




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    Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board
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    Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board
                                  www.tbcdsb.on.ca
                                  www.tbcdsb.on.ca




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    Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board
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    Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board
                                  www.tbcdsb.on.ca
                                  www.tbcdsb.on.ca




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    Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board
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    Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board
                                  www.tbcdsb.on.ca
                                   www.tbcdsb.on.ca




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     Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board
     Lakehead Public Schools       Kindergarten




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                               www.lakeheadschools.ca
                                                            www.lakeheadschools.ca




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     Lakehead Public Schools   Community Use of School & Child Care Partners
     Lakehead Public Schools   Aboriginal Education




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                                   www.lakeheadschools.ca
                                             www.lakeheadschools.ca




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     Lakehead Public Schools   French Immersion/IB Programme
     Lakehead Public Schools   Lakehead Adult Education Centre




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                                              www.lakeheadschools.ca
                                              www.lakeheadschools.ca




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     Lakehead Public Schools   Lakehead Adult Education Centre
     Lakehead Public Schools   Lakehead Adult Education Centre




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                                              www.lakeheadschools.ca
                                              www.lakeheadschools.ca




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     Lakehead Public Schools   Lakehead Adult Education Centre
     Lakehead Public Schools   Lakehead Adult Education Centre




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                                              www.lakeheadschools.ca
                                              www.lakeheadschools.ca




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     Lakehead Public Schools   Lakehead Adult Education Centre
                                                                                                         http://cedl.lakeheadu.ca
                                                                                    On-Campus & Online
  LAKEHEAD UNIVERSITY
           on-campus & online
             A variety of on-campus courses available in over 25 subject areas
             for both full- and part-time learners. Personalized student supports
             to help you

                    Take advantage of the flexibility and convenience of
                    completing a course, certificate or degree entirely online.


                         Register now!

Continuing Education & Distributed Learning
                                  807.346.7730
                              cedl@lakeheadu.ca

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www.lakeheadu.ca
                   Index   Contact Us
                                                                                                       What’s Inside
                           Continuing Education & Distributed                                          GETTING STARTED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23-24
                           Learning                                                                    Admission and Registration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
                           Tel. 346-7730                                                               Tuition Fees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
                                                                                                       Financial Assistance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
                           Email: cedl@lakeheadu.ca
                                                                                                       Textbooks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
                           Advanced Technology & Academic Centre 5031
                                                                                                       DISTRIBUTED LEARNING PROGRAMS                                 25-27
                           Academic Advising                                                           DISTRIBUTED LEARNING COURSES                                  28-37
                           Tel. 343-8018                                                               Anthropology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
                                                                                                       Biology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
                           Email: advising@lakeheadu.ca
                                                                                                       Business . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
                           University Centre 1003                                                      Classics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
                                                                                                       Computer Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
                           Admissions & Recruitment                                                    English . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
                           Tel. 343-8500                                                               Forestry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
                           Email: admissions@lakeheadu.ca                                              General Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
                                                                                                       Geography . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
                           1294 Balmoral Building                                                      Gerontology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
                                                                                                       History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
                           Financial Services (Accounts Office)                                         Mathematics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
                           Tel. 343-8140                                                               Northern Studies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
                           Email: accounts@lakeheadu.ca                                                Nursing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
                                                                                                       Philosophy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
                           University Centre 0002
                                                                                                       Political Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
                                                                                                       Psychology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
                           Lakehead University Alumni Bookstore
                                                                                                       Public Health . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
                           Tel. 343-8335                                                               Religious Studies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
                           Email: bookstr@lakeheadu.ca                                                 Social Work. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
                           University Centre 1020                                                      Sociology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
                                                                                                       Visual Arts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
                           Learning Assistance Centre                                                  Women’s Studies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
                           Tel. 343-8047                                                               ON-CAMPUS COURSES . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38-43
                           Email: lacentre@lakeheadu.ca                                                Anthropology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
                           Student Centre 0003                                                         Biology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
                                                                                                       Business . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
                           Registrar’s Office                                                           Classics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
                                                                                                       English . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
                           Tel. 343-8675
                                                                                                       History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
                           Email: records@lakeheadu.ca                                                 Indigenous Learning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
                           University Centre 1004                                                      Mathematics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
                                                                                                       Music . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
                           Student Financial Aid & Awards                                              Political Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
                           Tel. 343-8206                                                               Psychology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
                                                                                                       Social Work. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
                           Email: financial.aid@lakeheadu.ca                                            Sociology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
                           Student Centre 0008                                                         Spanish. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
                                                                                                       Visual Arts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
                           For a department listing, visit:                                            Women's Studies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43

                           www.lakeheadu.ca
                                                                                                       FACULTY OF EDUCATION . . . . . . . . . . . 45-47
                                                                                                       ATHLETICS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48




                            Every effort was made to ensure that the information contained in this document is accurate and current. For the most up-to-date information, please
                            visit: www.lakeheadu.ca



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getting started




                                                                                                                                         Admission & Registration
                                                                                                                                                                    www.lakeheadu.ca
            Applying to Lakehead

Lakehead University welcomes applications from all                    For More Information
students, whether they intend to study full- or part-                 about applying to Lakehead, contact:
time, wish to complete a degree or certificate, or just
take a course for interest.                                                  Office of Admissions
                                                                             and Recruitment
    Apply Online
                                                                                  (807) 343-8500
                                                                                  1294 Balmoral Building
             http://admissions.lakeheadu.ca
                                                                                  admissions@lakeheadu.ca



            Registering for Classes

Following admission to Lakehead University, you will                  Registration Dates
receive an email with registration information. You                                                                  Register by
will then be able to register online through myInfo.                  Spring courses (starting May 2) ......................... May 5
                                                                      Spring courses (starting May 24) ..................... May 30
    Register Online
                                                                      Summer courses (starting July 4)......................... July 7
                                                                      Summer courses (starting July 25)..................... July 28
             http://myinfo.lakeheadu.ca

                                                                      In certain circumstances, the University may find it necessary
                                                                      to cancel a course due to instructor unavailability or enrolment
                                                                      considerations. Notices of course cancellations are sent to
                                                                      registered students via their Lakehead University email account.




            Tuition Fees & Payment

NOTE: Tuition fees for Spring/Summer 2011 are                         *The LUSU fee is also applied to all Distributed Learning
effective beginning May 1, 2011. To serve as                          courses. Tuition fees vary modestly depending on the
                                                                      program and year level. The Board of Governors reserves the
a general guide, the tuition fees from 2010/11                        right to make changes to the published fees.
are noted below. Please review the Schedule of
Academic Fees and payment due dates at:

http://finance.lakeheadu.ca/student-fees-information                   Payment Options
    Undergraduate Tuition (2010/2011)                                 Internet/Telephone Banking: VISA, MasterCard,
                                                                      American Express, Interac, Electronic Transfer, Cash,
Canadian Citizens and Landed Immigrants
                                                                      Cheque, Money Order, Bank Draft, online at myInfo
Half Credit (starting from) $510.00*
                                                                      (http://myinfo.lakeheadu.ca).
Full Credit (starting from) $1020.00*
For further information, please contact the Office of
Financial Services.                                                   For More Information
                                                                      about tuition and payment options, contact:
    Graduate Tuition (2010/2011)
                                                                            Office of Financial Services
Masters & Doctoral Tuition Fees
                                                                                (807) 343-8140
Tuition fees for graduate programs are assessed
                                                                                955 Oliver Road, University Centre 0002A
per-term, not per course. For further information,
                                                                                accounts@lakeheadu.ca
please contact the Office of Financial Services.
                                                                                http://finance.lakeheadu.ca


       For more information 807.346.7730 | http://cedl.lakeheadu.ca                                                                             23
www.lakeheadu.ca
                   Admission & Registration   getting started
                                                         Financial Assistance                                                  Textbooks
                                              At Lakehead University, we strive to make the                        After registering for classes, visit the Bookstore website
                                              educational experience available to all students.                    to see which textbooks are needed for your course:
                                              In order to help our students cope with increased
                                              tuition costs, Lakehead University offers a variety                        http://bookstore.lakeheadu.ca
                                              of sources of financial aid, such as scholarships,                   It is important to get your textbooks early to ensure you
                                              bursaries and awards.                                                have them in time for your course start date.

                                                  For Undergraduate Students                                       Distributed learning textbooks and course materials
                                                                                                                   can be ordered online through the Bookstore website.
                                                   Office of Student Financial Aid                                 Course materials are shipped on receipt of order. This does
                                                   and Awards                                                      not imply and/or guarantee registration.
                                                      University Centre Room 0008
                                                      (807) 343-8206                                               Textbooks can be purchased in person from the:
                                                      financial.aid@lakeheadu.ca
                                                                                                                         Lakehead University Alumni
                                                      http://financialaid.lakeheadu.ca                                   Bookstore
                                                  For Graduate Students                                                    University Centre Room 1020
                                                   Faculty of Graduate Studies                                              (807) 343-8335
                                                                                                                           bookstr@lakeheadu.ca
                                                      Regional Centre Room 0009
                                                      (807) 343-8785                                                       http://bookstore.lakeheadu.ca
                                                      gstudent@lakeheadu.ca
                                                      http://graduatestudies.lakeheadu.ca



                                                         Academic Advising                                                     Learning Assistance
                                              The Office of Academic Advising is available                          To help students succeed in their academic studies,
                                              to help ensure students’ transition to university                    the Learning Assistance Centre provides academic
                                              is as successful as possible. The Office provides                    support (e.g. tutoring, study skills, help with essays) for
                                              students with assistance in understanding program                    all Lakehead University students and provides support/
                                              requirements and developing individualized                           services for students with disabilities.
                                              academic plans. Academic Advising is also available
                                                                                                                   For further information, contact:
                                              to assist students who are struggling academically.
                                                                                                                           Student Centre Room 0003
                                                      University Centre Room 1003
                                                                                                                           (807) 343-8047
                                                      (807) 343-8018
                                                                                                                           lacentre@lakeheadu.ca
                                                      advising@lakeheadu.ca
                                                                                                                           http://learningassistance.lakeheadu.ca
                                                      http://academicadvising.lakeheadu.ca




                                                         Services                                                              Parking
                                              Lakehead University provides a comprehensive range                   Parking permits are required Monday through Friday
                                              of support services for students including academic                  7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Term permits are available
                                              advising, financial aid, library services, learning                   from the Security Office, University Centre, Room
                                              assistance, and individual and peer tutoring.                        1016. Daily parking passes are available from "Pay and
                                              For more information, visit www.lakeheadu.ca                         Display" machines on-campus. For more information:
                                                                                                                   http://security.lakeheadu.ca

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                                                                                                                           Distributed Learning Programs
                                                                                                                                                           http://cedl.lakeheadu.ca
distributed learning programs
                                              Distributed Learning Programs allow you
                                              to complete a degree or certificate from the comfort
                                              of your own home or anywhere there is an internet
                                              connection.



N    umerous     degree   and     certificate
     programs are offered entirely ‘at a
distance‘ and are designed so that students
                                                                       Degree Programs
                                                                               Bachelor of Arts (General) Degree
                                                                               Master of Education
can study from almost anywhere in the world.
Our programming provides the flexibility to                                    Master of Public Health
learn when you want in a format that works                                     Joint Doctor of Philosophy in
best for you.                                                                  Educational Studies*
                                                                               * Contains a residency component

Throughout the spring & summer, the courses
                                                                       Certificate Programs
available through distributed learning are
                                                                              Interdisciplinary Certificate in
offered in convenient condensed-formats,
                                                                              Dementia Studies
helping students advance through their
                                                                              Interdisciplinary Certificate in
programs more quickly.
                                                                              Palliative Care




          Undergraduate Degrees

Bachelor of Arts (General)
The Bachelor of Arts (General) Degree program                       There’s nothing wrong with not knowing what it
is available on-campus, entirely through                            is you want to study at university. You might be
distributed learning or a combination of both.                      surprised at the number of students who come
                                                                    to university uncertain about their studies during
The General Programs in Arts offer you the                          first year. The really important decision is the one
greatest flexibility in course selection. These                     you have already made: you’ve decided to get a
programs do not specify particular required                         university education.
courses. Instead, they allow you to design your
degree by giving you the opportunity to select                      for more information:
courses from a broad range of disciplines in the
Humanities, Social Sciences, and Sciences.
                                                                        Continuing Education &
The General Program is ideal for those who wish                         Distributed Learning
a broad education at the university level, or
those who want to see what university study has                         (807) 346-7730
to offer before committing to a particular major                        cedl@lakeheadu.ca
or a particular discipline.                                             http://cedl.lakeheadu.ca/ ___
Should your interests change as you move
through the program, or should you decide you
want to focus on a particular area of study, it is
possible to move from the General Arts program
to specific majors.

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http://cedl.lakeheadu.ca
                           Distributed Learning Programs   degree programs
                                                                      Graduate Degree Programs

                                                           Master of Education
                                                           The Master of Education (MEd) program is                             offered to accommodate working professionals
                                                           designed to meet your professional and academic                      and those located outside of Thunder Bay.
                                                           goals. The MEd degree can be completed
                                                           through three different routes: coursework,                          for more information:
                                                           thesis, or portfolio. The MEd can be completed in
                                                           one to two years full-time depending upon route                          Faculty of Education
                                                           chosen, or up to four years using the flex-time
                                                                                                                                    (807) 343-8706
                                                           schedule.
                                                                                                                                    med@lakeheadu.ca
                                                           A selection of online courses offered (in the fall,
                                                                                                                                    http://education.lakeheadu.ca/ ___
                                                           winter, spring, and summer), late afternoon and
                                                                                                                                    graduate
                                                           evening face-to-face courses in the fall and winter,
                                                           and intensive spring and summer courses are




                                                           Master of Public Health
                                                           Lakehead University offers a Master of Public                        The MPH program is offered on-campus or
                                                           Health (MPH) degree including a general MPH                          through Distributed Learning using an online
                                                           and a Nursing Specialization.       Students in                      platform. Lectures and presentations are streamed
                                                           the MPH Nursing Specialization can apply to                          to students via the internet and are available for
                                                           Primary Health Care Nurse Practitioner courses.                      live or archived viewing. Computer requirements
                                                           A Gerontology specialization is available in the                     are outlined on the Office of Continuing
                                                           general MPH. In all fields, this professional                        Education and Distributed Learning website
                                                           program prepares graduates for a career in public                    (http://cedl.lakeheadu.ca).
                                                           health practice. Applicants to the MPH program
                                                           may choose either a full-time (two years) or flex-                   for more information:
                                                           time (four years) period of study. Applicants to
                                                           the general MPH program may apply to either a                           Master of Public Health Program
                                                           Thesis Option or a Course Option.                                       (807) 766-7118
                                                           Candidates must meet Lakehead University’s                              mph@lakeheadu.ca
                                                           regulations for Master’s degrees, as well as                            http://mph.lakeheadu.ca
                                                           additional requirements of the MPH program.

                                                           The annual application deadline is February 1.




                                                                                                    Visit the course timetable
                                                                                     to confirm your class time, room and instructor
                                                                                                      http://timetable.lakeheadu.ca




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                                                                                                                            Distributed Learning Programs
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           Interdisciplinary Certificate in Dementia Studies

This innovative certificate program in Dementia                      Required Courses:
Studies is offered entirely online (web-based)                       Gerontology 1110 – Introduction to Gerontology or
and will be of particular interest to professional
                                                                     Gerontology/Nursing/Women's Studies 2139 -
and family caregivers, including those who
                                                                     Gerontology
provide care or service for individuals living with
dementia in the community in independent,                            Gerontology 2110 - Overview of Dementia Studies
supported living, long-term care, or chronic care                    Gerontology/Social Work 3230 - Dementia Studies: A
environments.
                                                                     Case Study Approach
The program is delivered using a multi-mode
approach. Courses can be taken entirely "at                          Elective Courses (Choose one of the following):
a distance" or through a combination of on-
                                                                     Gerontology 2010 – Introduction to Palliative Care
campus and distributed learning. The program
consists of four-half credit courses (two full course                Gerontology/Nursing/Social Work/Women’s Studies
equivalents): three required half-courses and one                    3450 – Introduction to Case Management
half-course elective.                                                Nursing 2410 – Health in Chronic and Terminal
                                                                     Conditions
It is recommended that students successfully
complete Gerontology 1110 - Introduction to                          Philosophy/Gerontology 2511 – Biomedical Ethics
Gerontology or Gerontology/Nursing/Women's                           Gerontology/Social Work 3439 – Living with Grief
Studies 2139 - Gerontology prior to taking the
                                                                     and Loss
other two required courses.
For more information, about the Interdisciplinary
Certificate in Palliative Care please visit:

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           Interdisciplinary Certificate in Palliative Care

This certificate program is intended for anyone                      Required Courses:
who is interested in learning more about palliative                  Gerontology 2010 – Introduction to Palliative Care
care. It can be taken to continue professional
                                                                     Nursing 2410 – Health in Chronic and Terminal
education, to improve future employment
                                                                     Conditions
opportunities, or for personal reasons.
                                                                     Gerontology/Social   Work   4770    –   Psychosocial
The program is delivered using a multi-mode                          Palliative Care
approach. Courses can be taken entirely "at
a distance" or through a combination of on-
                                                                     Elective Courses (Choose one of the following):
campus and distributed learning. The program
consists of four-half credit courses (two full course                Gerontology 2110 – Overview of Dementia Studies
equivalents): three required half-courses and one                    Gerontology/Nursing/Social Work/Women’s Studies
half-course elective.                                                3450 – Introduction to Case Management
It is recommended but not required that students                     Nursing 3250 – Community Cancer Care
take Gerontology 2010 – Introduction to Palliative
                                                                     Nursing 3770 – Introduction to Complementary
Care as the first course in this program.                            Therapies
For more information, about the Interdisciplinary                    Philosophy/Gerontology 2511 – Biomedical Ethics
Certificate in Palliative Care please visit:
                                                                     Gerontology/Social Work 3439 – Living with Grief
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                                                                      Course Delivery Modes

                                                               Online (WEB)                                                           Independent Study (IND)
                                                          Online courses use the internet to deliver course                     Course materials are provided in print-format
                                                          content and are facilitated by an qualified                           for independent study courses. In some cases,
                                                          instructor who is available to answer questions                       these courses may also include an optional
                                                          and provide feedback to students through a                            audioconference component.
                                                          virtual classroom.
                                                                                                                                      Mediastreaming (STR)
                                                          Instructors communicate with students through a
                                                          variety of tools such as email, discussion, message                   On-campus lectures are "streamed" live over the
                                                          boards, chat and presentations.                                       internet so that remote learners can view them
                                                                                                                                in real-time. These lectures may be archived for
                                                          In order take an online course, you must have
                                                                                                                                future viewing. Mediastreaming requires high-
                                                          access to a computer with an internet connection.
                                                                                                                                speed internet, such as DSL or cable, as well as
                                                                                                                                the latest version of QuickTime.




                                                                       Spring & Summer Courses - Distributed Learning

                                                                Anthropology
                                                                                                                                Students will be introduced to cultural
                                                                                                                                understandings of bodies, minds, and illness.
                                                          Gender in Cross-Cultural Perspective
                                                          Anthropology 2116 ADE (.5 credit)                                     Prerequisite(s): None.
                                                                                                                                July 4 to August 15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Online
                                                          After a brief introduction to the anthropological
                                                          approach, different cultural interpretations
                                                          of gender roles and abilities are discussed.                          From Shamanism to Tele-health and
                                                          Homosexuality will be examined cross-culturally.                      Back (Special Topic)
                                                          How some human societies organize sexual                              Anthropology 3811 ADE (.5 credit)
                                                          differences by assigning work roles and other
                                                          activities is also reviewed. Societies at various                     Using an interdisciplinary approach and textual,
                                                          technological levels will be used as examples.                        visual and auditory material, this course highlights
                                                          This includes forager, horticultural, pastoral,                       the changes in health and healthcare that have
                                                          agricultural, and industrial societies, specifically                  characterized Arctic areas and peoples from
                                                          in Scandinavia, Japan, Russia and Canada.                             colonization to today where forms of self government
                                                                                                                                characterize much of the Arctic. Focusing on Inuit
                                                          Prerequisite(s): None.
                                                                                                                                in Arctic Canada and Greenlanders in Greenland,
                                                          Cross-list(s): Women's Studies 2116.                                  but touching on other Arctic areas and peoples as
                                                          July 4 to August 15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Online                well, we examine the interrelation of health and
                                                                                                                                healthcare, colonization, decolonization, identity,
                                                                                                                                religion, education, and self-government, and the
                                                          Introduction to Disease and Death                                     ways in which these act as determinants of health.
                                                          (Special Topic)                                                       We will also discuss research in health and healthcare
                                                          Anthropology 2811 ADE (.5 credit)                                     conducted in the Arctic and how this research has
                                                          This course introduces students to the role that                      changed over time.
                                                          social and cultural factors play in the spread,                       Prerequisite(s): None for Northern Studies; Permission of the
                                                                                                                                department for Anthropology; Sociology 1100 or permission of the
                                                          experience, and meanings of diseases, illnesses,                      department for Sociology.
                                                          and medical care. A broad range of medical                            Cross-List(s): Northern Studies 3411, Sociology 3113.
                                                          anthropology topics, theoretical approaches,
                                                          and methodological research techniques will be                        July 4 to August 15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Online
                                                          covered. Through case studies students learn
                                                          about cross-cultural variations in health, health
                                                          care as well as a Canadian biomedical approach.

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Anthropology of Urban Life (Special                                        Business
Topic)
Anthropology 3811 SDE (.5 credit)
                                                                    Finance I
In this course we will explore ‘the city’ and urban
                                                                    Business 2019 SDE (.5 credit)
life utilizing historic and recent ethnographic
cases in various geographic locations, as well                      This course introduces the student to the field
as the methods used by social scientists to                         of corporate finance. The objectives of financial
understand urban life. The class will link urban                    management, agency theory, the Canadian
sociology and urban anthropology to research                        financial environment, financial mathematics,
trends that consider the symbolic meanings                          stock and bond valuation, portfolio theory and
of urban spaces and lives, and focus on how                         the theory and practice of capital budgeting,
class, gender, race, and transnational political                    and the marginal cost of capital will be explored
economic contexts influence urban lived                             through the use of problems and case analysis.
experiences. By analyzing the built spaces that                     Prerequisite(s): Business 1012, 1013, 1066.
we live in we will also link the class material to                  May 2 to May 19 . . . . . . . . .Mediastreamed
our own lived environments.
Prerequisite(s): None.
                                                                    Finance II
May 2 to June 13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Online
                                                                    Business 2039 SDE (.5 credit)
                                                                    This course extends the scope of study in the
The Colonizer the Colonized Empire
                                                                    field of corporate finance to include financial
Imperialism and Decolonization
                                                                    planning and analysis, the acquisition of short-
(Special Topic)
                                                                    term, intermediate and long-term sources of
Anthropology 3811 SDF (.5 credit)
                                                                    financing, working capital management as well
This course broadly examines the socio-cultural
                                                                    as the theory of corporate capital structure
impact of European colonization on peoples
                                                                    and dividend policy. Case analysis using
throughout the world up to the present day
with a special emphasis being placed on the                         microcomputer-based spreadsheets will be
Canadian experience. Students will explore texts                    employed.
on imperialism, capitalism and the response                         Prerequisite(s): Business 2019.
of the colonized. World-System Theory, the                          May 24 to June 13 . . . . . . . .Mediastreamed
role of exploration, ethnology and science,
concepts of race and gender and decolonizing
methodologies are all evaluated through                                    Classics
readings, discussion and films.
Prerequisite(s): None.
                                                                    Classical Mythology
May 2 to June 13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Online
                                                                    Classics 2105 ADE (1.0 credit)
                                                                    (Given in English: no other language
       Biology                                                      requirements). Introduction to the myths and
                                                                    legends of the ancient Greeks and Romans.
                                                                    Discussion of their origin, meaning and
Introduction to Microbiology
                                                                    interpretation. Their representation in Greek
Biology 2713 SDE (.5 credit)
                                                                    and Roman literature and art. Their influence on
An introduction to microbial cell biology, host                     later and modern Western literature and art.
response to pathogens and public health aspects                     Prerequisite(s): None.
of microbiology.                                                    Cross-Lists(s): English 2105.
Prerequisite(s): None.                                              July 4 to August 15 . . . . . . .Mediastreamed
Note: Restricted to Nursing majors.

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                                                          Roman History                                                           of readings, and an introduction to revision,
                                                          Classics 2203 SDE (1.0 credit)                                          editing, research, and documentation.
                                                                                                                                  Prerequisite(s): None.
                                                          Major topics in Roman history down to 500 A.D.
                                                                                                                                  Note: Students who have taken English 1500 previously may not
                                                                                                                                  take English 1011 for credit. English 1011 and English 1031 may
                                                          Prerequisite(s): History 1100 or permission of the instructor.
                                                                                                                                  be taken in either order.
                                                          Cross-List(s): History 2203.
                                                                                                                                  May 2 to June 13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Online
                                                          May 2 to July 22 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Online

                                                                                                                                  Rhetoric
                                                          Women in Classical Antiquity
                                                                                                                                  English 1031 ADE (.5 credit)
                                                          Classics 3701 SDE (1.0 credit)
                                                                                                                                  An examination of rhetorical theory and practice
                                                          The status of women in ancient Greece and                               focused on writing, reading, and editing in
                                                          Rome will be examined in the light of scholarship                       specific contexts. Students will learn how to
                                                          concerning women's roles in society. The course                         analyze rhetorical situations and to write for a
                                                          will cover the development of attitudes toward                          variety of purposes.
                                                          women from prehistory and the Bronze Age                                Prerequisite(s): None.
                                                          through Classical and Hellenistic Greece to                             Note: Students who have taken English 1500 previously may not
                                                          Rome and the Early Christian Era. Both literary                         take English 1031 for credit. English 1011 and English 1031 may
                                                                                                                                  be taken in either order.
                                                          and archaeological evidence will be considered.
                                                                                                                                  July 4 to August 15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Online
                                                          Prerequisite(s): Two FCEs in History or permission of the instructor.
                                                          Cross-List(s): History 3703/Women's Studies 3701.
                                                          May 2 to July 22 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Online
                                                                                                                                  Literature Written in English Before
                                                                                                                                  1750
                                                                                                                                  English 1111 SDE (.5 credit)
                                                                 Computer Science                                                 An introduction to principles and practices of
                                                                                                                                  literary study, focussing on literature written in
                                                          Computer Programming I                                                  English prior to the mid-Eighteenth century and
                                                                                                                                  the cultural contexts in which this literature is
                                                          Computer Science 1411 SDE (.5 credit)
                                                                                                                                  produced.
                                                          A first course in programming given in C                                Prerequisite(s): None.
                                                          - mathematical problem solving, program                                 Note: Students who have taken English 1500 previously may not
                                                          development, C grammar and simple system                                take English 1111 for credit. English 1011 and English 1031 may
                                                          functions. Students will develop and write their                        be taken in either order.
                                                          own programs and run them in a time-sharing                             May 2 to June 13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Online
                                                          environment.
                                                          Prerequisite(s): One (1) credit in Grade 12 U Mathematics
                                                          recommended.
                                                                                                                                  Classical Mythology
                                                                                                                                  English 2105 ADE (1 credit)
                                                          May 2 to June 13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Online
                                                                                                                                  (Given in English: no other language
                                                                                                                                  requirements). Introduction to the myths and
                                                                 Education                                                        legends of the ancient Greeks and Romans.
                                                                                                                                  Discussion of their origin, meaning and
                                                                                                                                  interpretation. Their representation in Greek and
                                                          For information about Additional Qualification
                                                                                                                                  Roman literature and art. Their influence on later
                                                          (AQ) courses, Additional Basic Qualification
                                                                                                                                  and modern Western literature and art.
                                                          (ABQ) courses see pages 45-47.
                                                                                                                                  Prerequisite(s): None.
                                                                                                                                  Cross-List(s): Classics 2105.
                                                                 English                                                          July 4 to August 15 . . . . . . .Mediastreamed


                                                          Composition
                                                          English 1011 SDE (.5 credit)
                                                          A study of English grammar (word level and
                                                          sentence level), an introduction to rhetorical
                                                          forms (paragraph level and beyond), a discussion
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Advanced Rhetoric                                                       principles, heat transfer mechanisms, and the
English 3031 ADE (.5 credit)                                            influence of fuels, moisture and topography,
                                                                        followed by a thorough analysis of the Canadian
A study of a variety of rhetorical theories,                            Forest Fire Danger Rating System and its
strategies, and forms. Topics will vary according                       applications in forest fire prevention, detection,
to the instructor, but may include political                            suppression and use. Impacts of fire as an agent
rhetoric, oratory, classical and modern rhetorical                      of ecological change are examined relative to
theory, and rhetoric in contemporary media.                             developments in natural and managed ecosystems.
Prerequisite(s): One FCE in English at the first-year level, or
                                                                        Prerequisite(s): None.
permission of the department.
                                                                        May 2 to June 13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Online
July 4 to August 15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Online


The Slave Narrative (Special Topic)                                            General Science
English 3911 SDE (.5 credit)
                                                                        Introduction to Digital Photography I
The powerful ways in which “the story” of
                                                                        General Science 0350 SDE (.5 credit)
slavery was told by texts and photographs of
the nineteenth century is evident in the case                           Students are introduced to digital imaging,
of Mathew Brady’s famous 1863 photograph                                through such topics as the history of
of Gordon, a whipped slave whose horrifically                           photography, characteristics of light, analog
scarred back was documented and widely                                  and digital cameras, structure and response
circulated in the American media. The                                   of sensors to light, A/D conversion, exposure
photograph was particularly powerful, as a                              control, image formats, dynamic range, existing
contemporary commentator noted, in its serving                          light photography, interpreting the digital
as irrefutable visual evidence of slavery, or in                        image, basic composition and image editing.
“tell[ing] the story [of slavery] in a way that even                    Prerequisite(s): None.
Mrs. Stowe cannot approach, because it tells the                        Note: Students require a digital camera that allows full control of
story to the eye”1 – no small claim, given that                         exposure (shutter speed and f-stop) and focus.
Uncle Tom’s Cabin would eventually outsell all                          May 2 to June 13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Online
books in the nineteenth century (save for the
Bible). The persuasive effects of literature in the
depiction of slavery and race will be considered                        Introduction to Digital Photography
in this course. We will examine literary and non-                       II
fiction texts such as slave narratives, newspaper                       General Science 0370 ADE (.5 credit)
articles, photographs and illustrations, and                            Continuing from General Science 0350 -
first-person accounts that were in circulation                          Introduction to Digital Photography I, emphasis
in the nineteenth century. The ways in which                            will be placed on the study of advanced digital
these literary texts negotiate, replicate, and                          photography. Topics will include handling
challenge the popular images of slavery and                             and processing of RAW file formats, advanced
race will be considered. The goals of this course                       image processing, theory of composition and
include an understanding of the slave narrative                         perception, colour theory, characteristics and
genre and other non-fictional forms in 19th                             uses of filters, digital darkroom and restoration
century American literature and reportage and                           methods.
a consideration of how these texts operated in                          Prerequisite(s): General Science 0350 or permission of the
the construction of race, in persuasion, and in                         instructor.
                                                                        Note: Students require a digital camera that allows full control of
self-representation of the author/photographed                          exposure (shutter speed and f-stop) and focus.
subject.
                                                                        July 4 to August 15 . . . . . . . . . . . . .Online
Prerequisite(s): One FCE in English at the first-year level including
at least one of English 1111 or 1112, or permission of the
department.
                                                                               Geography
May 2 to June 13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Online

                                                                        Retail Location
       Forestry                                                         Geography 3751 ADE (.5 credit)
                                                                        The study of retailing activity within cities from
Forest Fire Ecology & Management
                                                                        a geographical perspective. Examination of
Forestry 2370 SDE (.5 credit)                                           urban shopping areas with respect to their form,
Forest     fire    behaviour,        including        combustion        historical evolution, present problems and future
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                                                          making of retail firms and spatial behaviour of                       Prerequisite(s): None.
                                                          consumers.                                                            Cross-list(s): Social Work 3230.
                                                          Prerequisite(s): Geography 1120.                                      May 2 to June 13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Online
                                                          Note: Open to students in the third or fourth year of any program
                                                          except with permission of the instructor.

                                                          July 4 to August 15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Online                 Living with Grief & Loss
                                                                                                                                Gerontology 3439 SDE (.5 credit)

                                                          Polar Bears:    Conservation of an                                    A study of the human grief process, whether it
                                                          Environmental Icon (Special Topic)                                    is due to bereavement or other significant life
                                                                                                                                losses, and effective ways to support people in
                                                          Geography 4911 SDE (.5 credit)
                                                                                                                                adapting to their new reality. Both normal and
                                                          Polar bears are an icon of the north and one of the                   complicated grief will be considered. The course
                                                          world's most popular animals. Polar bears have                        is relevant to studies in the human services,
                                                          served as a vehicle for sovereignty agreements                        gerontology, education and health care.
                                                          between arctic nations; and the history of their                      Prerequisite(s): None.
                                                          management and co-management illustrates                              Cross-list(s): Social Work 3439.
                                                          both aboriginal political development and how
                                                                                                                                May 2 to June 13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Online
                                                          some of the rights and responsibilities conferred
                                                          under home rule and land claim agreements
                                                          can be clawed back by federal authorities. Most                       Introduction to Case Management
                                                          recently polar bears have been used to illustrate                     Gerontology 3450 SDE (.5 credit)
                                                          the impacts of anthropogenic global warming,
                                                          and to argue that carbon emissions should                             Designed to fulfil the needs of health practitioners,
                                                          be regulated and reduced . The evolution,                             volunteers and consumers regarding the practice
                                                          current distribution, biology, ecology         and                    of case management in diverse settings with
                                                          conservation measures directed towards Ursus                          clients across the life span. Contemporary issues
                                                          maritimus (polar bears) provides the context of                       and research affecting the delivery for services
                                                          these discussions, and a model to understand                          to clients will be discussed. The potential for
                                                          federal, aboriginal, and public perspectives on                       rehabilitation in the least restrictive environment
                                                          circumpolar arctic governance and conservation                        and enhancement of quality of life will be
                                                          issues.                                                               emphasized as will the needs of persons in
                                                          Prerequisite(s): Permission of the instructor.                        remote and isolated northern communities.
                                                          May 2 to June 13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Online                  Prerequisite(s): None.
                                                                                                                                Cross-list(s): Nursing/Social Work/Women's Studies 3450.
                                                                                                                                May 2 to June 13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Online

                                                                 Gerontology

                                                          Aging in the Family (Special Topic)
                                                          Gerontology 3111 ADE (.5 credit)
                                                          Examines the family during the later stages of its
                                                          career. Topics include changing family dynamics,
                                                          marital satisfaction, intergenerational relations,
                                                          widowhood, grandparenthood and remarriage.
                                                          Prerequisite(s): None.

                                                          July 4 to August 15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Online


                                                          Dementia Care: A Case Study Approach                                        History
                                                          Gerontology 3230 SDE (.5 credit)
                                                                                                                                The Making of the Modern World
                                                          The case study approach will be used to explore
                                                          the concepts of holistic care of persons with                         History 1100 ADE (1.0 credit)
                                                          dementia. Principles, theories and knowledge                          How did we get here from there? This
                                                          of dementia and dementia care acquired will be                        introductory course explores how historians
                                                          integrated into these cases.                                          attempt to explain developments in the modern
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world during the last six or seven centuries. The                       Prerequisite(s): Two FCEs in History or permission of the instructor.
precise focus will depend upon the instructor.                          Cross-List(s): History 3703/Women's Studies 3701.

Prerequisite(s): None.                                                  May 2 to July 22 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Online
July 4 to August 15 . . . . . . . Mediastreamed
                                                                        Finns in Canada (Special Topic)
                                                                        History 3811 SDE (.5 credit)
                                                                        This course will introduce students to the



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                                                                        primary practices of the history of migration
                            questions?                                  and ethnicity, provide a thorough study of the
                                                                        push and pull factors for Finnish migration, the
                           we can help!                                 experiences of geographically diverse Finnish
                                                                        communities in Canada (with special emphasis
     (807) 346-7730 cedl@lakeheadu.ca                                   on Northern Ontario), and allow students to learn
                                                                        about the role of Canadian Immigration Policy.
                                                                        Specifically, the course will explore topics such
Roman History                                                           as: Finnish migration and settlement patterns,
History 2203 SDE (1.0 credit)                                           economic strategies, political activism, religious
                                                                        life, and cultural retention, covering a period
Major topics in Roman history down to 500 A.D.                          from roughly 1880-1960. The course will utilize
                                                                        historical secondary literature, some primary
Prerequisite(s): History 1100 or permission of the instructor.
                                                                        material analysis, and some Finnish immigrant
Cross-List(s): Classics 2203.
                                                                        fiction and poetry. This course looks at the topic
May 2 to July 22 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Online                 primarily through the lens of social and cultural
                                                                        history, with a keen sensitivity to gender and life
Canadian History                                                        cycle.
History 2301 SDE (1.0 credit)                                           Prerequisite(s): Two FCEs in History or permission of the instructor.
                                                                        Cross-List(s): Northern Studies 3411.
Canadian history from the establishment of the
                                                                        May 2 to June 13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Online
first colonial settlements to the present, with an
opportunity for students to examine in detail
selected aspects of this development.                                          Mathematics
Prerequisite(s): History 1100 or permission of the instructor.

May 2 to June 13 . . . . . . . . . Mediastreamed                        Quantitative Methods for the Health
                                                                        Scientist
                                                                        Mathematics 0212 SDE (.5 credit)
The Hitler State
                                                                        An introduction to probability; the binomial,
History 3140 SDE (1.0 credit)
                                                                        poisson and normal distributions; analysis of data;
A historical assessment of the politics and                             statistical inference; ANOVA; linear regression
personality of Adolf Hitler and of the impact of                        and correlation; nonparametric methods.
Nazism on Germany and the world, 1919-45.                               Prerequisite(s): None.
                                                                        Notes: This course is not acceptable for credit in Mathematics
Prerequisite(s): Two FCEs in History or permission of the instructor.   or Computer Science programs. Students in other programs can
                                                                        receive credit for only one of Mathematics 0210, 0212 and 2321.
May 2 to July 22 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Online
                                                                        May 2 to July 22 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Online

Women in Classical Antiquity
History 3703 SDE (.5 credit)                                                   Northern Studies
The status of women in ancient Greece and
                                                                        From Shamanism to Tele-health and
Rome will be examined in the light of scholarship
                                                                        Back (Special Topic)
concerning women's roles in society. The course
                                                                        Northern Studies 3411 ADE (.5 credit)
will cover the development of attitudes toward
women from prehistory and the Bronze Age                                Using an interdisciplinary approach and textual,
through Classical and Hellenistic Greece to Rome                        visual and auditory material, this course highlights
                                                                        the changes in health and healthcare that
and the Early Christian Era. Both literary and
                                                                        have characterized Arctic areas and peoples
archaeological evidence will be considered.
                                                                        from colonization to today where forms of self
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                                                          government characterize much of the Arctic.                            Community Cancer Care
                                                          Focusing on Inuit in Arctic Canada and Greenlanders                    Nursing 3250 SDE (.5 credit)
                                                          in Greenland, but touching on other Arctic areas
                                                          and peoples as well, we examine the interrelation of                   An introductory exploration of current cancer
                                                          health and healthcare, colonization, decolonization,                   care modalities and concepts, designed to meet
                                                          identity, religion, education, and self-government,                    the needs of students in health programs and
                                                          and the ways in which these act as determinants of                     professionals working in northern, rural and
                                                          health. We will also discuss research in health and                    remote communities. Theories and principles
                                                          healthcare conducted in the Arctic and how this                        underlying community cancer care focusing
                                                          research has changed over time.                                        on epidemiology, research, health care policy,
                                                                                                                                 primary health care, and ethical challenges.
                                                          Prerequisite(s): None for Northern Studies; Permission of the
                                                          department for Anthropology; Sociology 1100 or permission of the       The role of the health care professional will be
                                                          department for Sociology.                                              discussed as it relates to providing community-
                                                          Cross-List(s): Anthropology 3811, Sociology 3113.                      based cancer care across the lifespan.
                                                          July 4 to August 15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Online                 Prerequisite(s): None.

                                                                                                                                 May 2 to June 13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Online
                                                          Finns in Canada (Special Topic)
                                                          Northern Studies 3411 SDE (.5 credit)                                  Introduction to Case Management
                                                          This course will introduce students to the primary                     Nursing 3450 SDE (.5 credit)
                                                          practices of the history of migration and ethnicity,                   Designed to fulfil the needs of health practitioners,
                                                          provide a thorough study of the push and pull                          volunteers and consumers regarding the practice
                                                          factors for Finnish migration, the experiences                         of case management in diverse settings with
                                                          of geographically diverse Finnish communities                          clients across the life span. Contemporary issues
                                                          in Canada (with special emphasis on Northern                           and research affecting the delivery for services
                                                          Ontario), and allow students to learn about the                        to clients will be discussed. The potential for
                                                          role of Canadian Immigration Policy. Specifically,                     rehabilitation in the least restrictive environment
                                                          the course will explore topics such as: Finnish                        and enhancement of quality of life will be
                                                          migration and settlement patterns, economic                            emphasized as will the needs of persons in remote
                                                          strategies, political activism, religious life, and                    and isolated northern communities.
                                                          cultural retention, covering a period from roughly
                                                                                                                                 Prerequisite(s): None.
                                                          1880-1960. The course will utilize historical
                                                                                                                                 Cross-list(s): Gerontology/Social Work/Women's Studies 3450.
                                                          secondary literature, some primary material
                                                          analysis, and some Finnish immigrant fiction and                       May 2 to June 13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Online
                                                          poetry. This course looks at the topic primarily
                                                          through the lens of social and cultural history,                       Diversity in Health Care
                                                          with a keen sensitivity to gender and life cycle.
                                                                                                                                 Nursing 4110 SDE (.5 credit)
                                                          Prerequisite(s): None.
                                                                                                                                 Diversity as a social construct will be discussed
                                                          Cross-List(s): History 3811.
                                                                                                                                 and applied to nursing and the health care
                                                          May 2 to June 13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Online                system. Students will examine and discuss their
                                                                                                                                 knowledge and values in relation to diverse
                                                                 Nursing                                                         populations and settings. Various teaching/
                                                                                                                                 learning strategies will be used throughout the
                                                          Health in Chronic and Terminal                                         course to stimulate personal reflection and value
                                                          Conditions                                                             clarification.
                                                          Nursing 2410 SDE (.5 credit)
                                                                                                                                 Prerequisite(s): None.
                                                          This course introduces concepts and theories                           May 2 to June 13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Online
                                                          which consider the maintenance and promotion
                                                          of health and quality of life during fluctuating
                                                          levels of client health and illness. Emphasis is
                                                          placed on the caring of clients with chronic
                                                          and terminal illnesses throughout the lifespan.
                                                          Students will develop awareness of barriers to
                                                          optimal health care, and the role of the nurse in a
                                                          multidisciplinary health team.
                                                          Prerequisite(s): None.

                                                          May 2 to June 13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Online
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       Philosophy                                                             Political Science
Introduction to Thinking                                               Introduction to Political Science
Philosophy 1117 SDE (.5 credit)                                        Political Science 1100 ADE (1.0 credit)
The practical aspects of reasoning and logical                         An introduction to the scope, concepts and
self-defense against fallacy and flim-flammery.                        methods of Political Science, including the
Topics covered include the elements of deductive                       institutional and social framework of political
and inductive reasoning, how to assess claims of                       activity illustrated by reference to Canada and
proof and evidence, the scientific method and                          other political systems, and to the role of political
how junk science might be distinguished from                           ideas.
the real thing, the statistical and psychological                      Prerequisite(s): None.
pitfalls that lead reason astray, knowledge by
authority and how to distinguish the real experts                      July 4 to August 15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Online
from the pretenders.
Prerequisite(s): None.                                                 Local Government in Canada
May 2 to June 13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Online                Political Science 3217 ADE (.5 credit)
                                                                       An analysis of theories of local government, the
Philosophy Through Popular Culture                                     evolution and structure of local government, and
Philosophy 1119 ADE (.5 credit)                                        the political and administrative functioning of
                                                                       local governments. Special attention will be paid
An introduction to the perennial questions of                          to local government in northwestern Ontario.
philosophy through an examination of popular                           Prerequisite(s): A course in Political Science or permission of the
culture, including graphic novels, literature, and                     instructor.
film.                                                                  July 4 to August 15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Online
Prerequisite(s): None.

July 4 to August 15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Online
                                                                       Third World Politics and Society
                                                                       Political Science 3311 SDE (.5 credit)
The Philosophy of Food Fuel and
Farming (Special Topic)                                                A theoretical study of the politics of change in
Philosophy 3715 ADE (.5 credit)                                        the Third World: the mechanisms of change, the
                                                                       political tasks of new states, ideology, reform
This course examines how philosophy helps                              and revolution, the international context of
us theorize such questions as: How should one                          development.
eat? Are you what you eat? How should food be                          Prerequisite(s): None.
distributed? What is the impact of agriculture?
How does the use of particular fuels affect                            May 2 to June 13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Online
contemporary practices? This course will study a
range of philosophers from Plato to Descartes to
Karl Marx to Michel Foucault to Peter Singer.                                 Psychology
Prerequisite(s): Permission of the department to be waived for the
course at request of the Chair.
                                                                       Introductory Psychology
July 4 to August 15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Online                 Psychology 1100 SDE (1.0 credit)
                                                                       This introductory course is designed to provide
                                                                       an appreciation of the scope of psychology and
                                                                       its sub-specialities, to render an understanding
      Textbook information                                             of the research-based methods which are
                                                                       fundamental to all aspects of the discipline, to
       visit the Alumni Bookstore                                      provide an awareness of the biopsychosocial
                 website                                               bases of behaviour and to lay the groundwork for
                                                                       further study in psychology.
      http://bookstore.lakeheadu.ca
                                                                       Prerequisite(s): None.

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                                                          Introduction to Child Psychology                                       Living with Grief & Loss
                                                          Psychology 2002 SDE (1.0 credit)                                       Social Work 3439 SDE (.5 credit)
                                                          A survey of theory and research on biological,                         A study of the human grief process, whether it
                                                          social, personality, and intellectual development                      is due to bereavement or other significant life
                                                          in infancy, childhood, and adolescence.                                losses, and effective ways to support people in
                                                          Prerequisite(s): Psychology 1100.                                      adapting to their new reality. Both normal and
                                                          May 2 to July 22 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Online                complicated grief will be considered. The course
                                                                                                                                 is relevant to studies in the human services,
                                                                                                                                 gerontology, education and health care.
                                                          Behaviour and Drugs                                                    Prerequisite(s): None.
                                                          Psychology 3401 SDE (1.0 credit)                                       Cross-list(s): Gerontology 3439.

                                                          Critical examination of the interaction between                        May 2 to June 13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Online
                                                          behaviour and drugs, i.e. how drugs affect the
                                                          body and behaviour, development of tolerance
                                                          to, and dependence on drugs, and therapeutic                           Introduction to Case Management
                                                          applications of all drug groups. Discussions focus                     Social Work 3450 WDE (.5 credit)
                                                          on drug effects over the entire life span.                             Designed to fulfil the needs of health practitioners,
                                                          Prerequisite(s): Psychology 1100.                                      volunteers and consumers regarding the practice
                                                          May 2 to July 22 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Online                of case management in diverse settings with
                                                                                                                                 clients across the life span. Contemporary issues
                                                                                                                                 and research affecting the delivery for services
                                                                 Public Health                                                   to clients will be discussed. The potential for
                                                                                                                                 rehabilitation in the least restrictive environment
                                                          In order to register in any of the Public Health                       and enhancement of quality of life will be
                                                          courses, the student must be enrolled in the Master                    emphasized as will the needs of persons in remote
                                                          of Public Health program at Lakehead University.                       and isolated northern communities.
                                                                                                                                 Prerequisite(s): None.

                                                                 Religious Studies                                               Cross-list(s): Gerontology/Nursing/Women's Studies 3450.

                                                                                                                                 May 2 to June 13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Online
                                                          Introduction to World Religions
                                                          Religious Studies 1100 SDE (1.0 credit)
                                                                                                                                       Sociology
                                                          An introduction to the religions of the world, with
                                                          special attention to Hinduism, Buddhism, Taoism,
                                                          Confucianism, Judaism, Christianity and Islam.
                                                                                                                                 Globalization: More than McDonald's
                                                          An enquiry into the history of religions and the                       in Beijing (Special Topic)
                                                          manifestations and meaning of religion in relation                     Sociology 2112 ADE (.5 credit)
                                                          to its cultural context.                                               This course of study introduces students to the
                                                          Prerequisite(s): None.                                                 concept of globalization. Although scholars fail
                                                          May 2 to July 22 . . . . . . Independent Study                         to agree on a precise definition of globalization,
                                                                                                                                 one thing is perfectly clear: globalization is the
                                                                                                                                 single most important phenomenon unfolding in
                                                                 Social Work                                                     the world today. No one remains unaffected. The
                                                                                                                                 objective of this course is to help students develop
                                                          Dementia Care: A Case Study                                            an understanding of the forces of globalization and
                                                          Approach                                                               how these forces affect Canadian society and the
                                                          Social Work 3230 SDE (.5 credit)                                       personal lives of the students themselves. To this
                                                                                                                                 end, the course of study identifies and examines
                                                          The case study approach will be used to explore                        the principle characteristics and consequences of
                                                          the concepts of holistic care of persons with                          globalization. More specifically, the course offers
                                                          dementia. Principles, theories and knowledge                           a critical analysis of the history of globalization;
                                                          of dementia and dementia care acquired will be                         the nature and impact of intensifying economic,
                                                          integrated into these cases.                                           political and cultural global interdependence; the
                                                          Prerequisite(s): None.                                                 ideologies of globalization; the role played by late
                                                          Cross-list(s): Gerontology 3230.                                       20th Century information and telecommunication
                                                          May 2 to June 13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Online
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technologies; and a brief speculation about the
                                                                              Women's Studies
future of globalization. The course material will
include scholarly readings and videos readily
                                                                       Gender in Cross-Cultural Perspective
available in the public domain.
                                                                       Women's Studies 2116 ADE (.5 credit)
Prerequisite(s): None.                                                 After a brief introduction to the anthropological
July 4 to August 15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Online                  approach, different cultural interpretations
                                                                       of gender roles and abilities are discussed.
                                                                       Homosexuality will be examined cross-culturally.
From Shamanism to Tele-health and                                      How some human societies organize sexual
Back (Special Topic)                                                   differences by assigning work roles and other
Sociology 3113 ADE (.5 credit)                                         activities is also reviewed. Societies at various
                                                                       technological levels will be used as examples.
Using an interdisciplinary approach and textual,
                                                                       This includes forager, horticultural, pastoral,
visual and auditory material, this course highlights
                                                                       agricultural, and industrial societies, specifically
the changes in health and healthcare that have
                                                                       in Scandinavia, Japan, Russia and Canada.
characterized Arctic areas and peoples from
colonization to today where forms of self government                   Prerequisite(s): None.
characterize much of the Arctic. Focusing on Inuit                     Cross-list(s): Anthropology 2116.
in Arctic Canada and Greenlanders in Greenland,                        July 4 to August 15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Online
but touching on other Arctic areas and peoples as
well, we examine the interrelation of health and
healthcare, colonization, decolonization, identity,                    Introduction to Case Management
religion, education, and self-government, and the                      Women's Studies 3450 SDE (.5 credit)
ways in which these act as determinants of health.
                                                                       Designed to fulfil the needs of health practitioners,
We will also discuss research in health and healthcare
                                                                       volunteers and consumers regarding the practice
conducted in the Arctic and how this research has
                                                                       of case management in diverse settings with
changed over time.
                                                                       clients across the life span. Contemporary issues
Prerequisite(s): None for Northern Studies; Permission of the
department for Anthropology; Sociology 1100 or permission of the       and research affecting the delivery for services
department for Sociology.                                              to clients will be discussed. The potential for
Cross-List(s): Anthropology 3811, Northern Studies 3411.               rehabilitation in the least restrictive environment
July 4 to August 15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Online
                                                                       and enhancement of quality of life will be
                                                                       emphasized as will the needs of persons in remote
                                                                       and isolated northern communities.
       Visual Arts                                                     Prerequisite(s): None.
                                                                       Cross-list(s): Gerontology/Nursing/Social Work 3450.

Computer Art I                                                         May 2 to June 13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Online
Visual Arts 2410 SDE (.5 credit)
An introduction to commonly used techniques for                        Women in Classical Antiquity
producing two-dimensional images via computer                          Women's Studies 3701 SDE (.5 credit)
technology. Using popular applications such as                         The status of women in ancient Greece and
ADOBE PHOTOSHOP and similar programs, the
                                                                       Rome will be examined in the light of scholarship
course will introduce the student to issues related
                                                                       concerning women's roles in society. The course
to image acquisition and creation, file formats
and their uses, image editing, colour and tonal                        will cover the development of attitudes toward
balance and the creative use of image masks.                           women from prehistory and the Bronze Age
Prerequisite(s): None.                                                 through Classical and Hellenistic Greece to Rome
                                                                       and the Early Christian Era. Both literary and
May 2 to June 13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Online
                                                                       archaeological evidence will be considered.
                                                                       Prerequisite(s): Two FCEs in History or permission of the instructor.
Computer Art II
                                                                       Cross-List(s): Classics 3701/History 3703.
Visual Arts 2430 ADE (.5 credit)
                                                                       May 2 to July 22 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Online
An advanced exploration of the techniques
introduced in Visual Arts 2410.
Prerequisite(s): Visual Arts 2410 or permission of the instructor.
July 4 to August 15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Online
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                                                                Course Delivery Modes
                                                          Lecture (LEC)                                                         Videoconferencing (VID)
                                                    Traditional lectures delivered on-campus.                             These are on-campus lectures that are delivered
                                                                                                                          simultaneously between Thunder Bay and Orillia
                                                          Studio (STU)                                                    campuses.
                                                    Studio-based lecture format involving hands-on                        Students are able to communicate with one
                                                    work experience.                                                      another both in the "live" classroom and with the
                                                                                                                          class learning at a distance, just as if they were in
                                                                                                                          a traditional classroom.


                                                                Spring & Summer Courses - On-Campus Courses
                                                    Please refer to the online University Timetable
                                                    for updated course times and room locations -
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                                                                                                                                Biology
                                                           Anthropology
                                                                                                                          Human Anatomy
                                                    Archaeological Field School I (Special                                Biology 2020 SA (1.0 credit)
                                                    Topic)                                                                Human anatomical systems; laboratory work
                                                    Anthropology 3815 (0.5 credit)                                        includes the study of the cat as a representative
                                                    Training in archaeological field methods through                      animal.
                                                    participation in an excavation project. Includes                      Prerequisite(s): None.
                                                    classroom instruction in archaeological methods,                      Monday to Friday; 6:00 - 10:00 p.m.
                                                    tours of archaeological sites near Thunder Bay,                       May 2 to June 13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lecture
                                                    and practical experience in archaeological
                                                    reconnaissance     and    standard     excavation
                                                    methods. This intensive field course occurs in a                            Business
                                                    3 week session. For more information, please see
                                                    the archaeological field school link at the Dept.                     Financial Accounting
                                                    of Anthropology web site http://anthropology.                         Business 1012 SA (.5 credit)
                                                    lakeheadu.ca/.
                                                                                                                          In this course Commerce students are introduced
                                                    Prerequisite(s): 1 FCE Anthropology or permission of instructor.      to the purposes, objectives, concepts and
                                                    May 2 to May 19 . . . . . . . . . . Field School                      processes of financial accounting. Key topics
                                                                                                                          cover the accounting cycle, including preparation
                                                    Archaeological Field School II (Special                               and understanding of financial statements,
                                                    Topic)                                                                cash versus accrual accounting and revenue
                                                    Anthropology 3817 (0.5 credit)                                        recognition. Emphasis is placed on the usefulness
                                                                                                                          to external users of the information produced.
                                                    Training in archaeological field methods through                      Prerequisite(s): None.
                                                    participation in an excavation project. Includes
                                                    classroom instruction in archaeological methods,                      Monday to Thursday; 9:00 - 11: 30 a.m.
                                                    tours of archaeological sites near Thunder Bay,                       May 2 to 19 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lecture
                                                    and practical experience in archaeological
                                                    reconnaissance     and    standard     excavation                     Quantitative Analysis in Management
                                                    methods. This intensive field course occurs in a
                                                                                                                          Business 1066/Economics 2115/2117 SA (.5 credit)
                                                    3 week session. For more information, please see
                                                    the archaeological field school link at the Dept.                     This course has been designed to provide
                                                    of Anthropology web site http://anthropology.                         Commerce students with an introduction to
                                                    lakeheadu.ca/.                                                        quantitative analysis. The course emphasizes
                                                    Prerequisite(s):Successful completion of Anthropology 3815            the process of selecting appropriate analytical
                                                    Archaeological Field School I.                                        techniques; minimization of the complexity
                                                    May 24 to June 13 . . . . . . . . . Field School                      of the analysis; communicating the results of
                                                                                                                          quantitative analysis to others; and formulating
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managerial decisions on the basis of quantitative                     Operations Management
analysis. Students are introduced to a variety                        Business 5016 SA (.5 credit)
of computer packages to generate appropriate
quantitative information and to prepare useful                        Students are provided with the basic operations
managerial reports and abstracts.                                     management concepts to better understand the
                                                                      problems faced by operations managers in both
Prerequisite(s): None.
                                                                      product - and service -oriented organizations.
Monday to Thursday; 5:00 - 7:30 p.m.                                  The design and operational management of
May 2 to June 13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lecture                  production and distribution systems will be
                                                                      addressed and the basic tools and methods to
Basics of Accounting                                                  effectively and efficiently design and manage
Business 1512 SA (.5 credit)                                          these systems will be presented. Students are
                                                                      expected to gain a substantial experience with
An introduction to accounting for part-time                           modeling operations management problems
students and those not majoring in business.                          and solving them using both qualitative and
Students are introduced to the purposes,                              quantitative approaches. In addition, students
objectives, concepts and processes of financial                       will be able to analyze and evaluate existing
accounting. Enrolments are limited so that                            production and distribution systems and to
students can develop the skills, and knowledge                        propose ways to improve their performance as
to be effective problem-solvers and decision-                         well as to design new ones.
makers.
                                                                      Prerequisite(s): For Graduate students only
Prerequisite(s): Business 2014.
                                                                      Tuesdays & Thursdays; 6:30 - 9 p.m.
Monday to Thursday; 9:00 - 11:30 a.m.
                                                                      May 2 to June 13 . . . . . . Videoconferenced
May 2 to 19 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lecture
                                                                      Strategic Management
                                                                      Business 5061 SA (1.0 credit)
Finance I
Business 2019 SDE (.5 credit)                                         The capstone course for the MBA. In the fall, top
                                                                      management decisions and the development of
This course introduces the student to the field                       business and corporate strategy are examined.
of corporate finance. The objectives of financial                     Lectures and case studies integrate concepts and
management, agency theory, the Canadian                               frameworks developed in economics, finance,
financial environment, financial mathematics,                         accounting, organizational behavior and politics
stock and bond valuation, portfolio theory and                        and offer a unique opportunity to explore issues
the theory and practice of capital budgeting,                         that affect the overall direction of corporate
and the marginal cost of capital will be explored                     organizations. The central question addressed
through the use of problems and case analysis.                        is how to compete in various market and
Prerequisite(s): Business 1012, 1013, 1066.                           technological settings to achieve a sustainable
Monday to Thursday; 1 - 3:30 p.m.                                     competitive advantage. Small teams of students
May 2 to 19 . . . . . . . . . . . . Mediastreamed                     then conduct a strategic investigation in a
                                                                      medium-sized to large organization and identify
                                                                      an area for potential innovation with strategic
Finance II                                                            implications.
Business 2039 SDE (.5 credit)                                         Prerequisite(s): For Graduate students only.
This course extends the scope of study in the field                   Mondays & Wednesdays; 6:30 - 9 p.m.
of corporate finance to include financial planning                    May 2 to June 13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lecture
and analysis, the acquisition of short-term,
intermediate and long-term sources of financing,                      Organizational Behaviour
working capital management as well as the                             Business 5318 AA (.5 credit)
theory of corporate capital structure and dividend
policy. Case analysis using microcomputer-based                       Designed       to  develop     a    comprehensive
spreadsheets will be employed.                                        understanding of human behaviour under the
                                                                      constraints imposed by modern organizations.
Prerequisite(s): Business 2019.
                                                                      Students will be exposed to the human side of
Monday to Thursday; 1 - 3:30 p.m.                                     managing organization in today’s environment
May 24 to June 13 . . . . . . . Mediastreamed                         including links between the organization’s
                                                                      strategy, its human resources, the internal systems
                                                                      and processes.
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                                                    Prerequisite(s): For Graduate students only.                          Contemporary Children's Literature
                                                    Tuesdays & Thursdays; 5:30 - 8 p.m.                                   English 3915 SA (.5 credit)
                                                    July 4 to August 15 . . . . Videoconferenced
                                                                                                                          A study of selected writers of children's literature
                                                                                                                          of the present day.
                                                           Classics                                                       Prerequisite(s): One FCE in English at the first-year level including
                                                                                                                          at least one of English 1111 or 1112, or permission of the
                                                                                                                          Department.
                                                    Classical Mythology                                                   Monday to Thursday; 1:30 - 4 p.m.
                                                    Classics 2105 ADE (1.0 credit)                                        May 24 to June 13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lecture
                                                    (Given in English: no other language
                                                    requirements). Introduction to the myths and
                                                    legends of the ancient Greeks and Romans.                                    History
                                                    Discussion of their origin, meaning and
                                                    interpretation. Their representation in Greek and                     The Making of the Modern World
                                                                                                                          History 1100 ADE (1.0 credit)
                                                    Roman literature and art. Their influence on later
                                                    and modern Western literature and art.                                How did we get here from there? This
                                                    Prerequisite(s): None.                                                introductory course explores how historians
                                                    Cross-List(s): English 2105.
                                                                                                                          attempt to explain developments in the modern
                                                                                                                          world during the last six or seven centuries. The
                                                    Monday to Thursday; 5 - 7:30 p.m.                                     precise focus will depend upon the instructor.
                                                    July 4 to August 15 . . . . . Mediastreamed
                                                                                                                          Prerequisite(s): None.

                                                                                                                          Monday to Thursday; 8:30 - 11 a.m.
                                                           English                                                        July 4 to August 15 . . . . . . Mediastreamed
                                                    Classical Mythology
                                                    English 2105 ADE (1.0 credit)                                         Canadian History
                                                    (Given in English: no other language                                  History 2301 SDE (1.0 credit)
                                                    requirements). Introduction to the myths and                          Canadian history from the establishment of the
                                                    legends of the ancient Greeks and Romans.                             first colonial settlements to the present, with an
                                                    Discussion of their origin, meaning and                               opportunity for students to examine in detail
                                                    interpretation. Their representation in Greek and                     selected aspects of this development.
                                                    Roman literature and art. Their influence on later                    Prerequisite(s): History 1100 or permission of the instructor.
                                                    and modern Western literature and art.
                                                                                                                          Monday to Thursday; 11 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
                                                    Prerequisite(s): None.
                                                                                                                          May 2 to June 13 . . . . . . . . Mediastreamed
                                                    Cross-List(s): Classics 2105.

                                                    Monday to Thursday; 5 - 7:30 p.m.
                                                    July 4 to August 15 . . . . . . .Mediastreamed


                                                    Writing in a Variety of Modes and
                                                    Genres
                                                    English 2807 AA (1.0 credit)
                                                    Instruction in the craft of writing in a range of
                                                    forms such as personal essay, creative non-fiction,
                                                    academic discourse, and poetry.
                                                    Prerequisite(s): One FCE in English at the first-year level, or
                                                    permission of the Department.
                                                    Monday to Thursday; 1:30 - 4 p.m.
                                                    July 4 to August 15 . . . . . . . . . . . . Lecture




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                                                                      coordination), the sources and transfer of energy
      Indigenous Learning
                                                                      and the characteristics of the piano. While many
                                                                      motions are involved in piano performance, we
Community Well-Being and Native
                                                                      can recognize them as variants of a very limited
Peoples
                                                                      number of basic or fundamental motions such as:
Indigenous Learning 2315 SA (.5 credit)                               single note technique (movement up and down,
Offers students an understanding of the concept                       rotation, circular movement, and combination
of community well-being as it is perceived                            of rotation and circular movement), chords,
within the context of the Native community.                           double notes and repeated notes, drawer and
The course will identify the various components
                                                                      alternating techniques. These motions will be
considered integral to the continued functioning
                                                                      defined, described, differentiated and integrated
of community life. Topics discussed will range
from family relations to community support                            in musical compositions. Special attention will be
mechanisms, in an effort to understand the                            given to the connection between the technique
various attributes of physical, mental, emotional                     and the expressive aspects of piano performance,
as well as spiritual well-being.                                      such as: soft/loud, gravitation/weightlessness,
Prerequisite(s): None.                                                slow/fast speed of attack, legato/staccato, and
Monday to Thursday; 8:30 - 11 a.m.                                    melody/rhythm. We will propose a scheme of
May 2 to 19 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lecture               piano training and development of successful
                                                                      piano skills based on the principles of the holistic
                                                                      pedagogical approach.
                                                                      Prerequisite(s): None.
      Mathematics                                                     Monday to Thursday; 8:30 - 11 a.m.
                                                                      May 2 to 19 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lecture
Probability and Statistics
Mathematics 4030 SA (.5 credit)
Probability and relative frequency; joint                                    Political Science
probabilities of related and independent events;
                                                                      Mass Media and Politics
Bayes' Theorem; statistical independence;
                                                                      Political Science 2410 SA (.5 credit)
random variables; cumulative distribution
functions; probability density functions;                             The relationship between politics and media and
parameters describing the central tendency and                        the interaction between government, society and
dispersion of distribution; probability distribution                  varying media styles and modes of presentation.
functions in engineering; law of large numbers;                       The course will cover print, radio and television as
central limit theorem; testing hypotheses                             well as film and Internet media, focusing primarily
and goodness of fit; sampling theory; linear                          on Canadian media experiences.
correlation and regression.                                           Prerequisite(s): None.
Prerequisite(s): Mathematics 2070.                                    Monday to Friday; 7 - 9 p.m.
Monday to Thursday; 8:30 - 11 a.m.                                    May 24 to June 13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lecture
May 2 to 19 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lecture

      Music                                                                  Psychology
Piano Performance Technique                                           Abnormal Psychology
Expression and Style (Special Topic)                                  Psychology 3001 SA (.5 credit)
Music 3313 SA (.5 credit)                                             A critical examination of concepts related to
                                                                      the understanding of adult psychopathology.
This course deals with the technique and art of
                                                                      The focus is on symptomatology, assessment,
piano playing and is specifically designed for                        diagnosis, treatment, and causality of mental
piano primary students and piano instructors                          illnesses including depression, anxiety disorders,
who wish to deepen their knowledge of the                             schizophrenia, and substance abuse/dependence.
concept of piano technique in its interrelation                       Prerequisite(s): Psychology 1100.
with musical expression and style. Our analysis
                                                                      Monday to Thursday; 11 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
of piano technique will take into account
                                                                      May 2 to June 13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lecture
human anatomy (muscle tonus, posture, and
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                                On-Campus Courses   on-campus courses
                                                          Social Work                                                           Sociology
                                                    Introduction to Social Welfare                                        Criminology
                                                    Social Work 1100 AA (1.0 credit)                                      Sociology 2221 SA (1.0 credit)
                                                    This course pursues a critical analysis of the                        A study of criminal behaviour; nature and
                                                    evolution of social work as a major social                            incidence of crime and delinquency; theories of
                                                    institution in Canada and the development of                          crime causation and prevention; punishment and
                                                    social work as a profession. Attention is given                       reform.
                                                    to the history of society's response to meeting                       Prerequisite(s): None.
                                                    human needs, to varying philosophical and                             Monday to Thursday; 1:30 - 4 p.m.
                                                    theoretical perspectives and motivations for
                                                                                                                          May 2 to June 13 . . . . . . Videoconferenced
                                                    social work and special areas of concern, such as
                                                    poverty and special needs groups. Attention is
                                                    also being focused on the notion of the "helping                      Technology & Society
                                                    professions" and particularly on the historical                       Sociology 2755 SA (.5 credit)
                                                    and philosophical evolution of the social work
                                                                                                                          Examines the relationships between science,
                                                    profession and the scientific, political, social,
                                                                                                                          technology, social institutions and culture.
                                                    religious and economic forces which influenced
                                                    its development.                                                      Prerequisite(s): None.

                                                    Prerequisite(s): None.                                                Monday to Thursday; 6:30 - 9 p.m.
                                                    Monday to Friday; 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.                               May 2 to May 19 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lecture
                                                    July 4 to 18 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lecture
                                                                                                                          Sociology of Women
                                                    Foundations of Social Work Practice                                   Sociology 3107 AA (1.0 credit)
                                                    Social Work 2401 AA (1.0 credit)                                      An analysis of the social, economic and political
                                                                                                                          status of women in North American society and
                                                    This course is designed to examine the historical
                                                                                                                          in a global context. Topics to be examined may
                                                    development of social work's knowledge base
                                                                                                                          include women's experience of work and family;
                                                    and the philosophical foundations upon which
                                                                                                                          violence against women; health, sexuality and
                                                    it is based. Included in this examination will be
                                                                                                                          reproduction; and strategies for social change.
                                                    a detailed tracking of the development of social
                                                                                                                          Prerequisite(s): Sociology 1100 or permission of the instructor.
                                                    work practice theory and the trends and patterns
                                                                                                                          Cross-List(s): Women's Studies 3107.
                                                    which have led to the evolution of the Ecological
                                                    System Perspective.                                                   Monday to Thursday; 8:30 - 11 a.m.
                                                    Prerequisite(s): None.                                                July 4 to August 15 . . . . Videoconferenced
                                                    Cross-List(s): Women's Studies 4213.
                                                    Monday to Friday; 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
                                                    July 19 to August 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . Lecture                         Spanish
                                                                                                                          Introductory Spanish
                                                    Theory of Social Work Practice I
                                                                                                                          Spanish 1000 SA (1.0 credit)
                                                    Social Work 3401 AA (.5 credit)
                                                                                                                          A beginner's course in speaking, understanding
                                                    This first professional practice theory course is                     and writing the Spanish language clearly and
                                                    designed to provide students with an introduction                     correctly in a wide range of frequently-occurring
                                                    to the generalist practice approach in social                         social contexts. The course includes the phonetic
                                                    work. The course focus is on intervention with                        system, essential grammar and a comprehensive
                                                    individuals and families. Students are introduced                     initial vocabulary. Communication is in Spanish.
                                                    to the ecological-systems perspective as a
                                                                                                                          Prerequisite(s): None.
                                                    broad framework for understanding social work
                                                    problems, and to a range of selected theories.                        Monday to Thursday; 5 - 7:30 p.m.
                                                    Special attention will be paid to approaches                          May 2 to June 13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Lecture
                                                    appropriate for Northern practice.
                                                    Prerequisite(s): May be taken by Social Work students only.
                                                    Monday to Friday; 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
                                                    August 3 to 16 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lecture

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      Visual Arts
                                                                      Art in Public Spaces - A Site Specific
Introductory Drawing                                                  Project (Special Topic)
Visual Arts 1020 AA (1.0 credit)                                      Visual Arts 3823 SB (1.0 credit)
A basic introduction to drawing materials and                         Through lectures and hands-on studio practice,
techniques in which fundamental elements of                           students will be introduced to the processes of
visual communication such as line, tone, and                          developing, creating and installing a temporary
composition are examined within a problem-                            public artwork as part of an outdoor exhibition
solving format. A variety of subjects, including                      during spring 2011. Students will explore what
the nude figure, is explored.                                         public and historical spaces are and how they
Prerequisite(s): None.                                                interact with both permanent and impermanent
Monday to Thursday; 6 - 8 :30 p.m.                                    art objects. Participants will learn how to apply
July 4 to August 15 . . . . . . . . . . . . Studio                    their knowledge in the real world competition for
                                                                      public art commissions and will engage with city
                                                                      officials in information sessions regarding new and
Ceramics Glaze Technology (Special                                    ongoing art projects and city cultural initiatives. The
Topic)                                                                resulting temporary artworks will be placed on city
                                                                      property, along walking trails and/or in city parks.
Visual Arts 2315 SA (.5 credit)
                                                                      Prerequisite(s): Permission of the Department.
Students will learn how to safely mix a glaze.
The Students will learn the difference between a                      Note: The temporary public art installation is made possible with support
glaze, slip and underglaze. Students will develop                     from the City of Thunder Bay's Development Services Department through an
an understanding of glaze chemistry, and                              initiative of the Cultural Services & Events Section and Public Art Committee.
develop their own glazes. The students should be
able to take the knowledge of glaze technology                        A non-credit course option which includes all
to explore a variety of decorating techniques in                      lectures and limited access to the workshops is
their own work.                                                       offered at a reduced cost. For more details, please
Prerequisite(s): None.                                                contact the Department of Visual Arts or the Office
Monday to Thursday; 6:30 - 9 p.m.                                     of Continuing Education and Distributed Learning
                                                                      (cedl@lakeheadu.ca, 346-7730)
May 2 to 19 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Studio

                                                                      Monday to Thursday; 11 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
The Art and Craft of Making Books                                     May 2 to June 13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Studio
(Special Topic)
Visual Arts 3823 SA (1.0 credit)
                                                                              Women's Studies
Using ancient and contemporary binding
techniques, the learner will explore this rare
                                                                      Sociology of Women
and dying art as a form of artistic expression.
Craftsmanship, paper folding, simple stitching,                       Women's Studies 3107 AA (1.0 credit)
cover design, and unusual bindery will provide                        An analysis of the social, economic and political
a basis to use creative and unconventional                            status of women in North American society and
materials. A variety of adhesive and non-adhesive                     in a global context. Topics to be examined may
techniques will be introduced in both soft and                        include women's experience of work and family;
hardcover format. Combined with colour theory                         violence against women; health, sexuality and
and simple relief printed images, this highly                         reproduction; and strategies for social change.
rewarding skill serves well both the artist and                       Prerequisite(s): Sociology 1100 or permission of the instructor.
novice. During or after the course, the students                      Cross-List(s): Sociology 3107.
will display their work in a local gallery space.                     Monday to Thursday; 8:30 - 11 a.m.
Prerequisite(s): None.
                                                                      July 4 to August 15 . . . . Videoconferenced
Monday to Thursday; 7:30 - 10 p.m.
May 2 to June 13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Studio




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                                                                                                                             Professional Development
                                                                                                                                                        http://education.lakeheadu.ca/pde/
            additional qualification courses for teachers
                                    On Campus. Online. On Your Own.
                                        http://education.lakeheadu.ca/PDE
The Department of Professional Development in
Education offers a number of Additional Qualification                  Admission Requirements
(AQ) Courses, Honour Specialist Qualification
Courses as well as Additional Basic Qualification                   Primary Curriculum and Instruction
(ABQ) Courses (for teachers wishing to receive                     (Additional Basic Qualification - Primary Division)
additional certification in the Primary, Junior,                      Prerequisite: An acceptable University degree.
Intermediate or Senior divisions) and the Principals’              Junior Curriculum and Instruction
Qualification Program. Courses are offered in a                     (Additional Basic Qualification – Junior Division)
variety of delivery formats to meet your individual                  Prerequisite: An acceptable University degree
learning needs. Online and Independent Study                       Intermediate Curriculum and Instruction
courses provide flexibility for candidates with                     (Additional Basic Qualification – Intermediate Division)
personal and professional commitments which                          Prerequisite: An acceptable University degree,
may restrict their ability to take courses in a more                 and three full course equivalents in the teachable
traditional classroom setting.                                       subject (listed on Schedule A of Regulation 176/10).
   Accreditation Information                                       Senior Curriculum and Instruction
                                                                   (Additional Basic Qualification - Senior Division
High quality instruction by experienced professionals                Prerequisite: An acceptable University degree,
allows for the personalization of assignments and                     and five full course equivalents in the teachable
activities to fit your unique situation.                              subject (listed on Schedule A of Regulation
All courses are accredited by the Ontario College of                  176/10) with one full course at the 3rd or 4th
Teachers, and our AQ/ABQ/HSQ courses also carry full                  year level. Candidates seeking subsequent
university degree-credit and are recognized by QECO                   teaching subjects must have three full courses
and OSSTF’s evaluation progams.                                       in an acceptable teaching area.
   Application Information                                         Part I Additional Qualification Courses
                                                                      Prerequisites: An acceptable University degree.
1. Online application and course registration is                   Part II Additional Qualification Courses
   available online through our website, however                      Prerequisites: Part I; one year of teaching;
   manually completed applications can be submit-                     signature of supervisory officer.
   ted by email, fax, mail or courier.
                                                                   Specialist Additional Qualification Courses
2. Application Deadlines:                      Spring - April 11      Prerequisites: Parts I and II; with two years of
                                              Summer - July 13        teaching with one in area of specialization;
                                                                      signature of supervisory officer.
3. Where transcripts are required, official transcripts
   must be forwarded directly from the issuing                     Honour Specialist Qualification Courses
   institution.                                                       Prerequisites: 20 full course equivalents; 9 FCEs
                                                                      in the area of specialization with a B average;
4. All courses are offered conditional upon sufficient                 two years of teaching, with one in the area of
   enrolment by the application deadline and                          specialization; and signature of supervisory officer.
   instructor availability.
   Delivery Formats                                                   Further Information
Online courses provide a virtual classroom where                   Telephone: (807) 343-8178
candidates interact with one another and their                     E-mail: AQYourWay@LakeheadU.ca
instructors.                                                       Website: http://education.lakeheadu.ca/PDE

Independent Study courses allow candidates to
complete the readings and assignments for their                     All courses offered are accredited by the
course on their own.                                                   Ontario College of Teachers (OCT).
Blended Delivery courses provide a combination
of shorter on-campus (Thunder Bay), off campus,
or retreat sessions with distance learning, such as
videoconferencing and online learning.
                                        * IMPORTANT INFORMATION *
                      Session            Application Deadline      Course Start Date   Course End Date
                      Spring                      April 11              May 2               June 17

                     Summer                       June 13               July 4              July 29*
               * Except at noted elsewhere.

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                                     Professional Development   additional qualification courses for teachers
                                                                   Additional Qualification (AQ) Courses                                                              Spring           Summer              Fall           Winter
                                                                                                                                              Application Deadline    Apr 11, 2011    Jun 13, 2011     Sep 12, 2011       Dec 5, 2011

                                                                * Pending OCT Accreditation                                                         Course Date      May 2 - Jun 17   Jul 4 - Jul 29   Oct 3 - Dec 16    Jan 9 - Mar 23

                                                                EDUC 4627     Kindergarten

                                                                EDUC 4700     Teaching First Nation, Métis and Inuit Children

                                                                EDUC 4743     Native Languages Part I

                                                                EDUC 4767     Religious Education Part I

                                                                EDUC 4768*    Religious Education Part II

                                                                EDUC 4621     French as a Second Language Part I / Français langue seconde partie I

                                                                EDUC 4622     French as a Second Language Part II / Français langue seconde partie II

                                                                EDUC 4623*    French as a Second Language Specialist / Français langue seconde Spécialiste

                                                                EDUC 4584     Special Education Part I

                                                                EDUC 4584*    Special Education Part I (        in Orillia, ON)

                                                                EDUC 4586     Special Education Part II

                                                                EDUC 4585     Special Education Specialist

                                                                EDUC 4624     Reading Part I

                                                                EDUC 4625     Reading Part II

                                                                EDUC 4626     Reading Specialist

                                                                EDUC 4704     Integration of Information and Computer Technology in Instruction Part I

                                                                EDUC 4705     Integration of Information and Computer Technology in Instruction Part II

                                                                EDUC 4706     Integration of Information and Computer Technology in Instruction Specialist

                                                                EDUC 4580     Guidance and Career Education Part I

                                                                EDUC 4581     Guidance and Career Education Part II

                                                                EDUC 4582     Guidance and Career Education Specialist

                                                                EDUC 4601     English as a Second Language Part I

                                                                EDUC 4602     English as a Second Language Part II

                                                                EDUC 4603     English as a Second Language Specialist

                                                                EDUC 4740     Co-operative Education Part I

                                                                EDUC 4741     Co-operative Education Part II

                                                                EDUC 4742     Co-operative Education Specialist

                                                                                                                                                                                                                   = Blended Delivery
                                                                  Retreat Courses!
                                                                  Outdoor Experiential Education (OEE) –                                                  Environmental Science / Environmental Studies,
                                                                  EDUC 4708                                                                               Part I –EDUC 4667
                                                                  Offered online from July 4 - 29 with a 2 two night                                      Offered online beginning July 4 this course consists of
                                                                  face-to-face retreat near Georgetown, Ontario (exact                                    web-based learning complimented by a face-to-face
                                                                  dates to be determined) this course is designed                                         retreat at the beautiful lakefront Camp Muskoka in
                                                                  to enable teachers to engage their students in                                          Bracebridge, Ontario from August 22 to 27. Hands-
                                                                  outdoor and hands-on learning. The course will                                          on activities will prepare K-12 teachers to begin the
                                                                  prepare teachers to become involved in OEE in the                                       implementation of Environmental Science programs
                                                                  full K-12 context, but offers opportunities to focus                                    in their classrooms in exciting, educational, and
                                                                  on your desired grade range. Course assignments                                         thought provoking ways.
                                                                  are designed to be useful for developing OEE
                                                                                                                                                          July 4 - August 31 ....................................... Online
                                                                  programming in your classroom.
                                                                                                                                                          August 22 - 27 ........................................... Retreat
                                                                  July 4 - July 29 ............................................. Online
                                                                  Dates TBA ................................................. Retreat
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                                                                                                                                                                                                 http://education.lakeheadu.ca/pde/
               additional qualification courses for teachers
  Additional Basic Qualification (ABQ)                                                            Spring           Summer               Fall          Winter
                                                                          Application Deadline    Apr 11, 2011     Jun 13, 2011     Sep 12, 2011      Dec 5, 2011

                                                                                 Course Date     May 2 - Jun 17    Jul 4 - Jul 29   Oct 3 - Dec 16   Jan 9 - Mar 23

EDUC 4620

EDUC 4640

EDUC 4821   Intermediate Curriculum & Instruction (Intermediate ABQ) – English

EDUC 4822   Intermediate Curriculum & Instruction (Intermediate ABQ) – Geography

EDUC 4823   Intermediate Curriculum & Instruction (Intermediate ABQ) – Health & Phys. Ed.

EDUC 4824   Intermediate Curriculum & Instruction (Intermediate ABQ) – History

EDUC 4825   Intermediate Curriculum & Instruction (Intermediate ABQ) – Mathematics

EDUC 4826   Intermediate Curriculum & Instruction (Intermediate ABQ) – Science – General

EDUC 4841   Senior Curriculum & Instruction (Senior ABQ) – English

EDUC 4842   Senior Curriculum & Instruction (Senior ABQ) – Geography

EDUC 4843   Senior Curriculum & Instruction (Senior ABQ) –Health & Phys. Ed.

EDUC 4844   Senior Curriculum & Instruction (Senior ABQ) – History

EDUC 4845   Senior Curriculum & Instruction (Senior ABQ) – Mathematics

EDUC 4846   Senior Curriculum & Instruction (Senior ABQ) – Science – General

EDUC 4847   Senior Curriculum & Instruction (Senior ABQ) – Social Sciences – General


  Honour Specialist Qualification (HSQ)                                                            Spring/Summer
                                                                                                        May 2 - July 22
EDUC 4525   Honour Specialist English
EDUC 4524   Honour Specialist History

EDUC 4560   Honour Specialist Science


  Principal’s Qualification Program (PQP)                                                                                = Online            = Independent Study


The Principal’s Qualification Program is accredited by the Ontario College of Teachers and prepares teachers for
both elementary and secondary principalships in English public and Catholic district school boards in Ontario.
Prerequisites include: a university degree recorded on your OCT Certificate of Qualification, Qualifications in 3
divisions, including the Intermediate Division, five years of successful teaching experiences certified by an
appropriate supervisory officer, accompanied by two Specialist qualifications or a Master’s degree or one
Specialist qualification accompanied by the completion of half of the requirements of a Master’s degree.

                                                                                        Part II (EDUC 9506 AA)
Part I (EDUC 9505 AA)

                                                                                             July 16 - 24 (70hrs)
   video/audio teleconferencing April 18 - May 16
                                                                                             video/audio teleconferencing September 21 -
   July 2 - 10 (70hrs)
                                                                                             October 19

                                                                                             completion of Part II coursework.
Application Deadline: April 4, 2011                                                     Application Deadline: July 4, 2011
                                                                           * Fees *
                                                              PQP Tuition:
                                        Non-Refundable Application Processing Fee:                                $100.00

                                  Non-Refundable Late fee (After registration deadline):

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                                                                                                                             Continuing Education
                                                                                                                                                    www.confederationc.on.ca/ce/ce
                 Continuing Education
                    Register Online / by Phone / In Person
New Programs                                                 Self Study Series
Concurrent Disorders............................... 60         New for 2011, your personal, self-paced
Fundraising Management. ....................... 55                     classroom available 24/7.
Leadership Development Series. ............ 56               Discover these video-rich interactive courses
Medical Records Clerk............................ .63        for yourself. Play, pause, rewind - you
Office Administration-General. ................ 56           control the pace! The new Self Study Series
Small Business Development. ................. 57             is powered by OnlineExpert...a fresh
Workplace Health and Safety. ................. 57            approach to learning online.
                                                                     See page 53 for course selection


New Courses
Employment Law (LDS Program).. .......... 58                     Quick Heading Index
Cake Design Wedding Cake ................ 67
Cooking with Kids Series. ........................ 66
Culinary Series. .................................. 65/66    Academic Upgrading. ...............................59
Dancing with your Chisel Brush. ............. 70             Business & Computers .............................54
Gardening Courses . ............................... 68       Community Services ................................60
Human Relations (LDS Program)............ 58                 Credentialing. ...........................................77
Moosehide -                                          .. 65   Fitness Centre. .........................................78
Mushrooms-Hunting Wild Morels. ........... 67                Frequently Asked Questions. ................... 80
Soapstone Carving. ................................. 70      General Education....................................61
Soul The Necessities of . ...................... 69          General Information. ................................79
Wine - Know Your Wine. ......................... 66          Health Sciences .......................................62
Work/Life The Balancing Act I & II. .......... 69            Just for Fun ..............................................65
                                                             Language & Communications. .................71
                                                             Motorcycle Training. .................................73
                                                             Pre College ...............................................74
                                                             Self Study (Interactive) .............................53
                                                             Summer Academy ....................................52
                                                             Technology & Trades ...............................75




 New Leadership Enhance your leadership skills while networking                                      Learn from
                      with other professionals. Earn a
                                                                                                       home!
Development Series    Confederation College Certificate
                          part-time in the evening.                                                    See page 56
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                              Continuing Education Index                                                       Spring 2011
                                                                                                                               Alpha Index
                                                           A                                                           H                                                      P
                                                           Accounting - all .................................58        Health Diet, Building Blks ................ .70        Painting-Dancing with Chisel Brush. .70
                                                           Administrative Assistant-Qualified.....57                   Health Sciences .............................. .62     Pathophysiology I .............................64
                                                           Anatomy and Physiology I & II ..........64                  Herbs-Magic of................................. 68     Personalize Your Fitness Program ...70
                                                           Arts...................................................70   Home and Garden .......................... .68         Personal Growth...............................69
                                                           Autism and Behavioural Science ......60                     Home Inspection .............................. 75      Persuasive Writing............................71
                                                                                                                       Hospital Ward Clerk/Sec. ................. 62          Photography as a Hobby ..................69
                                                                                                                       Human Relations. ............................ 58       Photography - Digital, Intro. ..............69
                                                           B                                                           Human Resources Management ...... 55                   Pre-College ......................................74
                                                           Bookkeeping.....................................54                                                                 Pre-Health Sciences -full-time ..........63
                                                           Boots-Wrap Around. .........................65                                                                     Professional Writing..........................71
                                                           Building Blks 2A Healthy Diet ...........70                 I                                                      Psychology - Introductory .................61
                                                                                                       Intramuscular and SQ ..................... .64
                                                           Business Fundamentals ...................54 Interactive Self-Study. ...................... 53
                                                                                                       International Education Centre. ........ 72                            S
                                                                                                                                                                              Self-Study.........................................53
                                                           C                                                                                                                  Small Business Development. ..........57
                                                           Cake Design .....................................67         J                                                      Soul The Necessities of. ................69
                                                           Career Samplers ..............................51            Just for Fun ..................................... .65 Stone Carving, Soapstone. ...............70
                                                           Carving-Soapstone. ..........................70                                                                    Study Options. ..................................64
                                                           Communications-Health Pro. ............71                                                                          Summer Academy ............................52
                                                           Communications-Persuasive Writing.71                                                                               Summer Math. ..................................74
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                                                           Community Services .........................60              Languages.& Communications......... 71
                                                           Computer Applications for                                   Law Clerks ....................................... 56
                                                           Business I and II ..............................55          Leadership Development Series. ..... 56 T
                                                           Concurrent Disorders .......................60              Legal Office Assistant ...................... 56 Technology & Trades .......................75
                                                           Cooking With Kids ............................66            Library Tech .................................... .57 Thunder Bay and District Master
                                                           Crafts ...............................................65                                                           Gardeners workshops....................68
                                                           Credentialing ....................................77
                                                           Culinary ....................................... 65/66
                                                                                                                       M
                                                                                                               M2X Motorcycle Exit Training. .......... 73                    U
                                                                                                               Making the Grade. ........................... 61               Upgrading-Academic ........................59
                                                           D                                                   Magic of Herbs. ................................ 68
                                                           Dancing with Your Chisel Brush........70 Master Gardeners Series ................ .68
                                                           Dental Hygiene Professional Devlp ...64 Math-Upgrading Modules. ................ 74                                W
                                                                                                               Medical Office Assistant .................. .62                Welding (all) .....................................76
                                                                                                                                                          ..... 63            Wine, Know Your ..............................66
                                                           E                                                   Medical Transcriptionist ................... 63                Work/Life The Balancing Act I & II. ...69
                                                           eLearning. ....                                     Microsoft Office 2007 Appl. ............. .58                  Workplace Health and Safety. ..........57
                                                           Employment Law. .............................58 Moosehide-Make a Bag .................. .65                        Writing - Persuasive . .......................71
                                                                                                               Moosehide-Wrap Around Boots ...... .65                         Writing - Professional .......................71
                                                                                                               Motorcycle Training. ......................... 73
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                                                           French I . ..................................       Necessities of Soul .......................... 69

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                                                           G                                                           Ozone Depletion Prevention ............ 76
                                                           Gardening-Edible Landscape. ..........68
                                                           Gardening-Hands on. .......................68
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                                                           Gearing Up-Motorcycle. ....................73                                                                        475-
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                                                           General Education ............................61
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                              Summer Academy




                                               Experience the Opportunity of Summer Academy!
                                                  Summer Academy offers an opportunity to increase your grades, lighten your course load,
                                                        complete missing prerequisites, and familiarize yourself with the campus.
                                                          Classes are conveniently scheduled during the day and/or evenings.

                                                Call the Centre for Continuing Education to register at (807) 475-          -800-563-9435.


                                                 Choose from the following courses:
                                                     Accounting (Introductory) AC102 page 58
                                                     Accounting Fundamentals AC202 page 58
                                                     Anatomy and Physiology I and II, HS125 and HS225 page 64
                                                     Communications-Health Professionals CS217 page 71
                                                     Communications-Persuasive Writing-English CS007 page 71
                                                     Computer Applications MC155 (Intro. Microsoft Office 2007) page 58
                                                     General Education - Making the Grade GE113 and Introductory
                                                     Psychology PY199 page 61
                                                     Mathematics - 4 Modules MA022-MA025 page 74
                                                     Pathophysiology I, PN330 see page 64



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                                                                    Bookkeeping                                Business Fundamentals
                                                            Part-time Confederation College Certificate              Part-time Ontario College Certificate
                                                                         Program (5402)                                         Program (0249)
                                                       This certificate program provides individuals with a   This certificate program is designed for students
                                                       basic foundation for maintaining the accounting        who want to develop skills and knowledge
                                                       records of entities in industry, commerce and          appropriate for an entry-level position in business
                                                       government. The program is comprised of nine           settings. The program has been designed to
                                                       courses that include both theory and computer          accommodate the student who wants a basic
                                                       application. You should have access to a               understanding of business practices. These
                                                       computer, familiarity with the computer and            students may opt to continue their education by
                                                       keyboard proficiency.                                  completing additional requirements for an
                                                       Required courses:                                      Ontario Diploma or Ontario Advanced Diploma at
                                                                                                              Confederation College in Marketing, Accounting,
                                                       AC102 Introductory Accounting (OL090)                  Human Resources or International Business.
                                                       AC202 Fundamental Acct. Principles (OL091)             Complete course requirements for the diploma
                                                       AC222 Computerized Accounting (OL746)                  programs are listed on the College website
                                                       AC313 Income Tax I (OL160 & OL075)                     www.confederationc.on.ca.
                                                       AC415 Management Accounting I (OL127)
                                                       BA021 Introduction to Excel 2007 (OL702)               Required courses:
                                                       OL076 Payroll Administration                           OL090 Financial Accounting I (AC102)
                                                       MC155 Microsoft Office 2007 App. (OL 783)              OL257 Communications I (CS007)
                                                       Plus choose:                                           OL135 HR Management Principles (HR131)
                                                       OL711 ACCPAC Advantage - GL and                        OL783 Microsoft Office 2007 (MC155)
                                                       OL710 ACCPAC Advantage - A/P                           OL118 Marketing I (MK114)
                                                       Or                                                     OL612 Business Math (MA132)
                                                       OL711 ACCPAC Advantage - GL and                        OL500 International Business (IN100)
                                                       OL712 ACCPAC Advantage - A/R                           OL338 Business Communications II (CS220)
                                                       Or                                                     OL173 Business. Mgmt./Organizational
                                                       OL753 QuickBooks Introduction                                 Behaviour (HR232)
                                                                                                              OL104 Entrepreneurship (GB250)
                                                                                                              GE     General Elective
                                                       Students completing this College program can also
                                                       apply to the Canadian Institute of Bookkeeping
                                                       (CIB), a national non-profit organization. CIB
                                                       recognizes the nine courses that comprise the
                                                       Confederation College Bookkeeping certificate as       Get acquainted
                                                       credits in their program. Note: they require a
                                                       minimum grade of 65%. Certain courses may be           with our refund
                                                       subject to a time limit for registration. CIB
                                                       enrollment fees and course exemption fees are          policy before
                                                       applicable. For more information on CIB, write to P.
                                                       O. Box 963, 31 Adelaide St. E. Toronto, ON M5H
                                                                                                              you register.
                                                       2G4 or check their website www.cibcb.com.              See page 80 for information.


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Computer Applications for                                      Human Resources
   Business I and II                                             Management
        Part-time Recognition of Achievement                  Part-time Recognition of Achievement
                Program (5000/5001)                                      Program (5050)
The Computer Applications for Business I program       Modern business and industry require an
is designed to train novice computer users, office     effective utilization of human resources to
personnel, supervisors, managers, and                  achieve production on the one hand and job
entrepreneurs on current computer software             satisfaction and development of its employees
programs.
                                                       on the other. An atmosphere of cordial
The Computer Applications for Business II program
builds on the skills acquired in the first level.
                                                       industrial relations is essential to maintain
Participants gain knowledge and experience at the      industrial peace, harmony and stability. This
advanced level.                                        includes successful negotiations for a
                                                       collective agreement covering wages, hours
Required Courses:
                                                       of work, and terms and conditions of
Computer Applications for Business I
OL700 Intro. to Computers
                                                       employment together with the interpretation
OL702 Excel Specialist                                 and administration of the collective
OL757 Windows 98                                       agreement. These sensitive and complex,
OL811 Publisher                                        labour-management relations require well
OL701 Word Specialist                                  trained and experienced personnel.
Computer Applications for Business II
OL703 Access Core                                      Required courses:
OL803 Excel Expert                                     OL135 HR Management Principles (HR131)
OL704 PowerPoint                                       OL185 Compensation Management (HR313)
OL728 Creating Web Pages with HTML                     OL172 HR Planning and Development ((HR512)
       or OL864                                        OL174 Industrial Relations (HR313)
OL804 Word Expert                                      OL173 Intro. to Business Management &
                                                               Organizational Behaviour (HR232)
                                                       OL115 Intro. to Financial & Management
                                                               Accounting (HR620)
                                                       OL404 Occupational Health & Safety (HR511)
 Fundraising Management                                OL142 Training and Development (HR304)
       Part-time Recognition of Achievement            OL137 Recruitment and Selection (HR405)
                  Program (5076)                       Plus - one of the following:
This program equips students with the skills           OL347 Business Writing Strategies
necessary to enhance their marketable skills to        OL338 Business Communications II (CS220)
successfully pursue a career in fundraising in the
non-profit sector. Employment opportunities may
include fundraising management and consulting for
non-profit organizations, social welfare agencies,
hospitals and health charities, university and
college foundations, international development
agencies, and community organizations.

Required courses:
OL157 Introduction to Fundraising
OL156 Fundraising as a Management Process                              For part-time students
OL377 Methods of Fundraising
OL380 Donor Relationships in Fundraising                  Some financial aid options may be available to
OL329 Strategic Management of Campaigns                 part-time students who are considering enrolling in
OL379 Independent Project Fundraising                    post-secondary courses or programs. Individual
       Practices
                                                          post-secondary courses such as Introductory
                                                        Accounting and full programs, such as the Personal
                                                         Support Worker, are currently eligible to students
                                                               who qualify. Call for more information:
                                                                          475-6637
                                                         www.confederationc.on.ca/financialaid


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                                                           Law Clerks Certificate                                    Legal Office Assistant
                                                            Part-time Institute of Law Clerks of Ontario                 Part-time Recognition of Achievement
                                                                          Program (5045)                                            Program (5025)
                                                       This eLearning program is offered in co-operation        The focus of this eLearning program is to develop
                                                       with the Institute of Law Clerks of Ontario. It is       strong office support skills with emphasis on
                                                       strongly recommended that students have a                interpersonal, organizational and communication
                                                       minimum of three years experience in a legal             skills. Graduates of this program will be prepared for
                                                       environment due to the intensity of the courses.         standard operational procedures that are required
                                                       Individuals wishing to pursue a career in the legal      for the smooth operation of a legal office. This
                                                       department of a trust company, local, provincial and     program is offered entirely online and has been
                                                       federal governments, and larger commercial firms         designed for students with little or no previous
                                                       may find this program of interest.                       business or legal office experience.
                                                                                                                Required courses:
                                                       Required Courses:                                        OL120 Office Technology & Procedures
                                                       OL363 Corporate Law W2012                                OL338 Business Communications II
                                                       OL364 Estates W2012                                      OL701 Word: Specialist
                                                       OL362 Litigation F2011                                   OL702 Excel: Specialist
                                                       OL365 Real Estate F2011                                  OL155 Building & Maintaining Customer
                                                                                                                         Relationships
                                                          Visit www.confederationc.on.ca/ce/elearning           OL130 Legal Terminology
                                                                    for course descriptions.                    OL131 Intro. To Legal Office Procedures
                                                                                                                OL072 Litigation Practice & Procedures
                                                                                                                OL044 Real Estate Practice & Procedure I
                                                         Leadership                                                 Visit www.confederationc.on.ca/ce/elearning
                                                        Development                                                           for course descriptions.

                                                           Series
                                                          Part-time Confederation
                                                            College Certificate
                                                              Program (5200)                                     Office Administration-General
                                                       This program will enhance leadership skills and                   Part-time Ontario College Certificate
                                                       develop new skills to help meet career and                                   Program (0230)
                                                       organizational objectives. The program will provide      Your job opportunities in the business world
                                                       a solid foundation for those looking to enter            increase significantly with applied skills obtained in
                                                       leadership positions, and for those currently in front   the Office Administration program. You will become
                                                       line or mid-level management positions. The              a vital part of your organization as a qualified office
                                                       program will build on existing skills and experience     assistant, using current business software and
                                                       and apply those skills to workplace situations.          performing office support tasks such as front line
                                                       Content includes communications, ethics,                 reception, document preparation, filing, arranging
                                                       performance management, change management,               business meetings, preparing minutes and record
                                                       team building, planning, and project management.         keeping.
                                                                                                                Required courses:
                                                       Required courses:                                        OL120 Office Technology & Procedures
                                                       LD100 Communications F2011, F2012                        OL054 Keyboarding for Computers
                                                       LD101 Employment Law S2011 see page 58                   OL701 Word Core
                                                       LD102 Human Relations S2011 see page 58                  OL704 PowerPoint
                                                       LD103 Managing Performance F2011, F2012                  OL702 Excel Core
                                                       LD104 Leading Teams W2012, W2013                         OL612 Business Math
                                                       LD105 Managing Change W2012, W2013                       OL090 Financial Accounting I
                                                       LD106 Finance W2012, W2013                               OL804 Word Expert
                                                       LD107 Project Management F2011, F2012                    OL811 Publisher
                                                       LD108 Leading Responsibly W2012, W2013                   OL703 Access Core
                                                       LD109 Creative and Critical Thinking F2011, F2012        OL257 Communications 1
                                                                                                                OL338 Business Communications II
                                                       Please Note: Courses are scheduled as above but          OA212 Field Placement

                                                       disappointed, register early. Call us now to find out
                                                       how to take the scheduled courses from home.



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                                                            Small Business Development
                                                                   Part-time Recognition of Achievement
                                                                              Program (5075)
                                                           Owning and operating your own small business
                                                           may be one of the most rewarding although
                                                           demanding of career options. Help develop the
                                                           skills and knowledge you need for successful
                                                           small business ownership or management.

                                                           Required courses:
                                                           OL382    How to Start a Small Business
                                                           OL783    Microsoft Office 2007 (MC155)
                                                           OL090    Financial Accounting I (AC102)
                                                           OL151    Writing a Business Plan
                                                           OL341    Small Business Management
      Qualified Administrative                             OL084    Small Business Marketing
                                                           OL746    Simply Accounting (AC222)
       Assistant Certification
 Please call The Centre for Continuing Education
at 475-
  an interest list. For information about Qualified
                                                           Workplace Health & Safety
                                                                    Part-time Recognition of Achievement
     Administrative Assistant certification visit
                                                                               Program (5074)
                     www.aaa.ca
                                                           There is a growing concern for the safety of people
                                                           in their work environment and the related hazards
                                                           that may be found there.               Prompted by
                                                           governments and their agencies, labour and
           Library Technician                              management have identified the need for greater
           Diploma Program                                 experience, knowledge and expertise in the field of
                                                           occupational health and safety for the protection of
  Coming Soon to Confederation College                     people in the workplace. Graduates of this program
                                                           will benefit from a preparatory foundation of study
This part-time, eLearning program is designed to meet      that may help them in pursuit of opportunities in
the needs of individuals already working in libraries or   this field.
other information services who want to upgrade their
qualifications. Other applicants who can demonstrate       Required courses:
the potential to successfully complete the program and     OL498 Environmental Management Introduction
secure employment as a Library and Information             OL474 Ergonomics
Technician may also be eligible.
                                                           OL408 Fire Protection
Most courses are designed in self-study, eLearning         OL443 Industrial Hygiene
format and can be completed as your schedule               OL451 Legislation for Health and Safety
permits. An approved placement component is also           OL052 Management Labour Concerns in
required to successfully complete this program.
                                                           Occupational Health & Safety
                                                           OL404 Occupational Health and Safety
and would like to receive more information as it
becomes available, please call The Centre for
                                                           Upon successful completion of all courses,
Continuing Education at 475-
                                                           students must provide proof of a valid Standard
have your name added to the interest list.
                                                           First Aid and Basic Rescuer CPR to obtain
                                                           Workplace Health and Safety Recognition of
                                                           Achievement. Once all the courses have been
                                                           completed, the individual needs to submit a
 Semester eLearning courses begin                          request in writing to:
               May 13                                      elearning@confederationc.on.ca.
Monthly intakes may also be available
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                                                          Business & Computer Courses                        NEW
                                                                  Spring 2011                                Human Relations                 LD102
                                                                                                             Leadership Development Series Certificate
                                                                                                             This course will provide leaders with the
                                                       Accounting - Introductory        AC102/OL090          appropriate skills and knowledge to be able to
                                                       Students will examine the topics of recording and     effectively recruit personnel, train them, and
                                                       summarizing transactions, preparing worksheets,       manage their performance in a professional
                                                       preparing, adjusting and closing entries, and         manner. Leaders will use their knowledge of the
                                                       preparing financial statements for service            concepts of statutory and common law to conduct
                                                       businesses. This class is offered in Distance         interviews, handle performance problems, counsel
                                                       Education/CENTRA format. Contact              the     and discipline as required, plan and direct training
                                                       bookstore to purchase required textbook at            needs assessments, methods and program
                                                       475-6225.                                             delivery. This class is offered in Distance
                                                              Tu/W/Th May 3-June 2 8:30-11:30am 31933-99     Education/CENTRA format. Thunder Bay students
                                                              K. Ralcewicz      SHC239           $267.75*    can attend at Contact North. Contact the
                                                              Tu       May 17-Aug. 23 6-8:50pm 30133-83      bookstore to purchase required textbook at
                                                              A. Bodnarchuk     CN               $267.75*    475-6225.
                                                              Tu       May 17-Aug. 23 6-8:50pm 30132-50              M/W May 9-June 13 6-8pm              31935-83
                                                              A. Bodnarchuk     VC               $267.75*            K. Ludlow         CN                  $203.50
                                                                       May 13-Aug.19            30195-41
                                                                                eLearning         $357.75

                                                       Accounting - Fundamentals AC202/OL091                 Microsoft Office 2007 App.           MC155/OL783
                                                                                                             This course introduces students to the use of
                                                       This course is a continuation of AC102 Introductory
                                                                                                             Microsoft Office 2007 applications and Windows
                                                       Accounting. Note: This class is offered in Distance
                                                                                                             XP. Specifically, students will use basic and
                                                       Education/CENTRA format.          Pre-req: AC102
                                                                                                             intermediate features of Windows XP, Microsoft
                                                       Contact the bookstore to purchase required
                                                       textbook at 475-6225.                                 Word, Excel and PowerPoint to perform tasks
                                                              Tu/W/Th May 3-June 2 9am-12pm     31361-99     commonly encountered in the workplace. A portion
                                                              H. Carr         SHC233             $267.75*    of this class will be independent study. Distance
                                                              Tu      May 3-Aug.9 6-8:50pm      31362-83     Education and Virtual college students must have
                                                              G.Rowson         CN                $267.75*    access to a computer with Windows XP or greater
                                                              Tu      May 3-Aug.9 6-8:50pm      31363-50     and Microsoft Office 2007. This class is offered in
                                                              G.Rowson         VC                $267.75*    Distance Education/CENTRA format. Contact
                                                                      May 13-Aug.19             30316-41     bookstore to purchase required textbook at
                                                                               eLearning          $357.75
                                                                                                             475-6225.
                                                                                                                     Tu/Th May 3-June 21 6-8pm            31368-99
                                                       NEW                                                           W. McKirdy      SH 343                $287.75*
                                                       Employment Law                  LD101                         Tu/Th May 3-June 21 6-8pm            31371-83
                                                                                                                     W. McKirdy      CN                    $287.75*
                                                       Leadership Development Series Certificate
                                                                                                                           May 13-Aug.19                  30470-41
                                                       commencement of the employment relationship                                    eLearning            $357.75
                                                       through to its termination. An examination of both
                                                       statutory law and common law will be undertaken in
                                                       both federal and provincial jurisdictions. Students
                                                       will review employment standards, health and
                                                       safety, labour relations, pay equity and human
                                                       rights legislation as it applies to management and
                                                                                                             Are you working toward a
                                                       unionized employees and leaders. This class is        post secondary certificate
                                                       offered in Distance Education/CENTRA format.
                                                       Contact the bookstore to purchase required            or diploma? If so, you
                                                       textbook at 475-6225.
                                                               Tu April 26-June 28 6-8pm        31936-99     need to meet admission
                                                               J.D.Corbett       CN Thunder Bay  $203.50
                                                               Tu April 26-June 28 6-8pm        31937-83     requirements. Please call
                                                               J.D.Corbett          CN           $203.50
                                                                                                             Admissions at 475-6213
                                                                                                             for more information.



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                    Self-Study
 VIDEO COURSES
Now you can combine the teaching style of a live,
hands-on classroom environment with the comfort of
your own, private workspace whether at home, work,
                            -speed Internet connection.
Discover these video-rich interactive courses for your-
self. Play, pause, rewind, fast-forward...you control the
pace!


                 Skills Building Courses.
                                         -on-one


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Study on Campus / Study On-line or at Home* - Full or Part-time
   The Academic and Career Entrance Program -
      Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Computers, and Self Management / Self Direction for purposes of
                          admission to College, University, and Apprenticeship.
                      (The ACE Certificate is also recognized by many employers)
                                                                                               *requires high-
        To register or for more information contact...
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                              Community Services




                                                     Autism and Behavioural                                    Concurrent Disorders
                                                                                                           Part-time Ontario College Graduate Certificate
                                                            Sciences                                                          Program (0910)
                                                    Part-time Ontario College Graduate Certificate        This Graduate Certificate program is designed to
                                                                       Program (0632)                     provide graduates of social services, community
                                                   This Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities   services and health services programs with the
                                                   elearning certificate program has been designed to     specific skill set to work with individuals struggling
                                                                                                          with mental health and addiction problems.
                                                   specialization in the area of autism or behavioural
                                                   challenges. Students will be introduced to a variety   Students in the Concurrent Disorders program will
                                                   of procedures used to assess and treat challenging     be trained to work in addiction/mental health-
                                                   behaviours. The program features two placements        specific settings and the broad spectrum of social or
                                                   which will provide students with hands-on              health service agencies where addictions/mental
                                                   experience and the opportunity to put the              health related issues are likely to occur. For those
                                                   knowledge obtained in their theory courses into        already working in this field, this certificate provides
                                                   practice.                                              a specific knowledge and skill set applicable to
                                                                                                          clients affected by addictive behavior and/or mental
                                                   Admission Requirements                                 health-related issues.
                                                   Students must be a graduate of a college two year      For more information visit
                                                   diploma program in education or human services.
                                                                                                          www.confederationc.on.ca/concurrentdisorders
                                                          Call 475-6550 or 1-800-563-9435
                                                                                                                  Call 475-6550 or 1-800-563-9435
                                                         to receive an application package.
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                                                                                                                      General Education
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Making the Grade                                   GE113
This course will provide you with the tools you need to
                                                                                  eLearning
develop the skills, knowledge and attitudes for building
a successful future. You will learn to set lifelong goals,
enhance your communication skills, appreciate diver-
sity, manage time and stress pressures and improve
your study and thinking skills. Contact bookstore to            eLearning is an online learning environment that
purchase required textbook at 475-6225. This is a               allows students to take courses at their own pace
distance education classroom students attending                 while adhering to the course structure and
at Contact North in Thunder Bay will have the
                                                                established deadlines. Instructors are accessible
instructor in the classroom.
      M/W May 2-June 20        6-8:50pm           31925-99      via a number of electronic communication tools
      N. Angus                 CN                 $267.75*      such as email, course chats and discussion
      M/W May 2-June 20        6-8:50pm           31926-83      boards. Through eLearning, students can pursue
      N. Angus                 CN                 $267.75*      their educational goals       whether that is the
                                                                completion of a single course or the fulfillment of
Psychology-Introductory                           PY199         college recognition of achievement, certificate or
This course is an introduction to the world of psychology.      diploma. Students can take courses from their
The student will study the topics of: what psychology is, the   home or office, accessing their course at their
biology of behaviour, sensation and perception, learning,       convenience 24/7. Course materials are provided
memory and intelligence, motivation and emotion, sleep,         online and you may be required to purchase a text
hypnosis and drug states, development, personality, stress      and software (if applicable). Next semester start
and health, abnormal behaviour, and social psychology.          date: May 13, 2011. Over 100 eLearning courses
Contact bookstore to purchase required textbook                 have equivalency to Confederation College
at 475-6225.                                                    courses in full-time programs.
         M/W/F May 2-June 3 1-4pm                 31948-99
                            SHC233                 $267.75*
                                                                Get a head start to your College education over the
                                                                summer! General education courses and many
                                                                post-secondary course equivalent courses are
General Education Elective TBA
                                                                available year round.
(information not available at time of print)
                                                                Please visit:
and understanding of themselves and the world. It is with
                                                                www.confederationc.on.ca/ce/elearning for more
this in mind that our post-secondary programs provide           information about eLearning through Confederation
general education courses. General education experience         College and OntarioLearn.com
deals with the learning outcomes and corresponding
knowledge, skills and attitudes that will enable students to
exceed minimum expectations in their fields of study by                DY
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efforts.
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knowledge, skills and attitudes beyond their vocational and
an essential employability skills education.
Please phone 475-6550 to find out what other option is
available.
         M/W/F May 2-June 3 1-4pm
                                                  $267.75*



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                              Health Sciences




                                                           Hospital Ward                                 Medical Office Assistant
                                                                                                            Part-time Recognition of Achievement
                                                           Clerk/Secretary                                             Program (5030)
                                                     Part-time Recognition of Achievement
                                                                 Program (5055)                       The focus of this elearning program is to develop strong
                                                                                                      office support skills with emphasis on interpersonal,
                                                This elearning program is designed to provide the     organizational and communication skills. Graduates
                                                theoretical training necessary to obtain employment   of this program will be prepared for standard
                                                as a Hospital Ward Clerk/Secretary. Students are      operational procedures that are required for the
                                                expected to have the equivalent of an introductory    smooth operation of a business office. This program
                                                computer-typing course.                               has been designed for students with little or no previous
                                                                                                      business or medical office experience.
                                                Required Courses:
                                                OL402 Medical Terminology                             Required Courses:
                                                OL425 Pharmacology for Medical Office Staff           OL120 Office Technology and Procedures
                                                OL424 Medical Conditions-Medical Office               OL338 Business Communications
                                                      Professionals                                   OL701 Word: Specialist
                                                OL441 Working and Communicating in a Medical          OL702 Excel: Specialist
                                                      Setting                                         OL155 Building and Maintaining Customer
                                                OL420 Understanding Medical tests for Medical               Relationships
                                                      Office Staff                                    OL402 Medical Terminology
                                                OL428 Understanding Surgical Procedure for            OL406 Medical Terminology - Pronunciation
                                                      Medical Office Staff                            OL441 Working and Communicating in a Medical
                                                OL452 Medical Keyboarding                                   Setting
                                                OL406 Medical Terminology II                          OL425 Pharmacology for Medical Office Staff
                                                                                                      OL424 Medical Conditions for Medical Office
                                                   Visit www.confederationc.on.ca/ce/elearning              Professionals
                                                             for course descriptions.
                                                                                                      Electives (choose two of the following):
                                                                                                      OL420 Understanding Medical Tests for Medical
                                                   eLearning courses begin May 13                             Office Staff
                                                                                                      OL428 Understanding Surgical Procedures for
                                                Monthly intakes may also be available                        Medical Office Staff
                                                                                                      OL459 Medical OHIP Billing
                                                www.confederationc.on.ca/ce/elearning
                                                                                                          Visit www.confederationc.on.ca/ce/elearning
                                                                                                                    for course descriptions.




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                                                                                                                           Health Sciences
                                                                                                                                             www.confederationc.on.ca/ce
    Medical Records Clerk
      Part-time Recognition of Achievement
                 Program (5073)

This elearning program provides students with the skills
and medical background knowledge to obtain work in
the health records departments of clinics, hospitals or
insurance companies. Graduates of this program will
benefit from a preparatory foundation of study that may
help them in their pursuit of opportunities in this field.

Required Courses:
OL402 Medical Terminology I
OL406 Medical Terminology II
OL468 Essentials in Health Records Management
OL441 Working & Communicating in the Medical
      Setting
OL440 Medical Office Procedures
OL424 Medical Conditions for Medical Office Staff
OL452 Medical Keyboarding

    Visit www.confederationc.on.ca/ce/elearning                     Pre-Health Sciences
              for course descriptions.                        Full-time One Year Ontario College Certificate (Fall 2011)
                                                                         Delivered by Virtual College
                                                                                Program (0135)
                                                             The purpose of the Pre-Health Sciences certificate
                                                             program is to provide a college level program for
                                                             students who are recent secondary school graduates or
   Medical Transcriptionist                                  mature students wishing to increase their knowledge of
      Part-time Recognition of Achievement                   science and mathematics or students who wish to
                 Program (5035)                              obtain the prerequisites necessary for admission to the
                                                             Health Science related programs at the College.
This elearning program will provide students with
the theoretical and practical knowledge using                Please be advised that this is the College Level program
simulated case studies to meet the needs of the              and is not intended for those wishing to pursue studies in
medical community for skilled medical transcriptionists.     the BSc Nursing or Medical Radiation Technology
                                                             Program. This program is delivered via Virtual College.
Required Courses:
OL402   Medical Terminology                                  For more information and admission requirements
OL701   Word: Specialist                                     please visit the following website:
OL452   Medical Keyboarding
OL352   Writing Grammatically                                        www.confederationc.on.ca/prehealth/
OL456   Beginning Medical Transcription
OL447   Advanced Medical Transcription
OL470   Medical Office Procedures
OL406   Medical Terminology - Pronunciation
OL400   Medical Transcription Fundamentals
OL401   Medical Transcription Styles and Practices

Electives: (choose two of the following)
OL468 Essentials in Health Records Management
OL459 Medical OHIP Billing
OL430 Dental Terminology

    Visit www.confederationc.on.ca/ce/elearning
              for course descriptions.




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                              Health Sciences
                                                             Health Sciences Courses
                                                                   Spring 2011                               Injections-RPN                 WR213
                                                                                                             This course will afford the RPN with the knowledge,
                                                                                                             skill, and judgment in administering intramuscular
                                                                                                             and subcutaneous injections to all clients throughout
                                                Anatomy and Physiology I              HS125/OL432
                                                                                                             the lifespan (neonate to geriatric). A brief review of
                                                This course is a general introduction to the structures
                                                                                                             relevant body systems, legislation, and Colleges of
                                                and physiology that make up the human body. It pro-
                                                                                                             Nurses of Ontario Medication Standards will be
                                                vides the basis for subsequent study of pathophysiology
                                                                                                             presented. This course would be of benefit to RPNs
                                                and patient care procedures. This course will be
                                                                                                             working in all practice areas where they are required
                                                delivered via Distance Education. Contact the book-
                                                                                                             to administer medications. In addition, this course is
                                                store to purchase required textbook at
                                                                                                             of importance for those RPNs who wish to upgrade
                                                475-6225.
                                                     Tu, Th May 3-Jun.21 6-9:00pm             31918-99       their skills to meet current nursing standards.
                                                     L.Bolduc            CN                    $287.75*
                                                     May 13-Aug.19                            30510-41       to the Continuing Education Office.
                                                                                                $339.90           Sa Mar.5            8-5:00pm             26611-99
                                                                                                                  L.Heerema           SH178                $ 78.33




                                                                                                             Pathophysiology I                             PN330
                                                                                                             This course is designed for students who have a
                                                                                                             general understanding and working knowledge of
                                                                                                             the structure and function of the human body.
                                                                                                             Students will examine acute changes that may
                                                                                                             occur in the human body and explore how the body
                                                                                                             compensates for those deviations. Prerequisites:
                                                                                                             HS225, PN225 and PN226. This course will be
                                                                                                             delivered via Distance Education. Contact the book-
                                                                                                             store to purchase required textbook at
                                                                                                             475-6225.
                                                                                                                  Tu, Th May 3-Jun.21 9:30-1:30pm          31941-99
                                                                                                                  C.Hutch/L.Wright                         $377.00




                                                Anatomy and Physiology II              HS225/OL442                    Study Options
                                                This course is the second part of a two part anatomy
                                                and physiology course. It is a continuation of the struc-
                                                tures and physiology that make up the human body. It
                                                will complete the study of the body in preparation for the
                                                study of pathophysiology and patient care procedures.
                                                This course will be delivered via Distance Education.
                                                Contact the bookstore to purchase required
                                                textbook at 475-6225.
                                                     Tu, Th Jun.28-Aug.16 6-9:00pm            31878-99
                                                     L.Bolduc             CN                   $287.75*
                                                     May 13-Aug.19                            30511-41
                                                                                                $339.90
                                                                                                                               Classroom
                                                                                                                         Distance Education
                                                New                              ZA025                                      Virtual College
                                                Dental Hygiene-The Process of Care
                                                Using the Human Needs Conceptual model, the                                     eLearning
                                                graduate dental hygienist can review and
                                                implement the process of care in their dental
                                                hygiene practice. Contact the bookstore to                           For more information visit
                                                purchase required textbook at 475-6225.
                                                      Th May 5-Jun.9       7-9:00pm           31917-99         www.confederationc.on.ca/ce
                                                      S.Raynak             SH C231            $ 82.11


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                                                                                                                        Just for Fun
              All courses listed in this section are held at
    Confederation College in the classroom unless stated otherwise.
       *the HST has increased the cost of these courses and is included in the price of tuition

                       Crafts                                                   Culinary
NEW                        Intergenerational 14+             NEW
Make Your Own Sling Pack (Purse) ZA021                       Cooking For One: Finger Foods & More
Learn how to create a sling pack that fits your size and                                      ZD144
lifestyle. The instructor will guide students through the    Love to cook? Add to the recipes you collected in
process of pattern-making and handcrafting. Materials
will be supplied and some sewing experience is helpful       of this type of cooking class for the first time? Start
but not necessary. NOTE: We will not be beading on
the purse as indicated in the picture below. Bring a large   This course is all about cooking, socialization and
pair of sharp scissors.                                      fun. Bring some containers. Please advise us of
Registration Deadline: March 10.                             any allergies at time of registration.
      W Mar.23-Apr.6      6:30-9:30pm          26585-99            Th Apr. 14          6:30-10pm          31930-99
      H. Pelletier        SH C205              $102.29             J. Strizic          SH B210              $98.90



                                                             Greek Cooking                                 ZB567
                                                             OPA! Visit Greece right from our kitchen. Join Chef Jodi
                                                             and learn something new from traditional Greek ways.
                                                             Learn how to prepare dishes like Lamb Grilling,
                                                             Hummus and Tazatziki and a traditional salad and
                                                             soup. Bring in some containers. Please advise us of
                                                             any allergies at time of registration.
                                                                   Th Apr.7            6:30-10pm          26569-99
                                                                   J. Strizic          SH B211              $98.90




                                                             NEW
                                                             Island Cooking                               ZA019
                                                             Island favourites, for someone who wants to try
                                                             something off the tourist path. Chef Jodi will teach
NEW                            Intergenerational 14+         you how to prepare some traditional Island dishes
Wrap Around Boots                              ZD034         including Jamaican Jerk Seasoning. Bring in some
This simple style 2-piece moccasin can be created by         take out containers Please advise us of any
anyone. You will learn the process of pattern-making         allergies at time of registration.
and handcrafting. No sewing experience necessary.                  Th Mar.10           6:30-10pm          26589-99
Materials will be supplied. Students need to bring a               J. Strizic          SH B211              $98.90
large, sharp pair of scissors to class along with a foot
tracing. Registration Deadline: April 1
      W Apr.13-Apr.27      6:30-9:30pm        26531-99
      H. Pelletier         SH C205             $102.29


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                              Just for Fun                                                                  Cooking with Kids
                                             NEW
                                             Know Your Wine                            ZA022
                                             This workshop will introduce the history, mystique
                                             and ritual of wine from the standpoint of types,
                                             vintages, handling, storage, techniques of wine           Adults spending quality time cooking
                                             service, and merchandising. Please note there will                 with their children.
                                             be no wine tasting during class time.
                                                 Th Mar.3              7-10pm          26587-99          Each child must be registered with an adult .
                                                 D.Mastroianni         SH C239           $43.70




                                             NEW
                                                                                                      NEW                          Intergenerational 8+
                                             Pies, Tarts and Pastry                    ZA020
                                                                                                      Desserts and All Things Sweet               ZA034
                                                                                                      Create original cupcakes, squares and other sweet
                                             some classic techniques and modern spins on
                                                                                                      things. The cost of the course is per pair. Please
                                             making some of your favourite pies and tarts.
                                                                                                      advise us of any allergies at time of registration.
                                             Emphasis will be on techniques for making the
                                                                                                            Sa Mar.26        10-2pm             26596-99
                                             perfect pie crust, the best filling preparations, and
                                                                                                            J. Strizic       SH B211              $113.90
                                             on baking methods to ensure the best results. Bring
                                             in some take-out containers and advise us of any
                                             allergies at time of registration.                      NEW
                                                   Sa Mar.5            10:30-2:30pm    26594-99
                                                                                                     Stolen Recipes From Grandma, Old
                                                   M. Costanzo         SH B211          $120.98
                                                                                                     Fashioned Baking                ZD044
                                                                                                     Peach Cobbler with Cinnamon - Swirl biscuits,
                                                                                                     Apple and almond crisps, Bread pudding with
                                             Salad Sensations                            ZD028       whiskey sauce, Strawberry Shortcake with Orange
                                             This course is all about making fun new salads with     Cream, Brownie Pudding Cake, Baked Rice
                                                                                                     Pudding, Caramel Custard. Join Chef Jodi and
                                             combinations. Side Salads, Hot Salads, Cold
                                             Salads and Main Course Salads will be discussed.        Fashioned Baking cookbook. Bring some
                                             Bring some containers. Please advise us of any          containers. Please advise us of any allergies at time
                                             allergies at time of registration.                      of registration.
                                                   Th Apr. 28          6:30-10pm       31916-99          Th Mar.31            6:30-10pm        26505-99
                                                   J. Strizic          SH B211          $102.35          J. Strizic           SH B211            $98.90




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                                                                                                                       Just for Fun
               Cake Design                                                       General
     Part-time Recognition of Achievement                    NEW
                                                             Hunting Wild Morel Mushrooms                 ZA774
                                                             An informative workshop on local wild mushrooms,
                                                             with special emphasis being placed on the spring
                                                             Morel. Students will learn some of the basics involved
                                                             in order to safely pick wild mushrooms. Students will
                                                             be introduced to one of the jewels of the spring forest
                                                             that will enhance any meal from breakfast to midnight
                                                             snacks and will discover a world of delectable wild
                                                             mushrooms. Preparation and preservation will be
                                                             discussed and recipes shared. With a three hour class
                                                             and a weekend morning in the forest, this class will
                                                             keep your eyes to the earth from May until October,
                                                             when the mushroom world explodes. Participants
                                                             will be asked to sign a waiver form prior to
                                                             Saturday fieldtrip.
Advanced Sugar Flowers                          CK003           Tu May 24 7-10pm & Sa May 28 9-12pm       31864-99
                                                                Or                    SHC254                 $50.40
This course presents many varied ideas for                      Th June 2 7-10pm & Sa June 4 1-4pm         31911-98
incorporating your hand-made sugar flowers into                    D. St. Amand       SHC254                 $50.40
attractive designs for all shapes and styles of
cakes. This is a "Hands-On" course. Each class
students will make flowers and do arrangements on
cakes or cake boards. Individuality and creativity
will be fostered and encouraged. Flat floral
arrangements, raised 3D floral arrangements and
wired floral arrangements will be taught. Students
will receive an introduction to basic fondant and
gumpaste flowers. Except for flowers, which will be
wired, students may use either buttercream or royal
icing. Bring basic cake decorating equipment and
icing for the first class. This course is the prerequisite
for the Wedding Cake Design course below.
Prerequisite: CK002
   W Mar.2-Apr.20           6:30-9:30pm       26484-99
   L. Stewart               SH B211            $129.95


Basic Cake Design II                            CK002
This course is a continuation of CK001 Basic Cake
Design I. Cost of supplies is the responsibility of the
participants and will be discussed at the first class.
Bring a pen and paper to the first class.                    NEW
Prerequisite: CK001.                                         Know Your Wine                               ZA022
       Tu Mar.29-May 3      6:30-9:30pm         31923-99     This workshop will introduce the history, mystique
       L. Stewart           SH B211             $107.10*     and ritual of wine from the standpoint of types,
                                                             vintages, handling, storage, techniques of wine
                                                             service, and merchandising. Please note there will
Wedding Cake Design                             CK005        be no wine tasting during class time.
Learn the fundamental skills of planning, designing,             Th Mar.3              7-10pm             26587-99
preparing, covering, doweling, separating, frosting,             D.Mastroianni         SH C239              $43.70
decorating and setting up as they pertain to real
and artificial wedding cakes. All steps will be dem-
onstrated and ideas will be presented for creating
your own edible and non-edible ornaments. Cost of
supplies is the responsibility of the participants and
will be discussed at the first class.
Prerequisite: CK003
       W May 4-Jun.8        6:30-9:30pm         31922-99
       L. Stewart           SH B211             $137.55*




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                              Just for Fun           Home and Garden                                                            Thunder Bay
                                                                                                                                and District
                                                                                                                              Master Gardeners
                                             NEW                                                                                 Presents:
                                             Magic of Herbs                            ZB874        NEW
                                             Titillate your taste buds and arouse your olfactory                                    ZD055
                                             system with herbs that you can learn to grow easily    Unique Containers & Garden Decorations
                                             in Thunder Bay. Identify some local wild herbs that    Take a look at whimsical and practical containers
                                             may enhance your enjoyment of the outdoors by          and decorations for your garden. Get inspired to
                                             providing flavourful teas, salad herbs, potherbs and   find and create unique containers for your plants,
                                             natural insect repellents. Join in for an evening of   as well as learning the "how-to" of garden decorat-
                                             herb lore and a fiddlehead hunting field trip.         ing. You will be provided with easy to follow direc-
                                             Participants will be asked to sign a waiver form       tions and plans for creating your own unique
                                             prior to Saturday fieldtrip.                           decorations. Learn how to utilize your "yard-sale"
                                                  Tu May 31, 7-10pm & Sa June 4, 9-12pm 31393-99    finds as containers and decorations. Copper and
                                                  D. St. Amand       SH C233             $40.34     cement ornaments, birdhouses and feeders, plant
                                                                                                    markers and painted stones, wind chimes,
                                                                                                    birdbaths and many other projects will be covered.
                                                                                                              Tu Mar.8     7-9pm              26388-99
                                                                                                                           SH C231              $29.38

                                                                                                    NEW
                                                                                                    The Edible Landscape                       ZD107
                                                                                                    Are you looking for ways to integrate edible plants
                                                                                                    into your ornamental landscape? This session will
                                                                                                    explore the range of edible, good yield plants
                                                                                                    available for use in the northern garden. New
                                                                                                    vegetable varieties, small fruits, and strategies for
                                                                                                    adding vining plants such as hardy kiwi, grape,
                                                                                                    squash, climbing beans and peas will be
                                                                                                    discussed. On the design side, creative
                                                                                                    approaches to adding edible plants to a new or
                                                                                                    existing landscape design will round out this
                                                                                                    informative session.
                                                                                                              Tu April 5   7-9pm              31913-99
                                                                                                                           SH C254              $29.38
                                               An opportunity for both youth and adult
                                                                                                    NEW
                                                      peers to learn side by side.                  Hands on Gardening Experience              ZD108
                                                 The Centre For Continuing Education                Look, Listen & Learn
                                               is now offering general interest courses             Take part in a unique opportunity to learn practical
                                                                                                                                           -winning
                                                    for students 14 years and older                 garden.     This session offers three 60-minute
                                                       (unless noted otherwise).                    hands-on workshops in the garden; participants
                                                                                                    will be able to rotate through all three
                                                                                                    workshops.
                                               See this section for additional offerings.           composting and vermiculture (composting with
                                                                                                    worms). Next, learn the logistics of planting a
                                                                                                    vegetable garden and see how it is done. Then,
                                                                                                    see proper techniques for digging, dividing and
                                                                                                    replanting perennials. This date will allow you to
                                                                                                    view a celebrated garden in the early season
                                                                                                    before the beds and structures are filled/hidden
                                                                                                    with plant material. Round out your visit with a
                                                                                                    look in the greenhouse. Class to be held at 1759
                                                                                                    Meryle Street. All participants must sign a waiver
                                                                                                    upon arrival.
                                                                                                              Sa June 4 10-2pm                31914-99
                                                                                                    Class to be held at 1759 Meryle Street.     $42.94



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                                                           NEW
          Personal Growth                                  The Necessities of Soul                         ZD143
                                                           Soul is not the “domestic pet” popularized in North
NEW                                                        American culture through ‘book-of-the-month-club’
Work/Life The Balancing Act: I                    ZD141    best sellers or our current obsession with
Women of all ages face challenges in balancing the         inspirational, positive thinking and heightened
demands of career, family and self. It is by no            spirituality. Soul, in primal and historic traditions,
mistake that ‘self’ is last on the list, how often their   has always been associated with shadowy depth
own well being and needs are sacrificed in an effort       and confusing complexity, an unconscious,
to make everyone else happy. The wisdom                    independent agent that can wreck havoc in well
contained in putting on your own oxygen mask first         ordered lives bent on keeping things secure and
is a foreign concept for those that are programmed         predictable. Drawing on material from Archetypal
otherwise.                                                 psychology, mythology, polytheistic religion,
                                                           anthropology and the arts, this course offers
This course examines the mechanics of juggling             participants an exploration into the nature, desires,
those ever changing demands and rather than offer          and workings of Soul, its influence to direct our
band-aid solutions or clichés, delves into the heart of    actions and movements and its power to make us
the matter—why we do what we do? and goes one              suffer when we ignore its exhortations.
step further in creating a plan for lasting change.             Tu Apr.12-May 10 7-9:30pm                  31929-99
This course will be delivered via Distance Education.           T.Bodnar         SH C254                     $84.41

“To change one’s life: Start immediately. Do it
 flamboyantly. No exceptions.” William James.

     Sa Apr. 9      9:30-3:30pm               31924-99
     C.Green             CN                     $47.80


NEW
Work/Life The Balancing Act: II                   ZD142
This course picks up where the first course ends.
Now that you have a plan, what are the potential
pitfalls and how do you stay true to yourself? Learn
how to shift your perception from self-ish to
self-full, and take care of the most important person
                                                                          Photography
in your life – YOU! This course will be delivered via
Distance Education.                                                               Intergenerational 14+
                                                           Intro. To Digital Photography        ZA221
“To change one's life: Start immediately. Do it            Join in on this single-evening course in basic digital
                                                           photography. Rhys will discuss camera basics and
flamboyantly. No exceptions.” William James
                                                           clarify terms. This is a great course if you are thinking of
                                                           buying a digital camera or have just purchased one and
     Sa Apr.30      9:30-3:30pm               31931-99
     C.Green             CN                     $47.80
                                                           need guidance in operating it correctly.
                                                                  M April 4            7-10pm              30240-99
                                                                  R. Koziy             SH 381                $39.55


                                                           Photography as a Hobby                          ZB216
                                                           Now includes digital!
                                                           Learn how to use your own camera (conventional SLR
                                                           or Digital SLR) to the best of its ability. You will learn
                                                           and review proper photo techniques in a classroom
                                                           setting and by going on field trips. A fun and
                                                           educational experience! (Amateurs only) Participants
                                                           will be asked to sign a waiver prior to fieldtrip.
                                                           Materials required: conventional 35mm camera and
                                                           film or digital single lens reflex camera.
                                                                  M April 11           7-10pm              30237-99
                                                                  W April 13           7-10pm
                                                                  Sa April 16          12-4pm
                                                                  M April 18           7-10pm
                                                                  Sa April 23          12-4pm
                                                                  M April 25           7-10pm
                                                                  R. Koziy             SH C216              $113.00

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                              Just for Fun                       The Arts
                                             NEW                            Intergenerational 14+
                                             Dancing with Your Chisel Brush                  ZC130
                                             Join us to create attractive designs in watercolour
                                             with a 1/2" flat brush. We will practice basic strokes                     Carol Arvonio
                                             and learn how to combine them to paint flowers,
                                             birds, animals and so on. Your work can be used on           Carol is a graduate of Fanshawe College with
                                             greeting cards and stationery. No experience                 a Diploma in Fitness & Health and has been a
                                             necessary. Brushes and paint for use in the class            certified Personal Trainer for over 10 years.
                                             will be supplied. Paper and a coloured example               Upon graduation, Carol began her career in
                                             sheet are provided for a supply fee of $5 payable to
                                                                                                          the Fitness industry as a Personal Trainer in
                                             the instructor in class.
                                                    Sa April 9          9:30am-12:30pm      31912-99      London before venturing back home to
                                                    E.J. Black          SH 183               $25.99       Thunder Bay to continue her career in
                                                                                                          fitness. Carol later managed a local fitness
                                                                                                          centre before residing as the Fitness
                                             NEW                    Intergenerational 16+                 Coordinator at Confederation College Fitness
                                             Soap Stone Carving-Intro.           ZB654                    Centre for the past 4 years. Carol has
                                             Participate in an ancient art form with a rich history and
                                                                                                          lectured at weight loss support groups, health
                                             exciting future with local, renowned artist, Jason Nelson.
                                             You will learn how to sculpt soapstone with traditional      shows, and believes in guiding individuals to
                                             hand tools, such as a hammer and chisels, rasps and          a positive lifestyle change through activity and
                                             files. Explore each stage of the creative process from       proper nutrition.
                                             selecting your stone and choosing your subject matter,
                                             to displaying your finished artwork. No previous
                                             experience necessary. Note: Course fees do not
                                                                                                          New
                                             include approx. $150.00 for supplies to be
                                             purchased from instructor at first class.                    Building Blks 2A Healthy Diet                  ZB286
                                             *Registration deadline is March 30 at 4:00pm. Visit          Recognize how food fuels your body and influences
                                                                                                          your health. Learn the fundamental components to
                                             www.thestonesculptor.com.                                    nutrition and cultivate a stronger, healthier mind and
                                                    W Apr.13-June 1     7-10pm              25782-99      body. It will revolutionize your perception of what foods
                                                    J. Nelson           D 172                $110.27      you decide to ingest.
                                                                                                                 Th Apr.14            6:30-9:30pm         31943-99
                                                                                                                 C. Arvonio           SH C233               $39.00




                                                                                                          New
                                                                                                          Personalize/Build Your Fitness Program
                                                                                                                                             ZB325
                                                                                                          It has been proven that exercise makes people;
                                                                                                          healthy, feel attractive, function more efficiently, and
                                                                                                          more able to cope with stress. This course will assist in
                                                                                                          defining your fitness goals and how to appropriately
                                                                                                          achieve these goals while facilitating a healthier, active
                                                                                                          lifestyle.
                                                                                                                 Th. Apr.28           6:30-9:30pm        31944-99
                                                                                                                 C. Arvonio           SH C233               $39.00




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                                                           Conversational French I                   GS114
       Professional Writing                                This course introduces the learner to basic French,
        Part-time Recognition of Achievement               the French-speaking world and francophone
                     Program 5020                          culture from Quebec. The learner is guided through
This five-course eLearning program will help the student   realistic contexts to language forms,
gain the skills and confidence to succeed as a writer.     communicative practice, active vocabulary,
With an overall focus on getting work published, the       awareness and appreciation of francophone
program introduces the learner to a variety of writing     culture, integrated activities, and meaningful and
opportunities and markets, and explores the                personalized conversations.          Contact the
business side of being a writer. The required courses      bookstore to purchase required textbook at
provide an introduction to the creative writing and        475-6225.
publishing process, and the elective courses give                 M/W April 27-June 8 7-10pm         31886-99
students the opportunity to enhance their writing skills          R. Garceau          SH C233         $214.20*
in their own area of interest. Upon successful
completion of all courses, the student will receive a
Recognition of Achievement from Confederation              Persuasive Writing                CS007/OL257
College.                                                   With a thematic focus on current issues, this
Required Courses:                                          course will help learners to express themselves
OL904 Grammar for Writing Professionals                    clearly, correctly and persuasively in written form.
OL906 Writing for Publication I                            Learners will also engage in analytical reading and
OL941 Writing for Publications II                          critical thinking through assigned readings and
                                                           discussions on a variety of topics. The course will
Plus two of the following:                                 also help learners to effectively compile and
OL917 Poetry Writing                                       present research in essay form according to the
OL905 Romance Writing                                      APA style of documentation. This class is offered in
OL918 Science Fiction                                      Distance Education/CENTRA format. Contact the
OL909 Writing Short Stories                                bookstore at 475-6225 to purchase the required
                                                           textbook. Please note that students taking this
        Literature                                         class at the Contact North sites must have
                                                           access to a computer and internet to complete
                                                           the TLM assignments outside of class time.
 Languages and Communications                                    M/W/F May 2-June 3 9am-12pm         31928-99
                                                                                     SH 358/345       $267.75*
      Courses Spring 2011                                        M/W May 2-June 20 7-9:50pm          31938-98
                                                                 C. Jason       CN Thunder Bay        $267.75*
Comm. for Health Professionals              CS217                M/W May 2-June 20 7-9:50pm          31939-83
In this communications course students will                      C. Jason            CN               $267.75*
enhance their business writing skills to produce                       May 13-Aug.19                 30209-41
letters, memoranda & informal reports. They will
combine collaborative methods with advanced                                           eLearning       $357.75
research, written and oral skills to produce and
present a major formal report. This class is offered
in Distance Education/CENTRA format. Contact
the bookstore to purchase required textbook at
475-6225.
       M/W/F May 2-June 3 9am-12pm          31934-99
                          SH 362/330         $267.75*




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                              International Education Centre




                                                                      Need to improve your English for
                                                                           College or University?
                                                                             Career & Education Services
                                                                    for New Immigrants and International Students

                                                               The International Education Centre offers advanced academic English
                                                               language programs. These programs will help you:

                                                                       Prepare for post-secondary education
                                                                       Improve research, presentation, and note taking skills
                                                                       Meet English language proficiency requirements for admission to
                                                                       Confederation College & graduate studies at Lakehead University
                                                                       Gain two college credits




                                                               Contact: Maritta Polowick, International Advisor
                                                               P: (807)475-6400 E: mpolowic@confederationc.on.ca


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                                                                                                                         Motorcycle Training
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Gearing Up                                   ZA892        M2 Exit Training                             ZA890
Motorcycle Training Program
Since its inception in 1974, the Canada Safety            Is your M2 expiring? Are you ready to graduate to
                                                          your M license? Our M2 Exit Program is designed
PROGRAM has gained world-wide recognition as              specifically for riders who are currently eligible to
the finest rider training program anywhere in the         graduate from M2 to full M status in the province of
world. In the last 16 years, Confederation College        Ontario. Riders must have held the M2 designation
has helped thousands of participants become better,       for a minimum of 22 months, or 18 months if they
more responsible riders through this exceptional          completed our Gearing Up Program. This program
program. Courses operate on scheduled dates, rain         not only provides a skills refresher component but
or shine - see below for participant requirements.        also prepares you for and administers your final
 WE PROVIDE THE BIKES FOR THIS PROGRAM!
   GEARING UP Training Schedule 2011                      license. All classes: Friday 6:30-9:30 pm EST, meet
                                                          in parking lot D (across from the Art Gallery); bring
     May 13 - May 15      SH 233              30199-99
                                                          your bike that night for inspection and
     May 20 - May 22      SH 233              30201-98
     May 27 - May 29      SH 233              30211-97    practice. Saturday 9-5 pm EST, & Sunday 1 hour
     June 03 - June 05    SH 233              30212-96    (booked for the road test).
     June 17 - June 19    SH 233              30213-94
     June 24 - June 26    SH 233              30214-93    NOTE: Riders use their own bikes for this program.
     July 08 - July 10    SH 233              30215-92    Proof of current registration, insurance, and the
     July 15 - July 17    SH 233              30216-91    ability of your bike to successfully pass a road-
     Aug 19 - Aug 21      SH 233              30217-90    worthiness inspection are required to participate.
     Aug 26 - Aug 28      SH 233              31888-89    Failure to provide proper documentation or pass
          ALL CLASSES - Fri 6:30 - 9:30 pm EST            inspection will disqualify you from the program
      and Sat / Sun 9:00 am - 5:00 pm EST Room 233        without refund!
                 Tuition: $460.00
                                                                            Tuition: $405.00
  FREE Sunday lunches provided by...
                                                                    M2X Training Schedule 2011
PARTICIPANTS ARE REQUIRED TO
                                                                May 13 - May 15       SH C214             30224-99
                                        a Driver                May 27 - May 29       SH C214             31889-98
    Examination Centre prior to the start of the course         June 10 - June 12     SH C214             30222-97
    be 16 years of age or older
                                                                June 24 - June 26     SH C214             30221-96
    obtain a certified helmet (DOT or SNELL)
                                                                Aug 19 - Aug 21       SH C214             30243-94
    to come to class with a long sleeved jacket, (not
    nylon) gloves, heavy weight pants (denim
    acceptable), and above ankle boots. (No running
    shoes)                                                                 DID YOU KNOW?
    have appropriate eye protection: sun glasses,           Many insurance companies reduce their premiums for
    protective glasses, prescription eyewear, or helmet   riders who have taken the Gearing Up Training Program.
    visor
    bring rain gear as the weather demands - the                     Ask your insurance company
    program operates rain or shine.
    should possess the skills required to ride a two-
    wheeled pedal bike.                                                      PLEASE NOTE
                                                          There is an inherent risk in learning to ride any two-
              FOR SAFETY REASONS                          wheeled motorized vehicle. All participants will be
Participants not wearing the appropriate equipment        required to sign a waiver of liability prior to the start of
                                                          our training programs. If you are not willing to accept this
will not be permitted to ride and will be withdrawn
                                                          risk, please do not register for the Gearing Up or M2X
from the course. You will not be entitled to a refund     Motorcycle Training Programs.
of fees if you are withdrawn for this reason.

            For additional information call          475-6550 1-800-563-9435
    CN site = Contact North site D = Dorion Bldg MC = McIntyre Bldg SH = Shuniah Bldg OC = Off campus
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                              Pre-College




                                                                                                    Summer Math Upgrading Course
                                                        GED Preparation                             These credit modules are designed to meet the
                                                                                                    needs of people who need to improve their math
                                            What are the GED tests?                                 skills. The course is divided into four modules:
                                            A series of tests in Language Arts, Writing, Reading,   Numeracy, Algebra and Geometry,          Advanced
                                            Social Studies, Science and Mathematics.                Algebra & Graphics, and Measuration,
                                            Successful completion of the GED tests means you        Trigonometry and Vectors. Completion of all four
                                            receive an Ontario High School Equivalency              modules obtaining a grade of at least 60% in all four
                                            Certificate.                                            modules is equivalent to MA131, MA100, MA215
                                                                                                    and OL617. This course is also recommended as a
                                            Who is eligible?                                        good prepatory course for individuals who write the
                                            To write the GED tests, you must meet the following     Mature Student Test for entry into the college.
                                            criteria:                                               T136X calculator required. Note: Each module is a
                                                 Be at least 19 years of age                        prerequisite to the next. Contact the College
                                                 Have not graduated from high school                Bookstore to purchase required textbook at
                                                 Have been out of the school system for at least    475-6225. Access to a computer to complete TLM
                                                 one full year                                      assignments is required. Thunder Bay students
                                                 Be a resident of Ontario                           will attend at Contact North 104-1139 Alloy Drive
                                                                                                    and will be joined by students from across the
                                            For additional information on GED and their testing     region via distance education/CENTRA.
                                            schedule, visit the Independent Learning Centre
                                            (ILC) web site www.ilc.org, select your preferred       Module 1 MA022
                                                                                                          Tu/Th May 3-24          6-8:30pm    30860-99
                                                                                                          C. Bath                 CN            $107.11
                                            the page.                                                     Tu/Th May 3-24          6-8:30pm    31526-83
                                                                                                          C. Bath                 CN            $107.11
                                                                                                          Tu/Th May 3-24          6-8:30pm    30747-50
                                            GED Preparatory Course                    ZB477               C. Bath                 VC            $107.11
                                            If you feel you have the skill level to write the GED   Module 2 MA023
                                             (General Educational Development) tests but need             Tu/Th May 31-June 21    6-8:30pm    30861-99
                                            a refresher on some topics or want a chance to                C. Bath                 CN            $107.11
                                            review the testing format, this 60-hour course will           Tu/Th May 31-June 21    6-8:30pm    31527-83
                                                                                                          C. Bath                 CN            $107.11
                                            help you prepare. The focus of this course is on              Tu/Th May 31-June 21    6-8:30pm    30748-50
                                            Math and English Writing skills with an assessment            C. Bath                 VC            $107.11
                                            of your ability to successfully complete the GED        Module 3 MA024
                                            tests. The Ministry of Education and Training                 Tu/Th June 28-July 19   6-8:30pm    30862-99
                                            schedules GED tests at Confederation College                  C. Bath                 CN            $107.11
                                            several times per year. Why not be prepared to                Tu/Th June 28-July 19   6-8:30pm    31524-83
                                            write? Note: Thunder Bay students are joined by               C. Bath                 CN            $107.11
                                            students from across the region via distance                  Tu/Th June 28-July 19   6-8:30pm    30749-50
                                            education/CENTRA. Tuesday night classes will run              C. Bath                 VC            $107.11
                                            7-9:50pm and Thursday night classes will run 6-         Module 4 MA025
                                                                                                          Tu/Th July 26-Aug. 16   6-8:30pm    30863-99
                                            8:50pm at Contact North 104-1139 Alloy Drive.                 C. Bath                 CN            $107.11
                                                   Tu/Th May 10-July 14               30192-99
                                                                                                          Tu/Th July 26-Aug. 16   6-8:30pm    31525-83
                                                   A. Conlon            CN              $377.00           C. Bath                 CN            $107.11
                                                   Tu/Th May 10-July 14               30193-83
                                                                                                          Tu/Th July 26-Aug. 16   6-8:30pm    30750-50
                                                   A. Conlon            CN              $377.00           C. Bath                 VC            $107.11



                                                   M = Monday, Tu = Tuesday, W = Wednesday, Th = Thursday, F = Friday, Sa = Saturday, Su = Sunday
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                                                                                                                  Technology and Trades
    Geographic Information                                 Ontario Association of
       Systems (GIS)                                      Home Inspection (OAHI)
       Part-time Recognition of Achievement
                                                                            Program 5060
                   Program 5022
                                                        Part-time Ontario Association of Home Inspection (OAHI)
This online part-time program provides an
                                                       In conjunction with Seneca College and Carson
introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
                                                       Dunlop & Associates and in cooperation with the
for people who are or will be end users of GIS and
                                                       Ontario Association of Home Inspectors (OAHI),
those who wish to increase their knowledge of this
                                                       Confederation College is offering an online part-
emerging technology. Individuals working in Urban
                                                       time 10 subject Home Inspection program that
Planning, Civil Engineering, Transportation
                                                       incorporates the Standards of Practice of ASHI/
Engineering, Resources and Business may find this
                                                       CAHPI (American Society of Home Inspectors/
program of interest. Upon successful completion of
                                                       Canadian Association of Home and Property
all courses, the student will receive a Recognition
                                                       Inspectors). Successful completion of the program
of Achievement from Confederation College.
                                                       fulfills many of the requirements of becoming a
Required Courses:                                      Registered Home Inspector with the Ontario
OL609 Remote Sensing                                   Association of Home Inspectors. For details, please
OL631 Designing, Managing/Implementing a GIS           visit www.oahi.com
OL703 Access: Specialist
OL731 Introduction to Geographic Information           Required Courses:
       Systems                                         OL619 Air Conditioning and Heat Pump Inspection
OL739 Internet Mapping                                 OL620 Communication and Professional Practices
OL801 Access: Expert                                   OL623 Electrical Inspection
OL833 GIS Software: ArcView                            OL624 Exterior Inspection
OL921 Global Positioning Systems                       OL625 Heating Inspection I
 Visit www.confederationc.on.ca/ce/elearning           OL626 Heating Inspection II
           for course descriptions.                    OL627 Interior and Insulation Inspection
                                                       OL628 Plumbing Inspection
                                                       OL629 Roofing Inspection
                                                       OL630 Structural Inspection
                                                             Visit www.confederationc.on.ca/ce/elearning
                                                                       for course descriptions.

              For part-time students
   Some financial aid options may be available to
 part-time students who are considering enrolling in
  post-secondary courses or programs. Individual
   post-secondary courses such as Introductory
 Accounting and full programs, such as the Personal
  Support Worker, are currently eligible to students
        who qualify. Call for more information
                   475-6637
     www.confederationc.on.ca/financialaid


                       For additional information call 475-6550        1-800-563-9435
         = Classroom            = Distance Education        = eLearning           = Virtual College
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                              Technology and Trades         Ozone Depletion                                         Introduction to Welding
                                                         Prevention Certification                                     One day Workshops
                                                                   Part-time HRAI Certification

                                                      Ozone Depletion Prevention Certificate IB802               These one day workshops will give someone within
                                                      This six hour environmental awareness training course      the industry or those with a general interest in
                                                                                                                 welding (home handyman) an introduction to
                                                      for Reducing CFC Emissions in Refrigeration and Air        various types of welding. Using state-of-the-art
                                                                                                     with        equipment , these one day sessions will introduce
                                                      environmentally correct equipment design, proper           students to the college welding shop and help give
                                                                                                                 you the confidence required to prepare and
                                                      participants for complying with provincial regulations     continue on in a career in welding. Full courses
                                                      covering refrigeration and air conditioning systems.       will be scheduled in the evening for the fall
                                                      Participants must achieve a mark of 75% or better on       semester. Look for full course details in the Fall
                                                      the exam to receive an Ozone Depletion Prevention          Key.
                                                      (ODP) card. This card must be renewed every five
                                                      years. NOTE: this course is strictly theory and does not
                                                      incorporate hands-on training. This course is offered      Intro. to MIG Welding                   WE510
                                                      via distance education where the students and              This introductory class exposes students to the
                                                      instructor at the Contact North site in Thunder Bay        basic theory and practice of MIG welding.
                                                      are joined by students from across Northern                       Sa    April 2      9am-4pm       31947-99
                                                      Ontario. Manual and exam included in course                                          D165            $96.17
                                                      fee. Registration Deadline for this all day course
                                                      is Wednesday April 20, 2011 at 4pm..                       Intro. to Basic SMAW Techniques WE710
                                                            Sa April 30         9-4pm             31384-99
                                                                                                                 (Stick Welding)
                                                            R. Pukila           CN                 $174.70
                                                            Sa April 30         9-4pm             31383-83       This welding class introduces the student to more
                                                            R. Pukila           CN                 $174.70       than one stick electrode type and classification
                                                                                                                 through four standard joint positions Flat,
                                                                                                                 Horizontal, Vertical and Overhead (Tee joints).
                                                                                                                        Sa    April 9      9am-4pm       31946-99
                                                                            Welding                                                        D165            $96.17


                                                      Please note: fees for welding courses                      Intro. to TIG Welding                   WE610
                                                      delivered through The Centre for Continuing                (Mild Steel & Aluminum)
                                                      Education may fluctuate from semester to                   This class will introduce students to basic TIG
                                                      semester based on current rate of                          (Tungsten Inert Gas) weld joints (mild steel,
                                                      consumables and materials. Students are                    aluminum and stainless steel).
                                                      required to wear proper shop clothing including                    Sa     April 16   9am-4pm       31945-99
                                                      CSA-approved safety shoes/boots, clear safety                                        D 165           $96.17
                                                      glasses with side shields.


                                                      Welding for the Handyman                    ZA485
                                                      This course will introduce the home handyman to
                                                      wire feed welding machines. It is perfect for the
                                                      person who just bought a wire feed machine or
                                                      someone who is thinking about purchasing one.
                                                      Basic set up of equipment and proper operation will
                                                      be covered. Various types of welding machines will
                                                      be available for both demonstrations and hands-on
                                                      training.
                                                              Sa April 30           9-5pm         31388-99
                                                                                    D165           $108.25




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                                                                                                                       Credentialing
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           Recognition of Completion                                  Ontario College Certificate
A local credential that identifies completion of special  A Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities
professional developmental courses primarily geared       (MTCU) credential that meets all specific vocational
to workers in the nursing or health-care fields. Many of  learning outcomes as defined by provincial program
these programs consist of a single 45 to 60 hour          standards, where these exist. Complexity of knowledge
course of study. Most require professional designation    would prepare graduates to perform in varied activities
(ie: RN or RPN) as a prerequisite. The credential is      or knowledge application situations where the range of
determined locally at the departmental (Director)         contexts in which the choice of actions required is
level.                                                    usually clear, and there is limited complexity in the
     Dental Assisting Update                              range of options to be applied. Most Ontario College
                                                          Certificate programs require 2
     Diabetes: The Basics
                                                          semesters (full-time) for completion.
                                                               Personal Support Worker
           Recognition of Achievement
A local credential that identifies completion of a series      Pre-Health Sciences
of related courses that focus on specific occupational
skills. Programs are vocational in nature and generally,               Ontario College Diploma
registration does not require post-secondary eligibility A Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities
requirements. Most programs require the completion (MTCU) that meets all specific vocational learning
of 4 to 6 courses in a related area of study. The outcomes as defined by provincial program standards,
credential is determined locally at the                   where these exist. Complexity of knowledge covers the
departmental (Director) level.                            planning and initiation of alternative approaches to skill
      Fundraising Management                              and knowledge application across a broad range of
                                                          technical and/or administrative requirements,
      Medical Office Assistant                            coordination and evaluation. Most Ontario College
                                                          Diploma programs require 4 semesters (full-time) for
                 Board of Governors                       completion.
         Confederation College Certificate                     Business HR
A locally approved credential that focuses on
                                                               Educational Assistant
preparing graduates to begin post-secondary studies
or may focus on targeted vocationally specific skills.
Most programs require the completion of a series of             Ontario College Graduate Certificate
courses that ensure graduates meet identified, A Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities
Program Learning Outcomes as determined by the (MTCU) credential that meets all specific vocational
Vice President, Academic. The credential is deter- learning outcomes as defined by provincial program
mined locally at the Vice President, Academic standards, where these exist. Complexity of knowledge
level and approved by the Confederation College would enhance the ability of graduates to perform a
Board of Governors.                                       more specialized range of activities. Leadership and
      Aboriginal Canadian Relations                       guidance may be involved when organizing self or
                                                          others as well as contributing to technical solutions of a
      Food Services Worker                                non-routine or contingency nature. These programs
      Leadership Development Series                       usually require completion of a College Diploma or
                                                          University Degree Program, in a related field.
                                                               Autism and Behavioural Sciences
                                                               Diabetes Education (RN or RD)




    For a complete list of our Credential Programs visit the Continuing Education section of the

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                       General Information




                                                                                                                 General Information
                                                                                                                                       www.confederationc.on.ca/ce
             How To Register                                  Intergenerational Learning
Thinking of registering? Be sure to register at least     Imagine an educational system where both youth
one week in advance of course start date as courses       and adult peers learn side by side. The Centre For
may be cancelled due to insufficient registrations.       Continuing Education is now offering part-time
                                                          general interest courses for students 12 years and
Web Register
                                                          older. Please see our Just for Fun section for
Visit our web site at www.confederationc.on.ca/ce
                                                          opportunities.
By Phone or In Person - Room A122
475-                            -800-563-9435
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday by Visa,
                                                                               Parking
MasterCard, Interac, cheque or cash.
4:30 - 7:30 p.m. Monday-Thursday by credit card or        You only need a parking permit if you are attending
cheque only                                               classes between 8 am and 5 pm on weekdays. If
Summer Hours-8:30-4:30 Monday-Friday, May 24-             you are a part-time day student, a pass is available
Sept.2 inclusive                                          from the Centre for Continuing Education A122
                                                          Shuniah Building.
Note: For general college inquiries or to apply
for full time programs call 475-6110.
                                                                    Entry Requirements
                 Course Fees                              Post Secondary Programs
                                                          Ontario Secondary School Diploma or Successful
Total fees (including material fees, if applicable) are   completion of Mature Student Test or Appropriate
required at time of registration.                         credits from Academic and Career Entrance.
                                                          Non-Post Secondary Programs
The 60 Advantage                                          Ontario Secondary School Diploma or nineteen
Reduced tuition fees apply to individuals who are         years of age or older. Unless otherwise stated.
60 years of age or older. Course tuition fees
marked with an * are eligible. (i.e. $177.00*) For
more information call 475-6          .
                                                                  Textbook Information
                                                          Most post secondary courses as well as some
* Programs and courses may be subject to HST
                                                          general interest courses require textbooks. Please
                                                          inquire upon registering. Textbooks can be purchased
                                                          on campus at the Follett Bookstore. For textbook
                                                          inquiries please call 475-6225 or Fax 622-7797.
                Prerequisites
Some courses require prerequisites to be                              College Closures
completed before registering. Please make sure
that you have successfully completed the
                                                          The college will be closed:
applicable prerequisite courses to avoid problems
with the course material and/or with your transcript.
                                                          Friday April 22, Monday May 24, Friday July 1 and
                                                          Monday August 1.

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                              Frequently Asked Questions




                                                                                                                    How do I check my College email?
                                                           Now What?                                                Go to www.confederationc.on.ca
                                                           A $15.00 administrative fee will be charged on all
                                                           withdrawals.                                                 right-hand side of the page
                                                           Part-time Withdrawal and Refund                              when prompted with a logon window, enter
                                                              a written request must be submitted on or before          your regular College network account username
                                                           the second scheduled class in person or by email             and password
                                                           to ce@confederationc.on.ca
                                                           Classes/courses up to 12 hours in duration
                                                             a written request must be submitted two working        How do I access my transcript?
                                                           days before the start date of the course unless          Go to www.confederationc.on.ca
                                                           otherwise noted, in person or by email as above.
                                                           eLearning Withdrawal and Refund                              right-hand side of the page
                                                             written request must be emailed to                         when prompted with a logon window, enter
                                                           elearning@confederationc.on.ca                               your regular College network account username
                                                           Please refer to your eLearning registration letter for       and password
                                                           dates.
                                                           For our full withdrawal and refund policy visit
                                                           www.confederationc.on.ca/ce

                                                           How do I know which delivery
                                                           method is best for me?
                                                           For a description of delivery methods visit our web
                                                                                                                    How do I access my T2202A tax
                                                           site www.confederationc.on.ca/ce                         certificate?
                                                           Delivery methods are identified by icons:                Same process as above.




                                                                                                                        select the appropriate year
                                                           Why do I need a College username and
                                                           password?
                                                           Most faculty (excluding general interest courses) at     How do I know if the course I am
                                                           Confederation College will communicate with you          taking prepares me for the
                                                           outside of class time via webmail and Blackboard.
                                                           You need a username and password to access               workforce?
                                                           your college email and Blackboard accounts. You          Courses and programs offered through the Centre
                                                           also require a username and password to                  for Continuing Education include curriculum that is
                                                           access your student information in Banner SSB.           reasonably believed to prepare graduates for a
                                                                                                                    particular career field. Please be advised however
                                                                                                                    that prior to registering, it is incumbent on the
                                                           How do I get a username and                              student to check with potential employers in their
                                                           password and what if it does not                         own community to determine if a specific course or
                                                                                                                    program is acceptable preparation for employment
                                                           work?                                                    at their particular business or organization.
                                                           Contact the Help Desk at (807) 475-6488 or
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                                                                                                                          Index
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                                                     Recreation & Culture
                                                          www.ThunderBay.ca/Rec&Culture


                                                     Parks
                                                          www.ThunderBay.ca/Parks
Community
Services Department                                  Golf Thunder Bay
                                                          www.ThunderBay.ca/Golf


                             COMMUNITY
                                                                                        PARKS
                             RECREATION
             Registration                                         Tree Stewardship....................106, 107
             Information.......................................82
             Children (5-12)
             Chippewa Summer Camps...............86                                  GOLF
             Community Centres ................118-129                            THUNDER BAY
             Girl Power ........................................87   Spring Golf Lessons.........................98
             Junior Golf .............................100, 101       Junior Golf Camps .........................101
             Junior Inclusion Services .................91           Junior Skills Clinic.........................101
             Neighbourhood Recreation ........84, 85                 2010 Membership Rates...................99
             P.R.O. Kids.............................103, 104        Wee Links Golf Clinics..................100
             Youth Week ......................................88     Junior Golf and P.R.O. Kids...........100
             Youth (13-18)
             Community Centres ................118-129
             Girl Power ........................................87                  COMMUNITY
             High Five PHCD Certification.........89                                 AQUATICS
             Inclusion Services ............................92
             Junior Inclusion Services .................91           Swim Program Information ...........149
             Junior Golf .............................100, 101       General Information.......................147
             P.R.O. Kids.............................103, 104        Registration Information ................147
             Tennis .....................................102, 103    Leadership Schedule ......................151
             Volunteer Opportunities ...................83           Adult Health, Wellness & Fitness ..152
             Youth Week ......................................88     Recreational Swim Schedules........153
                                                                     Birthday Parties..............................153
             Adult
             Access Sport...............................94, 95
             Community Centres ................118-129
             Fitness for Unique Needs.................89                CANADA GAMES COMPLEX
             Golf ............................................98, 99
             Inclusion Services ............................92 Adult Health,Wellness
             Tennis .....................................102, 103 & Fitness ........................................142
             Older Adults                                            Adult Learn to Swim......................138
                                                                                                                                  Community Services Department
             Community Centres ...............118-129 Aquatic Fitness...............................138
             Herb Carroll 55 Plus Centre ...... 116-117 Babysitting Service .......................140
             Thunder Bay 55 Plus Centre ......108-115 Diving Club....................................139
             Volunteer Opportunities ...................83 First Aid & CPR Training ............. 137
             Recreation 55 Activators................107 Fitness & Lifestyle Appraisal.........143
                                                                     Learn to Swim ...............................135
             Community Interest                                      Lifesaving Programs .....................137
             Access Sport...............................94, 95 Recreational Swim Schedule .........139
             Community Partners for Stroke .......96 Registration Procedure................ 130
             Event Services................................105 Squash ............................................141
             Fitness for Unique Needs.................89 User Policy.....................................132
             Help for Support People...................97
             High Five PHCD Certification.........89
             Inclusion Services ............................92
             Leisure Resources Committee .........96
             P.A.L Card........................................93
             P.R.O. Kids Family Skate.................97
             Tools for Play ...................................90               To Register
             Volunteer Opportunities ...................83                       Call Now!
             Warehouse Project............................96
                                                                                      625-8463                             81
                                How to Register
www.ThunderBay.ca/Rec&Culture
                                                                                                       How To Register
                                                                                        PHONE                                                      IN PERSON
                                                                                  Phone our                                                Register at the following locations.
                                                                           “REGISTRATION HOTLINE”                                     Please call the facility for hours of operation.
                                                                                                                                                  Victoriaville Civic Centre
                                                                             625-TIME (8463)                                                          Victoriaville Mall
                                                                                                                                                   111 Syndicate Avenue S.
                                                                      Our registration hotline will be open 24 hours
                                                                      a day, seven days a week. If a registration                               Thunder Bay 55 Plus Centre
                                                                      agent is not available to take your call, you                                  700 River Street
                                                                      will be forwarded to voice mail.
                                                                      We will need:                                                       Sir Winston Churchill Community Pool
                                                                                   the course name and code                                         130 Churchill Drive
                                                                                   participant name
                                                                                   address and postal code                                              Volunteer Pool
                                                                                   date of birth                                                       180 Martha Street
                                                                                   phone numbers
                                                                                                                                                   Canada Games Complex
                                                                            Please have your Visa or Mastercard                                     420 Winnipeg Avenue
                                                                               number and expiry date ready.
                                                                         Payment is required at time of registration.               Payment can be made by cash, cheque, money order
                                                                                                                                                   or Visa/Mastercard

                                                                                                         Extra Registration Hotline Coverage
                                                                       From the day The Key is delivered to homes, we have extra staff covering the registration hotline. For one month
                                                                       we have staff answering the phones in the evenings and on the weekends during the following hours:
                                                                                Monday - Friday 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.                               Saturday & Sunday 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.
                                                                            These staff are dedicated to just taking registration calls. If you are having trouble getting through on the
                                                                                              hotline during business hours, we now have this option for you to try.
                                                                      NEWS!
                                                                      NEWS!
                                                                                                   Federal Children’s Fitness Tax Credit
                                                                                                    Federal Children’s Fitness Tax Credit
                                                                                                   Federal Children’s Fitness Tax Credit
                                                                       The Federal Children’s Fitness Tax Credit is a non-refundable tax credit on eligible amounts of up to $500 paid by
                                                                        The Federal Children’s Fitness Tax Credit          non-refundable tax credit on eligible amounts up to $500 paid
                                                                      The Federal Children’s Fitness Tax Credit is a non-refundabletax credit on eligible amounts ofof up to$500 paid byby
                                                                        parents/guardians to register                         age of      an eligible program of physical activity. The credit applies
                                                                      parents/guardians to registertheir children under thethe age16 in16 in an eligible program of physical activity. The more
                                                                       parents/guardians to registertheir children under the age of 16 in an eligible program of physical activity. For credit
                                                                                                       their children under            of
                                                                                                           which have a significant a significant physical activity component criteria. For more
                                                                        to supervised children’s programs programs which have physical activity component and meet specifiedand meet specified
                                                                      applies to supervised children’s
                                                                       information, go to www.cra-arc.gc.ca/whatsnew/fitness-e.html. Parents/guardians are encouraged to keep ALL re-
                                                                        information more information about the criteria, go to www.cra-arc.gc.ca/whatsnew/fitness-e.html.
                                                                      criteria. Forabout the criteria, go to www.cra-arc.gc.ca/whatsnew/fitness-e.html. Parents/guardians are encouraged to keep
                                                                       ceipts receipts for& recreation programs.
                                                                        ALL for sports sports & recreation programs for 2007. The Federal Government plans to release full guidelines for claims
                                                                      P     t/      di                     d t k      ALL         i t f         t &          ti               f 2008 Th F d l

                                                                      General Registration Information                                                                Problem registering?
                                                                      • Most programs have limited registration done on a first come, first served basis.            Please call the Systems
                                                                      • Payment in full must accompany registration.                                                 Planning Coordinator
                                      Community Services Department




                                                                                                                                                                          at 625-2879
                                                                      Satisfaction Guaranteed
                                                                      We sincerely hope that you enjoy our programs. If not completely satisfied with your programs, please speak to the
                                                                      Supervisor of the program area before the SECOND class to receive a full refund. Refunds granted after the second
                                                                      class are pro-rated. Medical certificates may be required. No refunds after mid-point of programs.

                                                                      Services for People With a Disability
                                                                      • The Community Services Department works to improve the availability and accessibility of recreation for people
                                                                        of all ages and abilities. Information and program support is provided to assist people with a disability to
                                                                        participate in recreation activities. For more information, please call 625-2930 or the TTY Relay Service at 711.
                                                                      • Audio Cassette Tapes and CDs. of the Community Services Department programs/services listed in this
                                                                        publication are available at the Libraries, Victoriaville Civic Centre or by calling 625-2930.
                                                                      • Support Person - No fee if supporting a person with a PAL (Personal Attendant for Leisure) Card.

                                                                      Subsidization
                                                                      The RECREATION & CULTURE DIVISION has a policy to assist people who wish to participate in its instructional
                                                                      programs. If you require assistance with program fees, you must contact a Supervisor at 625-2351. This policy ap-
                                                                      plies to registered programs directly administered by the Recreation & Culture Division. Children may apply for pro-
                     82                                               gram assistance through P.R.O. Kids. For information call 625-3212.
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     Community Services Department   www.ThunderBay.ca/Rec&Culture
www.ThunderBay.ca/Rec&Culture
                                Neighbourhood Recreation




                                                                                                       NEIGHBOURHOOD
                                                                                                         RECREATION
                                                                                                          PROGRAM
                                                                                                                                    Girl Empowerment
                                                                         Children's Programming                                   The Girl Empowerment Program
                                                                         Neighbourhood Recreation Program (NRP) is a              emphasizes healthy choices, nutrition,
                                                                         FREE, inclusive, drop-in program for children aged       physical activity body image and other
                                                                         5-12. Our leaders are trained in first aid, crafts,      issues facing girls aged 10-15. Sites open
                                                                         games, behavior management, inclusion and the            Sept. 20–Dec.16 and Jan. 10–May 5.
                                                                         Principles of Healthy Childhood Development.             Sites close May 5, 2011.
                                                                         Sites open Sept. 20–Dec.16 and Jan. 10–June 2                      SITE            DAYS      TIME
                                                                         (excl. Complex which ends May 5).                        Bishop Gallagher School   Thurs.   6 - 8 pm
                                                                         Sites close June 2, 2011.
                                                                                  SITE                 DAYS           TIME          Junior Inclusion Services provides
                                                                         St. Margaret's School    Tues / Wed / Thurs 3:20 - 6pm   limited FREE support to children with
                                                                         Edgewater Park School Tues / Wed / Thurs 3:20 - 6pm           special needs to participate. Call
                                                                         C.D. Howe School     Tues / Wed / Thurs 3:20 - 6pm           625-2350 to register with JIS.
                                                                         Canada Games Complex      Tuesday         6:30 -
                                                                                                                  8:30 pm


                                                                                         Youth Zone
                                                                         Youth Zone has 2 drop-in sites for anyone aged
                                                                         10-15. The Ontario March of Dimes (OMOD)
                                                                         Warehouse is located @ 237 Camelot St. Check
                                         Community Services Department




                                                                         out the big screen TV, video games & pool table.
                                                                         McKellar Park School features sports, games,
                                                                         cultural & artistic projects and special guests.
                                                                         Sites open Sept. 20–Dec.16 and Jan. 10–May 5.
                                                                         Sites close May 5, 2011.
                                                                                  SITE             DAYS            TIME
                                                                                OMOD              Mon/Wed      6:30 - 8:30pm
                                                                          McKellar Park School   Tues/Thurs    6:30 - 8:30pm

                                                                         NO REGISTRATION NECESSARY
                                                                         …just visit the sites to sign up!

                                                                                                 FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 625-2350
                                                                                                        or visit www.thunderbay.ca
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                                     Neighbourhood Recreation-March Break




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www.ThunderBay.ca/Rec&Culture
                                Chippewa Summer Camps                             Chippewa Summer Camps

                                                                                         Chippewa
                                                                                   Summer Camps
                                                                                    ...a Thunder Bay tradition!
                                                                                   Amazing Day Camp Experience For Children Ages 5-13!
                                                                        During every day of camp, children will make memories and new friends,
                                                                        play games and have fun! Activities are geared to make the most of the
                                                                        natural features and amenities that fantastic Chippewa Park has to offer.
                                                                        There is a strong focus on nature, the outdoors and active healthy living.
                                        Community Services Department




                                                                        This summer there are over 25 camps planned over an 8 week period.
                                                                        Individual camps will start on July 4, 11, 18, 25, Aug 2 (4 days), 8, 15, 22.

                                                                        Program details will be
                                                                        available in the Summer 2011                  REGISTRATION BEGINS MAY 16!
                                                                        edition of The Key, to be                                       Information:
                                                                        delivered to Thunder Bay                                       Call 625-2418
                                                                        homes May 13.                                                         or visit
                                                                                                                    www.thunderbay.ca/summercamps



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                                                    Girl Power




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     Community Services Department   www.ThunderBay.ca/Rec&Culture
                                     www.ThunderBay.ca/Rec&Culture




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     Community Services Department                 Youth Week
                         HIGH FIVE PHCD




                                                                                                                         High Five/Fitness for Persons with Unique Needs
                                                                                                                                                                           www.ThunderBay.ca/Rec&Culture
                           Certification
The City of Thunder Bay is a member of the HIGH FIVE Quality Assurance
Process. We are committed to offer quality children’s programs throughout the
year. Anyone interested in employment with any of the City’s Recreation &
Culture Division’s children’s programs must be certified in the Principles of
Healthy Child Development.
This workshop will provide training and tools in helping leaders focus on providing
programs that are inclusive, appropriate, fun, safe and child centred.
HIGH FIVE PHCD certification is now a standard in the recreation field and
is recognized throughout the province of Ontario.
For more information
call 625-2351.
Ages: 14 and up.
Cost: $45.00
Code: 228287
Location:
Ogden Community Centre
Date: Wednesday, March 16
Times: 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.



  Fitness for Persons with Unique Needs
 Fun and Fitness                          Stretching for Toning                   Grey Hares - Seniors
 This is easy to follow exercise pro-     Join Kathy Littlefield for a relaxing   Fitness Program
 gram is ideal if you have arthritis or   and casual beginner’s stretch class     Grey Hares is a 60 plus fitness pro-
 other health related issues, or if you   with some yoga-based stretching.        gram for all levels. Join us for low
 have been away from regular exer-        This class will help you release        impact exercise to improve balance,
 cise for a while and need to work at     tension and enjoy new flexibility       co-ordination and flexibility while
 your own pace. This is a casual and      and improve your balance. Ideal for     boosting your energy. It is FREE and
 well-rounded work out that will help     people with arthritis or with limited   open to all.
 you to improve or maintain your          range of motion.
                                                                                                                                                                           Community Services Department
                                                                                  Location: Ogden Community
 strength and flexibility. This drop-in   Location: John Jumbo Community          Centre
 program allows you the flexibility to    Centre - Toivo Street                   Dates: Thursdays
 attend when you can. A combination       Dates: Tuesdays and Thursdays Jan-      January 6 to May 19
 of mild cardio and working with          uary 4 to May 19                        Time: 12:30 to 1:30
 weights will that promote toning and     Time: 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon          Cost: FREE
 stronger bone density.                   Cost: $3.00 per day drop-in fee         Instructor: Linda DePiero
 Location: Vale Community Centre          Instructor: Kathy Littlefield at        Sponsored by the NorWest Com-
 Dates: Tuesdays and Thursdays,           768-0404                                munity Health Centres
 January 4 to May 19
 Time: 9:30 to 10:30 a.m.
 Cost: $3.00 per day drop-in fee
 Instructor: Kathy Littlefield



        For more information on these programs
               call Karen at 625-2930
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                                Tools for Play
                                                                                O L S Equipment Loan
                                                                            T ORecreationF O R P L A Y !
                                                                       The Recreation & Culture Division has a ton of different recreation equipment
                                                                         that you can borrow for FREE from Ogden Community Centre by calling
                                                                     625-3220. Equipment is available to all groups and individuals in the community.


                                                                     Get Active                                                   All-Terrain
                                                                     Bag                                                          Wheelchair



                                                                     This is a bag packed full of equipment      WOW! A wheelchair that goes
                                                                     like rubber chickens, a parachute, balls,   over rocks, roots, snow, just about
                                                                     frisbees, giant dice, and a whole lot       anywhere you want to take it!
                                                                     more!

                                                                     Le t ’s Play Activity Trunk These are just some
                                                                     This trunk is bursting with skipping
                                                                     ropes, badminton raquets, pylons,    of the events that
                                                                     rubber chickens, a parachute, balls,
                                                                     Frisbees, sidewalk chalk, and more.  this equipment is
                                                                     Itʼs tons of fun!
                                                                     This Trunk Also Available at:        great for:
                                                                     Rural Family Resource Centre                • Birthday Parties
                                                                      – 939-3009
                                                                                                                 • Neighbourhood Picnics
                                     Community Services Department




                                                                                                                 • Church Groups
                                                                                                                 • Recreation Programs
                                                                     Get Active Backpack                         • Family Reunions
                                                                     This easy to carry backpack has rubber
                                                                     chickens, a frisbee, balls, and a couple    • Camping Trips
                                                                     of surprises!                               • Whatever else you can imagine!
                                                                                                                 We have something for
                                                                                                                 everyone from age 0 to 100+!!!

                                                                     Call 625-3220 to borrow any of this exciting stuff!
                                                                     You can also borrow other individual items from our
                                                                     equipment room, or make up a set of whatever you like!
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                                                                                Junior Inclusion Services
                                                                                                            www.ThunderBay.ca/Rec&Culture
 Junior Inclusion Services (J.I.S.)

        Welcome to
      Children & Youth
      with Disabilities
  For children and youth with disabilities it is even more important to have
   time to play. We welcome you to the Recreation & Culture Divisionʼs
                           summer programs of:
            > Chippewa Summer Camps > Youth Zone
   > Playgrounds > Canada Games Complex - Adventurerʼs Camp
Junior Inclusion Services provides limited FREE one to one support to
children and youth with disabilities from our highly trained J.I.S. Directors
and Facilitators. Our summer programs offer exciting opportunities that
encourage creative minds, physical activity, learning, cooperation and
celebrating of our differences in a caring and safe environment. Register
NOW with Junior Inclusion Services and together we can maximize fun
and participation.




                                                                                                            Community Services Department


              For more information and to register with
      Junior Inclusion Services call 625-2930
             or email: KJohnson-Tomlin@thunderbay.ca




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                                Inclusion Services
www.ThunderBay.ca/Rec&Culture
                                                                                     Inclusion Services
                                                                        Get the Support
                                                                           You Want
                                                                         to Get Active
                                                                        This SPRING!!
                                                                       Inclusion Services is dedicated to making recreation and culture
                                                                       activities offered by the City of Thunder Bay more accessible to
                                                                       people with disabilities, who want help in using them. We can assist
                                                                       you to get involved in a healthy and active lifestyle. We offer FREE
                                                                       support to people who want it in these facilities and programs:

                                                                            • Canada Games Complex • Herb Carroll 55 Plus Centre
                                                                                 • Thunder Bay 55 Plus Centre • Volunteer Pool
                                                                             • Sir Winston Churchill Pool • All Community Centres
                                                                               • Strathcona, Municipal & Centennial Golf Courses

                                                                                Our staff and volunteers will work one-on-one with you
                                                                                               to help you find success!

                                                                               For more information call 625-3220
                                                                                                OTHER SERVICES OFFERED:
                                                                       • Programs for skill development at basic entry levels, i.e. Fitness for persons
                                                                         with Unique Needs.
                                                                       • Support to recreation and leisure programs to make them more accommodating
                                       Community Services Department




                                                                         and accessible
                                                                       • Training on Inclusive recreation for staff, students and volunteers
                                                                       • Information and resources such as adaptive equipment, library of books and
                                                                         videos, Let’s Play Activity Trunk, Get Active Now Adaptive Equipment Bag
                                                                         and Get Active Now Backpack.
                                                                                                Partnerships Include:
                                                                                             • Community Living Thunder Bay
                                                                                        • Leisure Resources Thunder Bay Committee
                                                                                           • Nor’West Community Health Centre
                                                                                                • Stroke Recovery Network




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                                                                                     P.A.L. Card
                                                                                                   www.ThunderBay.ca/Rec&Culture
                          Inclusion Services

                   P.A.L. Card
           Personal Attendant for Leisure Card
Facilities that currently accept the
P.A.L. CARD ARE:
• Confederation College Fitness Centre          A P.A.L. Card can be used by a
• Galaxy Lanes                                  person with a disability to get
• Founders’ Museum and Pioneer Village          their support person in at no cost
• Magnus Theatre
                                                when using facilities that accept
• Nor-west Outdoor Centre
• The Athletic Club
                                                the P.A.L. Card.
• Thunder Bay Art Gallery
• Thunder Bay Museum                            “The P.A.L. Card has helped me
• Ross Pilates                                  become more active and involved in
• Thunder Bay Hiking Association                community services.”
• Thunder Bay Diving Club                       - A P.A.L. Card holder
• Thunder Bay Minor Football Association
• Fort William Historical Park
• Mini-Putt at Boulevard Lake
• Fort William Country Club
• PUSH Fitness Centre
• HAGI Transit
• Thunder Bay Border Cats
• Northwestern Ontario Sports Hall of Fame
• Cambrian Players
• Wilderness Supply
• The Sports Dome                               Apply now for a free P.A.L. card!
• School of Hard Rocks
• Lakehead Archers
• Indian Friendship Centre
• Thunder Bay Military Museum
• Mario’s Bowl
                                                                                                   Community Services Department
• Club Nautilus
• Fit 4less
City-run programs at the following facilities
also accept the P.A.L. card:
• Community Centres
• Arenas
• Municipal Golf Courses
• Pools
• 55 Plus Centres
• Canada Games Complex
• Chippewa Park Rides and Wildlife Park

     P.A.L. card applications are available at Victoriaville Civic Centre, online
                at www.thunderbay.ca or by calling 625-2930.
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                                Access Sport
                                                                    ACCESS                                 The Thunder Bay Accessible Sport
                                                                                                           Council is a group that has formed in
                                                                                                          Thunder Bay in partnership with
                                                                                                          ParaSport Ontario. The goals of this
                                                                    SPORT                                council include developing awareness and
                                                                                                       participation in parasports, creating a network
                                                                                                      of parasport groups, and collaborating on
                                                                                                   joint ventures. This group is always looking for
                                                                                                new sports to add to the council, as well as other
                                                                                             partners who would mutually benefit.




                                                                     GOALBALL
                                                                    Goalball is a game played by two teams with
                                                                    blindfolds and a ball with a bell in it. This is a
                                                                    fun sport and a great workout. Equipment is
                                                                    provided, all you need are indoor shoes and
                                                                    the willingness to try a new and exciting
                                                                    sport! Games are FREE and will be played at Ogden Community Centre, from
                                                                    12:00-2:00 on Saturdays, March 12, April 9, May 14, and June 11.

                                                                           For more information email Tessa at puppycat@tbaytel.net



                                                                    Wheelchair Curling
                                                                    Thunder Bay Wheelchair Curling Association
                                                                    The Thunder Bay Wheelchair Curling Association
                                                                    will be hosting Wheelchair Curling Sunday after-
                                                                    noons at 3:30 p.m. this Winter and Spring.
                                    Community Services Department




                                                                    Children & adults with a physical disability can join in to enjoy the sport of curl-
                                                                    ing from a wheelchair. Basic curling instruction is provided by experienced
                                                                    curlers.
                                                                    Curling will commence on January 9, 2011 Fees: $45.00.
                                                                    Come out and enjoy an afternoon of meeting new friends and playing a friendly
                                                                    game of curling.

                                                                         For more information, call Gino at 577-6507, Dave at 577-5818,
                                                                                 Or the Fort William Curling Club at 622-5377




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                                                                                    Access Sport
                                                                                                   www.ThunderBay.ca/Rec&Culture
        For more information
         on the Thunder Bay                           ACCESS
 Accessible Sport Council or
 to VOLUNTEER to help with
   the Council and the sports it
                                                      SPORT
    supports, please email Tessa
           at puppycat@tbaytel.net
          or call Darren at 344-3743



 SitSki
Come on out and enjoy our beautiful
winters! The Jackrabbit Adaptive program
will help you get stronger, stay healthy
and have fun in the snow. Interested in
trying sitskiing?

                    Please contact: Berit Dool
 lssd.paranordic@gmail.com or Thunder Bay Nordic Trails at 475-7081




Sledge Hockey
 Sledge Hockey is a game played from a
 sledge that you move around the ice
 using picks. This equipment is in                                                                 Community Services Department
 Thunder Bay for you to get into this
 great sport!

             Contact Darren Lillington at 344-3743 or email at:
                      Darren.lillington@cpaont.org
  Come out to the Launch of the Thunder Bay Accessible Sport Council and a
 Ready Willing and Able Special Event to try out a ton of accessible sports and
 sport equipment on March 22 11:30 am - 9:00 pm at The Sports Dome. These
  events are for people of all ages and abilities. Call 344-3743 for information.




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                                Leisure Resources/Partners for Stroke/Warehouse Project
www.ThunderBay.ca/Rec&Culture
                                                                                                        LEISURE RESOURCES                             COMMUNITY PARTNERS FOR
                                                                                                           THUNDER BAY                                    STROKE LEISURE
                                                                                                            COMMITTEE                                   This newly formed group consists of a number of
                                                                                                                                                       organizations and stroke survivors joining forces to
                                                                                           The Leisure Resources - Thunder Bay Committee is a          promote, coordinate and develop community based
                                                                                          working group of individuals and agencies that provide              stroke friendly leisure opportunities.
                                                                                                  services to persons with disabilities.
                                                                                                                                                        Interested in more information about our group’s
                                                                                                             Our purpose is:                                                 activity?
                                                                                          Connect community resources to optimize leisure oppor-                    Are you a Stroke Survivor?
                                                                                                   tunities for persons with disabilities.                               Care Provider?
                                                                                                          Our objectives are:                         You may be interested in the Stroke Recovery Network
                                                                                          1. Identify the leisure programs and services through in-
                                                                                            formation sharing amongst agencies and consumers.
                                                                                              2. Identify the leisure programs and services gaps
                                                                                               through information sharing amongst agencies
                                                                                                                 and consumers.
                                                                                          3. Pro-actively identify new opportunities and facilitate
                                                                                                  the creation of new programs and services.

                                                                                           If you are interested in participating or would
                                                                                                   like more information about the
                                                                                            Leisure Resource - Thunder Bay Committee
                                                                                                                                                         For more information about
                                                                                                                                                                peer support group.
                                                                                                 please contact Karen at 625-2930                         these groups please call
                                                                                                                                                          Todd at 345-6595 ext 105



                                                                                                             Warehouse Project
                                                                                                                 The “Warehouse” project is a recreational, arts
                                                                                                                 and leisure program that is open to youth and
                                                                                                                 adults living with disabilities. It provides an
                                                                                                                 opportunity to meet new people, have fun and
                                                                                                                 discover new possibilities.
                                                      Community Services Department




                                                                                                       Some activities are:
                                                                                                       • Creative and interactive workshops
                                                                                                       • Art programs and craft projects
                                                                                                       • Recreation drop-ins and themed special events
                                                                                                       • Shuffleboard, pool, Wii, big screen TV
                                                                                                   For a calendar of events or for more
                                                                                                  information contact 345-6595 ext 202
                                                                                           Ontario March of Dimes - Warehouse Project
                                                                                                      237 Camelot Street
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                                                                                            P.R.O. Kids Skate/Help for Support People
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       Help for Support People
  Working with People with Disabilities
Are you a support person helping a person with a disability who wants to find out
about how to get involved in fitness, recreation, and cultural activities offered by the
City of Thunder Bay?
                         Inclusion Services can help!
We offer:
  • Orientations to City facilities like the Canada Games Complex, Golf Courses,
    Community Centres, pools, and 55 Plus Centre
  • Ideas for activities and modifications for the person you are supporting
  • Showing you how to use equipment like fitness equipment, pool lifts,
    accessible change areas, Hoyer lifts, assistive devices for fitness and swimming,
  • Help with finding a facility, program, or class that will match up with the
    interests and goals of the person you are supporting
An Inclusion Facilitator will help you understand all that our great fitness, recreation,
and culture facilities and programs have to offer so the person you are supporting can
have the best experience possible!

Please call Inclusion Services
at 625-3220 for more information




Family Skate
In Support of P.R.O. Kids

Friday April 8, 2011
7:00 to 9:00 p.m.                                 COME JOIN THE FUN!
Fort William Gardens                             Beginner’s Skating Area,
                                                                                                                                        Community Services Department

                                                Prizes, Music, Face Painting,
SAFETY FIRST!                                    Chuck-a-Duck, and more!
HELMETS required for children 12 years
and under and recommended for all
                                                 Concessions will be open.
skaters. Outdoor footwear is not allowed    For more information call 625-2351.
on ice surface
                                                         Ch
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                                                          ee !
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      $2.00
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     Community Services Department   Spring Golf Lessons
                                     Membership Rates




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     Community Services Department   www.ThunderBay.ca/golf
www.ThunderBay.ca/golf
                         Wee Links / Junior Golf & Pro Kids
                                                                      Wee Links Golf Clinics
                                                                      Weekly Instruction Ages 6-10 years
                                                                      Contact Pat 626-3122 for special age questions

                                                                      Chapples Golf Course
                                                                        June 27, July 4, 11, 18 & 25, Aug 8
                                                                        6pm-7pm Course Code #231087
                                                                        7pm-8pm Course Code #231088
                                                                                                                                                                 • Parent Supervision
                                                                        June 28, July 5, 12, 19 & 26, Aug 2                                                        and participation is
                                                                        6pm-7pm Course Code #231089                                                                encouraged

                                                                        7pm-8pm Course Code #231090                                                              • Each Junior Golfer
                                                                                                                                                                   will receive a team
                                                                                                                                                                   hat on the first night
                                                                        $
                                                                         70/6 sessions        (20 max enrollment in each session)
                                                                                                                                                                 • Clubs are provided if
                                                                      Register at 625-8463                                                                         required.

                                                                            CN FUTURE LINKS



                                                                      visit us online at
                                                                      www.golfthunderbay.ca
                                                                      for more information




                                                                                       Junior Golf and P.R.O. Kids
                                                                                        For children who are interested in golf and can’t afford
                                                                                        program costs, call P.R.O. Kids at 625-3212.
                                      Community Services Department




                                                                                              CN FUTURE LINKS
                                                                                                                Skills Clinic and Competition for children and
                                                                                              CN FUTURE LINKS
                                                                                                                youth ages 8 to 15 - Saturday May 28th



                                                                                                                                Support Person – No fee when supporting a person
                                                                                                                                with a PAL (Personal Attendant for Leisure) Card
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                                      Junior Golf Camps / Skills Clinic




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      Community Services Department                  www.ThunderBay.ca/golf
www.ThunderBay.ca/Rec&Culture
                                Tennis Centre                         Tennis Centre
                                                                                                      Come out and enjoy our New
                                                                         WATCH                         Courts! All Courts open for
                                                                       FOR GRAND
                                                                       REOPENING                             play May 1st!
                                                                     CELEBRATIONS!                      Located at the Chapples Sports Field

                                                                                                      MEMBER BENEFITS




                                                                     RATES - (May to September) + HST                         OPEN
                                                                     Adult . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$194.69
                                                                     Junior (14-18) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$84.07       HOU7 -E8
                                                                                                                                 S
                                                                     Family Rate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$376.10          Y
                                                                                                                              MAw for Free
                                                                     Junior Development . . . . . . . . . . .$26.54            a
                                                                                                                              Dr bership!
                                                                                                                              mem
                                                                     Juvenile (13 & under) . . . . . . . . .$75.22
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                                                                     Senior (60+) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$123.89
                                                                     Married Couple . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$314.15
                                                                     Adult Day Fee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$7.96
                                                                     Student (full-time) . . . . . . . . . . .$123.89
                                                                     Senior Couple . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$204.34
                                                                     New members only
                                                                     Adult . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$123.89
                                                                     Student & Senior (60+) . . . . . . . .$92.92
                                                                     Plus capital improvement fees.




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                                                                                                                                              Tennis Pathways Program/P.R.O. Kids
                                                                                                                                                                                    www.ThunderBay.ca/Rec&Culture
      OTA TENNIS PATHWAYS PROGRAM
                                          Tennis Pathways makes it easy and fun for anyone to
                                                 TRY, LEARN AND PLAY TENNIS
 This new, fun filled program is geared toward new and recreational players to get introduced, advance and improve their games.
                                           3 WAYS TO GET YOU INTO THE GAME:
                                    TRY: Free, fun filled events to get you introduced to the sport.
                                    Games, contest, activities with some pointers to get you started.
              OPEN HOUSE DAYS: SATURDAY SUNDAY, MAY 23 & 8, 10:00 A.M. TO 4:00 P.M.
             OPEN HOUSE DAYS: SATURDAY && SUNDAY, MAY 7 & 24, 10:00 A.M. TO 4:00 P.M.
       JUNIOR DEVELOPMENT QUICK START CLINIC: SATURDAY, JUNE 25 1:00 P.M. TO 2:30 P.M.
       JUNIOR DEVELOPMENT QUICK START CLINIC: SATURDAY, JUNE 20 ,, 1:00 P.M. TO 2:30 P.M.
                  LEARN: Learn basic skills or tune up quickly through one of our introductory instructional clinics.
                 LEARN: Learn basic skills or tune up quickly through one of our introductory instructional clinics.
           Put your skills to the test in a fun, friendly atmosphere. Join in our round robins, social mixers or league play geared to
  PLAY: Put your skills to the test in a fun, friendly atmosphere. Join in our round robins, social mixers or league play geared to
  PLAY:
                                                             your ability level.
                                                             your ability level.
Registration                                                                                                        SPRING CLINICS
for membership                                                                                                                  ADULTS:
                                                                                                                  Tuesdays & Thursdays
and programs begins                                                                                                   May 10th to 26TH
May 1st                                                                                                           Beginners: 6:30 to 7:30pm
                                                                                                                                 Fee $55.00
at the Tennis Centre                                                                                          Intermediates: 7:30 to 9:00pm
577-1514                                                                                                                         Fee $70.00
                                                                                                                JUNIORS: AGES 7 TO 16
                                                                                                            Mondays & Wednesdays
                                                                                                                     May 9th to 25th
Check out our website at                                                                                         Beginners: 5:00 TO 6:00pm
                                                                                                              Intermediates: 6:00 to 7:00pm
thunderbay.ca/tennis                                                                                                            Fee $45.00




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                                P.R.O. Kids
www.ThunderBay.ca/Rec&Culture
                                                                    Many thanks to all our partners who donate
                                                                    spaces in their programs to P.R.O. Kids.
                                                                    Art
                                                                       Confederation College
                                                                       Painted Turtle
                                                                       Thunder Bay Art Gallery                Football
                                                                    Baseball                                    Superior Gridiron Football Clinic
                                                                       Kakabeka Rural Baseball                  Thunder Bay Minor Football Assoc.
                                                                       Murillo Athletic Association           Golf                                      Thunder Bay Symphony Youth Orchestra
                                                                       North End CC T-Ball                      Golf Thunder Bay                        Thunder Bay Youth Choir Inc.
                                                                       Thunder Bay Girls Softball Assoc.      Gymnastics                                Valenteʼs Music
                                                                    Baseball, Little League                     Giant Gymnastics                     Ringette
                                                                       Current River Americans                  Thunder Bay Gymnastics Assoc.           Thunder Bay Ringette Association
                                                                       Fort William Americans                 Hockey                                 Rowing
                                                                       Fort William National                    Current River Comets                    Thunder Bay Rowing Club
                                                                       Port Arthur Continentals                 Current River Mighty Mites           Rugby
                                                                       Port Arthur Nationals                    Elks Minor Hockey Assoc.                Lakehead Rugby Football Club
                                                                       Westfort Internationals                  Fort William Canadians               Running
                                                                    Basketball                                  Fort William Hurricanes                 Achilles Track Club
                                                                       Blaze Basketball Club                    Grandview Rec. Hockey                   LU–Learn to Run Clinic
                                                                       L. U. Athletics Mini Basketball          KC Minor Hockey                         Thunder Bay Meter Eaters
                                                                    Biking /Cycling                             Neebing Minor Hockey                 Sailing
                                                                       Black Sheep Mountain Bike Club           Neebing Hawks                           Sail Thunder Bay
                                                                       Thunder Bay Cycling Club                 North End Flames                     Sewing
                                                                    Bowling                                     Northwood Hockey League                 Nancy Wiens Children's Sewing
                                                                       Galaxy Lanes                             NorWest Minor Hockey Assoc.          Skating
                                                                       Marioʼs Bowl                             NorWest Stars                           Recreation & Culture Division
                                                                       Superior Bowladrome                      Port Arthur Minor Hockey Assoc.           - Instructional Skating Program
                                                                    Boxing                                      South End Minor Hockey                  Fort William Figure Skating Club
                                                                       Underground Boxing Club                  Thunder Bay Beavers                     Thunder Bay Figure Skating Club
                                                                    Camps                                       Thunder Bay Minor Hockey Assoc.         Thunder Blades Speed Skating Club
                                                                       Aurora Lutheran Bible Camp               Thunder Bay Women's Hockey Assoc.    Skiing / Snowboarding
                                                                       Bodymind Centre                          Volunteer Pool Bearcats                 Big Thunder Jackrabbit Ski League
                                                                       Camp Gitchigomee                         West End Bruins                         Kamview Jackrabbit Ski League
                                                                       Canada Games Complex                     Westfort Hockey League                  Loch Lomond Ski Area
                                                                       Childlight Project                       Westfort Maroons                        Mount Baldy Ski Area
                                                                       Chippewa Summer Camp                     Westfort Rangers                        Norwesters Alpine Ski Club
                                                                       Dorion Bible Camp                      Hockey Camps                              Thunder Bay Nordic Trails
                                                                       Eagleʼs Cove Camp                        Baraniuk's Competitive Edge          Soccer
                                                                       Employability Skills Camp                Core Hockey Camp                        Current River Mini Soccer
                                                                       Evangel Church Day Camp                  Girls Hockey Camp                       Lakehead Express Soccer Club
                                                                       Fort William Historical Park             Hockey N. W. O. Clinics                 Lappe & Area Local Services Board
                                                                       Journey to Wellness                      KC Hockey Development Camp              Lilʼ Kicks Soccer
                                                                       Neighbourhood Recreation                 Skate, Shoot & Learn Hockey School      Murillo Minor Athletic Assoc
                                                                         -March Madness                         Superior Edge Hockey School             North End Mini Soccer
                                                                       Nor'West Outdoor Centre Inc.             Thunderwolves Hockey Skills School      Northwood Mini Soccer
                                                                       Redwood Kids                           Lacrosse                                  Tarbutt Street Soccer Club
                                                                       Spa for You Science Camp                 Thunder Bay Boys & Girls Lacrosse       T.B. Inter Lucania Soccer Club
                                                                       Superior English Camp                  Leadership                                Thunder Bay Chill Soccer Camp
                                                                       Superior Science                         Canadian Red Cross                      Thunder Bay Chill Recreational Soccer
                                                                       Thunder Bay Museum                       Girl Guides of Canada                   Thunder Bay Soccer Plex
                                                                       Westfort Bible Camp                      St. John Ambulance                      Volunteer Pool Soccer Club
                                                                    Canoeing                                    Scouts Canada                        Swimming
                                                                       Lakehead Canoe Club                    Martial Arts                              Canada Games Complex
                                                                       Wild Team Building & Canoeing            Abundant Life Wing Chung Kung Fu        Churchill Pool
                                                                    Cheerleading                                Black Tigerʼs TaeKwonDo                 City of Thunder Bay Outdoor Pools
                                                                       Miss Christineʼs                         Charry's Martial Arts Centre            Northwest Narwhal Swim Club
                                                                       Superior Cheer Athletics                 Cookeʼs Tae Kwon Do                     Thunder Bay Synchro Swim Club
                                                                    Curling                                     Isshin Ryu Karate                       Thunderbolts Swim Club
                                                                       Fort William Curling Club                  - Canada Games Complex                Volunteer Pool
                                                                       Kakabeka Falls Curling Club                - Current River CC                 Tennis
                                                                       Port Arthur Curling Club                   - North McIntyre CC                   Thunder Bay Community Tennis Centre
                                                                    Dance                                         - West Thunder CC                  Theatre
                                                                       B.O.U.N.C.E. Productions                   - Lʼil Dragons & Samurai Karate       Eleanor Drury Childrenʼs Theatre
                                    Community Services Department




                                                                       Chaban Ukrainian Dance Co                Karate North Tae Kwon Do                Northern Ontario Theatre Group,
                                                                       Dance Dynamics Studio                    Leading Edge Gym                        Paramount Live
                                                                       Fay Gleeson Dance Centre                 North End Karate Club                   Magnus Theatre
                                                                       Five Six Seven Eight Dance               Progressive Martial Arts                Rob MacLeodʼs Capitol Kids
                                                                       International Dance Academy              Sakamoto Judo Dojo                      Slightly Off Broadway
                                                                       Kushnier Studio of Dance                 Soengkono World Class Martial Arts   Volleyball
                                                                       Le Stelle Alpine Dancers                 Thunder Bay Judo Club                   Thunderwolves Volleyball
                                                                       Morgan School of Highland Dancing        Thunder Bay Karate School               Thunder Bay Volleyball Club (NEW)
                                                                       Satuʼs Belly Dancing                     Thunder Bay Wado Kai Karate             Ontario Volleyball Association
                                                                       Slightly Off Broadway                    Thunder Dragons Tae Kwon Do          Wrestling
                                                                       Spirit of Dance                          Thunder Valley Martial Arts             Junior Wolves Wrestling Assoc.
                                                                       Studio One                             Modeling                               Yoga
                                                                       T.B. Society of Ballet & Dance           Lakehead Models • Talent                Discover Yoga
                                                                       Zorya Ukrainian Dance Ensemble         Music                                     Recreation & Culture Division
                                                                    Diving                                      Avila Music School                      The Bodymind Centre
                                                                       Thunder Bay Diving Club                  Coranʼs Music Centre                    Yoga for Stress Control & Relaxation
                                                                       Thunder Country Diving                   Jim Krawchuk
                                                                    Equestrian                                  Kindermusik of Thunder Bay
                                                                       Barnyard Friends                         Kindermusik with Mary-Ann
                                                                       Dream Fields Riding Centre               Lakehead Suzuki Strings
                                                                       Dows Riding Stable                       Music for Young Children
                                                                       Lost Cowboy Ranch                        Music Place
                                                                       Thunder Bay Therapeutic Riding           Music with Mary Lou
                                                                    Fitness                                     Music Workshop
                                                                       Canada Games Complex                     Rafiki Youth Choir
                                                                       Confederation College Fitness Centre     Rhythm Studio
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                                                                                                 Event Services
                                                                                                                  www.ThunderBay.ca/Rec&Culture
Are you involved with a charity,
sporting group or festival?
2011 Training Opportunities for Event Organizers

                                             THURSDAY, MARCH 31 &
                                             FRIDAY, APRIL 1
                                             Travelodge Hotel Airlane,
                                             Madrid Room
 a conference for not-for-profit leaders
                                             Don’t miss the popular Funders
                                             Forum and connect with
                                             government and foundation funding
                        featuring a
                        Leadership           organizations!
                        Training
                        session by             FEES (include lunch):   April 1 only: $75 + HST
                        Gary Phillips          Both Days: $150 + HST   Funders Forum – Free
                                               March 31 only:          COURSE CODE:
 in partnership with                           $100 + hst              233338


                                             www.thunderbay.ca/leadingedge




 Going for Gold!                    Event Sponsorship Workshop
 Learn proven methods to attract corporate
 dollars for your sporting event or festival.
 WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13 6:30 – 9pm                                        FEE: $10 per person
 Thunder Bay 55 Plus Centre, 700 River St.                             Support Person – No
 presenter: Paul Burke,                                                fee if accompanied by
            Special Events Developer                                   a person with a PAL
            City of Thunder Bay                                        (Personal Attendant
                                                                       for Leisure) Card
                       “Honestly the best $10 I have ever              COURSE CODE:
                             spent to learn something.  ”              233337
                   - Dave Mossman, Games Coordinator, 2011
                      Special Olympics Ontario Winter Games
                                                                                                                  Community Services Department



 Media Relations 101                                                   FEE: $10 per person
 Event Communications Workshop                                         Support Person – No
                                                                       fee if accompanied by
 Wednesday, May 4 6:30 – 9pm                                           a person with a PAL
 Thunder Bay 55 Plus Centre, 700 River St.                             (Personal Attendant
                                                                       for Leisure) Card
 presenter: Paul Burke,
                                                                       COURSE CODE:
            Special Events Developer                                   233339
            City of Thunder Bay


Sign up today! Call 625-2351
and quote course code
Questions? Call 625-2305 or visit
www.thunderbay.ca/events                                      www.thunderbay.ca
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www.ThunderBay.ca/Parks
                          Tree Care Guide
                                                                Our Community Trees
                                                                A Tree Care Guide for Trees on Boulevards
                                                                Here are a few simple maintenance procedures to ensure the long term health of
                                                                boulevard trees in our City.

                                                                                            Proper soil moisture for root growth is especially important for newly
                                                                                            planted trees. Did you know that lack of water is the single greatest factor
                                                                                            that leads to the death of newly planted trees? For the first growing
                                                                                            season water during dry spells using a hose that is left trickling twice a
                                                                                            week soaking the root ball area for one to two hours. Water slowly to
                                                                  WATERING                  prevent surface runoff. If your tree was planted in the fall, water until the
                                                                                            ground freezes and then resume in the spring.
                                                                                              • In the second and following years continue watering once a week
                                                                                                during dry spells
                                                                                              • Avoid short, frequent watering which promotes a shallow root system


                                                                  One of the most beneficial things you can do to keep a tree healthy is the                MULCHING
                                                                  application of mulch. Mulch, which usually consists of chipped wood and bark,
                                                                  insulates the soil, retains moisture, prevents soil compaction, and reduces lawn
                                                                  mower damage. It is important to maintain a level grade of mulch around the
                                                                  tree to a depth of 5 to 10 cm (2 to 4 inches). Further, make sure to keep the           Drip Line
                                                                  mulch away a few centimeters from the trunk and be sure not to mound up
                                                                  mulch against the tree (this encourages rodent habitation and other tree
                                                                  health complications). Spread the mulch wide at least to the drip line (see left
                                                                  diagram).


                                                                                            Newly planted trees need nutrients to stay healthy. Use tree fertilizer stakes
                                                                                            to feed your tree by applying these stakes into the soil as soon as the ground
                                                                                            thaws in the spring. This type of fertilizing method slowly releases nutrients
                                                                                            to the tree’s roots. Fertilizer stakes can be found at most tree nurseries or
                                                                                            outdoor centres (Home Depot etc.). For fertilizer quantities follow the
                                                                                            directions on the label. Do not fertilize your tree in late fall; it will stimulate
                                                                                            growth preventing the tree to prepare itself for winter.
                                                                     FERTILIZING



                                                                 Pruning young trees, also known as tree training, is a highly technical skill that
                                Community Services Department




                                                                 requires specialized knowlege and expertise to develop a tree with strong
                                                                 structure and desirable form. The City is responsible for the pruning of all trees
                                                                 on public land. Therefore we ask that homeowners do not prune their boule-
                                                                 vard trees. When your boulevard tree reaches a height of 5m (16 ft) you are
                                                                 permitted under certain circumstances to prune small branches. Please call us
                                                                 if your tree requires pruning or to find out what you are permitted to prune on                      PRUNING
                                                                 your tree.

                                                                                         One year after tree planting, please remove the stake and cloth supports to
                                                                  STAKING                prevent girdling of the tree. This happens often. If you are unable to remove the
                                                                                         stake yourself, or if you notice many trees in your area that are still staked after a
                                                                                         year, please call the City.




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                                                                                                                             Boulevard Tree Options/Recreation 55 Activators
                                                                                                                                                                                     www.ThunderBay.ca/Rec&Culture
   Our Community’s Municipal Trees

   It Pays to Plant a Tree!
   You may be surprised to know that trees lower heating and cooling bills,
   reduce chances of flooding, slow road traffic, make neighbourhoods safer,
   improve concentration and increase property values. These are just a fraction
   of how trees pay us back by being in our neighbourhoods. For more cool facts
   on how trees pay, visit www.treestewardship.com.
Are you Eager for a Boulevard Tree?                           OPTION 3
Here Are A Few Ways To Get One:                          Homeowners can participate in the
                                                         Tree Stewardship Program by paying
OPTION 1                                                 for a portion (approx. $150) of the cost
The City will provide a 50mm                             of a tree and have it professionally
diameter tree at no cost to the                          planted. Under the Tree Stewardship
homeowner, however, there is a                           Program, a cost-shared, accelerated
two-year waiting list. Call 625-2351                     tree planting approach is used that
if you wish to be put on the waiting                     empowers homeowners to become




                                                                                                                                                                                     www.ThunderBay.ca/Parks
list.                                                 stewards of their public boulevard trees.
                                                    For more information please visit:
OPTION 2                                           www.TreeStewardship.com or call 625-2956.
Homeowners can themselves arrange                Tax-deductible receipts will be issued.
for the planting of a 50mm diameter
                                              Please Note: Not all boulevard locations will qualify due to space & utility
tree and pay for the full cost of the tree    restrictions. Trees under the Tree Stewardship Program are planted in spring
and installation. Approval by the City        and fall. If you call 2 months before our scheduled planting, we will try to
must be obtained first by calling             accommodate your request. Please remember all trees on municipal
                                              property are protected by law. Please call the Parks Division at 625-2351 to
625-2351. Tax receipts will be issued.        have your public tree assessed or pruned.




                   Recreation 55 Activators
                      This new volunteer troupe has been formed to assist in the                                                                                               Community Services Department
                       delivery of Recreation 55 programs throughout Thunder Bay.
                        Recreation 55 Activators promote positive recreation
                        opportunities to build a healthier community. As an
                        activator you can be a role model for others. Lead walks.
                         Host events. Make a difference. Pack more oomph into
                           your day as a Recreation 55 Activator!




                                                          www.thunderbay.ca/55plus

For more information call Nancy Angus at 684-2403 or nangus@thunderbay.ca
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                           Thunder Bay 55 Plus Centre                      Thunder Bay 55 Plus Centre
                                                                                                  700 River Street
                                                                                                     684-3066
                                                                                 Visit our website at www.thunderbay.ca/55pluscentre

                                                                                                 There is no membership fee to participate!
                                                                                                         Open to all persons 55 Plus!
                                                                                                              Drop in for a tour!
                                                                                                                          We Offer:
                                                                                                         • Registered Programs: eg. Fitness, Visual Arts,
                                                                                                         Computer lessons and more;
                                                                                                         • Daily Activities: Cribbage, Bridge, Badminton,
                                                                                                         Darts, Carpet bowling and more.
                                                                                                         • Services: blood pressure testing,
                                                                                                         hearing screening, footcare and much more


                                                                      Thunder Bay 55 Plus Annual Art Exhibit & Sale
                                                                     See the talented artists from the Fri May 27 -
                                                                     Thunder Bay 55 Plus Centre, bring
                                                                     your family and friends and check  Wed June 1
                                                                     out the beautiful art exhibit and
                                                                     purchase a painting to enhance
                                                                     your home.
                                                                           See why we put the PLUS in 55 PLUS! Call 684-3066
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                                                                                            Thunder Bay 55 Plus Centre
                                                                                                                         www.ThunderBay.ca/55plus
Thunder Bay 55 Plus Centre                                               700 River Street

            ❧ SUPPORT SERVICES PROGRAMS ❧
 For more information please call 684-3471. Volunteers Welcome!
FRIENDLY VISITING PROGRAM
The Friendly Visiting Program is a home support service that
matches volunteer visitors with isolated senior citizens who reside
in their own homes/apartments. A volunteer will visit in person or
by telephone and can help maintain or re-establish community
contacts, relieve loneliness, and bring friendship.
TELEPHONE ASSURANCE PROGRAM
The Telephone Assurance Program provides telephone friendship for
socialization and security. Volunteers call on a regular basis, either
daily or weekly.
WALK-A-BIT PROGRAM
Provides an opportunity for seniors in getting out for a short walk
with a volunteer companion.




                                                                                                                         Community Services Department




                                 Inclusion Services
 As a partnership between Community Living Thunder Bay and the City of
 Thunder Bay, Inclusion Services is dedicated to making recreation programming
 more accessible to people 55 plus with disabilities. If you have a disability and
 require support, we can help! Contact our Inclusion Facilitator and she will be
 happy to assist you in setting up the supports that you need to participate
 successfully at the Thunder Bay 55 Plus Centre and/or Herb Carroll 55 Plus
 Centre.
     Inclusion Facilitator: Pina Cloidt, can be contacted at 684-2864.
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                           Thunder Bay 55P lus Centre                Thunder Bay 55 Plus Centre                                                                        700 River Street

                                                                                  ❧ Spring 2011 Registered Programs ❧
                                                                             Programs start the week of March 28 and end the week of May 21, 2011
                                                                                  (8 weeks unless stated otherwise) To register by phone using
                                                                               VISA or MASTERCARD...Call 625-8463. *All prices include HST*
                                                                                     Registration begins Monday, February 28 at 8:30 a.m.
                                                                     FITNESS
                                                                     Activity                                    Code       Day                 Time                  Instructor             Fee
                                                                     Weights & Mats (begins Apr. 11) 230496 Mon. & Wed.                          8:40 - 9:40 AM Kathy Littlefield $60.78
                                                                     Weights & Mats (begins Apr. 11) 230497 Mon. & Wed. 9:45 – 10:45 AM Kathy Littlefield $60.78
                                                                     This class provides a great variety of toning, stretching, cardio, strengthening and relaxation using mats,
                                                                     weights, dynabands, etc Groove to some great tunes while increasing your fitness level. This course is suitable
                                                                     for both men and women.
                                                                     Low Impact Aerobics                         230470 Mon. & Wed               1:30 – 2:30 PM Lisa Guerts                 $60.75
                                                                      (begins May 2) – 8 weeks
                                                                     Join in the fun! A fun and effective class to energize your mind, body & spirit. A gentle warm-up, 20 minutes
                                                                     of a low impact aerobic cardio workout, use of light hand weights, bands and other equipment.
                                                                     F.I.T. (Fitness Intense Today)              230459 Tues. & Fri.             1:30 – 2:30 PM Anne Parr                   $60.75
                                                                     Learn to work the core, become strong from the inside out. Specific exercises will be taught to strengthen weak
                                                                     muscles, balance alignment and posture. This progressive class will challenge cardio & muscular strength,
                                                                     endurance, flexibility and agility.
                                                                     Simply Stretching                           230476 Tues. & Thurs. 9:30 – 10:30 AM Lisa Guerts                          $60.75
                                                                     (begins May 3rd – 8 week class)
                                                                     This beginner stretch class will start your day with flowing movements of Tai Chi, energizing postures of Yoga & gentle
                                                                     stability of Pilates. Balls, chairs and mats will be used during this fun and functional class. All fitness levels welcome.
                                                                     Yoga (begins April 11)                      230502 Mon. & Wed.                   11 – 12 PM Irene Hauta                $60.75
                                                                     Yoga (begins April 12)                      230503 Tues. & Fri.           10:30 – 11:30 AM Irene Hauta                 $60.75
                                                                     After Work Yoga (begins April 11) 230504 Mon. & Wed.                        6:30 – 7:30 PM Irene Hauta                 $60.75
                                                                     Yoga is gentle movement through stretches and postures. Realizing the body's needs such as capacities and
                                                                     limitation, yoga promotes deep relaxation and well being. This class is designed for those with some previous
                                                                     yoga experience but not necessary. Expanding upon learned yoga movements and offering a few more yoga
                                                                     positions. Please note that all positions can be modified to meet participant’s needs.
                                                                     20-20-20 (begins Apr. 15)                230195 Fri                          9 – 10 AM Kathy Littlefield $34.25
                                                                     20 Minutes of cardio work using steps; 20 minutes of toning using weights and 20 minutes for abs & stretch as
                                                                     well as cool-down and relaxation.
                                                                     All About the Core (begins Apr. 11) 230439 Mon & Fri                  10:30 -11:30 AM Kathy Littlefield $72.84
                                     Community Services Department




                                                                     The focus of this class will be on the abdominal muscles using various forms of exercises similar to those used
                                                                     in Pilates and yoga.
                                                                     Strength in Motion                       232187 Mon                   9:30 – 10:30 AM K.Gorst-Vigliarolo $30.83
                                                                     Strength in Motion                       230478 Wed                   9:30 – 10:30 AM K.Gorst-Vigliarolo $30.83
                                                                     Join us for an easy-to-follow work out that includes exercises designed to increase flexibility, joint stability, balance,
                                                                     coordination and muscular strength. A chair is used in this work-out for standing and seated support when necessary.
                                                                     Stretching Body & Mind                   230479 Mon & Wed             9:30 – 10:30 AM M. McEachern                    $60.75
                                                                     Stretch and move your body through a series of postures and routines. Techniques help to strengthen and relax
                                                                     your body & mind for participants with arthritis or limited range of motion.
                                                                     Keep Moving with Parkinsons             230469 Mon & Wed            11 AM – 2 PM K. Gorst Vigliarolo $42.00
                                                                     (Begins April 11) 4 weeks
                                                                     This class is specifically designed for those with Parkinsons Disease. Includes aerobic conditioning, functional
                                                                     strengthening, mobility and balance exercises. Call 343-2432 to pre-register and for information.

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                                                                                                                                                          www.ThunderBay.ca/55plus
Thunder Bay 55 Plus Centre                                                                      700 River Street
 New!      FITNESS SPECIALTY CLASSES
Activity                                 Code      Day                Time                 Instructor             Fee
Gear Up for Golf             New!         230462 Tues & Thurs            6:30 – 7:30 PM Anne Parr                   $30.83
(4 wks) begins Apr 19
This 4 week session will focus on stretching and strengthening the muscles used for golfing, aimed at helping prevent
injury and getting you ready to get out on the course. Participants are asked to bring a couple of golf clubs with them.
Kettlebell Training New! 233589 Mon & Thurs                    10 – 11 AM           P. Hemsworth                    $51.50
(4 wks) begins Apr 25
This new course involves the application of the kettlebell to your regular strength training. Kettlebell training is
becoming more and more popular in fitness classes and as an accompaniment to your regular exercise routine.
Limited to 8 participants!
TAI CHI
Activity                               Code      Day               Time                Instructor           Fee
Tai Chi - 8 Forms–for the beginner 230491 Tues. & Thurs. 9:30 – 10:30 AM O. Reimer                        $60.75
An introduction to taiji. It combines choreography, body awareness and meditation through movement. Improve
and maintain strength, range of motion, co-ordination and balance and have fun doing it.
Advancing Tai Chi            New!      233987 Tues. & Thurs. 10:45 – 11:45 AM O. Reimer                   $60.75
We will practice Taiji Qigong, 8, 16, 24 and 48 Forms. The emphasis will be on refining movements to make
them more relaxed, efficient and enjoyable and on cultivating inner calm and focus.
Tai Chi – 48 Weapons/Forms             230490 Tues. & Thurs.             9 – 10 AM M. Maki                $60.75
This course is designed for those who are familiar with the 48 forms. Tai Chi sword incorporates graceful
curved movements of tai chi with the weapon so that the sword is an extension of the body.
Tai Chi - 48 Forms                     230489 Tues &                3:30 – 4:30 PM You Lian Peng          $60.75
                                                 Fri              10:45 – 11:45 AM
Tai Chi is a continuous discipline. With practice it will improve overall health, balance, concentration and
co-ordination. For those who feel comfortable with the introduction to the 48 forms. Course will cover the
completion of the 48 Forms.
Whole Body Tai Chi Qigong              230492 Fri        New!      9:30 – 10:30 AM You Lian Peng          $30.83
This class is a good introduction to Tai Chi and Qigong but will also enhance the health benefits of those who
already practice Tai Chi. This new class encompasses unique whole body moves along with warm up and cool
down routines.
Tai Chi – Qigong – 6 Forms             230481 Tues                  2:30 – 3:30 PM You Lian Peng          $30.83
Taiji Qigong is a combination of the ancient Chinese forms of Taiji and Qigong. Mental concentration and
calmness are developed as one practices these forms. They can also be done standing or in a seated position.

GENERAL INTEREST
Activity                                Code       Day               Time               Instructor             Fee                                        Community Services Department
Guitar Lessons–Beginner 1 (Part 3) 230464 Wed (10 weeks)                   10 – 11 AM A. Wrigglesworth $115.49
Beginner Guitar lessons (Part 2) is a continuing class of Beginner Guitar lessons (Part 1). All participants must
bring their own guitar.
Fiddle Lessons–Beginner 1 (Part 3) 231237 Tues (10 weeks) 9:30 – 10:30 AM A. Wrigglesworth $115.49
This course is a continuation of the beginner fiddle lessons, participants will expand upon their techniques
learned in Part 1.
Guitar Lessons–Beginner 2 (Part 3) 230465 Tues (10 weeks)10:45 – 11:45 AM A. Wrigglesworth $115.49
Beginner Guitar lessons 2 (Part 2) is a continuing class of Beginner Guitar lessons. All participants must bring
their own guitar and have previously taken Beginner 2 (Part 1).
Swedish Weaving (begins April 26) 232188 Tues                          1:00 – 3:00 PM V. Zhiha               $27.00
Also known as Huck Weaving, this art is simple and easy to learn. In this class you will learn to weave pattersn on
cloth to produce a table runner or similar items. All materials can be purchased from the instructor for $20.00.
Meditation (begins Apr. 25) New! 232537 Mon (4 weeks)                    9 – 10:15 AM D. Khani               $42.94
Learn the true art of relaxation and lower your stress level with the art of meditation. Breathing techniques and
an opportunity to connect with your inner self. Try something new this winter and learn to meditate!
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                           Thunder Bay 55 Plus Centre                Thunder Bay 55 Plus Centre                                                                700 River Street
                                                                     VISUAL ARTS
                                                                     Activity                              Code      Day               Time                Instructor            Fee
                                                                     Oil & Acrylics                         230474 Tues                    9 AM – 12 PM Lynne Lindsey           $71.60
                                                                     Beginner & Intermediate
                                                                     This course is designed for beginners and people with some experience in Oil painting. We will concentrate on
                                                                     mixing colours, composition and will complete a still-life and a landscape during this session. Try your artist
                                                                     brush at the centre this winter!
                                                                     Introduction to Oil Painting-NEW 230538 Mon
                                                                                                     New!                                  9 AM – 12 PM Linda Dell              $71.60
                                                                     Participants will be introduced to painting fundamentals and work in a friendly, turpentine-free environment.
                                                                     Topics to be explored include basic colour mixing, composition, value and techniques plus the use of brushes
                                                                     and mediums. Subjects will include still life and landscape with an emphasis on exploring techniques.
                                                                     Introduction to Watercolour            233387 Thurs                         1 – 4 PM Lee Fiddler           $71.60
                                                                     NEW
                                                                       New!          Painting
                                                                     This class is designed for those who have minimal or no experience in watercolour painting. You will gain the
                                                                     most basic knowledge in the medium in order to prepare you to advance to a beginner level. The course will
                                                                     focus on colour theory, supplies, terminology and basic watercolour techniques. Supply list will be provided.
                                                                     Mixed Media                            230471 Mon                     9 AM – 12 PM Greg Zelinski           $71.60
                                                                     Experience artistry with talented local artist, Greg Zelinski this winter. This course will cover techniques in Pen
                                                                     & Ink as well as life drawing using both wet and dry mediums.
                                                                     Mechanics Of Watercolours              230495 Mon                           1 – 4 PM Greg Zelinski         $71.60
                                                                     If you ever admired a watercolour painting and wanted to try out this age old art, this class is for you! The aim
                                                                     is to understand various differences of transparent, opaque and staining colours then adapt colours best suited to
                                                                     your style or subject matter.
                                                                     Drawing & Sketching                    230457 Wed                           1 – 4 PM Greg Zelinski         $71.60
                                                                     Classes are designed to help artists develop their visual perception. Skills are developed by drawing what we
                                                                     actually see & not what we think it should look like. Materials used: conte crayon, charcoal, graphic pens.
                                                                     Watercolours –Florals/Birds            230494 Fri                     9 AM – 12 PM Lee Fidler              $71.60
                                                                     Watercolours –Florals/Birds           230493 Fri                          1 – 4 PM Lee Fidler              $71.60
                                                                     This course is for painters with some experience. It will cover colour theory, using the colour wheel for mixing
                                                                     of colours and various painting techniques with the focus on a direct/realistic style. Florals and birds are the
                                                                     main subject matters in this course.


                                                                                                                      Volunteer Corner
                                                                                                                      Opportunities include, but are not limited to:
                                     Community Services Department




                                                                                                                    * Kitchen * Cashier * Set-Up Crew * Special Events
                                                                                                                     * Library * Information Desk * Committee Member
                                                                                                                     * Gift Shop * Centre Maintenance * Office Support
                                                                                                                       * Weekly Dances * Yard Work & Flower Planting
                                                                                                                  * Dishwasher * Computer Instructor * Fund Raising Events

                                                                        Thunder Bay 55 Plus Centre                 With numerous positions and opportunities available,
                                                                             700 River Street                          we will work with you to find the best fit for
                                                                                684-3066                                   your strengths and your schedule.
                                                                        Herb Carroll 55 Plus Centre                          We appreciate our volunteers!
                                                                            1100 Lincoln Street                            For more information, call Carol at 684-3277.
                                                                                625-2316                                              cdavis@thunderbay.ca
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 Thunder Bay 55 Plus Centre                                                                   700 River Street
COMPUTER & TECHNOLOGY COURSES - Classes run April 25 to May 23 (six weeks)
Activity                                Code      Day               Time                 Instructor            Fee
       New!
Skype *NEW* (2 week class)           233587 Sat         11:30 AM – 1:30 PM           C. DePeuter       $40.00
April 23 & April 30th
Learn the ins and outs of communicating on the web through Skype. Communicate with friends and family
through web-conferencing and interact through your home computer.
Internet/Computer Security           233588 Sat Apr 16           2 – 4 PM            S. Taymaz         $40.00
 (2 day mini session)        New!              Sun Apr 17
This class covers safe computing techniques, how to protect yourself and to protect your computer from viruses.
How to ensure your financial transactions are conducted safely on the internet, choosing secure passwords and
more……
Ebay & Pay Pal *NEW* New!            233188 Sat Apr 30           2 – 4 PM            S. Taymaz         $40.00
(2 day mini session)                            Sun May 1
Ever wanted to learn about Ebay and Pay Pal? Interested in how to purchase and sell items from Ebay, how to set
up an account and track potential purchases? Learn about Pay Pal too, it is popular way to pay for Ebay items.
Cell Phones 101                        233187 Tues       7:15 – 8:45 PM                 L. Zimak            $70.01
                     New!
Cell Phones 101                        230450 Mon          10 – 11:30 AM                   A. Houston          $70.01
Learn the basics of your cell phone, how to create a contact list, phone settings, ring tones & the basics of texting.
Computer Beginners                     230447 Tues         9:30 – 11:30 AM                 TBA                 $73.21
This class will take you through the beginning stages of using a computer. Learn how to navigate through basic
programs and utilize your mouse and properly shut down your computer. No previous experience necessary.
Intermediate                             230454 Thurs 1:00 – 3:00 PM                       P. Skula           $73.21
For students who have taken the beginner course of have a general knowledge of computers. Topics covered
include: Word processing using MS Word or WordPerfect, introduction to spreadsheets/database, managing
files/folders and creative use of E-Mail using attachments
Internet & E-Mail                        230456 Fri         9:30 – 11:30 AM                R. Trembley        $73.21
Provides an overview of the Internet Learn techniques needed to use the Internet: browsers, search engines and
E-Mail. Must be Proficient in using the mouse and be familiar with the use of Windows XP
Learn your own laptop New!               233590 Mon         1:00 – 3:00 PM                 A. Houston         $73.21
This class is limited to only six participants. All participants must have their own laptop (PC) with Windows
XP or Windows 7. All participants should have a basic knowledge of computer processing, navigating the web,
internet and email.
Digital Camera(Beginner)                 230451 Mon         7 – 9 PM                       G. Poling          $73.21
A 6 week course designed to help amateur digital photographers the basics of good picture taking and dealing with
some of the pitfalls to be found in digital photography. You do not need to have a digital camera for this course.
                                                                                                                                                      Community Services Department

                                               If you are 55 Plus and enjoy a little bit of friendly
                                               competition and having fun, we have something just for
                                               you. The Northwest Senior Games is an Annual event
                                               and promotes a healthy active lifestyle. There are 16
                                               different events to choose from (i.e. golf, badminton,
                                               bowling, walking, swimming, cards and more).




                                                            Interested in being a convenor for activities for the
                                                            Northwest Senior Games, call Magdalena at
                                                            625-3135. Get involved and have a ball!
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                           Thunder Bay 55 Plus Centre                Thunder Bay 55 Plus Centre                                                700 River Street

                                                                                     ❧ Weekly               Activity Calendar ❧
                                                                     Participants are charged a nominal fee on a “Pay As You Play” basis. This calendar does
                                                                     not include instructional programs and all recreational opportunities available each day at
                                                                     the Centre. All activities are subject to change to accommodate Centre programming.

                                                                     MONDAY                                           THURSDAY
                                                                      9:00 am    Diabetes Health Counselling           9:00 am      Painting, Drop-In
                                                                                 (3rd Monday; Sept., Nov.,             9:30 am      Knitting Group
                                                                                 Jan., Mar. & May)                    11:30 am      Hot Lunch
                                                                      9:00 am    VON Foot Care (2nd & 4th                 Noon      Badminton
                                                                                 Monday - Call 344-0012                1:00 pm      Health Matters
                                                                                 for appointment)                                   (1st Thurs., Sept to June))
                                                                     10:00 am    Blood Pressure Screening              1:00 pm      Scrabble
                                                                                 (1st Monday, Sept. to June)           1:00 pm      Darts (Sept. to May)
                                                                     11:30 am    Hot Lunch                             1:00 pm      Tea Time
                                                                      1:00 pm    Duplicate Bridge Club                              (4th Thurs., Sept. to May)
                                                                      1:00 pm    VON Foot Care (3rd                    1:15 pm      Euchre
                                                                                 Monday - Call 344-0012                7:00 pm      Cribbage
                                                                                 for appointment)                      7:00 pm      Dance ($7)
                                                                      1:00 pm    Line Dancing-Beginner
                                                                                                                      FRIDAY
                                                                                 (Sept. to May)
                                                                                                                      11:00 am      Ladies Only Billiards
                                                                      1:30 pm    Cribbage
                                                                                                                      11:30 am      Hot Lunch
                                                                      2:00 pm    Line Dancing-Intermediate
                                                                                                                          Noon      Badminton
                                                                                 (Sept. to May)
                                                                                                                      12:45 pm      Contract Bridge
                                                                      3:00 pm    T.O.P.S. - Weigh-In
                                                                                                                       1:30 pm      Bid Euchre
                                                                      4:00 pm    T.O.P.S. - Meeting
                                                                                                                       1:30 pm      Grief Support Group
                                                                                 (Call 683-6831 to register)
                                                                                                                                    (Call 684-3471)
                                                                      6:30 pm    Euchre
                                                                                                                       1:30 pm      Bid Euchre
                                                                     TUESDAY                                           2:00 pm      Carpet Bowling
                                                                     11:30 am Hot Lunch
                                                                     11:45 am Badminton                               SATURDAY
                                                                      1:00 pm Finnish EverYoung Club Meeting          9:00 am       Eyeglass Clinic
                                                                              (1st & 3rd Tuesday)                                   (4th Sat., Sept. to June
                                                                      1:30 pm Whist                                                 Call 684-3471 for appt.
                                                                      6:30 pm Canasta
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                                                                                                                      9:00-11:00 am Breakfast in the Café, $2.99
                                                                     WEDNESDAY                                        1:00 pm       Entertainment (Sept to May)
                                                                     10:00 am    Senior Men's Fix-It Club Meeting     11 am-1 pm    Lunch in the Café
                                                                                 (2nd & 4th Wednesday)
                                                                     11:30 am    Hot Lunch                            SUNDAY
                                                                      1:00 pm    Hearing Screening Testing            1:00 pm        Canasta
                                                                                 (2nd Wed., Sept. to June,            2:00 pm        Sunday Music & Variety
                                                                                 Call 684-3471 for appointment)                      Program
                                                                      1:00 pm    Floor Shuffleboard                                  (October to mid-April)
                                                                      1:00 pm    55 Plus Travel Club (2nd Wed.)
                                                                      1:00 pm    Crokinole (Sept. to May)                     We are always looking for
                                                                      1:30 pm    Info Sessions (Sept. to May)                   new activities to offer.
                                                                      3:00 pm    Silver Sound Choir (Sept. to Apr.)      Please call 684-3277 if you have any
                                                                      6:30 pm    Bid Euchre
                                                                                                                             ideas or would be willing to
                                                                      7:00 pm    NWO Senior Citizen’s Amateur
                                                                                 Radio Club (3rd Wed.)                        co-ordinate a new activity.
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Thunder Bay 55 Plus Centre and Herb Carroll 55 Plus Centre
                                      www.thunderbay.ca/55plus

Looking for the perfect way to spend a short amount of time and have a
fantastic experience? Try our workshop option, take part in a short term
activity and have a ball. Workshops are offered at both the Thunder Bay
55 Plus Centre located at 700 River Street and the Herb Carroll 55 Plus
Centre located at 1100 Lincoln Street (parking lot located off Donald
Street). Call for more information on any of the workshops listed below.
         Thunder Bay 55 Plus Centre information – 684-3066 and
           Herb Carroll 55 Plus Centre information – 625-2316
WORKSHOPS - THUNDER BAY 55 PLUS - 700 RIVER STREET
Workshop Title                        Code      Day               Time                Instructor           Fee
“The Magic of Scarving”                231287 Wed. Mar 30                    1:00 pm Joan Kulmala        $5.00
Enjoy a fun filled interactive hour with Joan. Learn how to use your scarves that have been hidden away for
years. Bring along your enthusiasm plus – 1 large rectangular scarf, 1 large and 1 small square scarf, 1 shawl
size (if you have one), and a scarf pin.
“Container Gardening                   231338 Wed. Apr 13            1:00 – 3:00 pm Master Gardeners $15.00
& Decorations”
Take a look at whimsical and practical containers and decorations for your garden. Get inspired to find and
create unique containers for your plants, as well as learning the “How-to” of garden decorating. You will be
provided with easy to follow directions and plans for creating your own unique decorations.
“Learn your Car”                       233537 Sat May. 14           1:00 – 3:00 p.m. Derek Ross,         $15.00
                                                                                      Certified Mechanic
Learn your car – basics for seniors! Learn to check the oil, tire pressure, how to change windshield wipers,
troubleshoot problems and the basics of car maintenance.
“Cedar and Willow Planter”             231337 Wed. Apr 27            1:00 – 4:00 pm Judi Vinni           $28.00
                                                                                      – Willow Springs
Construct a rustic planter using wood and pliable willow. Stencil the front with a design and then plant up a
few herbs to get summer started early. Bring a hammer if you have one.
WORKSHOPS - HERB CARROLL 55 PLUS - 1100 LINCOLN STREET (Parking off Donald Street)
Workshop Title                        Code      Day               Time                Instructor           Fee
“Getting Started with                    231288 Tue. March 29            1:00 – 3:00 pm Master Gardeners $15.00
Plant Propagation”
This session offers a hands-on demonstration of propagation techniques that can be done indoors, including                                                                        Community Services Department
seeding, cuttings and small plant plugs. Learn how to give your garden a head start with very little expense.
“Easter Entertaining”                    231387 Thurs. April 14 1:00 – 4:00 pm Natalie Hotson               $40.00
                                                                                           & Rhonda Bell
Enjoy an interactive class and learn to make delectable appetizers along with creating stunning centerpieces for
your Easter table. You will make a table topper along with creating and sampling appetizers and taking home
great ideas and recipes
Watercolour Painting                     233887 Mon. Apr. 25            1:00 – 4:00 pm Natalie Hotson $25.00
Basic watercolour technique will be explored such as wet on wet, wet blending, brush strokes, glazing and negative
painting. Materials to bring: graphite pencil, eraser, watercolour paper, brushes and primary watercolours.
Lead the Way: A Workshop to Encourage Women 55-70 to be More Physically Active
A FREE 3-hour workshop for women aged 55 to 70. Speakers include Shelley Callaghan from the
Canadian Association for the Advancement of Women and Sport (CAAWS) in Ottawa.
Thursday, February 24 from 9 am to 12 noon. Thunder Bay 55 Plus Centre. FREE but registration
required. Call Nancy Angus at 684-2403 or nangus@thunderbay.ca to register.
                                  See why we put the PLUS in 55!
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                           Herb Carroll 55 Plus Centre                       Herb Carroll 55 Plus Centre
                                                                                                     1100 Lincoln Street
                                                                                                                      625-2316
                                                                                            Visit our website at: www.thunderbay.ca/herb
                                                                                                        THE HERB CARROLL CENTRE IS OPEN TO THOSE 55 PLUS!
                                                                                                                     DROP IN FOR A TOUR AND
                                                                                                                  SEE WHAT WE HAVE TO OFFER!
                                                                                                                        There is no membership fee !
                                                                                                                    YES we are attached to McIvor Court,
                                                                                                              BUT WE ARE OPEN TO ALL RESIDENTS OF
                                                                                                                  THUNDER BAY WHO ARE 55 PLUS!!
                                                                                                                                WE OFFER:
                                                                                                           • Registered Programs: Fitness, Visual Arts, Workshops
                                                                                                                    • Drop In Programs: Bridge, Billiards

                                                                                   ❧ Spring 2011 Registered Programs ❧
                                                                                 Programs start the week of March 28 and end the week of May 21, 2011
                                                                                      (8 weeks unless stated otherwise) To register by phone using
                                                                                   VISA or MASTERCARD...Call 625-8463. *All prices include HST*
                                                                                         Registration begins Monday, February 28 at 8:30 a.m.
                                                                      FITNESS
                                                                      Activity                              Code      Day              Time                Instructor           Fee
                                                                      Yoga – Seated/Standing                 230401 Fri                  11 AM– 12 PM Colleen Sadler           $45.20
                                                                      Yoga for the Fun of It - Yoga is for everyone ! Chair Yoga - one hour of stretching, toning, breathing exercises,
                                                                      smiling and laughing. Using the chair, we learn basic yoga postures and breathing techniques designed to
                                                                      de-stress, strengthen and bring flexibility to your body and mind. All levels of ability welcome.
                                                                      Joy of Line Dancing                    230392 Wed                  1:30 – 3:00 PM Armin Del Rosario$46.23
                                                                      Line dancing isn't just country and western any more !! It's modern, urban sophistication, flowing waltz and
                                                                      night club rhythm and Latin flavour. It is FUN, GREAT EXERCISE and YOU DON'T NEED A PARTNER.
                                                                      Learn new and traditional line dances in a comfortable, welcoming class. For beginners and those who feel
                                                                      they have two left feet.
                                                                      Seated/Standing Tai Chi                230394 Tues & Thurs         11 AM– 12 PM M. Maki                  $60.84
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                                                                      Tai Chi is the centuries old Chinese art of moving meditation; with slow controlled movement. This class includes
                                                                      gentle exercises using Tai Chi movements that can be performed either seated or standing. Helps to improve mental
                                                                      & physical balance; increase & maintain range of motion and improve flexibility and co-ordination.


                                                                      VISUAL ARTS
                                                                      Activity                              Code      Day              Time                Instructor            Fee
                                                                      Oil & Acrylic Painting,                  230393 Fri                   9 AM – 12 PM Lynne Lindsay         $71.57
                                                                      Beginner to Intermediate
                                                                      This class is designed for those who are just starting out with oils. Everything from composition to personal
                                                                      expression will be covered. Individual critiques, one on one instruction and personal guidance is provided at
                                                                      your own pace.
                                                                      Basic Watercolours                       230395 Tues                        1 – 4 PM Greg Zelinski       $71.60
                                                                      This is a beginner class and is designed for those who are completely new to watercolours or have a little
                                                                      experience. The basic techniques and principles for using this medium will be covered. Instructor will review
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Herb Carroll 55 Plus Centre                                                      1100 Lincoln Street
COMPUTER LESSONS - Classes begin April 23, 2011
Activity                            Code      Day             Time                Instructor          Fee
Beginner Level                      230387     Sat               9AM – 12 PM      TBA               $53.81
Beginner Internet                   230389     Sat                  1 – 4 PM      TBA               $53.81

Beginner Level class focuses on the basics of computer processing for absolute beginners and introduces
the participant to basic skills of using a computer. Simple word processing, use of the mouse and proper
shutdown will be studied.

Beginner Level Internet class involves the basics of ‘surfing the net’, how to use search engines, finding
information on the world wide web, how to navigate to the sites you would like to visit and internet
safety basics.

Computer classes are 1 hour per week for 6 weeks. Please call 625-2316 to book a lesson time for these
classes.


  Support Person – No fee if accompanied by a person with a PAL (Personal Attendant for
    Leisure) Card at both Thunder Bay 55 Plus Centre and Herb Carroll 55 Plus Centre.




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                                Community Centres                                                 Community Centres
                                                                                                       In Your Neighbourhood
                                                                      Inclusion Services: If you have a disability and could use some help in any of the activities and programs
                                                                      at a Community Centre, please let us know when you register. Inclusion Services is available to provide lim-
                                                                      ited support to you FREE of charge. Call 625-3220 for more information.

                                                                                                               YARD SALE                                  INTERNATIONAL BALLROOM
                                                                             North McIntyre                    Saturday, May 14th                         DANCING: ,
                                                                            Recreation Centre                  9 a.m. – 2 p.m.                            Wednesday nights, Starts at 8:15 p.m.
                                                                            2051 Government Road               To book a spot, please call 767-1400,      until 10 p.m.
                                                                                   R.R. #12                    or email nmacrec@tbaytel.net               Cost is $30.00 per person or $60.00
                                                                            Phone & Fax: 767-1400                                                         per couple for 6 weeks. Call Walter @
                                                                                                               HOCKEY RINK HOURS                          767-4845 for more info.
                                                                      Office Hours:                            There are 2 rinks, pond rink for
                                                                      The office is open Tuesday to Thurs-     skaters, boarded rink for hockey and       NOR MAC SENIORS:
                                                                      day, 8 a.m. - 11 a.m. or email           the occasional skating supervised          Thursday mornings, from
                                                                      nmacrec@tbaytel.net. Please leave        hours are:                                 10 a.m. with light exercise and then an
                                                                      your name, number and a short mes-       Weekdays: Monday - Friday -- 6pm to        enjoyable hour of social time.
                                                                      sage and we will return your calls.      9pm                                        Anyone 50+ welcomed.
                                                                      Thank you.                               Weekends: Saturday & Sunday –1pm
                                                                                                               to 9pm                                     LITTLE MAC PLAYSCHOOL:
                                                                      PANCAKE BREAKFASTS:                                                                 Tuesday mornings from
                                                                      Sunday, March 27th                       PEROGIES FOR SALE:                         9:30 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. Light snacks
                                                                      Sunday, April 17th                       Made fresh every Wednesday.                included.
                                                                      Sunday, May 29th                         Cooked $3.50 per dozen or frozen           Call Janet @ 767-1707 for more infor-
                                                                      Come out and enjoy a great breakfast     $3.00 per dozen.                           mation.
                                                                      of Finn pancakes,                        Call Ruth @ 767-0998 or the Rec.
                                                                      sausages, eggs, bacon, orange juice,     Centre @ 767-1400.                         KARATE: Tuesday & Thursday
                                                                      tea or coffee.                                                                      evenings from 6:30 p.m.
                                                                      Cost: $7.00 per adult and children       RENTALS:                                   until 10 p.m. Call Mike @ 683-5041
                                                                      under 12, $3.00 each.                    We have 3 different areas to rent for      or Trevor @ 344-5702 for
                                                                      Time: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.                   your function.                             more information.
                                                                                                               Let us help you with your Weddings,
                                                                      MEAT BINGO’S:                            Anniversary, Showers,                      LADIES AUXILIARY:
                                                                      Sunday, March 27th (Ham & Turkey)        Meetings, Workshops, Birthday Par-         Wednesday mornings at 9:30 a.m. – 12
                                                                      Sunday, April 17th                       ties, etc.                                 noon
                                                                      Sunday, May 29th (BBQ)                   Now with internet access.
                                                                      Come out with the whole family (chil-    We are located in city limits, 5 minutes            Jackpine
                                                                      dren invited also)                       from County Fair Plaza
                                                                      These are meat bingos. Good neigh-
                                                                                                                                                                Community Centre
                                                                                                               just off of Dawson Rd.                               260 Jackpine Road
                                                                      bors, door prizes, and raffles           We are wheelchair accessible.
                                                                      Doors open at 5 p.m. Early Birds                                                                   P7G 1P6
                                                                                                               Call today and we can quote you                       Phone: 345-1641
                                                                      5:30p.m. Regular Games 6 p.m.            prices.
                                                                      Cost is only 50 cents per card.
                                                                      Don’t forget to bring your bingo chips   CRIBBAGE:                                  Looking to help out?
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                                                                      or pennies.                              Every Monday evening, starting at 6        Jackpine is looking for volunteers to
                                                                      For more info please call Cheryl @       p.m. Please call 767-1400 for more in-     help with the operation of the Centre.
                                                                      767-8823 or rec.centre @ 767-1400        formation.                                 Whether there is a program you would
                                                                                                                                                          like to see at the Centre, or if you just
                                                                      FAMILY FUN DAY!                                                                     want to help out, contact Ken Magill
                                                                      Monday, February 21st                                                               at 625-2304 to discuss all the opportu-
                                                                      Breakfast – 9-11 a.m.                                                               nities available.
                                                                      Games 12- 3 p.m.
                                                                      3:15-4 p.m. Broomball Game (McIn-
                                                                      tyre Cuties!)
                                                                      Come out and enjoy activities for the
                                                                      whole family.

                                                                      SPRING TEA, CRAFT & BAKE
                                                                      SALE
                                                                      Sunday, May 1st
                                                                      Craft Sale – 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
                                                                      Tea – 12 noon – 2 p.m.
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        West Arthur                         Classes start on Tuesdays, March 22.        as the regulars that sign up for the
      Community Centre                      8 weeks @ $60 per couple.                   complete session. For more informa-
      1914 West Arthur Street               Beginners at 8:30pm – 10pm                  tion call Oliver at 345-6209.
         Phone: 577-6661                    Intermediate at 7pm – 8:30pm (must
   E-Mail: westarthur@tbaytel.net           have previous dance experience). For        Moms & Tots:
                                            more information or to register call        If you are close to our Centre and
President:                                  473-1922 or email bgrooks@shaw.ca.          would like to start up a Mom’s & Tot’s
Jayne Smith, 473-9070                       Please register early. To preserve the      group, give us a call and maybe we can
                                            quality of instruction, we limit the size   accommodate you. At this time we do
Hall Rentals:                               of our class.                               not have a regular one. We are here
The centre is open for rentals. An-         **We will also choreograph dances for       Tuesday & Wednesday mornings from
niversaries, Baby showers, banquets,        special occasions**                         9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
birthday parties (young & old), bridal
showers, almost any type of course          Table Tennis:                               Mothers Market:
that we have enough interest in can be      We have a group of very active Table        The mothers are all getting ready to
covered, family reunions, luncheons,        Tennis men and women as well as a           have another Mother’s Market on Sat-
funeral gatherings, meetings of all         couple of youths that come every            urday May 7th 2011. Don’t forget to
sizes, weddings, workshops and many         Thursday evening from 7:00 p.m. to          drop in; they have an enormous
more. All this in air conditioned com-      9:00 p.m. for a few exciting games.         amount of great clothes and toys in
fort. For more information please call      Ken is here every Thursday night and        good condition to buy for youngsters.
577-6661.                                   is willing to teach anyone interested in    Doors are only open from 10:00 a.m.
Our office hours are Tuesday &              learning the proper way to play. If you     ‘till noon. Admission is only $1.00
Wednesday from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.       need more information, just give Ken        and their prices are the best.
and Thursdays from 3:00 p.m. to 7:00        a call at 623-9408
p.m. or call and leave a message and we                                                 Pottery Fair:
will get back to you. Our community         Cribbage:                                   West Arthur is again proud to be the
centre consists of 3 different size rooms   Cribbage is under way and will con-         place for the 34th annual Pottery Fair
so whether your event is big or small       tinue until May. A very reasonable rate     to be held on June 25th, 2011 from
we can accommodate you.                     and a small snack with a little conver-     10:00 am to 4:00 p.m. Drop by and see
                                            sation at the end of 7 games, helps to      all the things that our locals can pro-
General Meetings:                           break up the week. Games begin at           duce, and teach us all how interesting
General meetings are every THIRD            7:30 p.m. every Wednesday evening.          it is. The talent in Thunder Bay is re-
Tuesday of March & May at 7:00 p.m.         We have a friendly group and if you’re      ally something to have a look at and
If you are interested in your Commu-        looking for a few chuckles and some         take part in. There is something for
nity Centre, please try and make it to      happy card players, we are here. Just       every age group. The kids can play in
one of our meetings. We are looking         drop in on a Wednesday evening or           the playground while Mom and Pop
for more involvement from the general       give Wayne a call at 473-5703 and he        browse all the different items.
public in the area. Come join us with       can supply you with more details.
your ideas.                                                                             New Date For Our Yard Sale:
                                            Carpet Bowling:                             Our Indoor Yard Sale will be on Sun-
Square Dancing:                             Our Carpet Bowlers have already             day May 1st, 2011 this year with the
Square Dancing has begun with the           started bowling each Thursday after-        doors open from 10:00 a.m. until 3:00
Amethyst Square Dancers starting at         noon at 1:30 p.m. and will continue         p.m. Tables are available by calling the
8:00 p.m. every Monday evening.             every Thursday until May. If you’d          Centre at 577-6661 and making sure
They will be dancing each week until        like to get a little limbering up and       your table is booked. Table cost is on
May. What a happy way to meet new           meet some happy seniors, come and           $10.00 each. We are looking forward
friends and get some easy exercise.         join our group. They would be more          to a variety of items that we all have
For more information you can contact        than happy to have you. For more in-        for sale at super reasonable prices. As
                                                                                                                                                        Community Services Department
Bea at 346-5672 or Bill at 577-2731.        formation call George at 577-1570 or        you have heard so many times before,
                                            leave a message at the Centre.              “One man’s trash is another man’s
Round Dancing:                                                                          treasure”. Admission is FREE, and our
Is doing nicely and they have a good        T.O.P.S:                                    Canteen will be open so you can join us
group of folk learning and practicing       T.O.P.S. Weigh-in is every Thursday at      for lunch or just a snack.
how to enjoy the dance. They have           6:00 p.m. followed by a meeting at
classes each Saturday morning from          7:00 p.m.                                   Jigsaw Puzzle Exchange:
10:00 a.m. ‘till 11:00 a.m. For more        For more information please call Mary       If anyone is interested in dropping in
details and information, feel free to       at 473-4863 or Rosemarie at 577-            to exchange jigsaw puzzles please give
call Marlene or Bill at 577-2731            5924.                                       us a call and we will set a time to meet.
                                                                                        We will exchange equal puzzle sizes.
Ballroom Dancing:                           Tai Chi:                                    Any that are now available are from
Have more fun at Weddings, Proms,           We have a Thursday evening class            500 – 750, & 1000 piece sizes. We also
Shags, Parties and Dances! Learn to         from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. This Spring          have a few of the larger ones, 1500 and
ballroom dance in a relaxed and casual      session will be going on until March        2000 piece, I must know in advance if
environment with Barrie and Sandy           17th and then the next session will         that is the size you’re interested in.
Rooks.                                      begin. For more information please          They should be in good condition with
Learn Fox Trot, Tango, Cha-Cha,             call the Centre at 577-6661.                no pieces missing. Just be sure to call
Rumba, Swing, Waltz in a social style       Oliver is our instructor and gentlemen      before you venture out.
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                                                                      West Arthur C.C., continued...
                                                                      Book Exchange:                                     Vickers Heights                    Control:
                                                                      West Arthur has started a Book Ex-                Community Centre                    Starting Tues., April 7th at 2:30pm at
                                                                      change this fall. This is open to all                                                 Vickers Heights
                                                                                                                          1695 Broadway Ave.
                                                                      ages from 1 – 101, male or female. We                                                 Cost: $160 for 8 wks.
                                                                                                                            Phone: 577-4041
                                                                      have several books here and hope to                                                   Weight issues are often complex and
                                                                                                                      On the road to the Old Fort
                                                                      get more in the areas that you are in-                                                sometimes require not only support
                                                                                                                     E-mail: vheights@tbaytel.net
                                                                      terested in. We will have ladies books                                                over a period of time but an in-depth
                                                                                                                   Visit our Website at: www.vhcc.ca
                                                                      as well as men’s and children’s books for                                             understanding of the issue and some of
                                                                      all ages. Even some magazines may ap-                                                 its hidden aspects. Eight wks. will
                                                                      pear. Same rules apply as to the Puzzle     Annual Meeting:                           give us time to discuss the many as-
                                                                      Exchange. Give the centre a call to set     Annual Meeting: March 16, 2011            pects, practice control during class
                                                                      up an appointment, and we will do our                                                 time and have guided hypnosis ses-
                                                                      best to accommodate you. Books are          Board Meetings:                           sions each week.
                                                                      ready to trade at this time.                Held the THIRD Wednesday of each          Call 768-8955 to register or for more
                                                                                                                  month at 7:00 p.m.                        information
                                                                      Baseball Diamond:
                                                                      Our Ball Diamond is available for           Hall Rentals:                             Hunter Safety Course:
                                                                      games by calling the Centre or the City     Call Leila at 577-8596                    Hunter Education and Canadian
                                                                      Parks Division for more details. We         The hall is available for Showers,        Firearms Safety Course.
                                                                      also have a nice big parking lot to         Birthday Parties, Meetings, and           Phone 473-4588 to register.
                                                                      make it easier to bring the family          Courses etc. We have a great location,
                                                                      along, and we have a playground for         easy access, reasonable rates and ex-     Scrapbooking Workshop:
                                                                      the kids to play in while Mom or Dad        cellent facilities.                       March 12th & Apr. 9th
                                                                      play ball.                                  Catering by the Women’s Institute.        9 am – 4 pm Cost: $10
                                                                                                                                                            Phone Martha for information: 623-
                                                                      CPR Level “C” Plus A.E.D.:                  Picnics:                                  0804
                                                                      This would be a full CPR course with        Please book your summer picnics now.
                                                                      external defibrillator (AED) training.                                                Playgroup:
                                                                      If we can get a minimum of 10 people        Zumba:                                    We are looking for volunteers for the
                                                                      interested in taking the course, it         This upbeat cardio and body sculpting     Parents’ and Tots Playgroup.
                                                                      would be possible to set it up at our       dance fitness program has taken the       Mornings or afternoons for 2 hours.
                                                                      community centre. Recertification           world by storm. Not only will you get     For more information call Randy at
                                                                      could also be made available. Cost of       fit fast but you will become a better     577-9067
                                                                      the full course would be $85.00 and         dancer. Come and get fit for spring
                                                                      the recertification would be $45.00.        and have a really fun time!               Women’s Institute:
                                                                      For more information, call the centre       Starts Tuesday, April 5th at 7 pm for     Meetings are held the first Monday of
                                                                      at 577-6661                                 one hour for 10 wks.                      each month, 1 pm .
                                                                                                                  Cost is $100. Drop-ins are $12            This is an organization for personal
                                                                      Catering:                                   To register call cert. Zumba Instructor   growth and community action. If you
                                                                      Ambiance Catering is now available to       Elizabeth LaDouceur at 768-8955           have any questions about the group
                                                                      meet all your catering needs. Whether                                                 please call the Secretary, June Feaver
                                                                      your event is a small or large gather-      Bluegrass and Old Tyme Music              577-8964
                                                                      ing for Bridal Showers, Baby Show-          Old Tyme music and social evening
                                                                      ers, Weddings, Family Reunions,             4th Wednesday, 7:00 pm to 10 pm.          Neebing Needlers:
                                                                      Luncheon Meetings, or any Events re-        Feb. 23, March 23, Apr. 27, May 25.       Anyone interested in quilting & shar-
                                                                      quiring food service, Ambiance Cater-                                                 ing ideas is welcome to meet with us
                                                                      ing can accommodate all your catering       Community Hypnosis for Quitting           on the 2nd & 4th Wednesday of each
                                                                                                                  Smoking:                                  month from 12:00pm to 3:00pm – call
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                                                                      needs.
                                                                      We offer full sit down service, as well     Starting Thurs., April 7th at 1pm at      Lelia at 577-8596
                                                                      as buffet service. We also offer a full     Vickers Heights Community Centre.
                                                                      line of full length linens, fine china,     Cost: $160 for 8 wks.                     Hall Board Volunteers needed!
                                                                      crystal, and silverware. We have            During this 8wk. course you will be       No experience necessary. Your input
                                                                      everything to make your event an ele-       able to develop many facets of under-     into Centre activities would be appre-
                                                                      gant affair.                                standing about the habit and how to       ciated. The Hall Board meets nine
                                                                      Please view our website at www.am-          break it and do this at a non-pressure    times a year, on the third Wednesday
                                                                      biancecatering.ca or call Geri or Ken       pace. As well, there will be guided       of the month.
                                                                      at (807) 926-2762 for further informa-      hypnosis with each class.
                                                                      tion.                                       To register call 768-8955

                                                                      We are always interested in new
                                                                      groups for our Community Centre, so
                                                                      if you have a good idea please give us
                                                                      a call and we will talk about it.



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                                          Latin & Ballroom Dancing, Inter-           Northern Images Art Club:




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       Oliver Road                        national & Social Styles, Beginning        There will NOT be any formal instruc-
     Community Centre                     Intermediate Level                         tion; however, helpful suggestions and
         563 Oliver Road                  Know the basics? Had a beginner            advice will be available within the
         Phone: 345-9531                  class? Not quite ready for a FULL In-      group.
                                          termediate Level, then this is the class   Tuesdays, 7:00 - 10:00 p.m.
President:                                you need to bridge the gap. You will       March 15 – May 17
Wilma Wood, 344-7549                      learn exciting new steps & choreogra-      $20.00/session
                                          phy for the most popular dances. This
Office Hours:                             class is taught by Thunder Bay's most      Latin Line Dancing:
Call the office at 345-9531, Monday to    experienced instructor in a relaxed and    Now you can learn all the fun steps to
Friday between 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.      friendly atmosphere.        Call 768-      the cha-cha, swing, mambo and more,
or Thursday evenings 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.     9102/345-0565           or        email    without a partner. Come out and enjoy
                                          mcartwri@tbaytel.net for more infor-       these classes which are taught in a
General Meetings:                         mation. YOU MUST PRE-REGIS-                friendly and patient atmosphere.
Held the first Thursday in June at 7:30   TER WITH THE REC. CENTRE.                  Everyone is welcome.
p.m. Everyone is welcome! Get in-         Mondays, 7:00 - 8:30 p.m.                  Wednesdays, 1:00 - 2:15 p.m.
volved!                                   March 21 – May 16                          March 23 – May 18
                                          $45.00/couple                              $22.00/person
Ladies Auxiliary Meetings:                Instructor: Frank Cartwright               Instructor: Frank Cartwright, Thunder
Held the first Monday of the month at                                                Bay's most experienced Latin dance
1:30 p.m. Come out and make new           Social Ballroom & Latin Dance,             instructor
friends!                                  Beginner Level
                                          If you have never danced before or just    Oliver Road Social Bridge Drop-In:
2011 Memberships:                         need a refresher, this class is for you.   Come out and play a fun game of
Memberships are $5.00 per year.           Taught by Thunder Bay's most experi-       bridge. Everyone is welcome!
Come to our office and fill out your      enced instructor in a friendly and re-     Fridays, 12:50 - 3:30 p.m.
membership today! Become a mem-           laxed atmosphere. Waltz, Tango,            Starting: January 28
ber, become a volunteer! This is your     Swing/Jive, Fox Trot, Cha Cha and          Fee: $5.00/afternoon.
community centre – come out and take      more. Free bridal and special occasion
an active part.                           choreography available. Call 768-          OTHER EVENTS
                                          9102/345-0565           or        email
Hall Rentals and In-House Cater-          mcartwri@tbaytel.net for more infor-       T.O.P.S. (Take Off Pounds Sensi-
ing:                                      mation. YOU MUST PRE-REGIS-                bly):
The fully air-conditioned O.R.R.A. has    TER WITH THE REC. CENTRE.                  Tuesdays, weigh-in 6:15 to 7:15 p.m.
rental space for weddings, showers,       Mondays, 8:30 - 10:15 p.m.                 Support meeting at 7:30 p.m., down-
socials, anniversaries, meetings, and     March 21 – May 16                          stairs around back.
special parties. Enjoy the use of our     $60.00/couple                              For more information, call Diane at
large projection screen for showing       Instructor: Frank Cartwright               344-6974 or Rose Marie at 577-5924.
slides or movies over our stage.
                                          Morning Stretch & Relaxation:              Indoor Yard Sale:
We feature two rooms - the MAIN           Stretch and move your body through a       Saturday, May 7, 2011
HALL, capacity 170, and the OLIVER        series of postures and routines. Tech-     10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
ROOM, capacity 80. We also offer          niques help to strengthen and relax        To rent a table, please call the office at
FULL banquet catering: hot meals,         your body & mind. A healthy way to         345-9531. The fee for an 8-foot table
cold plates, sandwiches for weddings,     start your morning. All ages are wel-      is $15.00.
showers, funerals, etc. Be sure to ask    come.
for a menu!                               Tuesdays & Thursdays,
                                          9:30 - 10:30 a.m.
                                                                                                                                                      Community Services Department
PROGRAMS                                  March 29 – June 2
                                          $55.00/session
Registration:                             Instructor: Marina McEachern
Monday, March 14-21
Call the office at 345-9531, Monday to
Friday between 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
or Thursday evenings between 6:00 -
8:00 p.m. NOTE: Registration MUST
be paid before classes start. Please
make cheques payable to OLIVER
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                                Community Centres
                                                                                Ogden                             Runs January 10th to May 30th. Every                  Vale
                                                                            Community Centre                      Monday from 2:30 – 4:30. An after-               Community Centre
                                                                             600 McKenzie Street                  noon where you can showcase your                      420 Vale Ave.
                                                                               Phone: 625-2198                    achievements and share experiences,                  Phone: 577-2290
                                                                          email: ogden@thunderbay.ca              tips, trick, and advice. Last 20 minutes
                                                                                                                  dedicated to open mic.                     President:
                                                                                                                  Contact Kaitlyn McFall @ 624-3448          Kay Geravelis: 577-5038
                                                                      Contact: Melissa Costanzo                   for more information.
                                                                      Ogden Community Centre has a multi                                                     Office Hours:
                                                                                                                  Tai Chi:                                   Monday to Friday
                                                                      purpose room available to rent for          Tai Chi is a low-impact exercise for all
                                                                      meetings, training courses, seminars,                                                  8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
                                                                                                                  ages. It develops balance, flexibility
                                                                      lectures, and birthday parties, Christ-     and strength. It also releases stress,
                                                                      mas parties, bridal or baby showers, or                                                Hall Rentals:
                                                                                                                  lowers blood pressure and increases        Vale is available for Hall Rentals for
                                                                      dance/drama groups. We offer a full         circulation. Contact Hu MacDonald
                                                                      sized gymnasium; equipped for many                                                     birthday parties – adult & children,
                                                                                                                  for more information at 626-9540.          yard sales, children’s Christmas par-
                                                                      sports such as floor hockey or basket-      Wednesdays and Fridays from 9am-
                                                                      ball (hockey nets and some equipment                                                   ties, showers – baby & wedding, sport
                                                                                                                  10am. Open to all, drop-ins are al-        registrations, meetings, and many
                                                                      are provided). Our Community Centre         lowed.
                                                                      has a full sized kitchen with 2 stoves,                                                more. Call Kay 577-5038 or the Cen-
                                                                      fridge and microwave. All dishes and                                                   tre 577-2290.
                                                                                                                  Inflatable Birthday Parties!
                                                                      utensils are provided.                      Want to have an Inflatable castle at       Vale 55 Plus:
                                                                                                                  your next birthday party? 2 or 3 hour      Wednesdays, 1 – 3 PM. Come out and
                                                                      Hours of Operation:                         parties are available. Contact Ken for
                                                                      Monday – Friday:                                                                       play Rummoli.
                                                                                                                  prices, information or to book. 344-       Call Kay 577-5038 or the Centre @
                                                                      9:00am – 9:00pm                             1384.
                                                                      Saturday:                                                                              577-2290.
                                                                      9:00am-4:00pm                               Grey Hares:
                                                                      Sunday:                                                                                TOPS:
                                                                                                                  This fitness program is for ALL sen-       (Take off pounds sensibly)
                                                                      11am-5:00pm                                 iors of ALL fitness levels. Join Grey
                                                                      Alternate hours are available upon re-                                                 Fridays 9 – 11 AM. For more informa-
                                                                                                                  Hares for low impact exercise, walk-       tion, call the Centre @ 577-2290 or
                                                                      quest.                                      ing, spot walking, gentle stretching,      Rosemarie @ 577-5924.
                                                                                                                  and muscle strengthening. This pro-
                                                                      Rental Fees:                                gram is available at NO CHARGE!
                                                                      1 hour: $14.72                                                                         Fun Fitness:
                                                                                                                  Come join in Thursdays 12:30pm –           This easy to follow exercise program
                                                                      2-3 hours: $29.44                           1:30pm. If you have any questions
                                                                      4 hours: $44.16                                                                        is ideal if you have arthritis or other
                                                                                                                  please call Debbie at 622-8235 ext.        health related issues, or if you have
                                                                      5-6 hours: $58.88                           2285.                                      been away from regular exercise for
                                                                      Gymnasium: $18.69 per hour                                                             awhile.
                                                                                                                  Rainbow Club Seniors Dance:                Every Tuesday & Thursday from 9:30
                                                                                                                  This event is held every Saturday af-      – 10:30 a.m.
                                                                      Goalball:                                   ternoon at Ogden Community Centre
                                                                      Goalball is a sport where teams of                                                     $3.00 Drop In Fee.
                                                                                                                  from 1:30pm – 3:30pm. Seniors 55           Instructor: Kathy Littlefield.
                                                                      three try to throw a ball that has bells    and older can dance to a different,
                                                                      embedded in it into the opponents'          local live band every week! Admission
                                                                      goal area while blindfolded. Everyone                                                  Hot Lunch for School Kids:
                                                                                                                  is only $3.00 and includes lunch as        Every Wednesday from
                                                                      is invited to check out this exciting       well as refreshments.
                                                                      sport for FREE! Saturdays March 12,                                                    11:30 A.M. – 12:30 P.M. Run by the
                                      Community Services Department




                                                                      April 9, May 14 and June 11 from 12-                                                   Indian Friendship Centre
                                                                      2pm            Contact     Tessa      at                                               Call the Centre 577-2290.
                                                                      puppycat@tbaytel.net or Stephen at
                                                                      625-3220 for more info.                                                                After School Program:
                                                                                                                                                             Vale Community Centre is a site for
                                                                      Crafts, Cards, and Board Games:                                                        the Thunder Bay Boys and Girls Club.
                                                                      Runs January 12th ‘till May 25th                                                       Monday -Friday 3:30- 5:30 p.m.
                                                                      Every Wednesday from 1:30 p.m. –                                                       Monday -Thursday 6:30- 9:00 p.m.
                                                                      3:30p.m. Drop in, socialize, and enjoy                                                 Call 623-0354 for information.
                                                                      the variety of activities available. Free
                                                                      refreshments! Contact Kaitlyn McFall                                                   We are open for any suggestion you
                                                                      @ 624-3448 for more information.                                                       would like to see at Vale. Call the Cen-
                                                                                                                                                             tre @ 577-2290.




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        Current River                        Our dances are held the last Friday of    Soccer Registration Dates:
      Community Centre                       every month (except summer).              Saturday March 5th, 12th, 19th, from
   450 Dewe Ave PO Box 22010                 Cost: $5.00 / per child.                  10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
 Phone: 683-8451 Fax: 683-3601               Time: 7:00 – 9:45 p.m.                    Wednesday March 16th from 6:00
     E-mail: crra_1@yahoo.ca                 Doors open @ 6:30 p.m.                    p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Web Page: www.currentrivercom.com            Children must be picked up by 10:00
                                             p.m.                                      Thunder Bay Girls Softball:
                                             Grades 4 – 8 only. All schools wel-       Registration dates:
President: Arlene Halverson                  come! Only the first 320 children will    Saturday April 2, 9, 16 from 10a.m. –
                                             be admitted. Parent volunteers are        1p.m.
Office Hours:                                needed in order to run out youth          Wednesday April 6 &13 from 6p.m. –
Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.        dances. If you can help please call the   8p.m.
                                             centre @ 683-8451                         New: Girls Division 20 years old and
CRRA Board Meetings:                         Student cards are required!!              over
The meetings are held the 3rd Thurs-
day of each month (except in the sum-        Parents & Tots:                           Is Shin Ryn Karate:
mer) at the centre.                          Mom’s & Dad’s, tired of only having a     The Karate Club has been in operation
Family membership $5.00 per family.          baby to talk to in the morning? Bring     for many years under the leadership of
                                             your children out to play with other      Sensi Dinah Jung. The club teaches Is
Volunteers:                                  kids on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday        Shin Ryn Karate which uses national
Volunteers are needed at our centre.         & Thursday mornings from                  body mechanics & natural stances to
We do work Bingos 2 times a month at         9:30 – 11:15 a.m.                         make for a highly effective self de-
Thunder Bay Community Bingo and              Fee - $3.50 per child                     fense style.
our meat Bingo once a month. We              .50 cents each additional child.          Children’s classes: Monday’s from
could use help from students who             Daily activities include crafts, free     6:00 – 7:00 p.m.
would like to make up their volunteer        play, story time & singing circle. Spe-   Teen / Adult Classes:
hours for school.                            cial events are organized around the      Monday’s from 7:00 – 8:30 p.m.
                                             holidays. Juice is provided.              If you are interested in any of the
Hall Rentals:                                Call the Centre for more information.     classes, please call Dinah @ 767-3825.
We feature 3 rooms for rental: The
Cedar Star Room, the Boardroom and           Fitness Classes:                          Social Ballroom & Latin Dance
a Small Meeting Room. We provide             Using weights, Dyna-bands & step.         Classes:
full banquet catering services for wed-      This is a variety class for all fitness   Tuesdays starting March 22, 2011 for
dings, banquets, as well as catering for     levels. Classes are held every Tuesday    9 weeks from 7 -8:30 p.m. If you’ve
luncheons, teas, showers, etc. We have       & Thursday afternoon from 1:30 to         never danced before or just need a re-
plenty of daytime space open for             2:30 p.m.                                 fresher this class is for you. Taught by
classes, programs, seminars and meet-        Instructor – Lisa Gerts                   Thunder Bay’s most experienced in-
ings. Call Pat Baker, Hall Manager, at       Drop-in Fee: $5.00                        structor in a friendly & relaxed envi-
the Centre to book your event!                                                         ronment. Free bridal and special
                                             CRRA 55Plus:                              occasion choreography available.
Letter from the President:                   Every Wednesday afternoon from 1:00       To register or for more information,
The Current River Community Centre           to 3:30 p.m. enjoy time with your         call Frank 768-9102 / 345-0565 or e
is proud to offer recreational opportu-      friends or make new friends. Everyone     mail mcartwri@tbaytel.net
nities for both young & seniors alike.       is welcomed.                              Cost: $50.00 / couple
With spring approaching, we offer            Get together for a fun afternoon of
many indoor activities.                      cribbage with our seniors.                *New* Latin & Ballroom Dancing,
Crib for Seniors, Parents & Tots,                                                      International & Social Styles:
Quilting, Folk Art, Karate, Socials,         Meat Bingos:                              Beginning Intermediate Level. Tues-
                                                                                                                                                      Community Services Department
Mighty Mite Hockey, Pee Wee                  Once a month - usually the 2nd Sun-       day 8:30 p.m. to 10:00
Hockey, Crafts & Soccer. We offer ex-        day of each month.                        p.m. for weeks. First class March 22,
ercise classes at all levels, just to name   Feb 6, Mar 13, Apr 10 (Turkey), May       2011. Know the basics? Had a begin-
a few. Come out and enjoy your centre.       8                                         ner class? Not quite ready for a FULL
Feel free to call the centre for informa-    1st 4 cards are $2.00 each, additional    Intermediate Level, then this is the
tion or new ideas. Our executive is          card is $.50 each                         class you need to bridge the gap. You
working hard for our community.              Early bird at 6:15 / 5 games of 2 lines   will learn exciting new steps & chore-
Enjoy!!                                      for $1.00. get 6 cards.                   ography for the most popular dances.
Arlene Halverson: President CRRA.            Reg. games start at 7p..                  This class is taught by Thunder Bay’s
                                             Chip and Dabber.                          Most Experienced Instructor in a re-
Walleye Dinners:                             Concession is open.                       laxed & friendly atmosphere.
Mar. 6th & Apr. 3rd                                                                    Call Frank @ 768-9102 / 345-0565 or
4-7 p.m.                                     Wishing Well:                             E Mail to mcartwri@tbaytel.net to
$10.00                                       Wishing well donation of your Cana-       register or for more information on this
Kids menu available                          dian Tire money in main lobby – All       new class.
                                             proceeds go to our children programs.     Cost: $50.00/couple



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www.ThunderBay.ca/Rec&Culture                                                                                      Instructor: Barbara Smith, Certified       Spring Baseball Registration
                                Community Centres                            South Neebing
                                                                            Community Centre
                                                                                                                   Stott & Pilates
                                                                                                                   Cost: $80 per 8 week session (if you       South Neebing T-Ball & Coach
                                                                              1841 Mountain Road                   know ahead of time that you will be        Pitch 2011
                                                                                Phone: 475-4622                    missing a class or two, we can pro-rate    Let’s Play Ball! It’s time to dust off
                                                                              Website: www.sncc.ca                 the fees accordingly)                      those gloves.
                                                                                                                   Contact: 577-5959 or email:                T-Ball Registration will be held in con-
                                                                      President: Dan Fiorito – 473-5170 –          bsmithediting@tbaytel.net                  junction with soccer registration on
                                                                      Dan@sncc.ca                                                                             Sun. March 27, between 6-8 pm,
                                                                                                                   Kripalu Yoga:                              Thurs. April 7, 6-8 pm, and Sun April
                                                                      Meetings held the first Tuesday of           Yoga is for everyone, all ages and all     10 6-8pm at South Neebing Commu-
                                                                      each month at 7:30 p.m. New mem-             body types. Come for stretching,           nity Centre. Age groups will be 4-6
                                                                      bers always welcome.                         strengthening, and flexibility, or just    and 7-9 years old. The younger age di-
                                                                                                                   for the stress release. Bring a yoga mat   vision will be Tball and the older age
                                                                      Hall Bookings:                               and blanket - try and come on an           division will be Tball/coach pitch. It
                                                                      Inquire about booking our hall by call-      empty stomach. Drop-ins always wel-        is anticipated that our program will
                                                                      ing Christa Pelletier at 625-0101 email      come or sign up to save $$$ ** Dis-        begin the 1st or 2nd week of May and
                                                                      us at HallRental@sncc.ca.                    count for students ** $100 to sign-up      we will be playing opposite nights
                                                                      Birthday parties from $65.00                 for 10 classes, or $12 for drop-in.        (Mon/Wed.)           from        soccer
                                                                      Regular Hall rate from $17.50/hr. –          New Sessions – March 15th – May            (Tues/Thurs.). We will have a final
                                                                      special permit events are slightly           17th (10 Weeks)                            banquet the Monday of the last week
                                                                      higher call for details                      Mini Session – May 24th – June 28th        of school. Cost of registration will be
                                                                      Special Rates available for non-profit       (6 weeks, $60.00 or $12.00 drop-in)        $30 per player. Registration forms can
                                                                      groups and public information ses-           Every Tuesday from 6:00 - 7:30pm.          be found on the South Neebing Com-
                                                                      sions                                        Contact Colleen Sadler 621-9630 or         munity Centre Web Site www.sncc.ca
                                                                                                                   radiantyoga.colleen@gmail.com to           after April 1st, 2011
                                                                      Playgroup:                                   register or for more info                  We are also looking for coaches and
                                                                      Care-givers and pre-schoolers get to-                                                   assistant coaches for the up and com-
                                                                      gether every Tuesday and Friday              Zumba Dance!                               ing season. This is a great opportunity
                                                                      morning from 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.         This is the newest dance. Done to          for high school students to get some
                                                                      Drop-in fee of $2.00. Bring a snack to       Latin beats, world beats with dige,        volunteer hours. We will run a coach-
                                                                      share. Contact Tara Posselwhite (473-        This organic dance gives an exhila-        ing clinic prior to the season begin-
                                                                      1198) or Tammy Wark (473-8126) for           rated adrenaline pumping workout to        ning. For more information contact
                                                                      more information.                            world beats, electronica and world fu-     Kasey Etreni at 577-4238.
                                                                                                                   sion chill by percussion wizards. Ex-
                                                                      Rural Roots Children’s Centre:               plore dance expressions while burning
                                                                      A terrific after school program that is      fat and building cardio.
                                                                      offered daily until 6 p.m. during the        I also offer lessons on the art of
                                                                      regular school season. Contact Lisa Di       freestyle belly dancing to chill music
                                                                      Franco at Rural Roots (475-7644) for         spiced with exotic Eastern sounds. You
                                                                      more information.                            will ride the perfumed wave of time-
                                                                                                                   less Indian Gopi dance, to Moroccan
                                                                      Karate:                                      desert belly dance, and beyond ancient
                                                                      Monday and Wednesday evenings.               Mediterranean meditation in motion.
                                                                      Contact Steve or Pat Simonitis (628-
                                                                      0967)                                        Classes begin April 14th for 8 weeks
                                                                                                                   Thursday at 7:00pm * note, there will
                                                                      Sakamoto Judo Dojo:                          be no class on the first Thursday of
                                                                      An Olympic sport, incorporating skill        each month*
                                      Community Services Department




                                                                      learning, physical and mental training.      Fee: $80.00 tax included, drop-ins
                                                                      Affiliated with Judo Ontario and Judo        welcome with a fee of $12.00
                                                                      Canada. Adult and youth classes (from        Minimum: 10 people per class
                                                                      age 5). Contact qualified black belt         Register Early!
                                                                      sensei, Norm Sakamoto at 577-1959.           Call Instructor: Elizabeth LaDouceur
                                                                      Monday and Thursday evenings.                at 768-8955
                                                                      Check us out at
                                                                      www.sakamotojudo.ca                          Spring Soccer Registration:
                                                                      JUNIORS 6:30- 7:45PM SENIORS                 We will once again be offering Youth
                                                                      8:00-9:30PM                                  Soccer with the Chill this year!
                                                                                                                    Registration dates will take place on
                                                                      Pilates with Barbara Smith!                  Thursday March 31st 2011 6:00pm –
                                                                      Spring session starting Wednesday            8:00pm and Sunday April 3rd, 2011
                                                                      March 2nd at 9:00am. Pilates is a very       from 1:00pm to 3:00pm at the hall.
                                                                      safe and effective way to develop core       Registration forms will be available
                                                                      strength, stability and flexibility, while   online at Thunder Bay Chill website
                                                                      improving posture and body aware-            www.thunderbaychill.com
                                                                      ness. This course is suitable for both
                                                                      those new to Pilates and those with
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                                          Our gymnasium features basketball,        Sushi Rolls to take home)




                                                                                                                                Community Centres
                                                                                                                                                    www.ThunderBay.ca/Rec&Culture
        West Thunder                      volleyball, badminton and disking         Maximum 20 participants. All Wel-
      Community Centre                    courts.                                   come
      915 South Edward Street                                                       Call 475-9396
  Phone: 475-9396 Fax: 473-9055           *INCOME TAX CLINIC:
               Website:                   Free Income Tax Clinic                    AKIRA DOJO KARATE (MINI
  http://my.tbaytel.net/westthunder       Beginning Tuesday, March 1/11 and         SESSION):
  Email: westthunder@tbaytel.net          ending Thursday, April 28/11              Lil’ Dragons (Ages 4-7) Samurai Pro-
                                          9:00 – 3:00 pm (walk-ins and appoint-     gram (Ages 7-11)
                                          ments)                                    A 45 minute program created for chil-
REGULAR OFFICE HOURS:                     Evenings by appointment only              dren taught in a positive, fun-filled en-
Mondays to Wednesdays, 8:30 AM –          Call 475-9396                             vironment which incorporates a
4:30 PM                                                                             unique blend of fitness benefits, self-
Thursdays, 9:00 AM – 4:30PM               *I’M A BIG KID NOW SALE*                  defense skills, the basics of Isshin Ryu
Fridays, 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM                If your children have grown out of        Karate and inner discipline of body,
WTCC Office Closed Weekends &             their clothes or stopped playing with     mind & emotions.
Holidays                                  their baby toys, this is your chance to   The cost is $60.00 per session for 6
*Messages are picked up regularly*        sell them or pick up different ones.      weeks with a one time per year $15.00
Email: westthunder@tbaytel.net            Saturday, April 9/11                      non-refundable registration fee.
Website: http://my.tbaytel.net/west-      Time: 10am – 1pm                          Classes Begin: Monday, April 18 -
thunder                                   Table Rental: $12.00 (Limited number      June 6/11 (6 weeks)
Or Google West Thunder                    of tables available) BOOK NOW             Excluding: April 25 & May 23/11
                                          Free Admission / Canteen Open             4:15 - 5:00 PM / 5:00 - 5:45 PM / 5:45
PRESIDENT: Barbara Clara                  Call 475-9396 for more info or to book    - 6:30 PM
VICE PRESIDENT: Art Chepil                a table.                                  Limited space in the 5:45 - 6:30 PM
MANAGER: Marie Boesche                    **Vendors are responsible for removal     class so register early
                                          of all boxes, materials, etc. at end of   Contact: Sensei Hayley Tennier @
Monthly Board Meetings:                   sale**                                    475-3163 / 629-1389
Held the third Monday of each month.
September 2011 – June 2011                INDOOR YARD SALE:                         KOKORO DOJO KARATE (MINI
                                          Don’t worry about spring showers.         SESSION):
Memberships:                              Gather all of your used treasures and     Isshin Ryu Karate (ages 12 and up)
Single: $5.00 or minimum 10 hours         rent a table for the Indoor Yard Sale     Isshin Ryu Karate uses natural body
volunteer work.                           Saturday, May 28/11                       mechanics and natural stances to make
Family: $7.00                             Time: 10am – 3pm                          for a highly effective self-defense
                                          Table Rental: $12.00 (Limited number      style.
West Thunder C.C. Annual Gen-             of tables available) BOOK NOW             The cost is $90.00 (tax Incl.) per ses-
eral Meeting:                             Free Admission / Canteen Open             sion for 9 weeks with a one time per
Wednesday, March 23 2011                  Call 475-9396 for more info or to book    year $15.00 non-refundable registra-
At 7:00 p.m.                              a table.                                  tion fee.
Everyone is welcome.                      **Vendors are responsible for removal
                                          of all boxes, materials, etc. at end of   Classes Begin: Monday, April 18 –
CATERED FUNCTIONS:                        sale**                                    June 27/11 (Excluding: Apr. 25/11 &
West Thunder’s Chef Don will provide                                                May 23/11 Thursday, April 21, 2011
full catering services for any sized      *NEW PROGRAM*                             (Drop In Only)
groups                                                                              Time: 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM ~ Beginners
*SHOWERS *ANNIVERSARIES                   After School Badminton:                   8:00 PM - 9:00 PM ~ Advanced
*RETIREMENTS                              Ages 9-12 years                           Drop In Fee: $10.00 per class
*WEDDING RECEPTIONS                       Thursdays 4pm – 5pm                       Contact: Sensei Joe Rigato @ 767-
                                                                                                                                                    Community Services Department
*BREAKFAST/LUNCH MENUS                    Begins: March 30 – May 12/11 (6           0121
*CHRISTMAS BANQUETS *Plus                 weeks)
Much More!!                               Excluding May 5/11                        SPORTS PROGRAMS
BOARDROOM: up to 15 people                Fee: $20.00                               GYMNASIUM RENTALS
MULTI-PURPOSE ROOMS: up to 50             Learn the basics of Badminton. Rac-       (based on availability)
people                                    quets supplied.                           Basketball, badminton, volleyball,
½ MAIN HALL: up to 80 people              Must bring indoor shoes.                  disking.
FULL MAIN HALL: up to 300 peo-                                                      Must provide own equipment.
ple.                                      BEGINNERS SUSHI                           (Must have a waiver signed by an
Weddings and Banquets/Sit Down or         WORKSHOP:                                 adult and also must be supervised by
Buffet: Max 225 people.                   Do you love Sushi, but think it’s too     an adult.)
All rooms are fully air-conditioned and   difficult to make? Come and spend an
our facilities are fully wheelchair ac-   afternoon with the seniors from the
cessible.                                 Lakehead Japanese Cultural Associa-
Menus and Catering Out available          tion who will guide you step by step to
upon request.                             make your own sushi.
All rooms available to rent for work-     Saturday, April 16/11
shops, meetings, training courses,        Time: 1pm - 4pm
seminars and conferences.                 Fee: $60.00 (Includes supplies and
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www.ThunderBay.ca/Rec&Culture                                         Team or Group Rentals :                    CHAIR YOGA – Yoga for the Fun              Tuesdays & Thursdays, 9:15–11:00
                                Community Centres                     $50.00 per hour tax included
                                                                      You must supply own equipment. Nets
                                                                                                                 of It:
                                                                                                                 Yoga is for everyone – so come try out
                                                                                                                                                            AM
                                                                                                                                                            As this is a volunteer program; parent
                                                                      are provided.                              Chair Yoga – one hour of stretching,       participation in setting up and taking
                                                                      A refundable damage deposit may be         toning, breathing exercises, smiling       down is appreciated.
                                                                      required and a waiver must be signed       and laughing. Using the chair we learn     Bring a nutritious (peanut free) snack
                                                                      by an adult and teams 17 years and         basic yoga postures and breathing          to share.
                                                                      under must be supervised by an adult.      techniques designed to de-stress,          Children enjoy free play and circle
                                                                      For more information or to rent the        strengthen, and bring flexibility to       time. Juice and coffee provided.
                                                                      hall call 475-9396                         your body and mind. All levels of          Fee: $3.00 per visit for the first 3 chil-
                                                                                                                 ability welcome. If you use a cane,        dren and $1.00 for each additional
                                                                      JUST FOR EXERCISE MEN’S                    walker, wheelchair or have balance         child.
                                                                      BASKETBALL                                 and stability concerns, or just have       Program will run during the March
                                                                      Looking for men who would like to          concerns about getting up and down         Break.
                                                                      play basketball just for fun & exercise.   off a mat – this is your class. All pos-   All are Welcome
                                                                      Will run on Wednesdays evenings            tures are done in the chair.               For further info call 475-9396
                                                                      from October 2010 to April 2011.           Thursdays, 10:30am – 11:30 AM
                                                                      Call 475-9396 for more information.        Mar. 17/11 – May 19/11 (10 weeks)          WESTFORT TOASTMASTERS:
                                                                                                                 Fee: $50.00 tax incl.                      2nd & 4th Tuesdays of the month, 7:00
                                                                      KRIPALU YOGA:                              Minimum: 8 people                          - 9:00 pm
                                                                      Yoga is for everyone, all ages and all     Instructor: Colleen Sadler                 CONTINUES: March 2011
                                                                      body types. Come for stretching,           PLEASE NOTE: ALL YOGA
                                                                      strengthening, and flexibility, or just    CLASSES WILL ONLY RUN IF                   WEST THUNDER 45+ CLUB AC-
                                                                      for the stress release. Bring a blanket    THERE IS THE REQUIRED MINI-                TIVITIES
                                                                      – try and come on an empty stomach.        MUM OF PARTICIPANTS REGIS-                 EXECUTIVE MEETING:
                                                                      You can use the chair or mat – all lev-    TERED AND PAID ONE WEEK                    Second Monday of the month @ 10
                                                                      els welcome, beginners and long time       PRIOR TO START DATE!                       AM March. 2011 - May 2011 Mem-
                                                                      practitioners. Drop-ins welcome or                                                    berships available: $3.00
                                                                      sign up to save $$$                        MIXED “FUN” BADMINTON:
                                                                                                                 Come out for an afternoon, evening or      45+ MONTHLY DANCES
                                                                      For more information please phone          morning of fun and exercise.               Last Friday of the month unless other-
                                                                      Colleen Sadler (200hr certified Yoga       “No Experience Necessary; Only the         wise posted Mar. 25/11, Apr. 15/11 No
                                                                      teacher) 622-2764 / 621-9630 or radi-      Willingness to Have Fun!”                  Dance held in December No dances
                                                                      antyoga.colleen@gmail.com All lev-         PROTECTIVE EYEWEAR RECOM-                  held from May to August Phone for
                                                                      els welcome!                               MENDED                                     further details: 475-9396
                                                                      Classes Begin                              *Must have own racquet to play*
                                                                      Monday & Wednesdays Mornings                                                          CRAFT GROUP (MP# 2)
                                                                      Mar. 21/11 – May 30/11 (10 weeks)          MONDAY AFTERNOON                           Mondays, 1:00pm – 3:00pm Starts:
                                                                      Excluding: Mon., May 23/11                 BADMINTON – ADULTS ONLY                    February 28/11 No classes April 25/11
                                                                      9:30 - 11 AM                               (Main Hall):                               Enjoy coffee and conversation while
                                                                      Fee: $150.00 tax incl.                     Mondays                                    working on your project.
                                                                      Minimum: 10 people per class               1 - 3 PM
                                                                      Must be 18 yrs & older.                    Date: February 28/11 – May 30/11           EUCHRE (Main Hall)
                                                                      Register early and please make pay-        Excluding: Feb. 21/11, Apr. 25/11,         Tuesdays, 1:00pm – 3:00pm Starts:
                                                                      ment prior to class beginning to ensure    May 23/11                                  March 1/11
                                                                      that there are enough students to run      Drop In Fee: $3.00/person
                                                                      class!                                                                                DISKING (Main Hall)
                                                                      Instructor: Colleen Sadler                 WEDNESDAY EVENING                          Wednesdays, 9:30 – 11:30 AM Starts:
                                                                                                                 BADMINTON (Main Hall):                     March 2/11
                                      Community Services Department




                                                                      YOGA MINI SESSION:                         Wednesdays
                                                                      Monday and Wednesday Mornings              Date: March 2/11 – May 25/11               CRIBBAGE
                                                                      June 1 – June 29/11                        Excluding March 23/11                      (Main Hall) Thursdays, 1:00pm –
                                                                      9:30 – 11:00 am                            6:30 - 8:30pm (Doors will not open for     3:00pm Starts: March 3/11
                                                                      Fee $68.00 (9 sessions)                    badminton til 6:20pm)
                                                                                                                 Drop In Fee: $3.00/person                  VON FOOT CARE CLINICS
                                                                      FRIDAY YOGA CLASSES:                                                                  Third Friday of each month 9:00 AM –
                                                                      Fridays, 9:00 – 10:30 AM                   FRIDAY MORNING                             12:00 PM
                                                                      Mar. 18/11 – May 27/11                     BADMINTON – ADULTS ONLY                    Call 344-0012 to make an appointment
                                                                      Excluding: Apr., 22/11                     (Main Hall):
                                                                      Fee: $75.00 (tax included)                 DROP-IN SESSIONS ONLY
                                                                      Minimum: 10 people per class               Fridays, 10 AM – 12 NOON
                                                                      YOGA MINI SESSION                          Begins: March 4/11 – May 27/11
                                                                      Friday mornings                            Excluding: April 22/11 (Good Friday)
                                                                      June 3 – June 24/11                        Drop-in: $3.00/person
                                                                      9:00 – 10:30 am
                                                                      Fee: $30.00 (4 sessions)                   PARENTS AND TOTS
                                                                                                                 PROGRAM (Main Hall):
                                                                                                                 Beginning:
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                                         Ray's Country Jam Session




                                                                                                                                Community Centres
                                                                                                                                                    www.ThunderBay.ca/Rec&Culture
      Volunteer Pool                     (Acoustic Only):                                  North Neebing
   Recreation Association                Sunday Evenings 7:30-10:30 pm.                  Community Centre
        180 Martha Street                Everyone Welcome! Come out and                      2145 Rosslyn Road
         Phone: 344-4651                 play or listen. Small admission fee. For             Phone: 474-0909
     Swimming Pool: 345-5143             further info call Ray at 767-2159 or
      Hall Rentals: 345-7230             628-3605.                                  President:
                                                                                    Jim Littleford, 474-0909
Yoga Experience:                         Fitness over Fifty (50):
Discover the benefits of Yoga. Feel      With Lynda Depiero, ACE Certified          General Meetings:
peaceful & relaxed,                      Fitness Instructor, STOTT Certified        All welcome. Regular monthly meet-
inspired & recharged. Increase your      Pilates Instructor.                        ings. AGM in April. Call Nellie for
flexibility.                             Over 25 years experience specializing      more details, 475-4630.
Hatha Flow: 5:30 pm Monday April         in quality adult exercise programs
4th , 2011                               REGISTER NOW TO SECURE A                   Women’s Fitness Group:
Hatha Yoga: 7 pm Monday April 4th ,      SPOT FOR THE FALL SESSION!                 Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
2011                                     CALL 767-4942 FAX 768-7500                 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
Power Yoga: 6 pm Friday April 1st ,      EMAIL: bldipper@tbaytel.net Spring         Instructor: Nellie Murphy
2011                                     Session starts Monday, March 21st ,        Call Nellie @ 475-4630
To register call 345-5678                2011 and runs 14 weeks ending Friday,
Shirley Delorme, Certified Instructor.   June 24th , 2011. (excluding Good Fri-     Cribbage:
                                         day, April 22nd , Easter Monday, April     Tuesdays @ 7:00 p.m.
You-Nique Fitness:                       25th & Victoria Day Monday, May            Beginners welcome. Fun Only
Low Impact – High Energy Total           23rd, 2011).
Body Work Out.                                                                      Tai-Chi:
8 week session - $45.00                  CLASS SCHEDULE:                            Mondays – 11:00 a.m. – 12:00
Tuesdays & Thursdays                     Stretch & Strengthen                       Instructor, Oliver Reimer
5:30-6:30 pm                             (low to moderate intensity)                Call: Oliver @ 345-6209
For more information call Maria at       Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 9:00am
344-2094.                                – 10am                                     “New” Line Dancing:
                                         Monday, Wednesday: 1:30pm-2:30pm           Wednesdays @ 7:00 p.m.
Jane's Fitness Classes:                  Step n’ Sculpt (moderate/advanced)         Beginners welcome.
Low Impact Fitness Classes Made          Tuesday, Thursday: 10:15am-11:30am         Instructor, Carol Kirkpatrick
Easy.                                    Jazz Dancing (not jazzercise)              Call: Carol @ 473-4606
Tuesdays & Thursdays                     Beginner (little or no experience):
6:30 – 7:30 pm                           Mondays 10:15am-11:15am                    Pilates:
9 weeks - $55.00                         Intermediate (experienced) : Mondays       Mondays Starting March 7/11
Call 344-2975                            11:30am-12:30pm                            Beginner Class – 6:00p.m.
                                         Variety Energizer                          Strong/Intermediate Class – 7:00p.m.
Hill City Square Dancers:                Wednesdays: 10:15am-11:15am                $80.00 / 8 weeks session ( if you know
Tuesdays, 8 – 10 pm.                     Get On The Ball                            ahead of time that you will be missing
Call Joe Roy 767-8217 for more infor-    Fridays: 10:15am-11:15am                   a class or two, we can pro-rate the fee.)
mation                                                                              Pilates is a very safe and effective way
                                         Pilates Mat Work (Beginners)               to develop core strength, stability, and
Boot Loose “Boot Scooters”:              Pilates targets the deep abdominal         flexibility while improving posture
Starts after Sept long weekend.          muscles building strength from the in-     and body awareness. This course is
Thursday evenings.                       side out. Regular practice of Pilates      suitable for both those new to Pilates
For more information call Larry or       produces dramatic improvements of          and those with some experience.
Gail at 767-6423                         posture, body alignment, muscle tone,      Instructor: Barbera Smith (STOTT and
                                                                                                                                                    Community Services Department
                                         balance, flexibility and core strength!    Pilates process certified instructor)
Norwegian Folk Dancing:                  Tuesdays & Thursdays 9:00am-               Call: Barbera @ 577-5959 or e mail at
Friday evenings starting in October.     10:00am Starts Tuesday, March 22nd         bsmithediting@tbaytel.net
For more info call Larry or Gail at      and March 24th and runs 8 weeks. In-
767-6423                                 structor: Lynda DePiero Certified          We are open for suggestions or ideas
                                         STOTT Pilates Instructor. To register      for classes you may be interested in or
Girl Guides:                             and for more information call 767-         would like to give. Time slots avail-
Wednesdays: 6 – 8 pm.                    4942 or 476-0352. Visit: www.rosspi-       able. Please call
                                         lates.ca                                   475-4630 or 474-0909 and leave a
                                                                                    message.




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www.ThunderBay.ca/Rec&Culture                                                                                     back muscles. The class will utilize a    Thunder Bay Weavers and
                                Community Centres
                                                                              Jumbo Gardens                       variety of equipment including the        Spinners Guild:
                                                                             Community Centre                     Swiss Ball, flex bands and weights for    Meets the 4th Monday of each month
                                                                                 330 Toivo Street                 optimal results!! To register or for      at 7pm at Jumbo Gardens Community
                                                                                 Phone: 625-2304                  more information call Debbie at 476-      Centre. Courses in spinning and weav-
                                                                                                                  0352 or visit www.rosspilates.ca          ing offered.
                                                                      Hall Rental:                                                                          Membership into the Guild is $25 /
                                                                      The hall is available for program           DANCE                                     year. Information booths are occasion-
                                                                      rentals. Do you need space for your                                                   ally set up at the C. L. E. during mar-
                                                                      program? New time slots available           Irish Celtic Dance:                       kets and fairs
                                                                      2011. Give us a call.                       Children (Ages 10 and up): Thursday       For more information call Margaret
                                                                                                                  4:30pm-5:20pm. Starting March 24 to       Duncan at 344-3824 or e mail at md-
                                                                      Stretching & Toning:                        May 12                                    duncan@shaw.ca
                                                                      Join Kathy Littlefield for a relaxing       To register and for more information,
                                                                      and casual beginners stretch class with     call Lynda at 767-4942                    Mom and Tots Yoga:
                                                                      some yoga based stretching. This class                                                Get fit and learn about yoga with your
                                                                      will help you release tension and enjoy     Intermediate Adult:                       specious little ones. To register call
                                                                      new flexibility and improve your bal-       Wednesday: 6:55p.m. - 7:55p.m.            Elizabeth LaDouceur, cert, Kripalu
                                                                      ance. Ideal for people with arthritis or    Starting March 23 to May 11               Yoga teacher at 768-8955. $76 / 8
                                                                      with limited range of motion.               To register and for more information,     weeks. Starting Wednesday April 6 at
                                                                      Tuesdays &Thursdays:                        call Lynda at 767-4942 or e mail bldip-   1p.m. Drop ins welcome.
                                                                      11:00am – noon. Session ends on May         per@tbaytel.net
                                                                      19.                                                                                   Community Hypnosis for Quitting
                                                                      $3.00 drop-in-fee.                          Advanced Adult:                           Smoking:
                                                                      Call Kathy at 768-0404 or Karen at          Wednesday: 5:45pm - 6:50pm                Starting Tues., April 5 at 1pm
                                                                      625-2930 for more details.                  Starting March 23                         Cost: $160 for 8 wks.
                                                                                                                  To register and for more information      This is a great opportunity to get rid of
                                                                      Pilates Matwork:                            call Lynda at 767-4942 or e mail bldip-   that nasty habit affordably and effec-
                                                                      Pilates targets the deep abdominal          per@tbaytel.net                           tively.
                                                                      muscles building strength from the in-                                                During this course you will be able to
                                                                      side out. Regular practice of Pilates       Tap Dancing Level One Adult Tap:          develop many facets of understanding
                                                                      produces dramatic improvements in           Wednesday 4:45pm-5:45pm. Starting         about the habit and how to break it and
                                                                      muscle tone, posture, body alignment,       March 23 to May 18                        do this at a non-pressure pace. As well,
                                                                      muscle tone, balance flexibility and                                                  there will be guided hypnosis with
                                                                      the core strength.                          Beginner Tap slightly taken up to the     each class.
                                                                                                                  next level. Class is geared to those      Your guide: Elizabeth LaDouceur cert.
                                                                      Beginner:                                   who have had some beginner Tap ex-        C.Hypnotist
                                                                      Monday: 5:30pm – 6:30pm.                    perience focusing on basic steps and      To register please call 768-8955. Pri-
                                                                      March 21 to May 16                          combinations. Progression will accel-     vate appointments are available as
                                                                      Lynda DePiero, STOTT Certified Pi-          erate at a moderate pace. Tap dancing     well.
                                                                      lates Instructor. To register or for more   is a great brain exercise and will im-
                                                                      information call Debbie at 476-0352         prove your coordination.                  Control Weight with Hypnosis:
                                                                      or visit www.rosspilates.ca                 Come and tap your troubles away. Tap      Starting Tues., April 5 at 2:30pm.
                                                                                                                  shoes are recommended; however hard       Cost: $160 for 8 wks.
                                                                      Strong Beginner/Intermediate:               street shoes are acceptable. Code Fee:    This is a great opportunity to get rid of
                                                                      Thursday: 5:30pm - 6:30pm.                  $75.00. To register call the City of      that nasty habit affordably and effec-
                                                                      Starting March 24 to May 12                 Thunder Bay at 625-2351 or 625-           tively.
                                                                      Lynda DePiero, STOTT Certified Pi-          8463. For more information call Lynda     Weight issues are often complex and
                                                                      lates Instructor.                           at 767-4942                               sometimes require not only support
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                                                                      This class is suitable for those just       Code: 230037                              over a period of time but an indepth
                                                                      starting who are free of injury as well                                               understanding of the issue and some of
                                                                      as those who have previous Pilates ex-      Open Country and Western Danc-            its hidden aspects. Eight wks. will
                                                                      perience. To register or for more infor-    ing:                                      give us time to discuss the many as-
                                                                      mation call Debbie at 476-0352 or visit     Starting Wednesday January 5, 2011        pects, practice control during class
                                                                      www.rosspilates.ca                          from 8:00pm-10:00pm.                      time and have guided hypnosis ses-
                                                                                                                  For more information call Chris Good-     sions each wk.
                                                                      Pilates Sculpt:                             heart at 767-2365                          I am a certified yoga instructor so I
                                                                      Tuesday: 5:30pm - 6:30pm                                                              have a deeper understanding of the an-
                                                                      Starting March 22 to May 10                 Square Dance:                             cient traditions of transformational
                                                                      Lynda DePiero, STOTT Certified Pi-          Thursdays from 8:00pm-10:00pm.            change so that I am able to relate this
                                                                      lates Instructor.                           For information call June and Alf Gill    in a more natural and comfortable way
                                                                      This ultimate workout features the per-     at 345-7517, Jerry and Helen Hyvari-      to the participants.
                                                                      fect blend of Body Sculpting resist-        nen at 767-3679 or Rick and Brenda         Please register with your guide,
                                                                      ance training and core conditioning.        Wright at 623-0369                        Elizabeth LaDouceur at 768-8955
                                                                      Pilates to tone, shape, sculpt and
                                                                      lengthen your body. Improve muscle
                                                                      strength, tone and endurance while
                                                                      conditioning the deep abdominal and
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                                            T.O.P.S:                                    Practice Night:




                                                                                                                                      Community Centres
                                                                                                                                                          www.ThunderBay.ca/Rec&Culture
         North End                          Weekly weigh-in and support meetings        A night to practice the ballroom steps
                                            Wednesdays: 11:45 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.          you have learned at dance classes. We
      Community Centre                      Support meetings: 1:30- 2:30 p.m.           also teach a line dance or other fun
          954 Huron Avenue                  For more information contact Sheilah        dance from 7:30 to 8:30pm.
          Phone: 345-1951                   Hall @ 344-9181                             Classes start Wed., Mar. 23/11 for 8
                                                                                        weeks. Cost is $20 per couple or $5
President:                                  Ballroom Dancing:                           drop in.
Barb Kukko, 344-4830                        Have more fun at Weddings, Proms,           You can come when you like and leave
                                            Shags, Parties and Dances!                  when you like. For more info and to
Hall Rentals:                               Learn to ballroom dance in a relaxed        register phone 473-1922 or email
The hall is available for showers, birth-   and casual environment with Barrie          bgrooks@shaw.ca. (Between Mar 8 –
day parties, and many other social          and Sandy Rooks.                            Mar 19, please call 344-4497) Please
events.                                     Learn Fox Trot, Tango, Cha Cha,             register early.
General hall rentals $75.00                 Night Club 2 step, Waltz in a social        ***We will also choreograph first
Liquor function rentals $125.00             style suited to Thunder Bay’s dance         dances for weddings***
Call Barb at 344-4830.                      floor.
                                            We will also help you with your first       Boot Camp:
Birthday Parties:                           dance for your wedding.                     Make 2011 your time to stand out!
Plan your next Youth Party Celebra-         Classes start March 20, 2011 for 8          Sleek Physique Boot Camp training.
tion at North End Rec. Centre. Free         weeks                                       “At Sleek Physique Boot Camp train-
use of equipment for games and activ-       Cost: $60.00 per couple                     ing we don’t blend in. We stand out.”
ities i.e. floor hockey.                    Beginners: 7:00 to 8:30 p.m.                Sunday: 10:00 – 11:30 a.m.
Call Barb at 344-4830                       Intermediate 8:30 to 10 p.m. (Must          Tuesday: 8:00 – 9:30 p.m.
                                            have previous dance experience)             Thursday: 8:00 – 9:30 p.m.
Youth Dances:                               For more information and to register        Trainer: Keith Forbes
For Grades 4-8                              phone      473-1922      or   e-mail        Info: 345-2861
2nd Friday of every month                   bgrooks@shaw.ca
7:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.                      Phone 344-9439.                             Northend Soccer:
Doors open at 6:30 p.m.                                                                 Recreational league for children
First 200 kids admitted                     Learn Ballroom, Latin, and                  Ages 3 to 14.
Cost $5.00                                  Country Line Dances:                        Runs May & June.
For more information call                   Relaxed and casual environment with         Convener: Adam Cousins
343-9497.                                   instructor Barrie Rooks.                    Email: northend.soccer@gmail.com or
                                            No partners needed.                         call 345-1951 or 344-4830.
North End Karate Club:                      Classes start Tuesday March 22/11 for       Registration dates are
Recreational & competitive Karate           8 weeks at $20.00 per person.               Saturday March 12 & 26, and April 2,
Classes for children 4 & up.                Classes fun from 1:30 p.m. to 2:45          9 10a.m. – 12 p.m. and Wednesday
Tuesdays and Thursdays                      p.m.                                        March 23 & 30 5:30 – 6:30 p.m.
from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.                       For more information and to register
All classes are taught by a qualified       phone 473-1922 or e mail                    Soccer Fest:
Black Belt instructor.                      bgrooks@shaw.ca (Between Mar 8 –            June 15, 2011
For more info call Cheryl at 251- 6922      Mar 19, please call 344-4497) Please
or 768-0805 or email                        register early. To preserve the quality     Craft Sale
www.northendkarate.com                      of the instruction, the size of the class   May 1, 2011 @ 11 am – 3 pm
                                            is limited.
                                                                                        Monday Night Yoga:
                                                                                        Breath, smile, discover! In VINYASA
                                                                                        FLOW YOGA, the poses are synchro-
                                                                                                                                                          Community Services Department
                                                                                        nized with the breath so they flow to-
                                                                                        gether like a dance. Continuous flow
                                                                                        and mind-body awareness create phys-
                                                                                        ical and mental strength. This class is
                                                                                        great for all levels and abilities since it
                                                                                        will focus on foundational practice
                                                                                        with the beginner in mind.
                                                                                        Starts March 8, 2011 from 6:00 –
                                                                                        7:30pm
                                                                                        6 week session
                                                                                        Contact Sarah Brown at 768-0138




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                                                                                     More ways to register
                                                          More ways to participate in Aquatics & Wellness Programs!

                                                           Phone                                    Fax                                       In
                                                                                                                                              Person

                                                                          Phone our                          Fax your completed               Register at the following locations
                                                                        REGISTRATION                       registration information           during normal hours of operation.
                                                                                                               with payment to                Please call facility to determine oper-
                                                                         “HOTLINE”
                                                             625-TIME (8463)                              (807) 625-3258                      ating hours.
                                                                                                                                                    Canada Games Complex
                                                          Our registration hot line will be                     or                                   420 Winnipeg Avenue
                                                          open 24 hours a day, seven days a
                                                          week. If a registration agent is not            (807) 345-4520                            Victoriaville Civic Centre
                                                                                                                                                        Victoriaville Mall
                                                          available to take your call, you will                                                       111 Syndicate Ave. S.
                                                          be forwarded to voice mail.               Please indicate a second choice in the
                                                          We will need:                             event that your first choice is not                 Churchill Pool
                                                          • The course name                         available.                                        130 Churchill Drive
                                                          • Participant name                                                                       Thunder Bay 55Plus Centre
                                                          • Address and postal code                 Please ensure you indicate your                      700 River St.
                                                          • Date of birth                           VISA or Mastercard number and                       Volunteer Pool
                                                          • Phone numbers                           expiry date.                                        180 Martha St.
                                                          Please have your VISA or
                                                          Mastercard number and expiry date                                                       Payment may be made by cash,
                                                          available for your registration agent                                                      cheque, money order or
                                                                                                                                                     VISA/Mastercard during
                                                                                                                                                    normal hours of operation

                                                          Satisfaction Guaranteed
                                                          We sincerely hope that you enjoy our programs. If not completely satisfied with your program, please speak to a registra-
                                                          tion agent at the CGC, before the SECOND class to receive a full refund. Refunds granted after the second class are pro-
                                                          rated. No refunds after the mid- point of any program. When a program is cancelled by the Complex or changed after
                                                          registration in such a manner that it is no longer acceptable to the registrant, a full refund will be processed in accordance
                                                          with Canada Games Complex administrative procedures.

                                                                                                                      For Inquires call...
                                                          Registration
                                                          For Spring 2011 programs, registration begins               Canada Games Complex:
                                                          February 28                                                 Services: Mary Frankow at 684-3323
                                                          Registration Hours                                          Fitness: Joanna Duncan at 684-3338
                                                          Monday- Friday 9:00 am - 8:00 pm                            or Donna Perrault at 684-3314
                                                          Saturday 9:00 am - 3:00 pm                                  Community Wellness: Karen Gorst-Vigliarolo at 684-3324
                                                                                                                      Aquatics: Roy Warren at 684-3339
                                                                                                                      Churchill Pool: Calli Graham at 625-2206
                                                                                                                      Volunteer Pool: Sean Bodkin at 625-3524
                           Aquatics & Wellness Division




                                                          General Registration Information
                                                          The majority of programs have limited registration and all registrations are accepted on a first come first serve basis.
                                                          Ensure the correct program code,program name and location is indicated on the registration form. Payment in full
                                                          must accompany registration. HST must be added where applicable.
                                                          All programs and schedules are subject to change or cancellation. You will be contacted by telephone of these changes.

                                                          Confirmation of Enrollment
                                                          Mail in registrations WILL NOT BE CONFIRMED. Registrants will be contacted by phone if the program is full or
                                                          there is insufficient information/payment to be accepted. Receipts and program cards may be picked up prior to first
                                                          class.

                                                           Inclusion Services
                                                           Inclusion Services is dedicated to making recreation programming more accessible to people with disabilities. If
                                                           you have a disability and require support, we can help! Contact one of our Inclusion Facilitators and they will be
                                                           happy to assist you in setting up the supports that you need to participate successfully with Aquatics & Wellness.
                                                           Inclusion Facilitators can be contacted at 684-2273.
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Spring 2011                                                     Visit us @ www.gamescomplex.com


                                                        Full Year General
                                                          Membership:
                                                       Adults...only $42.84/month plus HST
                                             1/2 Price Spousal Rates on Adult Membership!!
                                             No Initiation Fees - Free Drop-In Fitness Classes
                                               Children can be added for only $8.08/month
                                              Adults (60 & over) only $28.17/month plus HST
                                                   Other Membership Options Available,
                                                  Including One Month and Eight Month!


        Full Year Memberships                                                General Admissions
No Enrollment Fee                                                                 (HST to be added)
General Membership Prices (HST to be added)               Adult
                                                               Daytime Rate Mon. - Fri. 5:45 am - 3 pm) . . $5.75
Adult Rate                  $514 or $42.84/month               After 3 pm & Weekends . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $7.14
Corporate Rate              $489 or $40.75/month          Family (max 5) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $17.14
Spousal Rate *              $257 or $21.42/month          Child (3 - 14 yrs) (No HST) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $3.00
Child * (3 - 14 yrs)        $97 or $ 8.08/month           Student
Youth*(15 - 18 yrs)         $145 or $12.08/month          (15 & over in Full Attendance with card) . . . . . . . $5.00
Student(13 & over in                                      Adult 60+ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $5.00
Full Attendance with card) $343 or $28.53/month           Thunderslide (No HST) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2.00
Adult 60+                   $338 or $28.17/month          Rate for People with Disabilities (No HST)
Swim and Slide              $194 or $16.17/month               Adult . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $3.57
(Pool only 7-12 years Must pass                                Student . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2.85
height and swimming requirements)                              Child . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2.00
* MUST BE purchased with Adult as part of a               Support Persons - No fee if accompanied by a person with
family membership.                                               a PAL (Personal Attendant for Leisure) Card
Non-Resident add $10 to membership cost. 30 day money
back guarantee on FULL YEAR MEMBERSHIPS.                              COUPON BOOKLETS AVAILABLE
                                                                                                                                                                  Aquatics & Wellness Division


                                                                      12 VISITS FOR THE PRICE OF 10
                Special Events                                        “Families are at the of the x”
    Thunderbolts Division 3 Swim Meet
                    - April 15 - 17
                                                                                 Operating Hours
   Thunderbolt Invitational Swim Meet                     Monday - Thursday .......................5:45 am - 10:00 pm
                    - May 27 to 29                        Friday.............................................5:45 am - 9:00 pm
      Pool and Jogging Track Restrictions will apply
                                                          Saturday & Sunday........................8:00 am - 9:00 pm
     Biannual Maintenance Shutdown
The Canada Games Complex will be closed to the                                     Holiday Hours
public from June 6-19. The fitness facilities will re-    Good Friday...................................Closed
open on June 20 and the pool will re-open on June         Easter Sunday ................................12:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
                                                          Easter Monday...............................5:45 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.
24. Shutdown Registration Hours (June 6-19) Mon. -        Victoria Day ..................................12:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Fri.: 11 am-2pm and 4-6pm; Sat. 10am-2pm
                 For all your telephone needs: Call 684-3311 Fax 345-4520
HOTLINE! Emergency Only 684-3333 Registration Hotline 625-TIME (8463)
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                                                          Canada Games Complex User Policy
                                                                                                                           Children 4 years of age or older are required to use the
                                                                                                                           change room designated for their gender. We offer a change
                                                                                                                           room for adults with children of the opposite sex. Please ask
                                                                                                                           at the Front Desk.

                                                                                                                           Admission to Other Fitness Areas: Children 8 to 12 years
                                                                                                                           of age must be accompanied by a participating individual 19
                                                                                                                           years of age or older (some restrictions apply). Children
                                                                                                                           must be 13 years of age to use fitness areas unsupervised -
                                                                                                                           proof of age will be required.

                                                                                                                           For the safety of the children and other users no children 12
                                                                                                                           years and under are allowed in the Weight Room.

                                                                                                                           Locker room must be used prior to entering any workout
                                                                                                                           area/room.

                                                                                                                           Avoid thefts. Lock your locker. We are not responsible for
                                                                                                                           lost or stolen items. Day lockers and locks are available for
                                                                                                                           rent at the Front Desk. Locks left overnight will be removed.

                                                                                                                           Be aware that there is an inherent risk when participating in
                                                                                                                           any physical activity.
                                                          Everyone entering the Canada Games Complex must
                                                          report to the Front Desk. If you have a membership               Consult your physician before beginning any physical
                                                          or are registered in a program, we ask that you swipe            activity. Patrons with serious medical conditions should
                                                          your card each time that you enter the facility for control      be accompanied by another person knowledgeable of their
                                                          and security purposes. The card is reusable each session.        condition and responsible for their direct supervision.
                                                          Please keep it for future use.
                                                                                                                  Use of cell phones is prohibited.
                                                          We aim to provide a safe family environment. Report any
                                                          undesirable behaviour immediately.                      If rules are not adhered to, user privileges will be restricted.

                                                          Pool Admission Requirements: Anyone infected with a
                                                          communicable disease or having open sores on their body
                                                          will not be allowed in the pool. Everyone must shower
                                                          before entering the pool.

                                                          Pool Admission Policy: A child (swimmer or non-
                                                          swimmer) less than 7 yrs. old must be with a guardian
                                                          13 years of age or older (ratio of 1:2) who is responsible for
                                                          their direct supervision in the water. Children 7 to 9 yrs of
                                                          age who are non swimmers must be with a guardian 13 yrs.
                                                          of age or older (ratio 1:2) or an adult 19 yrs of age or older
                                                          (ratio 1:4) who is responsible for their direct supervision in
                                                          the water Children 7 - 9 yrs of age, who pass the Facility
                                                          swim test, (must be able to comfortably swim 25 meters of
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                                                          the pool) may enter the pool unaccompanied; those who
                                                          can not will be asked to leave if they do not have a
                                                          guardian/adult in the water.

                                                          Hot Tub: Children under the age of 15 must be accompa-
                                                          nied by an adult (19 years of age or older).

                                                          Proper attire must be worn while using Canada Games
                                                          Complex facilities. For the pool: Swimsuits or clean
                                                          hemmed shorts and/or a clean t-shirt. Children who are not
                                                          toilet trained, must wear swimmer diapers (ie. Huggie’s Lit-
                                                          tle Swimmer, Gabby’s Pool Pant) and vinyl rubber pants
                                                          with tight fitting elastic openings. No disposable or cloth
                                                          diapers are permitted. For the fitness areas: Shirt and
                                                          shorts or track pants and clean athletic footwear. No san-
                                                          dals, or street clothing.

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         Program Staff:
Supervisor of Aquatics:
Roy Warren, 684-3339
Senior Instructor:
Michelle Caron, 684-3335
Note: Some classes are subject to
time change or cancellation due to in-
sufficient registration. Parents with
children in lessons may swim for a
reduced rate of $5.48 (plus HST) or
purchase a “Swim pass with Lessons”.
  Swim Pass with Lessons
When you register a child for swimming
lessons, you may purchase an adult
swim pass for a reduced rate of $36.
This pass will allow you to swim for
10 weeks, while your child has
his/her lesson. After the lesson, you
and your child may spend 15minutes
together in the swirl pool. A pass for
$11 may be purchased in conjunction
with an adult pass, for any additional
children not attending lessons                  L IFESAVING S PORT FUN DAMENTALS
(Saturday mornings exempt).                     Lifesaving Sport takes the excitement of swimming and the skills of life-
*Please note the space restrictions             guarding and combines them into an easy, challenging and fun sport for
listed with the swim schedule*                  ages 7 to 15. Throughout the 5 level Lifesaving Sport FUNdamentals
                                                program, athletes will gain exposure to Lifesaving Sport Principles,
                                                Starts, Turns, Transitions & Finishes, Swim Proficiencies, Lifesaving
                                                Sport Skills in a fun learning
   Swimming levels are based                    environment where the focus is
                                                on learning a new sport, with-
       on ABILITY and                           out the pressure of competition.
                                                While learning about team-
    PREREQUISITES and                           work and sportsmanship, ath-
    NOT necessarily AGE.                        letes will get to use special
                                                rescue manikins, throwing
National                 Swim & Lifesaving      ropes, rescue tubes and many other tools used every day by real life-
Lifeguard Service        Instructors (16 yrs)   guards and lifesavers! Lifesaving Sport FUNdamentals is taught by spe-
(16 yrs)                                        cially trained Lifesaving Coaches and uses all the same “lifeguard gear”
                         Assistant Instructor   that actual lifeguards train with everyday.
Standard First Aid       (14 yrs)               Lifesaving Sport FUNdamentals isn’t a “learn to swim” program like
                                                regular swimming lessons. It’s a supplement to your once a week lessons
                                                that will enhance your child’s fitness and knowledge. Coaches concen-
                                                trate on developing each swimmers power, strength & endurance. Ath-
               Bronze Cross
                                                letes will focus on teamwork, sportsmanship, achieving personal bests
    Bronze Medallion & Emergency First Aid      and most of all having fun! Lifesaving FUNdamentals uses the “True
                                                                                                                                                    Aquatics & Wellness Division


                 Bronze Star                    Sport Principles”: Go For It, Play Fair, Respect Others, Keep it Fun, Stay
                Swimmer 9 (Star Patrol)         Healthy and Give Back.
                Swimmer 8 (Ranger Patrol)       Lifesaving Sport is one of the fastest growing sports in the world and is
                Swimmer 7 (Rookie Patrol)       recognized by the International Olympic Committee. Thunder Bay’s
                 Swimmer 6                      Newest Program is at the CANADA GAMES COMPLEX!
                 Swimmer 5                      JUNIOR DIVISION
                 Swimmer 4                      For young athletes between the ages of 7 and 10 yrs. who have com-
                 Swimmer 3                      pleted Swimmer 3.
                 Swimmer 2                      Dates: Wednesday Mar. 30 - June 1         5:15 – 6:00 p.m.
                                                Barcode: 232952                           $62
                 Swimmer 1
                                                YOUTH DIVISION
                                                For young athletes between the ages of 11 and 15 yrs. who have com-
Preschool C, D, E                               pleted Swimmer 4. This is an excellent program that will assist Swim
Preschool A, B                                  Patrol and Bronze Medal candidates in maintaining their aquatic fitness
                                                and skills, while training to become future lifeguards and instructors
Parent & Tot 1, 2,3                             Dates: Wednesday Mar. 30 - June 1         6:00 – 6:45 p.m.
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                                                           TO DETERMINE WHICH LEVEL YOUR CHILD SHOULD BE IN PLEASE READ THE COURSE DESCRIPTIONS BELOW.
                                                          Parent & Tot 1            Max. Ratio 1:12     PRESCHOOL E                Max. Ratio 1:4   SWIMMER 6               Max. Ratio 1:10
                                                          Designed for the 4 to 12-month-old to         These youngsters get more adventure-        These advanced swimmers will rise to
                                                          learn to enjoy the water with the parent.     some with a forward roll entry wearing      the challenge of sophisticated aquatic
                                                          Orientation to pool and being safe around     a PFD and holding their breath under-       skills including stride entries, compact
                                                          water. This program will create a comfort     water for up to 10 sec. They’ll work on     jumps and lifesaving kicks like egg-
                                                          level for both child and parent.              longer front and back crawl swims, in-      beater and scissor kick. They’ll develop
                                                          Entries/exits, floats and movement.           terval training and get a giggle out of     strength and power in head-up breast-
                                                                                                        whip kick.                                  stroke sprints over 25 m. They’ll easily
                                                          Parent & Tot 2             Max. Ratio 1:12 Prerequisite: Completed Preschool D.           swim lengths of front crawl, back crawl,
                                                          Designed for the 12 to 24-month-old to                                                    and breaststroke, and they’ll complain
                                                          learn to enjoy the water with the parent, SWIMMER 1                      Max. Ratio 1:6   about the 300 m workout.
                                                          Unassisted entries/exits. Floats with an These beginners will become comfort-             Pre-requisite: Swimmer 5.
                                                          aid, submersion in water, activities with in- able jumping into water with and with-
                                                          structor/other parents.                       out a personal flotation device. They’ll    SWIMMER 7 - ROOKIE PATROL
                                                                                                        learn to open their eyes, exhale and hold                            Max. Ratio 1:10
                                                          Parent & Tot 3             Max. Ratio 1:12 their breath underwater. They’ll work on       Swimmers continue stroke development
                                                          Designed for the 2 to 3-year-old to learn floats, glides and kicking through the          with 50m swims of front crawl, back
                                                          to enjoy the water with the parent. Your water on their front and back.                   crawl and breaststroke. Lifesaving sport
                                                          child will experience safety awareness and Pre-requisite: Beginner, non-swimmer           skills include a 25 m obstacle swim and
                                                          water skills through discovery, front and or Preschool A, B or C.                         15m object carry. First aid focuses on as-
                                                          back floats, submersion and movement                                                      sessment of conscious victims, contact-
                                                          skills. Active parent participation is re- SWIMMER 2                     Max. Ratio 1:6   ing EMS, and treatment for bleeding.
                                                          quired.                                       These advanced beginners will jump          Fitness improves in 350 m workouts and
                                                                                                        into deeper water, and learn to be com-     100 m timed swims.
                                                          PRESCHOOL A                 Max. Ratio 1:4 fortable falling sideways into the water
                                                          We encourage the parent to participate wearing a personal flotation device.               Pre-requisite: Swimmer 6.
                                                          until their child lets them know they can They’ll be able to support themselves at        SWIMMER 8 - RANGER PATROL
                                                          do it themselves (thank you very much). the surface without an aid, learn whip                                    Max. Ratio 1:10
                                                          These preschoolers will have fun learning kick, swim 10–15 m on their front and           Swimmers develop better strokes over
                                                          to get in and out of the water. We’ll help back, and be introduced to flutter kick        75 m swims of each stroke. They tackle
                                                          them jump into chest deep water. They’ll interval training (4 x 9–12 m).                  lifesaving sport skills in a lifesaving
                                                          try floats on their front and back, and Pre-requisite: Swimmer 1 or Preschool             medley, timed object support and rescue
                                                          glides on their back while wearing a per- D or E.                                         with a buoyant aid. First aid focuses on
                                                          sonal flotation device (PFD). They’ll learn                                               assessment off unconscious victims,
                                                          to get their face wet and blow bubbles un- SWIMMER 3                     Max. Ratio 1:8   treatment of victims in shock and ob-
                                                          derwater.                                     These junior swimmers will dive and do      structed airway procedures. Skill drills
                                                                                                        in-water front somersaults. Their new       develop a strong lifesaving foundation.
                                                          PRESCHOOL B                 Max. Ratio 1:4 bag of tricks includes handstands and
                                                          These preschoolers learn to jump into completion of the Canadian Swim to                  Pre-requisite: Rookie Patrol.
                                                          chest deep water by themselves, and get in Survive® Standard. They’ll work on 10          SWIMMER 9 - STAR PATROL
                                                          and get out wearing a personal flotation -15m of front crawl, back crawl and              Max. Ratio 1:10
                                                          device. They’ll submerge and exhale un- whip kick. Flutter kick interval training         Swimmers are challenged with 600m
                                                          derwater. While wearing a personal flota- increases to 4 x 25 m.                          workouts, 300m timed swims and a 25
                                                          tion device they’ll glide on their front and Pre-requisite: Swimmer 2.                    m object carry. Strokes are refined over
                                                          back.                                                                                     100 m swims. First aid focuses on treat-
                                                          Prerequisite: Completed Preschool A.          SWIMMER 4                  Max. Ratio 1:8   ment of bone or joint injuries and respi-
                                                                                                        These intermediate swimmers will swim       ratory emergencies including asthma
                                                          PRESCHOOL C                 Max. Ratio 1:4 5 m underwater and lengths of front,
                                                          These youngsters will try both jumping back crawl, whip kick, and breaststroke            and allergic reactions. Lifesaving skills
                                                                                                                                                    include defence methods, victim re-
                           Aquatics & Wellness Division




                                                          and a side roll into deep water while wear- arms with breathing. They’ll cap it all
                                                          ing a personal flotation device. They’ll re- off with front crawl sprints over 25 m       movals and rolling over and supporting
                                                          cover objects from the bottom in and 4 x 25 m front or back crawl inter-                  a victim face up in shallow water.
                                                          waist-deep water. They’ll work on kicking val training.                                   Pre-requisite: Ranger Patrol.
                                                          and gliding through the water on their Pre-requisite: Swimmer 3.                          BRONZE STAR              Max. Ratio 1:12
                                                          front and back.                                                                           Excellent preparation for success in
                                                          Prerequisite: Completed Preschool B.          SWIMMER 5                Max. Ratio 1:10    Bronze Medallion. Participants develop
                                                                                                        These swimmers will master shallow          problem-solving and decision making
                                                          PRESCHOOL D                 Max. Ratio 1:4 dives, cannonball entries, eggbeater
                                                          Advanced preschoolers will learn to do kicks, and in-water backward somer-                skills individually and in partners. Can-
                                                          solo jumps into deeper water and get out saults. Surface dives will take them             didates learn CPR and develop the life-
                                                          by themselves. They’ll do side roll entries down to underwater swims. They’ll re-         saving skills needed to be their own
                                                          and open their eyes underwater. They’ll fine their front and back crawl over 50 m         lifeguard. Includes a timed 400m swim.
                                                          master a short (3–5 m) swim on their front swims of each, and breaststroke over           Pre-requisites: 10 to 12 years old and
                                                          and gliding and kicking on their side.                                                    Star Patrol.
                                                                                                        15–25m. Then they’ll pick up the pace
                                                          Prerequisite: Completed Preschool C.          in 25 m sprints and two interval training
                                                                                                        bouts: 4 x 50 m front or back crawl; and
       134                                                                                              4 x 10–15 m breaststroke.
                                                                                                        Pre-requisite: Swimmer 4.
Learn to Swim Programs




                                                                                                                                                    Canada Games Complex
                                                                                                                                                                           www.gamescomplex.com
                                                                                                     To Register call 625-TIME
Fee: 10 week session $62; 9 week session $56 Important: Classes postponed: •Division 3 Swim Meet: April 15th–17th; HOTLINE!
• Easter Sunday: April 24th; • Victoria Day: May 23rd; •Thunderbolt International Swim Meet: May 27th – 29th
  Parent & Tot: Classes for tots 3 months to 3 years                              Swimmer 1 - 6: Children 5 years or older
  Preschool A, B, C, D, E: Classes are for children 3-5 years                     Canada Swim Patrol: for youth 9 - 12 years of age
    LEVEL             Monday            Tuesday               Wednesday           Thursday              Saturday
                      Mar. 28 –May 30   Mar. 29 – May 31      Mar. 30 – June 1    Mar. 31 – June 2      Mar. 26 – June 4
                      9 weeks           10 weeks              10 weeks            10 weeks              NC April 16, May 28
                                                              Parent & Tot
                   Time       Code      Time      Code       Time        Code     Time      Code       Time    Code           Max Size Length
Parent & Tot 1                                               5:00pm      232687   11:00am   232688     9:30am 232690          12       30 min
                                                                                  6:30pm    232689     12:15pm 232691
Parent & Tot 2                                               6:00pm 232693        6:30pm    232694                            12          30 min
Parent & Tot 2/3                        6:30pm    232695     10:30am 232696                            9:30am 232697          12          30 min
                                                                                                       12:15pm 232698
Parent & Tot 3                                               6:00pm      232699   6:30pm    232700                            12          30 min
                                                         Preschool (3 to 5 years)
Preschool A        4:30pm 232702        10:30am 232704       10:00am 232706       9:30am    232709     9:30am    232711       4           30 min
                   6:00pm 232703        6:00pm 232705        4:30pm 232707        6:00pm    232710     10:30am   232712
                                                             5:30pm 232708                             11:45am   232713
                                                                                                       12:15pm   232714
Preschool B        4:30pm 232718        11:00am 232720       11:30am 232722       10:00am 232725       9:30am    232727       4           30 min
                   6:00pm 232719        6:00pm 232721        4:15pm 232723        5:15pm 232726        10:30am   232728
                                                             5:00pm 232724                             11:15am   232729
                                                                                                       11:45pm   232730
Preschool C        4:30pm 232732        6:00pm    232733     11:00am 232734       10:30am 232736       9:30am    232738       4           30 min
                                                             5:00pm  232735       4:45pm 232737        10:00am   232739
                                                                                                       11:45am   232740
Preschool D        5:00pm 232742        11:30am 232743       9:30am      232745   6:30pm    232747     10:00am   232748       4           30 min
                                        6:30pm 232744        6:00pm      232746
Preschool E        5:00pm 232751        6:30pm 232752        5:15pm      232753   6:30pm    232754     10:00am 232755         4           30 min.
                                                                                                       11:15am 232756
                                                           Youth (5 to 12 years)
Swimmer 1          7:30pm 233048        5:30pm    233049     5:30pm      233050   4:15pm    233051     10:00am 233052         6           30 min
                                                                                                       11:45am 233053
                                                                                                        4:00pm 233054

Swimmer 2          7:00pm 233041        5:30pm    233042     6:30pm      233043   6:00pm    233044     10:00am   233045       6           30 min
                                                                                                       11:15am   233046
                                                                                                       4:30pm    233047
Swimmer 3          6:15pm 233030        6:00pm    233031     4:15pm      233033   4:15pm    233035     9:00am    233037       8           45 min
                                        7:00pm    233032     6:15pm      233034   7:00pm    233036     11:00am   233038
                                                                                                       12:15pm   233039
                                                                                                       5:00pm    233040
Swimmer 4          4:15pm 233018        4:45pm    233020     4:30pm      233022   4:30pm    233024     9:00am    233026       8           45 min
                   6:30pm 233019        6:45pm    233021     7:15pm      233023   5:15pm    233025     10:30am   233027
                                                                                                       11:15am   233028
                                                                                                       5:45pm    233029
Swimmer 5          5:30pm 233008        4:30pm    233009     5:30pm      233011   4:30pm    233013     9:45am    233015       8           45 min
                                        5:15pm    233010     7:15pm      233012   5:15pm    233014     10:30am   233016
                                                                                                       12:15pm   233017
Swimmer 6          6:30pm 233000        4:30pm    233001     4:15pm      233003   5:15pm    233004     10:30am   233006       8           45 min
                                        5:15pm    233002                          6:30pm    233005     12:15pm   233007
Rookie Patrol      4:45 pm 232987       4:45pm    232988     7:00pm      232989                        10:30am   232990       10          45 min
                                                                                                                                                                           Aquatics & Wellness Division


Ranger Patrol                           4:45pm    232991                          5:45pm    232992     11:15am 232993         10          45 min

Star Patrol        5:00pm 232994                             6:30pm      232995   4:15pm    232996     12:00pm 232997         10          60 min
Bronze Star        7:00pm 232954                             5:30pm      232955                                               10          75 min
(M $56 W $62.15)

Semi-Private Lessons
5 half hour lessons $69
Level         Thurs            Mar. 31-Apr. 28     May 5-June 2                     Fri      Apr. 29-June 1
                                             5 classes     5 classes                                                          5 classes
                             Time            Code          Code                                      Time                     Code
Swimmer 1                    6:30pm          232963        232964                                    4:15 pm                  232965
Swimmer 2                    6:00pm          232967        232968                                    4:15 pm                  232969
Swimmer 3                    5:30pm          232971        232972                                    4:15 pm                  232973
Swimmer 4                    5:00pm          232975        232976                                    4:15 pm                  232977
Swimmer 5                    7:00pm          232979        232980                                    7:15 pm                  232981
Swimmer 6                    4:30pm          232983        232984                                    7:15 pm                  232985                 135
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                                                          Private Learn to Swim Programs                                                                   HOTLINE! To Register call 625-TIME
                                                          Please note that the purpose of private lessons is to provide specific instruction to the student in one or two areas which
                                                          need improvement in order to complete a level. The student should not be expected to complete a level per session.
                                                          Important: Missed lessons due to illness or other circumstances will not be made up. Instructors’ schedules are not
                                                          flexible enough to accommodate absences as they are paid for their time regardless of your attendance.
                                                          Important: Class postponed Apr. 15-17, May 23, 27, 29          5 half hour lessons $80               4 half hour lessons $64
                                                           Monday Mar. 28          May 2       Tuesday Mar. 29 May 3                 Wednesday Mar. 30 May 4 Thursday                      Mar. 31 May 5
                                                                  -Apr. 25         -May 30             -Apr. 26 -May 31                       -Apr. 27 -June 1                            -Apr. 28 -June 2
                                                                  5 classes        4 classes           5 classes 5 classes                    5 classes 5 classes                        5 classes 5 classes
                                                                  Code             Code                Code       Code                         Code      Code                              Code     Code
                                                           5:00pm 232805           232813      10:00am 232821     232829             12:00pm 232837 232845 9:00am                          232853 232860
                                                           5:30pm 232806           232814      12:00pm 232822     232830             4:30pm    232838 232846 11:30am                       232854 232861
                                                           5:30pm 232807           232815      5:30pm 232823      232831             4:45pm    232839 232847 6:00 pm                       232855 232862
                                                           5:30pm 232808           232816      6:00pm 232824      232832             5:00pm    232840 232848 6:00pm                        232856 232863
                                                           6:00pm 232809           232817      6:30pm 232825      232833             5:30pm    232841 232849 6:30pm                        232857 232864
                                                           6:30pm 232810           232818      7:00pm 232826      232834             5:45pm    232842 232850 7:00pm                        232858 232865
                                                           7:00pm 232811           232819      7:00pm 232827      232835             6:30pm    232843 232851 7:00pm                        232859 232866
                                                                  232812           232820      7:00pm 232828      232836             7:00pm    232844 232852
                                                           Friday      Apr. 29                  Sat            Mar. 26   May 7       Sunday          May 1                          Unscheduled
                                                                       -June 3                                -Apr. 30   -June 4                    -June 5                          Private or
                                                                       5 classes                             5 classes   4 classes                 5 classes
                                                                       Codee                                   Code      Code                        Code                           Semi Private
                                                           4:45pm      232867                   9:00am         232881    232895      11:00am         232908                           Lessons
                                                           4:45pm      232868                   9:00am         232882    232895      11:00am         232909                   Individuals interested in pri-
                                                                                                                                                                              vate or semi private lessons
                                                           5:15pm      232869                   9:00am         232883    232896      11:30am         232910                   at times other than those
                                                           5:45pm      232870                   9:00am         232884    232897      11:30am         232911                   listed above, may contact
                                                           5:45pm      232871                   9:45am         232885    232898      12:00pm         232912                   Michelle Caron (Senior In-
                                                           5:45pm      232872                   10:45am        232886    232899      12:00pm         232913                   structor), at 684-3335
                                                           5:45pm      232873                   11:15pm        232887    232900      12:30pm         232914                   Scheduling of unadvertised
                                                           6:15pm      232874                   11:45pm        232888    232901      12:30pm         232015                   lessons is done after regular
                                                           6:15pm      232875                   12:45pm        232889    232902       1:00pm         232016                   programs have been sched-
                                                           6:15pm      232876                   12:45pm        232890    232903       1:00pm         232917                   uled and are dependent on
                                                           6:45pm      232877                   4:00pm         232891    232904                                               Instructor availability.
                                                           6:45pm      232878                   4:30pm         232892    232905                                               French-speaking
                                                           6:45pm      232879                   5:00pm         232893    232906                                               instructors available.
                                                                       232880                   5:30pm         232894    232907

                                                          Aquatic Sports
                                                                        This dynamic program focuses on the key elements of swim development, without an
                                                                        emphasis on competition. Under the guidance of our enthusiastic and qualified instructors,
                                                                        participants will perfect their swim technique, as well as learn new skills. Participants will
                                                                        increase their physical fitness while improving speed and endurance.
                                                                             4 Strokes, 4 Fun is a great way to Have Fun, Be Fast, Get Fit!!!
                                                          Level 1: Must have Swimmer 4 Level 2: must have Swimmer 6 Add a second day option for only $26
                                                             Monday (level 1) (No class May 23)        Mar. 28 – May 30     6:00- 7:00 pm       232798       $59
                                                             Wednesday (level 2)                       Mar. 30 – June 1     6:15- 7:15 pm       232800       $65
                                                             Thursday (level 1)                        Mar. 31 – June 2     5:00- 6:00 pm       232799       $65
                           Aquatics & Wellness Division




                                                          Beginner Kayak
                                                            Learn the basics such as forward & backward strokes, sweeps, draws and rolls. Prerequisite: 15 years
                                                          Sunday                         May 1 – June 5       5:00 - 7:00 pm 232802           $81
                                                           (No class May 29)




                                                                                                Thunder Ray’s Master Swim Club
                                                          Tues. & Thurs. Lanes 2 - 6              5:00 - 6:00 p.m.            Saturday Lanes 2 - 6            9:00 - 10:30 a.m.
                                                          Master’s swimming is designed for the health and fitness of adults aged 20-90 years. It provides adults with an opportunity to improve
                                                          their physical fitness through regular coaching and stroke improvement. Masters swimming adds both fun, friendship and fitness.
                                                          Regularly coached practices provide guidance and stroke tips. Contact: Carla Labelle 577-9351 or Roy Warren 684-3339.
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                                                                                                                                                                                    www.gamescomplex.com
Lifesaving Programs                                                                          HOTLINE!
                                                                                                            To Register call 625-TIME
Aquatic Lifesaving, Lifeguarding and Leadership
Note: 100% attendance is mandatory for all the courses listed below (continuous evaluation) HST to be added where applicable.
Course                        Prerequisites                    Date, Time & Barcode           Fee                         Required Literature
Bronze Star                   Children 10 to 12 years old who Monday Mar. 28 – May 30 (9 wk) $57
                              have completed Star Patrol and   7:00 – 8:15 pm 232954
                              are waiting to take their Bronze no class May 23 or
                              Medallion.                       Wednesday Mar. 30 – June 1 (10 $62.15
                                                               wk) 5:30 – 6:45 pm 232955
Bronze Medallion &            Bronze Star or 13 years of age          Tuesday March 29 – May 31                $89.25      Canadian Lifesaving
Emergency First Aid                                                   6:30- 9:00 pm                                        Manual $41.15
                                                                      232949
Bronze Medallion              Bronze Medallion                        See Instructor on the first day          $59.15      Canadian Lifesaving
Recert with classes                                                   (Tues March 29) for specific                         Manual $41.15
                                                                      dates to attend 232950
                                                                      Exam: May 31 6:00 pm
Bronze Medallion              Bronze Medallion                        Exam: May 31         6:00 pm             $24.15
Recert Or Challenge                                                   232951
Exam only
Bronze Cross                  Bronze Medallion & Emergency Thursday March 31 – June 2                          $84.30      Canadian Lifesaving
                              First Aid                    6:30 - 9:00pm                                                   Manual (from Bronze
                                                           232946                                                          Medallion course)
Bronze Cross Recert           Bronze Medallion & Emergency See instructor on the first day                     $59.30      Canadian Lifesaving
with Classes                  First Aid                    (March 31) for specific dates to                                Manual (from Bronze
                                                           attend 232947                                                   Medallion course)
                                                           Exam: June 2 6:00 pm
Bronze Cross Recert           Only     Bronze Medallion &             Exam : June 2       6:00 pm              $21.30
or Challenge Exam             Emergency First Aid                     232948
Assistant Instructor          14 years by the last day of the         Friday April 1 & 8                       $61.30      Bring your Canadian
Course                        course and Bronze Cross or              5:00 – 8:00 pm                                       Lifesaving manual
                              higher                                  Saturday April 2 & 9
                                                                      11:00 am – 4:00 pm
                                                                      232956
Swim Instructor &      16 years of age, Bronze Cross,                 Friday April 29, May 6, 13               $296        Literature included.
Lifesaving Instructors and LSS Assistant Instructors                  5:00 – 9:00 pm                                       100% attendance manda-
                                                                      Saturday April 30, May 7, 14                         tory.
                                                                      10:00 am – 5:00 pm
                                                                      & Sunday May 1, 15.
                                                                      10:00 am - 5:00 pm
                                                                      232958
National Lifeguard            Bronze Cross, Standard First aid Sat. April 23, 30 & May 7                       $151.50 Alert Manual
Service- Pool Option          with 2 person CPR.               Sun. April 24, May 1, 8
16 years of age,                                               9:30 am – 5:30 pm 232959

National Lifeguard       Bring your NLS & CPR cards to Sunday April 24                                         $51.50
Service Recertification- class.                        10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Pool Option                                            232961
                                                                                                                                                                                    Aquatics & Wellness Division


First Aid and C.P.R. Programs
The Canadian Red Cross First Aid Standard course includes 2 rescuer adult, child and infant CPR
(Equivalent to Level C CPR) and the required text.
Course . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Day . . . . . . . . . . . .Dates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Time . . . . . . . . . . . . .Barcode . . . . .Fee
Standard First Aid . . . . . .Sat & Sun . . . . . . .Apr. 2, 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9:00am-5:00pm . . . . .232784 . . . . . .$103
 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Mon & Wed . . . . . .Apr. 18, 20, 25, 27 . . . . . . .5:00am-9::00pm . . . .232785 . . . . . .$103
Standard First Aid
Recertification . . . . . . . . .Saturday . . . . . . . . .Apr 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9:00am-5:30pm . . . . .232787 . . . . . .$50
 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Sunday . . . . . . . . . .May 8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9:00am-5:30pm . . . . .232788 . . . . . .$50
One & Two Rescuer . . . .Mon. & Wed. . . . . .Apr. 18 & 20 . . . . . . . . . . . .5:00pm-9:00pm . . . . .232791 . . . . . .$65
Adult/Child/Infant CPR .Sat . . . . . . . . . . . . .Apr 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9:00am- 3:30pm . . . .232792 . . . . . .$65
One & Two Rescuer . . . .Saturday . . . . . . . . .Apr 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9:00am-3:30pm . . . . .232794 . . . . . .$39
Adult/Child/Infant CPR. .Sunday . . . . . . . . . .May 8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9:00am-3:30pm . . . . .232795 . . . . . .$39
Recertification


             To organize a group class, please call the Supervisor of Aquatics at 684-3339.                                                                   137
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www.gamescomplex.com                                      Aquatics Fitness Programs                                             HOTLINE! To Register call 625-TIME
                                                          2- 5 week sessions starting the week of March 21st and April 25th, 2011
                                                          No classes April 22 – Good Friday, April 24 Easter Sunday and May 23 – Victoria Day
                                                          H.S.T. will be added where applicable
                                                          Fees will be prorated if you start late…so sign up anytime this Spring!


                                                          NAME                       DAY          TIME                 FEE/        Barcode     Barcode Type
                                                                                                                       Session     Session 1   Session 2
                                                          *Splash Dance              Tuesday      9:15 – 10:15 am      $27         232037      232038 (9)Deep water with floatation belts
                                                                                     Thursday     9:15 – 10:15 am      $27         232040      232041 (9Deep water with floatation belts
                                                          *Aqua Energizer Advanced Monday    10:15 – 11:15 am          $27         232043      232044       (9)Deep water with Floatation belts
                                                                                   Wednesday 10:15 – 11:15 am          $27         232046      232047       (9)Deep water with floatation belts
                                                                                   Friday    10:15 – 11:15 am          $27         232049      232050       (9)Deep water with floatation belts
                                                          *Senior Aquafit            Tuesday      10:15 – 11:15 am     $27         232052      232053       (7&8)Shallow water
                                                                                     Thursday     10:15 – 11:15 am     $27         232055      232056       (7&8)Shallow water
                                                          *Aqua Jog                  Monday    7:30 – 8:30 pm          $27         232652      232653       (10)Deep water with floatation belts
                                                                                     Wednesday 7:30 – 8:30 pm          $27         232637      232638       (10)Deep water with floatation belts
                                                                                     Sunday    11:00 - 12:00 am        $27         232639      232640       (10)Deep water with floatation belts

                                                          * These programs are also Drop In. Free for members and Day Fee for non-members.


                                                          ADULT/TEEN Semi Private Lessons                                                  Adult/Teen Aquatics
                                                          (max. 3)      5 half hour lessons: $69
                                                                                                                                      - It’s never too late to learn!
                                                          Teen lessons are for beginners aged 12-17                                                 Adult 1 (101)
                                                          Level           Thursday    Mar. 31-Apr 28      May 5-June 2        You’ll work towards a 10 -15m. swim on your front
                                                                                      5 classes           5 classes           and back. You’ll be able to do jump entries from the
                                                                                                                              side and support yourself at the surface for 10 – 29 sec.
                                                          Adult 1         7:00 pm     232767              232768              You’ll be able to recover an object from the bottom of
                                                          Adult 2         5:30 pm     232771              232772              chest deep water.
                                                          Adult 3         5:00 pm     232776              232777                                    Adult 2 (201)
                                                                                                                              Kick it up a notch by working towards a 50 – 100m.
                                                          Teen 1          4:30 pm     232780              232781              swim. You’ll be able to perform dive entries and
                                                                                                                              demonstrate breaststroke arms and breathing over 25m.
                                                          Level           Friday      Apr. 29-June 3                          You’ll develop sculling skill and strengths over 10m,
                                                                                      5 classes                               and show off your handstands in shallow water.
                                                          Adult 1         5:15 pm     232769
                                                                                                                                                    Adult 3 (301)
                                                                                                                              You’ll be doing 200 – 300m continuous swims and
                                                          Adult 2         7:15 pm     232773                                  sprinting 25m. You’ll be front crawling, back crawling
                                                          Adult 3         7:15 pm     232778                                  and breast stroking over 100m You’ll be sculling feet
                                                                                                                              first and swimming 25m head-up.
                                                          Teen 1          6:30 pm     232782
                           Aquatics & Wellness Division




                                                              BOAT OPERATOR ACCREDITED TRAINING
                                                           If you’re going to drive a boat with a motor you need to get “carded”. As of September
                                                           15th 2009, Everyone now needs the Pleasure Craft Operator (PCO) card (or higher cer-
                                                           tification) to operate any powered boat. How to get carded. . . The Canada Games
                                                           Complex offers the full BOAT course or just the exam. Take the BOAT course or
                                                           take the BOAT Study Guide home, and take the test when you are ready.
                                                           BOAT Course (Includes Boat Study Guide)                        Barcode
                                                           Tuesday        April 5, 12, 19        6:00pm-9:00pm            232761              $66
                                                           BOAT Study Guide & Test: Sign up and receive the BOAT Study Guide now from the
                                                           Complex registration desk, and read prior to the test. Brief question/review period before test.
                                                           Tuesday        April 19               7:00pm-9:00pm            232764              $44
                                                           Monday         May 9                  7:00pm-9:00pm            232765              $44
                                                           For more information or to set up a group class, call the Supervisor of Aquatics, at 684-3339.

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                                                                                                                                                Canada Games Complex
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Recreational Swim Schedule                                                                   Spring 2011                    for all TBDC
Effective March 19th – June 5th, 2011                                                                                        programs
The following schedule is subject to unforeseen changes.                                                                      call the
Note:                                                                                                                         Canada
Q Limited pool space is available to adults during all operating                                                              Games
  hours. Please note that during Thunderbolt Swim practice                                                                   Complex
  times in the evening only 2 lanes will be open for fitness                                                                 684-3333
  swimmers on Mon, Wed and Fri and only one on Tues. and
  Thurs. Please share this space and expect limited access.                   LI’L LIGHTNING (5-7 YEARS OLD)
Q Lanes 1 to 8 may be closed due to Swim team practice                     Swimming prerequisite: ability to swim 25 metres unaided.
  and swim lessons.                                                        Designed to introduce young divers to the sport of diving in a
Q Thunderbolts Swim practice Tues and Thurs 5:30 – 6:00                    safe and fun atmostphere. This program helps improve motor
  pm (lanes 7 & 8), Tues and Thurs 6:00 – 7:30 pm (lanes                   development skills through the sport of diving.
  3-8), Mon., Wed., Fri., 4:00 – 7:00 pm, Sat 7:00 – 9:00 am               8 Week Sessions: Mar. 21 - May 12
  (8 lanes), Mon. – Fri. 6:00 – 7:30 am (3 lanes)                          Mon & Wed, Mar. 21 - May 11 5:30 - 7:00 p.m.          $180
Q Masters practice (lanes 2-6) Tues & Thurs 5:00 – 6:00pm                  Tues & Thurs, Mar. 22 - May 12 5:30 - 7:00 p.m.       $180
  and Sat 9:00 am -10:30 am.                                                     LEARN TO DIVE (8-12 YEARS OLD)
Q The diving boards and the towers are closed Mon-Fri 5:00                 Swimming prerequisite ability to swim 25 metres unaided. T   his
  -7:15pm and Sat 9:00 am-12:00 noon during the Diving                     program introduces children to the sport of diving. It’s a four
  Club’s practices.                                                        level badge program designed to teac h the fundamentals of
Q During the “Family Swim”, a parent or guardian (18yrs)                   diving with focus on fitness, friendship and fun.
  must accompany children in the water.                                    8 Week Sessions: March 21 - May 14
Q Groups of 20 or more must pre-book. Group rates available.               Mon & Wed, Mar. 21 - May 11 5:00 - 6:00 p.m.           $160
  Call Roy Warren 684-3339 or Tiffany Johnson 684-3724.                    Mon & Wed, Mar. 21 - May 11 6:00 - 7:00 p.m.           $160
Day(s) & Times Type of Swim                   Section                      Mon & Wed, Mar. 21 - May 11 5:00 - 7:00 p.m.           $250
Monday - Friday                                                            Tues & Thurs, Mar. 22 - May 12 5:00 - 6:00 p.m.        $160
5:45 am - 9:00 am          Public/Family            ABCD                   Tues & Thurs, Mar. 22 - May 12 6:00 - 7:00 p.m.        $160
9:00 am - 1:00 pm          Family                     BCD                  Tues & Thurs, Mar. 22 - May 12 5:00 - 7:00 p.m.        $250
9:00 am - 4:00 pm          You & Your Tot                 D                Saturday, Mar. 26 - May 14         10:00 - 11:00 a.m. $ 90
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm          Public/Family            ABCD                   Saturday, Mar. 26 - May 14         11:00 - 12:00 noon $ 90
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm          Public/Family            ABCD T                 Saturday, Mar. 26 - May 14         10:00 - 12:00 noon $160
Monday - Thursday
                                                                           Try-Outs for Pre-Competitive and Competitive
4:00 pm - 7:00 pm          Family/Adult                  CD
                                                                           Programs are available all year. Call the TBDC
9:00 pm - 10:00 pm Adult/Teen                       ABCD
                                                                           Office at 684-3341 for more information.
Friday
 4:00pm – 6:00pm           Public / Family               CD                  All classes start the week of March 21, 2011
 6:00pm – 7:00pm           Public / Family              CD T                Watch our website for Summer Camp Regis-
Saturday                                                                     tration Info! Registration starts in April.
8:00 am - 11:00 am Adult                            ABCD                              Email: tbdc@tbaytel.net
9:30 am - 1:00 pm          Family                     BCD                       Website: thunderbaydivingclub.ca
11:00 am - 1:00 pm Adult/Teen                         BCD
                                                                                                    S FILL UP FAST!
1:00 pm - 5:30 pm          Public/Family            ABCD T                     Register early! SPOT
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm          Family/Adult             ABCD
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm          Public/Family            ABCD T                                         THUNDER BAY’S HOME OF
Sunday
                                                                                                   COMPETITIVE SWIMMING
8:00 am - 5:30 pm
1:00 pm - 5:30 pm
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
                           Public/Family
                           Public/Family
                           Family/Adult
                                                    ABCD
                                                    ABCD T
                                                    AB D
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                                                                              $ 00                      SINCE 1972

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm          Public/Family            ABCD T
THUNDERSLIDE HOURS: marked with T                                          Twoonie
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Pool Sections         A - Deep End B - Middle Lanes
                      C - Shallow End D - Swirl Pool
                                                                             Nite
 Birthday Parties at the Canada Games Complex!                                  Adults/
          Celebrate your birthday at the Complex - swim in our               Teens Swim
        Olympic size pool, ride down the Thunderslide and party                Thursday
                in our Poolside Party Place with pizza and                 9:00 - 10:00 p.m.
refreshments. Parties are 2.5 hours long, and we provide 2 pizzas,
   10 pop and party essentials - you bring the cake and the kids!            Come in and
     Price for your party of 10: $137 Additional Kids $3.00                      swim
      Additional pizza, pop and space may be purchased.                           for a
                For info call 684-3311 or visit our website                    Twoonie.            For more information, see the Thunderbolts
                         www.gamescomplex.com                                                       advertisement in the Community Groups
                                                                              TWOONIE                        pages or call 344-9802.
                          To book a party call Mon. -Thurs.                    PASSES
                          5-8 p.m. & Fri.-Sat. 10 a.m.-8p.m.
                    All parties must be paid for at the time of booking.      AVAILABLE               www.thunderbolts.ca                        139
                       Canada Games Complex
www.gamescomplex.com                                      Youth Programs
                                                          1-10 week session except where noted starting the week of March 21, 2011.
                                                          HST will be added where applicable
                                                          Program                              Day                  Time                 Barcode    Fee
                                                          KARATE (ISSHIN RYU)
                                                          Tots (4 to 6 yrs)                    Saturday             9:45 – 10:30 am 231987 $56
                                                          Beginners & Yellow Stripes
                                                          (7 yrs & up)                         Saturday             10:30 – 11:30 am 231990 $64
                                                          Advanced – must have
                                                          yellow belt (7 yrs & up)             Saturday             11:30 – 1:00 pm 231992 $90
                                                           Fit Kids
                                                           (8 to 12 yrs) 10 weeks              Saturday              11:00 am – 12:00 pm           231994       $47
                                                           After School Fitness
                                                           (8 to 12 yrs)                       Wednesday                    4:15 – 5:15 pm         231995       $47
                                                          TEEN PROGRAMS
                                                          1 - 10 week session Starting the week of March 21, 2011
                                                          *Teen Total Workout Weight training, aerobics, stretching, cool down.
                                                          Co-ed 12-17 yrs.            Sunday – start Mar. 27        3:15 – 4:15 pm                 231996       $43
                                                          Teen Boxing Bootcamp        Wednesday – start Mar 23 8:15 – 9:15 pm                      231997       $47
                                                          Teen Zumba Dance            Wednesday – start Mar 23 7:00 – 8:00 pm                      231998       $47
                                                          * Free program to Complex members; registration still necessary




                                                           March Break Madness!                            $149 for the week, $124 additional children;
                                                           March 14 to 18, 2011                            $33 for individual days, $27 additional children .
                                                                                                           Call Donna at 684-3314 for more information.
                                                          P.A. Day Activities
                                                                                     Friday, recreational and sporting activities
                                                          This program provides a variety ofApril 8
                                                          Separate P.A. Days:
                                                               Fee: $33/day, $27/day P.A. Days.
                                                          for children 5-12 years on the additional children, $22 ½ day
                                                          Time:                      8:15 am to 5:00 pm
                                                          Public Swim (dryland option available)          2:00 – 4:00 pm
                                                          Children bring lunch and beverage
                                                          *Please register a minimum of 3 days is advance to avoid
                                                          program cancellation.

                                                                                 Adventurers Camp 2011 Preview
                                                            Session 1 - July 4 to 15 (10 days)                                 One week options are available
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                                                            Session 2 - July 18 to 29 (10 days)           For more              Fees: 10 days $200 1st child,
                                                           Session 3 - August 2 to 12 (9 days)
                                                           Session 4 - August 15 to 26 (10 days)      information                 $167 per additional child
                                                                                                                                   5 days $151 1st child,
                                                                 Super Summer Send Off               call 684-3314                $126 per additional child
                                                               August 29 to Sept 2 (5 days)                                            Registration will
                                                               *depending on school calendar                                         start on May 16th.

                                                          Babysitting Services – March 21 to June 3, 2011
                                                          Note: Babysitting program cards may be purchased at the start of each session. This card will entitle you to
                                                          Babysitting on the days you attend your class. Fee:$3.60 per hour per child. Ages: 4 months to 8 years.
                                                          NO REFUNDS FOR MISSED DAYS.                            Fee: Deluxe Members - Free
                                                          Monday to Thursday                                           General Members-
                                                           . . . . . . . . . . . .8:45 am to 9:00 pm                   $80 1st child per year / $60 2nd child per year
                                                          Last sign-in is 8:15 pm                                      Day use fees -
                                                          Fridays . . . . . .8:45 am to 7:00 pm                        $5.80/hour 1st child / $3.60/hour 2nd child
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                                                                                                                                                                www.gamescomplex.com
Health & Wellness Programs                                                             HOTLINE! To Register call 625-TIME
HST will be added where applicable
KETTLEBELL CLASSES (10) – Kettlebells are iron weights that resemble cannon balls with handles requiring the par-
ticipants to use their own body to perform the exercise. Not recommended for novice exercisers. Monday @ 6PM,
Wednesday 6:45 AM with Corey and Sundays at 11 AM with Christine
BOLLYWOOD DANCE WORKOUT - A high energy exciting dance workout inspired by the bollywood film industry.
This hydrid dance form combines latin, Bhangra and jazz. Thursdays 8:00 pm Instructor: Andrea - Registered only.
ZUMBA DANCE FITNESS (9)
If you love music, love to dance and are looking for a fun and exciting addition to your workouts then you will love
Zumba dance. This latin inspired dance fitness class takes the work out of workout but be prepared to move.
Tuesday - 7 PM & Fridays -7 PM Magda               Tuesdays @ 8 PM Cassie
Teen Zumba- ages 13-17yrs- Wednesday 7 PM Jessica New- Zumba toning- Thursday mornings at 9AM- Magda
BOOTCAMP- CLASSES (9)
Get a whole body cardio, core and strength workout in this efficient exercise format. Instructors provide a variety of
modifications to accommodate your fitness level and individual differences. Instructors are highly motivating. Not rec-
ommended for beginners. Please note that the Monday night Boxing Bootcamp is a registered class since you would
be learning skills and techniques associated with use of the heavy bags. Participants are encouraged to use their own
wraps and gloves although loaners will be available.
Boxing Bootcamp - Agnes General Bootcamp classes – taught by a variety of male and female instructors
Teen Boxing Bootcamp- 13-17yrs – Wednesdays @ 8:15 PM Instructor: Agnes
KEEP MOVING WITH MS (6)
This exercise program is designed to meet the needs of those with living with multiple sclerosis. It includes aerobic con-
ditioning, functional strengthening, mobility and balance exercises.
One 4 wk session. Classes take place Mondays and Wednesdays at 10:15AM. Programs starts Mar 28 Barcode: 2317375
Cost is $42 for 8 classes
KEEP MOVING WITH STROKE (6)
This exercise program is designed to meet the needs of those living with chronic stroke. It includes aerobic condition-
ing, functional strengthening, mobility and balance exercises. One 4 wk session. Classes take place on Tuesdays and
Thursdays at 10:45 AM- 12 PM. Programs start Mar 29 Barcode: 231741 Cost is $42 for 8 classes
KEEP MOVING SERIES of programs is for people living with MS and Stroke are specialized exercise pro-
grams that require that participants are screened and assessed by a health care professional to ensure suit-
ability and safety. If you are interested in more information or you are interested in participating please
contact Nancy Eaton -Community Exercise Programs at 343-2432
Intensity Key
 (6) This class is appropriate for participants whose symptoms might limit their activities. A common complaint might be fatigue.
     Some programs that may require a referral or assessment.
 (7) This class is appropriate for people with well controlled medical conditions.
 (8) This class is low or light and would be appropriate for beginners. Participants in this category have no active disease symptoms.
     Classes are also appropriate for fitter individuals who are seeking to round out their personal fitness programs, examples are
     T’ai Chi, Yoga or any skill based class
 (9) This class requires a moderate level of intensity. Participants need to be able to work continuously for 20 minutes at a
     comfortable pace that promotes sweating.
(10) This class is not appropriate for beginner participants. The aerobic portion of this class would exceed 20 minutes. Participants
     must be accustomed to regular vigorous exercise.
(11) The intensity level of the class is very vigorous and would be appropriate for younger or athletic participants including older
     participants who have participated in life long activity.

Squash Programs
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HST will be added where applicable. 5 Week Lessons begin March 22 and April 26, 2011
Adult lessons (16yrs +) consist of five 50 minute lessons held over five consecutive weeks. Racquets, balls
and eyeguards are supplied if necessary. Lessons include 1 free court booking per week.
Program                        Day                           Time           Barcode          Fee
Beginner Squash                Tuesday Mar. 22               6:50 pm        232237           $67
                               Tuesday Apr. 26               6:50 pm        232238           $67
Private Lessons                By appointment                               232241           3/$83
Semi Private Lessons           By appointment                               232242           3/$67

Leagues: The Complex is the home for the Court Jesters Squash League. For more information call 684-3314.
Court Time Wednesday Night Squash League will return in the fall.
Ladder: Check out www.squash-ladder.net/norwesters/index.php. This ladder is open to anyone and is free.
For Information on Squash in Thunder Bay check out www.thunderbaysquash.info

         C.S.A. protective eyewear strongly recommended. Private/Group or school lessons in
        Squash arranged on request. For more information on Squash Programs call 684-3314.                                                141
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www.gamescomplex.com                                      Adult Health, Wellness and Fitness Programs
                                                          HST will be added where applicable. Program Staff: Joanna Duncan 684-3338 & Donna Perrault 684-3314
                                                          2 – 5 week sessions starting the weeks of March 21 and April 25
                                                          No classes Good Friday April 22, Easter Sunday April 24 and Victoria Day May 23. Fees will be prorated if you
                                                          start late …so sign up anytime this Spring.
                                                          Note: You are welcome to a swim & sauna AFTER your class. **Programs free to Deluxe Members. Registration
                                                          necessary. The programs marked with an asterisk * are offered as registered and Drop Ins. They are FREE for
                                                          Complex Members, Non Members pay either the Day Fee or register if offered as such.
                                                          Morning Programs
                                                          Name                          Day         Time               Fee/      Barcode    Barcode      Type
                                                                                                                       Session   Session 1 Session 2
                                                          *Spinning                     Monday      6:30 – 7:15 am     $27       232292     232293       (9) Cycling
                                                          *Spinning                     Tuesday     6:30 – 7:15 am     $27       232288     232289       (9) Cycling
                                                          Kettlebell Bootcamp Workout   Wednesday   6:45 – 7: 30 am    $27       232656     232657       (11)Variety
                                                          *Spinning                     Thursday    6:30 – 7:15 am     $27       232290     232291       (9) Cycling
                                                          * Yoga Workout                Fridays     7:00 – 7:45 am     DayFee    Free to Members         (7& 8) Stretch
                                                          *Bootcamp Workout             Saturday    8:30 – 9:30am      DayFee    Free to Members         (11)Variety
                                                          *Morning Fitness              Monday      9:00 – 10:00am     $27       232337     232338       (9)Steps/Aerobics
                                                          *Bootcamp                     Wednesday   9:00 – 10:00 am    $27       232392     232393       (10)Step/Aerobics
                                                          *Strong Seniors               Tuesday     9:00 – 10:00 am    $27       232342     232343       (8) Wts/Core
                                                          *Strong Seniors               Friday      9:00 –10:00am      $27       232340     232341       (8) Wts/Core
                                                          *Splash Dance                 Tuesday     9:15 – 10:15 am    $27       232037     232038       (9)deep water
                                                                                                                                                        with floatation belts
                                                          *Splash Dance                 Thursday    9:15 – 10:15 am    $27       232040     232041       (9)deep water
                                                                                                                                                        with floatation belts
                                                          *Spin Drop In            Sunday           10:00 – 11:00am    Day Fee   Free to Members         (9)Cycle/wts
                                                          *Aqua Energizer Advanced Monday           10:15 – 11:15 am   $27       232043     232044       (9)Deep water
                                                                                                                                                        with floatation blets
                                                          *Aqua Energizer Advanced Wednesday 10:15 – 11:15 am          $27       232046     232047       (9)deep water
                                                                                                                                                        with floatation belts
                                                          *Aqua Energizer Advanced Friday           10:15 – 11:15 am   $27       232049     232050       (9)Deep water
                                                                                                                                                        with floatation belts
                                                          *Senior Aquafit               Tuesday     10:15 – 11:15 am   $27       232052     232053     (7&8)Shallow water
                                                          *Senior Aquafit               Thursday    10:15 – 11:15 am   $27       232055     232056     (7&8)Shallow water
                                                          *Kettlebell Bootcamp          Sunday      11:00 – 12:00 pm   Day Fee   Free to Members         (9)Core
                                                          *Aqua Jog                     Sunday      11:00 – 12:00 pm   $27       232639     232640       (10)Deep water
                                                                                                                                                        with floatation blets
                                                          Afternoon Programs
                                                          *Noon Hour Step/Wts           Monday      12:15 – 1:00 pm    $27       232345     232346       (8) Combined
                                                          Noon Hour - Pilates           Monday      12:15 – 1:00 pm    $27       232487     232488       (8) Core
                                                          *Lunch Express
                                                          Balls bars & Wts              Tuesday   12:15 – 1:00 pm      $27       232361     232362       (8) Combined
                                                          *Noon Hour Intervals          Wednesday 12:15 – 1:00 pm      $27       232349     232350       (9) Step/Wts
                                                          *Lunch Express-               Thursday  12:15 – 1:00 pm      $27       232364     232365       (9) Combined
                                                          Balls, bars & Wts
                                                          Noon Hour -Spin               Fridays     12:15 – 1:00 pm    $27       232353     232354       (9) Spin
                                                          Evening Programs
                                                          **Heart & Soul                Monday      5:00 – 6:00 pm     $27       232387     232388       (9) Variety
                                                          **Bootcamp                    Wednesday   5:00 – 6:00 pm     $27       232390     232391       (11)Combined
                                                          *Athletic Spin                Thursday    5:00 – 5:55 pm     $27       232308     232309       (11)Cycle/Core
                                                          *Spin & Sculpt                Friday      6:00 – 6:55 pm     $27       232294     232295       (9) Cycle/wts
                                                          *Spin Drop In                 Tuesday     6:05 – 6:55pm      Day Fee   Free to Members         (9)Cycle/Core
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                                                          *Athletic Spin Drop In        Wednesday   6:10 – 6:55pm      Day Fee   Free to Members         (11)Cycle/Core
                                                          *Kettlebell Circuit Drop In Monday        6:00 – 7:00 pm     Day Fee   Free to Members         (10)Core
                                                          *Balls,Bars & Weight Drop In Thursday     6:00 – 7:00 pm     Day Fee   Free to Members         (8)Core
                                                          *Balls,Bars & Weights Drop In Monday      7:00 – 8:00 pm     Day Fee   Free to Members         (8)Core
                                                          *Core and More                Wednesday   7:00 – 8:00 pm     Day Fee   Free to Members         (8) wts//core
                                                          *Balls,Bars & Weight Drop In Sunday       7:00 – 8:00 pm     Day Fee   Free to Members         (8)Core
                                                          Zumba Dance                   Tuesday     7:00 – 8:00 pm     $27       232394     232395       (9)Combined
                                                          Zumba Dance                   Friday      7:00 – 8:00 pm     $27       232396     232397       (9)Combined
                                                          Zumba Dance                   Tuesday     8:00 – 9:00 pm     $27       232398     232399       (9)Combined
                                                          BellyFit                      Thursday    7:00 – 8:00 pm     $27       232437     232438       (8) Core
                                                          Bollywood Dance               Thursday    8:00 – 9:00 pm     $27       233487     233488       (10) Combined
                                                          Workout - NEW!
                                                          *Aqua Jog                     Monday      7:30 – 8:30 pm     $27       232652     232653      (9 )Deep water
                                                                                                                                                       with floatation belts
                                                          *Aqua Jog                     Wednesday 7:30 – 8:30 pm       $27       232637     232638      (9-10)Deep water
                                                                                                                                                       with floatation belts
                                                          Boxing Bootcamp               Monday      8:15 – 9:15 pm     $27       232439     232440      (11)Combined

                                                                   For a schedule of Drop-Ins Only go to gamescomplex.com or pick up a copy at the Front Desk.
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                                                                                                                                                     www.gamescomplex.com
                                                                                           For program information
                                                                                  HOTLINE! call 625-TIME
& Personal Programs
HST will be added where applicable.
The Weight Room is equipped with Cybex free weights and selectorized machines. The Multi-Training Areas are
equipped with state of the art treadmills, steppers, rowing machines, cross trainers and bikes.
Orientations are available by appointment.
Personal Exercise Program: Barcode: 231692
If you want to start an exercise program but you don’t know where to begin then let our staff help by designing and
demonstrating a program tailored to your needs. If you have back pain, are trying to achieve a healthy weight or sim-
ply new to exercise let us help you achieve your goals safely. Fee: $54


For information on fitness testing & strength training programs call 684-3338.
The Canada Games Complex fitness testing lab is accredited through the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology
meeting the required standards and staffing guidelines.

Fitness & Lifestyle Appraisal - Barcode: 231687
The Canada Games Complex Fitness and Lifestyle Appraisal offers you a comprehensive appraisal of your
present fitness status and current nutritional habits.
The fitness component assesses:                        The nutrition component assesses:
   • Blood pressure                                      • Current eating habits
   • Muscle strength and endurance                       • Caloric balance
   • Flexibility                                         • Nutrient intake and appropriateness to age,
   • Body Composition                                      gender, activity
   • Aerobic or cardiovascular fitness                 Usually takes 1 hour – scheduled after fitness
Usually takes 1 hour to 1-1/2 hours.                   component.
The appraisal also includes:
• A written personal exercise program based on test results and personal needs and goals
• A program demonstration based on written program to ensure understanding of how exercises should be
performed and/or monitored
• Dietary assessment and prescription
FEE:$150.00
Fitness Test - Barcode: 231689
For individuals who want to evaluate their present fitness level only. The fitness tests include those listed under fitness
component in the Fitness & Lifestyle Appraisal but does not include the personal program, program demonstration or
nutritional appraisal.
FEE: $78
Body Composition Assessment - Barcode: 231694
An assessment of the indicators for Healthy Body Composition. The measurements include Body Mass Index, Sum of
Five Skinfolds, Waist Girth.
FEE: $27 Members NC

                         Personal Belongings                                                  Thunder Bay
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                                  All participants are reminded that valu-                    Meter Eaters
                                  ables and belongings should not be left               Join Thunder Bay’s most
                                  unattended in changerooms. We recom-                dynamic running club. Both
                                  mend all participants lock up their per-              competitive runners and
                                  sonal belongings in a locker and that               seasonal joggers can benefit
                                  valuables are not brought to the facility.          from membership. Services
                                  The City of Thunder Bay, Recreation &               include discount on running
                                  Culture Division (CGC) is not respon-                    apparel, bi-monthly
                                  sible for lost or stolen                              newsletter, social events,
                                  items.                                                awards and professional
                                  Mini coin operated lockers for valuables                   training advice.
                                  are available in the lobby for a $0.25                    www.tbmetre.ca
                                  rental.                                                       Our motto:
                                                                                             “Fun, Fitness,
                                                                                              Friendship.”
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www.ThunderBay.ca/Rec&Culture
                                Community Fitness & Wellness                                         Community Fitness
                                                                                         Spring 2011 Registered Fitness Programs
                                                                                         Register at 625-2351 or 625-TIME (8463)
                                                                         For detailed information on Fitness & Wellness Programs call 684-3324
                                                                        FITNESS                                                                              HST will be added to all fees.
                                                                        Activity                          Code         Day               Time             Instructor             Fee
                                                                        Tap Dance Level #1                230037       Wednesday         4:45 – 5:45 pm   Lynda Depiero    $67.50
                                                                        Gentle Strength &                 229191       Thursday          6:00 – 6:45 pm   Debbie Kankkunen $54.00
                                                                        Stretch*
                                                                        Stretching Mind & Body            229583       Tuesday           6:00 – 7:30 pm   Marina McEachern       $54.00
                                                                        Stretching Mind & Body            229584       Thursday          6:00 – 7:30 pm   Marina McEachern       $54.00
                                                                        Zumba Dance                       229937       Tuesday           6:30 – 7:30 pm   Jessica Winger         $67.50
                                                                        BLT-Buttocks,Legs,                229187       Tues & Thurs      6:30 – 7:30 pm   Rosemary Miller        $80.00
                                                                        Tummy – South Side *
                                                                        Cardio Kick X-Press Plus*         229387       Wednesday         6:30 – 7:30 pm   Lee Stevens            $54.00
                                                                        Pilates Mats-Beginners *          231138       Monday            6:30 – 7:30 pm   Susan Thompson         $54.00
                                                                        Cardio Salsa                      229987       Wednesday         6:30 – 8:00 pm   Armin & Carmela        $68.00
                                                                        Yoga-Beginners                    232442       Monday            6:30 – 8:00 pm   (Uma) I. Darcis        $54.00
                                                                        Yoga All Levels                   229389       Tuesday           6:30 – 8:00 pm   (Uma) I. Darcis        $54.00
                                                                        Yoga All Levels                   229390       Thursday          6:30 – 8:00 pm   (Uma) I. Darcis        $54.00
                                                                        Yoga Fit *                        229192       Wednesday         6:45 – 7:45 pm   Taina Chahal           $60.00
                                                                        BLT-Buttocks, Legs,               229189       Tues & Thurs      7:00 – 8:00 pm   Jen Godin              $80.00
                                                                        Tummy – North Side *
                                                                        Cardio Fusion *                   231137       Tuesday           7:00 – 8:00 pm   Krista Clark           $54.00
                                                                        Quintessential Wellness           229837       Tuesday           6:30 – 7:30 pm   Gary Savitsky          $60.00
                                                                        Fitness Over 50 *                 229190       Mon & Wed         7:00 - 8:00 pm   Evelyn Harrison        $75.48
                                                                        Beginner Belly Dance               233637      Monday            7:00 - 8:00 pm   Andrea Novoa           $60.00
                                                                         Women’s Self Defense       229988             Wednesday         8:00 – 9:00 pm   Armin Delrosario       $60.00
                                                                        *Only classes marked are able
                                                                        to use punch cards. All others
                                                                        are registered classes.
                                                                                                                    Walk Before                            Free!
                                                                                                                    You Run
                                                                        Fitness Punch Card                          Walking is a great way to help
                                                                                                                    you feel better and be healthier!
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                                                                        9 X Punch Card
                                                                        Fee: $63.00 & HST                           Our group will meet at the
                                                                        Code: 231187                                Canada Games Complex for a
                                                                        The fitness punch card offers maxi-         5km walk outdoors with the
                                                                        mum flexibility and is perfect for          focus being “everyone is wel-
                                                                        those who need to accommodate a
                                                                                                                    come”.
                                                                        busy schedule. It also includes drop in
                                                                        classes at the Canada Games Com-            Participants are invited to attend
                                                                        plex. Please call the Active Living Co-     a toning class afterwards at a re-
                                                                        ordinator at 684-3324 prior to the first    duced fee.
                                                                        class in case of class cancellation.        Registration is recommended.

                                                                                                                    Mondays 6:00-6:45 pm
                                                                        Note: Support Person – No fee if sup-       May 2-May 30
                                                                        porting a person with a PAL (Personal       (no class May 23)
                                                                        Attendant for Leisure) Card
                                                                                                                    Instructors: Karen/Taryn
                                                                                                                    Code: 232587
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Yoga-Beginner
                              New!
                                          Zumba Dance                   New!        Quintessential
                                                                                                                  New!
Level                                     Join Jessica for the Zumba                Wellness
Start from the basics. If you have        Fitness Party! Experience one hour of     By combining ancient wisdom with
never tried yoga this class is for you!   body energizing moves as you dance        modern western understanding and
By learning the basic movements of        to a fusion of Latin & International      practices one will learn how to attain
yoga at a comfortable pace you will       music. You will be inspired and moti-     more wellness into your life. Using vi-
enjoy total stress release as you are     vated each week to return to your         sualization, guided movement and ex-
taught how to integrate the body and      workout!                                  ercises Gary will share his gifts and
mind.                                     Thursdays                                 experience to help you along your
Wednesdays                                March 24-May 19 6:30-7:30 pm              journey to a more peaceful and harmo-
no class April 6                          Instructor: Jessica Winger                nious balance.
March 23-May 18 6:30-8:00 pm              Fee: $67.50 & HST                         Tuesdays
Instructor: Uma (Irene) Darcis            Woodcrest School                          March 22-May 17 6:30-7:30 pm
Fee: $54.00 & HST                         867 Woodcrest Road                        Instructor: Gary Savitsky
Algonquin School                          Code: 229937                              Fee: $60.00 &HST
160 Algonquin Avenue                                                                St. Margaret School
                                                                       New!
Code: 232442                              Women’s Self                              89 Clayte St.
                                          Defense                                   Code: 229837
Yoga – All Levels                          Become empowered and learn essen-
The benefits of practicing yoga in-       tial skills for dealing with and avoid-   Adult Tap Class
clude increased strength, flexibility     ing dangerous situations. This class      Level #1
and relaxation. You will have the op-     will teach you by preparing you both      This class is geared to those who have
portunity to integrate mind and body      mentally and physically. Armin’s ex-      had some beginner tap experience fo-
through a series of exercises and         pertise in women’s self-defense will      cusing on basic steps and combina-
breathing techniques. No matter what      take you through a hands-on easy to       tions. Progression will accelerate at a
your yoga level, this class will pro-     learn process that will help you to be    moderate pace. Tap dancing is a great
mote stress release and a feeling of      more confident and aware of your sur-     brain exercise and will also help to im-
total well-being.                         roundings whether you are at home, in     prove your coordination. Come and
Tuesdays                                  a parking lot, or in the clutches of an   tap your troubles away! Tap shoes are
March 22-May 17 6:30-8:00 pm              attacker.                                 recommended.
Fee: $54.00 & HST                         Wednesdays                                Wednesdays
Code: 229389                              March 23-May 11 8:00-9:00 pm              March 23-May 18 4:45-5:45 pm
Thursdays                                 Instructor: Armin Del Rosario             Instructor: Lynda Depiero
March 24-May 19 6:30-8:00 pm              Fee: $60.00 & HST                         Fee: $67.50
Fee: $54.00 & HST                         Bishop Gallagher School                   Jumbo Gardens Recreation Centre
Code: 229390                              (use the school’s back entrance)          330 Toivo St.
Instructor: Uma (Irene) Darcis            Code: 229988                              Code: 230037
Ogden Community Centre
600 McKenzie Street                       Cardio Salsa                              Beginner Belly
Stretching Mind & Body
                                          Are you ready to explore another di-
                                          mension of dance and movement?            Dance                         New!
A holistic program which incorporates     Step into the spicy Latin and             If you've never tried belly dance grab
yoga, breathing, stretching and medi-     Caribbean rhythms. Carmela will help      your girlfriends and learn belly dance
tation techniques designed to stimulate   perfect your Latin hip motion and         in a relaxed environment. This class is
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body awareness. This Class will en-       keep you burning calories from begin-     also perfect for those that have previ-
hance overall health and well being as    ning to end. Grab a friend and sign up    ously taken belly dance before.
you strengthen the mind/body connec-      early! Partners not required.             You will have fun learning shimmies,
tion.                                     Wednesdays                                turns, travelling steps, isolations as
Tuesdays                                   March 23-May 11 6:30-8:00 pm             well as the culture background of belly
March 22-May 17 6:00-7:30 pm              Instructor: Carmela Fabro                 dance.
Fee: $54.00 &HST                          Fee: $68.00 & HST                         Mondays
Superior C.&V. Institute                  Bishop Gallagher School, 159 Clayet       March 21 - May 16 7:00 - 8:00 pm
333 N. High St.                           St. (use the school’s back entrance)      Instructor: Andrea Novoa
Code: 229583                              Code: 229987                              Fee: $60 + HST
Thursdays                                                                           Location: Vance Chapman School
March 24-May 19 6:00-7:30 pm                                                        Code: 233637
Fee: $54.00 &HST
Instructor: Marina McEachern
Superior C.&V. Institute
333 N. High St                               *Only classes marked are able to use punch cards.
Code: 229584                                          All others are registered classes.
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                                                                                                               *Classes that allow punch card users
                                                                     BLT – Buttocks, Legs,
                                                                     Tummy & More *
                                                                                                                Cardio Fusion *
                                                                                                                All fitness levels are en-   New!
                                                                                                                                                         Beginners
                                                                                                                                                         Pilates-Mats
                                                                                                                                                                                     New!
                                                                                                                couraged to participate in this dy-
                                                                     South Side                                 namic fun workout that incorporates
                                                                                                                                                         Pilates is a body conditioning routine
                                                                     This class will tone abdominals, the                                                that seeks to build flexibility,
                                                                                                                all components of fitness! Krista will   strength, coordination and endurance.
                                                                     buttocks, legs, and thighs through a       motivate you with easy to follow aer-
                                                                     series of creative toning and shaping                                               By participating in pilates you will
                                                                                                                obics, followed by free weights and      experience better posture, be less
                                                                     exercises. Other areas of the body         bands to sculpt your muscles. Finish
                                                                     will also be targeted. Ideal for men                                                prone to injury while sculpting the
                                                                                                                with a stretch and relaxation compo-     body’s “core”.
                                                                     and women who want a class without         nent.
                                                                     the aerobic component.                                                              Mondays
                                                                                                                Tuesdays                                 March 21-May 16 6:30-7:30 pm
                                                                     Tuesdays & Thursdays                       March 22-May 17 7:00-8:00 pm
                                                                     March 22-May 19 6:30-7:30 pm                                                        Instructor: Susan Thompson
                                                                                                                Instructor: Krista Clark                 Fee: $54.00 & HST
                                                                     Instructor: Rosemary Miller                Fee: $54.00 & HST
                                                                     Fee: $80.00 & HST                                                                   Bishop E.Q. Jennings School
                                                                                                                C.D. Howe School                         777 John St.
                                                                     Agnew Johnson School                       30 Wishart Cres.
                                                                     145 Churchill Dr.                                                                   Code: 231138
                                                                                                                Code: 231137
                                                                     Code: 229187
                                                                                                                Gentle Strength &                        Cardio Kick X-Press
                                                                     BLT – Buttocks, Legs,                      Stretch *                                Plus Conditioning *
                                                                     Tummy & More *                             Improve your flexibility, posture, and
                                                                                                                                                         Cardio Kick Plus Conditioning fea-
                                                                                                                                                         tures dynamic boxing and kickbox-
                                                                     North Side                                 mobility in this class designed          ing moves combined with creative
                                                                     Tuesdays & Thursday                        specifically for individuals requiring   high energy aerobics, plus a muscle
                                                                     March 22-May 19 7:00-8:00 pm               a gentle approach. This program in-      conditioning segment to give you
                                                                     Instructors: Jen Godin                     cludes a warm up, exercises to help      real results!
                                                                     Fee: $80.00 & HST                          you progress slowly and increase         Wednesdays
                                                                     Vance Chapman School                       your range of motion. If you have        March 23-May 18 6:30-7:30 pm
                                                                     1000 Huron Ave.                            been struggling with arthritis, or       Instructor: Lee Stevens
                                                                     Code: 229189                               dealing with stiffness and stressed      Fee: $54.00 & HST
                                                                                                                areas of the body, give this class a     C.D. Howe School
                                                                                                                try!
                                                                     Fitness Over 50 *                          Thursdays
                                                                                                                                                         30 Wishart Cres.
                                                                     Perfect for the active 50+ Plus partic-                                             Code: 229387
                                                                                                                March 24-May 19 6:00-6:45 pm
                                                                     ipant who would like to maintain or        Instructor: Debbie Kankkunen
                                                                     improve their fitness level. Please        Fee: $54.00 & HST
                                                                     note that all fitness levels are wel-      Westmount School
                                                                     come, as participants are encouraged       120 Begin St. W.
                                                                     to work at their own pace. Open to         Code: 229191
                                                                     men and women 50 yrs and over.
                                                                     Mondays & Wednesdays
                                                                     No Class April 25
                                                                                                                Yoga Fit *
                                                                     March 21-May 16 7:00-8:00 pm               Flow into power with this Hybrid
                                                                     Instructor: Evelyn Harrison                class of asana (poses) to strengthen
                                                                     Fee: $75.48 & HST                          the body and restore calm. With con-
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                                                                     Westmount School,                          ditioning movements you will im-
                                                                     120 Begin St.W.                            prove posture, balance, focus and
                                                                     Code: 229190                               flexibility while improving overall
                                                                                                                well-being. Although this class is
                                                                                                                geared at the intermediate level, be-
                                                                                                                ginners are welcome.
                                                                                                                Wednesdays
                                                                                                                March 23-May 18 6:45-7:45 pm
                                                                                                                Instructor: Taina Chahal
                                                                                                                Fee: $60.00 & HST
                                                                                                                ESC de La Verendrye
                                                                                                                175 High St. N
                                                                                                                Code: 229192
                                                                                                          Excellent classes with fantastic instructors can get cancelled
                                                                     Don’t cancel                    if you wait to register. Don’t wait until the last minute; register early!
                                                                      my class!                                   REGISTRATION BEGINS FEBRUARY 28
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                          Community Aquatics
                  Churchill and Volunteer Pool – What’s NEW
For additional information about our programs, services or facilities please call Churchill Pool 577-2538 or Vol-
unteer Pool 345-5143.
• Churchill Pool - Schedule Changes
Churchill Pool is continuing to change its daytime schedule to better meet the needs of the community and in-
clude activities for a variety of user groups. Please refer to page XX and XX or call the pool directly at 577-
2538 for more details about the changes.
• Churchill Pool - Lighting
In December Churchill Pool was shut down for a lighting upgrade. The new lights are now up and operational
and we encourage everyone to come by for a swim to see how bright and beautiful our facility now looks!
• Churchill Pool – Coming Soon!
To address the needs of our diverse community Churchill Pool will soon be equipped with an accessible lift.
• Volunteer Pool – Swim Times
Volunteer Pool will continue to offer an additional Family and Adult swim on Wednesdays from 10:30 a.m. to
11:30 a.m. after our scheduled Parent and Tot class. The Saturday morning lengths swim has also been ex-
tended by 1 hour and will run from 8:00 am to 10:00 am.
• Volunteer Pool - Shutdown Contact Volunteer Pool at 345-5143 for details on the shutdown
• Admission Standards
As part of our commitment to providing safe and enjoyable aquatic programs for swimmers of all ages, we are continuing to enforce
the admission standards provided to us by the Ministry of Health. To help us in this maintain this standard please keep the following
in mind when visiting our pools:
            1) There must be one supervising caregiver for every 2 children under the age of 6.
            2) There must be one supervising caregiver for every 4 non-swimming children aged 6 to 9.
In both cases the supervising caregiver must be able to give immediate assistance. If you have any questions please feel free to call
Volunteer Pool at 345-5143 or Churchill Pool at 577-2538.



                                       The Aquatic Family
           Instructional                              Thinking about getting in shape this Spring?
            Family Pass                              Why not consider exercise for the whole family!!
 Have a child in lessons?                                        Compare and Save!
 Volunteer and Churchill Pool offer                                  Single Family Swim $9.25
 an exceptional deal on Family                                          5 Swim Pass $41.44
 Passes. It allows you and your                                     1 year membership $631.56
 family to swim during any of our                                                               Parent and Tots!
 public and family swim times. The
                                                                        Churchill Pool has a special swim
 pass is valid for the duration of
                                                                        just for you! Our warm pool and
 lessons and is only
                                                                        low stress environment is the per-
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               $45.20
                                                                        fect opportunity to introduce your
             (HST included.)
                                                                        child to the water.
   Call the pool for more information.
                                                                        Tuesday/Thursday
            Family Swims                             Remember, for only 11:30 am-1:00 pm
 Volunteer Pool                                      $1 you can use the          Public Swims
 Wednesday                10:30-11:30 am           sauna and spa during Churchill Pool
                          1:00-2:30 pm
 Thursday                 6:00-7:30 pm
                                                    your kids’ lessons at Monday & Friday 9:30-10:45 am
                                                      Volunteer Pool.     Friday          7:00-8:30 pm
 Friday                   6:00-7:00 pm                                                  Saturday                   2:00-5:00 pm
 Saturday                 3:30-5:00 pm                                                                             6:00-8:00 pm
                          6:00-8:00 pm                 Nostalgia Swim                   Sunday                     1:30-5:00 pm
 Sunday                   3:30-5:00 pm                   Churchill Pool                 Volunteer Pool
 Churchill Pool                                                                         Friday                     7:00-8:30 pm
 Mon. & Wed.              7:30-8:30 pm                       Sunday
                                                         10:00-11:30 am                 Saturday                   2:00-3:30 pm
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                                                                               City of Thunder Bay Children’s Aquatics Programs
                                                                          Parent and Tot 1              Ratio 1:10      Preschool E                Ratio 1:4      Swimmer 5                    Ratio 1:6
                                                                          This program is designed for the 3 to 12-     Participants in this level will jump      These swimmers will master shallow
                                                                          month-old to learn to enjoy the water         into deep water, return and exit the      dive entries, eggbeater kicks, and foot-
                                                                          with a parent. Classes will create a com-     water. They will perform a sideways       first sculling. Surface dives will take
                                                                          fort level for children and parents. Skills   entry wearing a PFD, practice sur-        them down to underwater swims.
                                                                          emphasized are entries, exits and water       face support for 10-15 seconds and        They’ll refine their front crawl, back
                                                                          movement. Participants will benefit           recover an object with their hands in     crawl, and breaststroke over 50m
                                                                          from a pool orientation and water safety      chest deep water. Your child will         swims of each. Then they’ll pick up
                                                                          instruction.                                  kick on their front and back with an      the pace in 25m sprints and endurance
                                                                                                                        aid for 5-10 meters. All participants     swims of 100-200m.
                                                                          Parent and Tot 2            Ratio 1:10        will swim on their front and back for
                                                                          As a continuation of Parent and Tot 1         5-10 meters.                              Swimmer 6                    Ratio 1:6
                                                                          or for children aged 12 to 24 months,                                                   These advanced swimmers will rise to
                                                                          participants will learn to enjoy water        Swimmer 1                  Ratio 1:4      the challenge of sophisticated aquatic
                                                                          with a parent. During class they will         These beginners will become com-          skills like compact jump entries, and
                                                                          learn to enter and exit the water unas-       fortable jumping into water with          eggbeater kick for 1 min. while chang-
                                                                          sisted, float with an aid and submerge        and without a Personal Flotation          ing directions. They’ll develop
                                                                          their body.                                   Device. They’ll learn to open their       strength and power in head-up front
                                                                                                                        eyes and exhale underwater, and           crawl or breaststroke over 25m.
                                                                          Parent and Tot 3           Ratio 1:10         gain the skills to confidently get ob-    They’ll easily swim 100m front crawl,
                                                                          This program for children aged 24             jects off the bottom. They’ll work        back crawl, and breaststroke, and
                                                                          months to 3 years will help your child        on floats and moving through the          complain about the 4 x 25m sprints in
                                                                          experience safety awareness and water         water on their front and back.            interval training. The 200 to 300m en-
                                                                          skills through discovery. They will                                                     durance swim will be a piece of cake.
                                                                          also attempt front and back floats, sub-
                                                                          mersion and movement through the                                                        Rookie Patrol              Ratio 1:8
                                                                          water.                                                                                  Rookie Patrol features a timed 100m
                                                                                                                                                                  swim, 350m workouts and swims with
                                                                          Preschool A                  Ratio 1:4                                                  clothes. A work-hard play-hard ap-
                                                                          These preschoolers will have fun                                                        proach develops swimming strength
                                                                          learning to get in and out of the water.                                                and efficiency with emphasis on per-
                                                                          We’ll help them jump into shallow                                                       sonal responsibility for Water Smart®
                                                                          water. They’ll try floats and glides on                                                 behaviour.
                                                                          their front and back, and wearing a
                                                                          Personal Flotation Device. They’ll            Swimmer 2                     Ratio 1:4   Ranger Patrol                Ratio 1:8
                                                                          learn to get their face wet and blow          These advanced beginners will jump        Ranger Patrol features a timed 200m
                                                                          bubbles underwater.                           into deeper water, and learn to be com-   swim, 100m fitness medley and sup-
                                                                                                                        fortable falling sideways into the        port/ carrying a 5-lb. weight. Content
                                                                          Preschool B                  Ratio 1:4        water wearing a Personal Flotation        is challenging but achievable with ef-
                                                                          These preschoolers learn to jump into         Device. They’ll be able to support        fort. Skill drills enhance capability in
                                                                          shallow water by themselves, and get          themselves at the surface without an      the water including a non-contact res-
                                                                          in and get out wearing a Personal Flota-      aid, learn whip kick, and swim 10-        cue.
                                                                          tion Device. They’ll submerge and ex-         15m on their front and back.
                                                                          hale underwater. With a buoyant aid,                                                    Star Patrol                Ratio 1:8
                                                                          they’ll work on moving through the            Swimmer 3                    Ratio 1:5    Star Patrol features a timed 300m
                                                                          water kicking on their front and back.        These junior swimmers will cannon-        swim, 3 x 600m workouts; swim with
                                                                                                                        ball, dive and roll into the water. New   clothes; defense methods; support &
                                                                          Preschool C                 Ratio 1:4         bag of tricks includes treading water,    carry 10-lb weight. Scene assessment
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                                                                          These youngsters will try jumping into        handstands, in-water somersaults and      and a towing rescue are introduced.
                                                                          chest-deep water, and into deep water         swimming underwater. They’ll work
                                                                          wearing a Personal Flotation Device.          on front crawl and back crawl over        Bronze Star                 Ratio 1:12
                                                                          They’ll recover objects from the bot-         short distances, and endurance swims      Bronze Star is excellent preparation for
                                                                          tom. They’ll work on moving effi-             of 25 to 50m.                             success in Bronze Medallion. Partici-
                                                                          ciently through the water on their front                                                pants develop problem solving and deci-
                                                                          and back, and while wearing a PFD.            Swimmer 4                   Ratio 1:5     sion making skills individually and in
                                                                                                                        These intermediate swimmers will re-      partners. Candidates learn CPR and de-
                                                                          Preschool D                Ratio 1:4          fine dives and stride entries. They’ll    velop the lifesaving skills needed to be
                                                                          Advanced preschoolers will learn to           wrestle with eggbeater kick, and mas-     their own lifeguard. This program in-
                                                                          do solo jumps into deeper water and           ter foot-first surface dives, and in-     cludes a timed 400 meter swim.
                                                                          get out by themselves. They’ll learn to       water back somersaults. They’ll learn
                                                                          support themselves at the surface,            to scull and swim lengths of front
                                                                          open their eyes underwater and re-            crawl, back crawl, whip kick, and
                                                                          cover objects from the bottom in              breaststroke arms with breathing.
                                                                          deeper water. They’ll master short (3-        They’ll cap it all off with endurance
                                                                          5m) swims on their front and back.            swims of 50-100m.
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        Community Aquatics - Children’s Swim Program
           For Specific Level Information Please refer to page 148 or call Sir Winston Churchill
            or Volunteer Pool. Swimming Lessons begin the week of April 4th at Churchill Pool
                               and the week of April 11th at Volunteer Pool.
                   There will be no classes on Friday April 25th or Monday May 23rd.
Community Aquatics has made some changes to the programming we offer.
ADDITIONAL SCHEDULED PRIVATE SWIM LESSONS
AT VOLUNTEER POOL
We have added additional scheduled private swim lesson slots throughout the week to meet the increased
demand for these types of lessons. Call in advance to secure your spot which guarantees a specific day and
time. Our private request list is still available and we are able to accommodate the large majority of our
clientele.
PARENT AND TOT
Community Aquatics will now offer divided Parent and Tot Classes in the evenings and on week-ends.
Children aged 3 months to 18 months can register in Parent and Tot 1/2 and children aged 18 months to 3
years can register in Parent and Tot 2/3.

    Before you make your swim class selection, please refer to the following chart. . .
                  If your Child . . .                    Previously in    Register in Life-
                                                                                                  Red Cross:              saving Society:
                                                                                                                            PARENT AND
                                                                       TOT LEVELS
Is 3 to 12 months old and ready to learn and enjoy the water with a parent . . .                    Aquatots 1              Parent and Tot 1
Is 12 to 24 months old and ready to learn and enjoy the water with a parent . . .                   Aquatots 2              Parent and Tot 2
Is 24 months to 4 years old and ready to learn and enjoy the water with a parent . . .              Aquatots 3              Parent and Tot 3
                                         PRESCHOOL LEVELS (3-5 YEARS)                                                   Is 34 months to 5 years
Is 34 months to 5 years old and just starting out on his or her own . . .                    Continuing Preschool AQ1         Preschool A
 Is 3 to 5 years of age and can get in and out alone, jump into shallow water, float and     Completed Preschool AQ1,         Preschool B
glide in a PFD on front and back, blow bubbles and can put face into water.                  Continuing Preschool AQ2

 Is 3 to 5 years of age and can get in and out alone, jump into shallow water, submerge Completed Preschool AQ2,              Preschool C
body and exhale underwater and can move on front/back with aid and in a PFD.            Continuing Preschool AQ 3

Is 3 to 5 years of age and jumps into chest deep water wearing a PFD, recovers objects       Completed Preschool AQ3,         Preschool D
from the bottom and moves through the water while wearing a PFD                              Continuing Preschool AQ4
Is 3 to 5 years of age and can jump into water over their head and return to the side,  Completed Preschool AQ4,              Preschool E
surface support 5-10 seconds, recover an object in water over their head, open eyes un- Continuing Preschool AQ5
derwater and do basic front and back crawl 3 to 5 meters.
                                      SCHOOL AGE LEVELS (5+ YEARS)
Is 5 to 12 years and has just started out or completed Preschool A or B                        Continuing AQ1, AQ2            Swimmer 1
Is 5 to 12 years and jumps into water with or without a PFD, open eyes and exhale un- Completed AQ2/Continuing                Swimmer 2
derwater, get objects off the bottom and float/move in water on front and back          AQ3/Completed AQ3
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Is 5 to 12 years and jumps into water over their head, falls sideways wearing a PFD, sup-       Completed AQ4                 Swimmer 3
ports self at surface with no aid, does whip kick and swims on front/back 10-15 meters          Continuing AQ5

Is 5 to 12 years and can do a cannonball, dive and roll into deep water, tread water and Completed AQ5/Completed              Swimmer 4
swim underwater, swim on front/back and complete an endurance swim of 25 to 50 meters      AQ6/Continuing AQ7

Is 5 to 12 years and can do dive/stride entries, eggbeater kick, foot first surface dives,       Completed AQ7/               Swimmer 5
front/back/breast stroke with breathing and an endurance swim of 50 to 100 meters.               Continuing AQ8
Is 5 to 12 years and can do shallow dives, eggbeater kick, foot-first sculling, surface          Completed AQ8/               Swimmer 6
dives with underwater swim, front/back/breast stroke for a minimum of 50 meters,                 Continuing AQ9
sprint 50 meters and an endurance swim of 100 to 200 meters
Is 8 to 12 years and can do compact jumps, eggbeater kick for 1 minute, head up front             Completed AQ9              Rookie Patrol
crawl or breaststroke for 25 meters, 100 meters of front/back/breast stroke and an en-
durance swim of 200 to 300 meters
Is 8 to 12 years, preferred completion of Rookie Patrol                                          Completed AQ10              Ranger Patrol
Is 8 to 12 years, preferred completion of Ranger Patrol                                          Completed AQ11                Star Patrol
Is 10 to 12 years, preferred completion of Star Patrol                                           Completed AQ12               Bronze Star          149
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                                                                                         Community Aquatics - Swimming Lessons
                                                                          Swimming lessons begin the week of April 4th at Churchill Pool and April 11th at Volunteer Pool. There will
                                                                          be no classes on Friday, April 22nd for Good Friday or Monday, May 23rd for Victoria Day.
                                                                          For specific program information please call Churchill Pool 577-2538 or Volunteer Pool 345-5143.
                                                                          All programs are subject to change and/or cancellation. Lesson cancellation will take place the week prior to
                                                                          the start of lessons. You will be contacted by telephone of any changes.
                                                                          GROUP LESSONS – Ten lessons. Parent and Tot, Preschool and Swimmer 1 classes are 30 minutes in
                                                                          duration. All other classes are 45 minutes unless otherwise stated.
                                                                          PRIVATE LESSONS/SEMI-PRIVATE LESSONS – Five 30 minute lessons
                                                                          Private and Semi-Private Lessons:
                                                                          Indicate a phone number that you can be reached on the Thursday or Friday prior to the start of the session.
                                                                          PRIVATE LESSONS CANNOT BE RESCHEDULED.
                                                                          Rates: Group Lessons (Ten 30 or 45 minute lessons) - $62.00
                                                                                     Private Lessons (Five 30 minute lessons) - $80.00
                                                                                     Semi-Private Lessons (Five 30 minute lessons) – $62.00 per child
                                                                                             Sir Winston Churchill Community Pool 577-2538
                                                                          Monday
                                                                          Mondapt 8       April 4   4:30 p.m.                  5:15 p.m.                     5:45 p.m.                 Saturday
                                                                                                                                                                                       Saturday           Apr. 9
                                                                                                                                                                                                         April 9
                                                                          4:00 p.m.                 Swimmer 3       230865     Swimmer 1           230838    Swimmer 1       230842    9:00 a.m.
                                                                          Preschool A 231489        Swimmer 4       231539     Swimmer 3           230869    Swimmer 2       230855    Preschool A       230785
                                                                          Preschool B 230787        4:45 p.m.                  5:30 p.m.                     6:00 p.m.                 Preschool B       230798
                                                                          Swimmer 5      230890     Preschool C     230802     Preschool C         230805    Preschool A     230783    Preschool C       230808
                                                                                                    Swimmer 1       230835     Preschool D         230814    Preschool B     230796    Swimmer 1         230839
                                                                          Swimmer 6      230901
                                                                                                    Swimmer 2       230848                                                             Swimmer 2         230859
                                                                          4:30 p.m.                                            Preschool E         230823    Preschool C     230806
                                                                                                    5:15 p.m.                                                                          9:30 a.m.
                                                                          Swimmer 3      230862                                6:00 p.m.                     6:15 p.m.
                                                                                                    Preschool A     230776                                                             Swimmer 3         230875
                                                                          Swimmer 4      230877                                Preschool A         230780    Swimmer 3       230876
                                                                                                    Preschool B     230789                                                             Swimmer 4         230886
                                                                          4:45 p.m.                 Swimmer 3       231538     Preschool B         230791    6:30 p.m.
                                                                                                                               Swimmer 2           230852    Parent & Tot 2/3230772    Swimmer 5         230899
                                                                          Preschool C 230800        Swim Patrol 230913
                                                                                                                               Swimmer 5           230895    Swimmer 1       230843    Swimmer 6         230910
                                                                          Preschool D 230811        5:45 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                                                       9:45 a.m.
                                                                          Swimmer 2      230845     Swimmer 2       230849     Swimmer 6           230906    Swimmer 5       230897
                                                                                                                                                                                       Swimmer 1         230837
                                                                          5:15 p.m.                 Swimmer 4       230881     BronzeStar(90min)   231487    Swimmer 6       230908
                                                                                                                                                                                       10:15 a.m.
                                                                          Parent & Tot 1/2230767    6:00 p.m.                  6:30 p.m.                     7:00 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                                                       Parent & Tot 1/2230770
                                                                          Preschool A 230775        Preschool B     231490     Swimmer 1           230840    Swimmer 3       230873
                                                                                                    Swimmer 1       230836                                                             Preschool D       230817
                                                                          Preschool B 230788                                   Swimmer 3           230870    Swimmer 4       230888
                                                                                                    6:30 p.m.                                                                          Preschool E       230827
                                                                          Swim Patrol 230912                                   6:45 p.m.                     7:15 p.m.
                                                                                                    Parent & Tot 1/2230768                                                             Swimmer 2         230860
                                                                          5:30 p.m.                                            Swimmer 2           230853    Preschool D     230819
                                                                                                    Preschool A     230777                                                              Swim Patrol 230917
                                                                          Swimmer 1      230830                                Swimmer 4           230884    Preschool E     230825    10:45 a.m.
                                                                                                    Swimmer 5       230893
                                                                          5:45 p.m.                                            Swim Patrol         230914    Friday
                                                                                                                                                             Friday           Apr. 8
                                                                                                                                                                             April 8   Preschool C       230809
                                                                                                    Swimmer 6       230904
                                                                          Preschool D 230812                                   7:00 p.m.                     4:00 p.m.                 Swimmer 4         230885
                                                                                                    7:00 p.m.
                                                                          Preschool E 230821        Swimmer 2       230850     Preschool C         230804    Parent & Tot 1/2230769    11:00 a.m.
                                                                          Swimmer 2      230846                                Thursday
                                                                                                                               Thursday            April 7
                                                                                                                                                    Apr.     Swimmer 1       230844    Parent & Tot 2/3230773
                                                                                                    Swimmer 3       230867
                                                                          6:00 p.m.                 Swimmer 4       230882     4:00 p.m.                     Swimmer 2       230857    Swimmer 5         230900
                                                                          Swimmer 3      230864     7:15 p.m.                  Preschool A         230781    Swimmer 3       230874    Swimmer 6         230911
                                                                          Swimmer 4      230878     Preschool D     230820     Preschool B         230794    Swim Patrol     230916    Bronze Star(90min)230762
                                                                          6:15 p.m.                 Preschool E     230829     Preschool C         230810    4:45 p.m.                 11:15 a.m.
                                           Aquatics & Wellness Division




                                                                          Preschool C 230801        Wednesday
                                                                                                    Wednesday        April66
                                                                                                                     Apr.      Swimmer 2           230856    Preschool C     230807    Swimmer 3         230871
                                                                          Swimmer 1      230831     4:00 p.m.                  4:15 p.m.                     Preschool D     230816    11:30 a.m.
                                                                          6:45 p.m.                 Preschool A     230778     Swim Patrol         230915    Preschool E     230826    Preschool A       230786
                                                                          Swimmer 2      230847     Preschool B     230792     4:30 p.m.                     Swimmer 5       230898    Preschool B       230799
                                                                                                    Swimmer 2       230851                                                             11:45 a.m.
                                                                          Swimmer 5      231540                                Swimmer 5           230896    Swimmer 6       230909
                                                                                                    Swimmer 3       230868                                                             Swimmer 2         230861
                                                                          Swimmer 6      230902                                Swimmer 6           230907    5:15 p.m.
                                                                                                    Swimmer 4       230883                                                             Swim Patrol 230918
                                                                          7:00 p.m.                                            4:45 p.m.                     Swimmer 2       230858
                                                                                                    4:30 p.m.
                                                                          Swimmer 1      230833                                Preschool D         230815    Swimmer 4       230889    12:00 p.m.
                                                                                                    Preschool C     230803
                                                                          Tuesday
                                                                          Tuesday         April55
                                                                                          Apr.                                 Preschool E         230824    5:30 p.m.                 Preschool D       230818
                                                                                                    4:45 p.m.
                                                                          4:00 p.m.                                            5:00 p.m.                     Preschool A     230784    Preschool E       230828
                                                                                                    Parent & Tot 2/3230771
                                                                          Preschool D 230813                                   Swimmer 2           230854    Preschool B     230797    Swimmer 1         230832
                                                                                                    Preschool A     230779
                                                                          Preschool E 231537        Swimmer 5       230894     5:15 p.m.                     Swimmer 1       230841
                                                                          Swimmer 5      230892     Swimmer 6       230905     Preschool A         230782
                                                                          Swimmer 6      230903     5:00 p.m.                  Preschool B         230795
                                                                                                    Preschool B     230793     Swimmer 3           230872    Support Person - No fee if supporting a person with
                                                                                                                               Swimmer 4           230887       a PAL (Personal Attendant for Leisure) Card
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                    Community Aquatics Leadership Schedule
     For specific program information please call Churchill Pool 577-2538 or Volunteer Pool 345-5143.
                   Course/Program                         Day               Time               Barcode         Fee                 Additional Materials
Bronze Medallion & Emergency First Aid - Churchill Pool   Sunday             5:00-7:00         230757          $89.25               Lifesaving Manual
Bronze Medallion & Emergency First Aid - Volunteer Pool   Sunday             10:00-12:00       231757          $89.25               Lifesaving Manual
Bronze Cross – Churchill Pool                             Sunday             5:00-7:00         230756          $84.30Life-            saving Manual
Bronze Cross – Volunteer Pool                             Sunday             10:00-12:00       231756          $84.30               Lifesaving Manual
4 Strokes 4 Fun Level 1 – Churchill Pool                  Tues./Thurs.      6:30-7:30          230737          $73.00                      None
4 Strokes 4 Fun Level 1 – Volunteer Pool                  Monday/           6:30-7:30          231745          $73.00
                                                          Friday            4:00-5:00                                                     None
4 Strokes 4 Fun Level 2 – Churchill Pool                  Tues./Thurs.      6:30-7:30          230738           $73.00                    None
4 Strokes 4 Fun Level 2 – Volunteer Pool                  Wed./Friday       6:30-7:30          231746           $73.00                    None
                                                                            5:00-6:00

             Community Aquatics - Volunteer Pool 345-5143
Monday
Monday          April 11
                   Jan 10          5:00 p.m.                    4:30 p.m.                     Friday           April 9       10:45 a.m.
                                   Scheduled Private 231858     Swimmer 1            231794   4:00 p.m.                      Parent and Tot 1/2   231940
6:00 p.m.
                                   Scheduled Private 231871     Scheduled Private    231872   Preschool A to B 231771        Swimmer 1            231800
Preschool A to B 231766                                                                                                      11:00 a.m.
                                   5:15 p.m.                    Scheduled Private    231874   Swimmer 1          231798
Preschool C to D 231779                                                                                                      Scheduled Private    231900
                                   Parent and Tot 1/2 231937    Scheduled Private    231883   Scheduled Private 231887
Swimmer 1         231801           Preschool A to B 231768                                                                   Scheduled Private    231901
Swimmer 2         231803                                        4:45 p.m.                     Scheduled Private 231888       11:15 a.m.
                                   Swimmer 2          231810    Parent and Tot 1/2   231939
Swimmer 3         231815                                                                      Scheduled Private 231889       Preschool C to D     231785
                                   Swimmer 6          231838
                                                                Preschool C to D     231782   Scheduled Private 231902       Preschool E          231790
Swimmer 4         231824           Swim Patrol        231841
                                                                Swim Patrol          231842   Scheduled Private 231907       Swimmer 6            231840
Scheduled Private 231846           5:30 p.m.
                                                                5:00 p.m.                     4:30 p.m.                      11:30 a.m.
Scheduled Private 231847           Scheduled Private 231862
                                                                Swimmer 3            231823   Preschool C to D 231784        Swimmer 2            231814
Scheduled Private 231856           Scheduled Private 231873
                                                                Scheduled Private    231875   Swimmer 2          231811      Swimmer 3            231822
6:30 p.m.                          5:45 p.m.
                                                                Scheduled Private    231876   Bronze Star        231759      Swimmer 4            231830
                                   Swimmer 3          231817
Preschool A to B 231776                                                                                                      Scheduled Private    231882
                                   Swimmer 4          231827    5:15 p.m.                     Scheduled Private 231890
Preschool C to D 231778                                                                                                      11:45 a.m.
                                   6:00 p.m.                    Preschool E          231788   Scheduled Private 231894
Scheduled Private 231848                                                                                                     Preschool A to B     231777
                                   Parent and Tot 2/3 231762    Swimmer 2            231808   Scheduled Private 231908
Scheduled Private 231849                                                                                                     Scheduled Private    231916
                                   Swimmer 1          231802    Swimmer 6            231839   Scheduled Private 231914       12:00 p.m.
Scheduled Private 231859           Swimmer 3          231820    5:30 p.m.                     5:00 p.m.                      Scheduled Private    231904
6:45 p.m.                          Scheduled Private 231863     Preschool A to B     231770   Parent and Tot 2/3 231764      Scheduled Private    231917
Swimmer 2         231804           Scheduled Private 231864     Swimmer 4            231829   Scheduled Private 231891       12:15 p.m.
Swimmer 4         231825           6:30 p.m.                    Scheduled Private    231878   Scheduled Private 231903       Parent and Tot 2/3   227419
Swimmer 5         231833           Preschool C to D 231781      5:45 p.m.                                                    Swimmer 2            231813
                                                                                              Scheduled Private 231909
7:00 p.m.                          Preschool E        231787                                                                 Swimmer 5            231837
                                                                Preschool C to D     231783   Scheduled Private 231915
                                   Swimmer 1          231795                                                                 Swim Patrol          231843
Preschool E       231786                                        Scheduled Private    231886   5:15 p.m.
                                   Scheduled Private 231865                                                                  12:30 p.m.
Swimmer 1         231792                                        6:00 p.m.                     Swimmer 4          231831
                                   Scheduled Private 231877                                                                  Scheduled Private    231905
Scheduled Private 231850           6:45 p.m.                    Parent and Tot 2/3   231763   5:30 p.m.
                                                                                                                             Scheduled Private    231906
Scheduled Private 231851           Swimmer 2          231806    Preschool E          231789   Scheduled Private 231892       Scheduled Private    231918
Scheduled Private 231860           Swim Patrol        231844    Scheduled Private    231879   Scheduled Private 231893
Tuesday
Tuesday         April 12
                   Jan 11          7:00 p.m.                    6:15 p.m.                     Scheduled Private 231895
                                                                                                                              Lifesaving Society Ice
                                                                                                                                                                                             Aquatics & Wellness Division

4:00 p.m.                          Preschool A to B 231773      Preschool A to B     231774   Scheduled Private 231910
                                                                                                                                   Safety Tips
Preschool A to B 231767            Swimmer 1          231793    Swimmer 1            231796   Scheduled Private 231911       1. Stay on known paths and
Swimmer 1         231791           Scheduled Private 231867     Swimmer 3            231819   Saturday
                                                                                              Saturday         April16
                                                                                                                 Jan 16      avoid night travel on ice.
Swimmer 3         231816           Scheduled Private 231868     Swimmer 5            231835   10:00 a.m.                     2. Never travel alone on the
                                   Scheduled Private 231880                                                                  ice.
Scheduled Private 231852                                        6:30 p.m.                     Preschool A to B 231772        3. Let someone know where
                                   Wednesday April 13
                                   Wednesday           Jan 12   Scheduled Private    231881   Swimmer 1          231799
Scheduled Private 231853                                                                                                     you are going and when you’ll
                                   10:00 a.m.                   Scheduled Private    231919   Swimmer 2          231812      return.
Scheduled Private 231854           Parent and Tot     231760                                                                 4. When traveling across ice,
Scheduled Private 231861                                        6:45 p.m.                     Swimmer 3          231821      wear both a PFD and thermal
                                   4:00 p.m.
                                                                Swimmer 2            231809   Scheduled Private 231896       protection to increase your
4:30 p.m.                          Parent and Tot 1/2 231938                                                                 chances of survival.
                                                                Swim Patrol          231845   Scheduled Private 231897
Swimmer 2         231805           Preschool A to B 231769                                                                   5. Always bring a small first
                                                                7:00 p.m.                     Scheduled Private 231912       aid/survival kit.
Swimmer 4         231826           Swimmer 2          231807
                                   Swimmer 3          231818    Preschool A to B     231775   10:30 a.m.                     No Ice Is Without Risk. Meas-
Swimmer 5         231834                                                                                                     ure Clear Hard Ice in Several
                                   Swimmer 4          231828    Scheduled Private    231884   Swimmer 4          231832
Scheduled Private 231855                                                                                                     Places.
                                   Scheduled Private 231869     Scheduled Private    231885   Swimmer 5          231836
Scheduled Private 231857
                                   Scheduled Private 231870     Scheduled Private    231920   Scheduled Private 231898
Scheduled Private 231866
                                                                                              Scheduled Private 231899
4:45 p.m.                             Support Person - No fee if supporting a person
                                                                                              Scheduled Private 231913
Preschool C to E 231780              with a PAL (Personal Attendant for Leisure) Card                                                                         151
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                                                                                    Community Aquatics – Fitness Programs
                                                                           For specific program information please call Churchill Pool 577-2538 or Volunteer Pool 345-5143.
                                                                              Churchill Pool Fitness Schedule                    Volunteer Pool Fitness Schedule
                                                                         Aquabics                                                Aquabics
                                                                          Mon/Wed/Fri            10:45 – 11:30 am                 Mon/Tues/Thurs 10:15 – 11:15 am
                                                                          Monday & Wednesday 2:45 – 3:30 pm                       Tues & Thurs 8:30 pm – 9:15 pm
                                                                          Tuesday & Thursday 7:45 – 8:30 pm
                                                                          Monday & Wednesday 8:30 – 9:15 pm                      AquaJog
                                                                         Arthritis Management                                     Wed/Fri            6:15 am – 7:00 am
                                                                           Tuesday & Thursday 9:30 – 10:15 am
                                                                           Tuesday & Thursday 2:45 – 3:30 pm
                                                                         Water Walk
                                                                           Monday & Thursday 2:00 – 2:45 pm
                                                                                                 Have an Aquabics Swipe Card?
                                                                              Please call Churchill Pool at 577-2538 or Volunteer Pool at 345-5143
                                                                                   prior to the first class of a session in case of a cancellation
                                                                             NEW! Parent & Tot Fitness Class At                          Adult Instructional
                                                                                         Churchill Pool!                                     Membership
                                                                         Instructor: Sandi Martino
                                                                         This class is designed to be an exciting, so-                By registering one child in
                                                                         cial, and fun time for both parent and baby.              swimming lessons, you may pur-
                                                                         Introduce your little one to the water while                chase a ten week membership
                                                                         getting a mini workout for yourself at the                         for only $70.06.
                                                                         same time. For babies 3 – 24 months.                       This pass is valid for all swims
                                                                         Wednesday 10:00 – 10:30 am #230754                         including our length swimming
                                                                         Friday        1:00 – 1:30 pm #230755                             throughout the day!
                                                                         Saturday 12:30 – 1:00 pm #231587

                                                                         Register for single fitness classes for $61.00+tax for 12 weeks or check out
                                                                                                    one of our great deals!
                                                                         Community Aquatics Fitness Deals!!!
                                                                         • Sign up for two days of any AquaFit class and receive a reduced rate of $101.27!
                                                                         • Sign up for three days of any AquaFit class and receive a reduced rate of $149.25!
                                                                         • Enroll one of your children in swimming lessons and you may purchase an
                                          Aquatics & Wellness Division




                                                                           Instructional Family Pass for only $45.20!
                                                                         • Enroll one of your children in swimming lessons and you may purchase a ten week
                                                                           adult membership for only $70.06!
                                                                                                      CAN’T ATTEND EVERY CLASS?
                                                                         We also sell swipe cards that are valid for all of our fitness programs.
                                                                                           - $52.66 for a book of 10 - $77.29 for a book of 15
                                                                                     AQUA ADULTS!
                                                                           Community Aquatics offers lessons to                EXCITING JOB OPPORTUNITIES!
                                                                           adults who are looking to learn how to              Community Aquatics is always looking
                                                                           swim or simply improve their existing               for highly motivated people to instruct
                                                                                                                                  our dynamic AquaFit classes. Call
                                                                             skills. Call for more information.                 Churchill Pool 577-2538 or Volunteer
                                                                               Churchill Pool 577-2538 or                        Pool 345-5143 if you are interested.
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                   Community Aquatics Recreational Swims
              CHURCHILL POOL                                                               VOLUNTEER POOL
                 577-2538                                                                     345-5143
Lengths                                                                  Public Swims
Monday - Friday........................6:00 - 9:30 a.m.                  Friday...................................................7:00-8:30 p.m.
Monday - Friday........................12:00-1:00 p.m.                   Saturday...............................................2:00-3:30 p.m.
                                                                         Sunday .................................................1:30-3:30 p.m.
Public Swims                                                             Family and Adult Swims
Monday & Friday ......................9:30-10:45 a.m.                    Wednesday.......................................10:30-11:30 a.m.
Friday ..........................................7:00-8:30 p.m.          .............................................................1:00-2:30 p.m.
Saturday.......................................2:00-5:00 p.m.            Thursday..............................................6:00-7:30 p.m.
.....................................................6:00-8:00 p.m.      Friday...................................................6:00-7:00 p.m.
Sunday.........................................1:30-5:00 p.m.            Saturday...............................................3:30-5:00 p.m.
                                                                         .............................................................6:00-8:00 p.m.
Family Swims/Lengths                                                     Sunday .................................................3:30-5:00 p.m.
Monday & Wednesday . . . .7:30-8:30 p.m.                                 Lengths
Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6:00-7:00 p.m.                 Monday - Friday................................6:00-10:00 a.m.
                                                                         Monday - Friday........................11:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
Parent & Tot Swims                                                       Monday-Thursday...............................7:30-9:00 p.m.
Tuesday & Thursday .................11:30-1:00 p.m.                      Saturday.............................................8:00-10:00 a.m.
Nostalgia Swim ($1.60)
Sunday .....................................10:00-11:30 a.m.           Children under 2 years .....................................No charge
                                                                       Child (2-13) years....................................................$2.25
              BIRTHDAY                                                 Students (14 and over).............................................$3.45
                                                                       Adult ........................................................................$5.40
               PARTIES                                                 Older Adult (60+) ....................................................$4.25
                                                                       Family ......................................................................$9.25
                 Let us take the stress out of                                                Student Adult                          60+ Family
                Birthday Parties! We provide                           Annual                 $237.38 $393.07 $287.07 $631.56
            exclusive use of the pools and sauna                       Six Month              $142.43 $235.19 $173.35 $376.50
             for one hour and then pizza and re-                       Three Month $ 94.95 $157.88 $114.83 $255.06
              freshments in our birthday room.
             Book ahead to ensure a spot! Cost:                                  BOOK PASSES: A GREAT DEAL!!
                  $106.40 (up to 12 children)                          Both Churchill and Volunteer Pool offer 10-swim passes
            Come during our regular public swim and                    for seniors, adults, students and children. Buying one of
             get all of the above for a reduced rate.                  these great passes allows you to save approximately the
               Cost: $84.71 (up to 12 children)                         cost of two swims. They are perfect for someone plan-
                 Extra pizza can be ordered.
                                                                        ning on regularly attending adult lengths or one of our
               Call: Churchill Pool at 577-2538
                  Volunteer Pool at 345-5143                                public or family swims. Also a great gift idea!!
                                                                             5-swim passes are also available for families!
                                                                          Child (10 swims)...$19.00             Student (10 swims) .........$29.27
                                                                                                                                                                                             Aquatics & Wellness Division


                                                                          Adult (10 swims)...$45.63             Older Adult (10 swims) ..$36.05
       DAYTIME SCHOOL RENTALS                                             Family (5 swims)...$41.44
Location          Times        Cost       Contact
Volunteer Pool Weekdays $60.58 345-5143                                SYNCHRONIZED
                  1:30-2:30 per hour
Churchill Pool Weekdays $60.58 577-2538                                SWIMMING
                  Between per hour                                     The Thunder Bay Synchronettes train at Volun-
                  1:00-3:30                                            teer Pool and provide both competitive and
**Each time slot can accommodate up to 60                              recreational swim programs. For further infor-
students or 2 classes and includes 2 lifeguards**                      mation, please call 577-0299 or visit
Support Persons – No fee if accompanied by a person with a PAL (Per-   thunderbaysynchro.ca.
sonal Attendant for Leisure) Card.

                                           Special Needs Swim at Churchill Pool
This time slot is available for individuals with special needs and their support workers. It is designed to ensure that
people with exceptionalities can enjoy our facility without the commotion that is sometimes associated with public
and family swims. Support workers are admitted free of charge.            Tuesday & Thursday 10:30-11:30 am                                                   153
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                                              Groups section. Information requests should be directed to the appropriate group or organization.


                                              Academy Afrah....................................................................................178        Peng You International Tai Chi Academy ..........................................176
                                              Alpha Thunder Bay .............................................................................156          P.R.O. Kids ..................................................................................189, 190
                                              Aurora Lutheran Bible Camp .............................................................181                 Progressive Driving School Inc. .........................................................158
                                              Black Tigers TaekwonDo....................................................................174               Resting Frog Yoga Studio ...................................................................178
                                              Bodymind Centre ................................................................................178         Ross Pilates and Conditioning ............................................................176
                                              Camp Gitchigomee..............................................................................182           Salsa Babies .........................................................................................159
                                              City of Thunder Bay Meals on Wheels..............................................157                        Schoolhouse Playcare Centre..............................................................188
                                              Communities Together For Children..................................................186                      Science North.......................................................................................180
                                              Community Contacts...........................................................................192            Shanthi Om Yoga.................................................................................177
                                              Confederation College.........................................................................190           Skills Canada Ontario..........................................................................179
                                              Current River Community Centre Boys & Girls Soccer...................168                                    Slightly Off Broadway ........................................................................160
                                              Discover Yoga......................................................................................177      Soengkono World Class Martial Arts .................................................174
                                              Division 3 Little League......................................................................166           Spirit of Dance.....................................................................................160
                                              Dorion Bible Camp .............................................................................182          Spring Up to Clean Up........................................................................179
                                              Dorion Sports Week ............................................................................181          St. John Ambulance.............................................................................155
                                              Dreamfields Riding Centre .................................................................163              St. Joseph’s Care Group ......................................................................159
                                              Eazzy Dance ........................................................................................159     Superior Protection & Consultancy....................................................175
                                              Experience Dance................................................................................160         Superior Rock Camp ...........................................................................182
                                              Fair Start- Thunder Bay District Health Unit.....................................187                        Superior Science..................................................................................180
                                              Flair Athletics.......................................................................................162   Susan’s Kindermusik...........................................................................159
                                              Floyd’s Auto Glass Stained Glass Classes .........................................162                       The Canadian Red Cross Society .......................................................155
                                              Flouride Varnish Program............................................................186                     Thunder Bay & Area Victim Services................................................158
                                              Footsteps Family Centre Inc. ..............................................................188              Thunder Bay Art Gallery.....................................................................162
                                              Fort William Historical Park...............................................................185              Thunder Bay BMX..............................................................................163
                                              George Jeffrey/Sherbrooke Community Day Care............................187                                 Thunder Bay Chill Soccer Camps ......................................................173
                                              Hilldale Gardens Retirement Living...................................................161                    Thunder Bay Chill Soccer Club-Spring League................................171
                                              Inter-Lucania Soccer Club ..................................................................169             Thunder Bay Counselling Centre...............................................157, 158
                                              Kettle Bell Science ..............................................................................175       Thunder Bay Diving Club...................................................................164
                                              KUMON ..............................................................................................156     Thunder Bay Girls Softball Association.............................................168
                                              Lakehead Express Soccer Club ..........................................................172                  Thunder Bay Historical Museum .......................................................183
                                              Learn to Swim .....................................................................................165      Thunder Bay Lacrosse League ...........................................................163
                                              L’il Kicks Soccer .................................................................................170      Thunder Bay Literacy Group..............................................................157
                                              Little Lions Waldorf Daycare and Kindergarten................................186                            Thunder Bay Minor Football ..............................................................167
                                              Magnus Theatre ...................................................................................184       Thunder Bay Multicultural Association .............................................157
                                              Music Workshop..................................................................................159         Thunder Bay Public Library ...............................................................156
                                              Natural Health Rehab and Fitness Centre ..........................................177                       Thunder Bay Thunderbolts Swim Club .............................................165
                                              North End Soccer ................................................................................170        Thunder Bay Women’s Soccer Club ..................................................167
                                              Northwood Mini Soccer......................................................................169              Tobacco Free........................................................................................169
                                              Northwest Narwhal Swim Club..........................................................164                    Volunteer Pool Soccer .........................................................................170
                                              Northwestern Ontario Sports Hall of Fame and Museum.................183                                     West Thunder 45+ Club ......................................................................161
                                              Paramount Live Theatre Company.....................................................184                      West Thunder Community Centre Karate..........................................175
                                              Prenatal Classes ...................................................................................189     Women’s United Run, Stroll or Roll ..................................................183
                                                               Want to contact a group directly? Check the Community Contacts section
          154                                                              on the last page of The Key for easy reference!
                                                                                                                                        Community Groups
                                                                                                                                                           www.ThunderBay.ca/thekey
                           Thunder Bay & Northwestern Ontario
                           518 Fort William Road, Thunder Bay
                                     (807) 345-1712
     All first aid courses set the standard in quality training and are WSIB and OHS compliant.


Standard First Aid w/ Level A CPR/AED, 8:30 to 4:30pm
Mar. 1 & 2        Mar. 22 & 23       Apr. 12 & 13           May 5 & 6
Mar. 3 & 4        Mar. 23 & 24       Apr. 16 & 17           May 9 & 10
Mar. 7 & 8        Mar. 28 & 29       Apr. 18 & 19           May 12 & 13
Mar. 9 & 10       Apr. 6 & 7         Apr. 20 & 21           May 14 & 15
Mar. 19 & 20      Apr. 7 & 8         Apr. 26 & 27           May 16 & 17
Mar. 21 & 22      Apr. 11 & 12       Apr. 28 & 29           May 25 & 26
Standard First Aid w/ Level C CPR/AED, 8:30 to 5:30pm
Mar. 7 & 8        Mar. 24 & 25       Apr. 16 & 17           May 7 & 8
Mar. 12 & 13      Mar. 26 & 27       Apr. 19 & 20           May 18 & 19
Mar. 14 & 15      Apr. 4 & 5         Apr. 28 & 29           May 28 & 29                     Renewal Schedule
Mar. 16 & 17      Apr. 9 & 10        May 3 & 4              Jun. 4 & 5               Standard First Aid w/ Level A
Includes adult one & two rescuer, infant & child CPR, AR.
                                                                                     CPR & AED, 8:30 to 4:30pm
Emergency First Aid w/ Level A CPR/AED, 8:30 to 4:30pm                               Mar. 10         Apr. 5           May 12
Mar. 9          Mar. 30         Apr. 6          Apr. 21          May 11              Mar. 21         Apr. 11          May 24
                                                                                     Mar. 29         Apr. 18          Jun. 8
What Every Babysitter Should Know, 9:00 to 4:00pm
                                                                                     Standard First Aid w/ Level C
Mar. 14         Mar. 16         Mar. 18         Apr. 3           May 15
                                                                                     CPR & AED, 8:30 to 4:30pm
Wilderness First Aid                                                                 Apr. 30         May 24 & 25 (eve.)
May 16-20                                                                            Mar. 25         Jun. 17

                        Renewals, AED Sales and Training, First Aid Kits, Specialty Courses
                                  and Volunteer Opportunities also available!



                         Canadian Red Cross
                         Croix-Rouge canadienne
   YOUR FIRST AID TRAINING EXPERTS • All of our First Aid Courses include CPR/AED
                First Aid Courses meet WSIB & O H & S Requirements
FIRST AID & CPR TRAINING SCHEDULE                                BABYSITTING COURSES                                 9:00am-4:00pm
Standard First Aid & CPR/AED Level A, C & HCP                    Mar. 14; Mar. 18; Apr. 8; June 17; June 30
Mar. 1 & 2 . . . . . . . .Tues. & Wed. . . . .8:30am-4:30pm      Standard First Aid & CPR/AED Recertification
Mar. 5 & 6 . . . . . . . .Sat. & Sun. . . . . .9:00am-5:00pm     Mar. 7 & 8 . . . . . . . .Mon. & Tues. . . . . .6:00-10:00pm
Mar. 9 & 10 . . . . . . .Wed. & Thurs. . .8:30am-4:30pm          Mar. 30 & 31 . . . . . .Wed. & Thurs. . . . . .6:00-10:00pm
Mar. 15 & 16 . . . . . .Tues. & Wed. . . .8:30am-4:30pm
Mar. 19 & 20 . . . . . .Sat. & Sun. . . . . .9:00am-5:00pm       Apr. 11 & 12 . . . . . .Mon. & Tues. . . . . .6:00-10:00pm
Mar. 23 & 24 . . . . . .Wed. & Thurs. . .8:30am-4:30pm           Apr. 26 & 27 . . . . . .Tues. & Wed. . . . . .6:00-10:00pm
Mar. 28 & 29 . . . . . .Mon. & Tues. . . .8:30am-4:30pm          May 11 & 12 . . . . . .Wed. & Thurs. . . . . .6:00-10:00pm
Apr. 2 & 3 . . . . . . . . .Sat. & Sun. . . . . .9:00am-5:00pm   May 24 & 25 . . . . . .Tues. & Wed. . . . . .6:00-10:00pm
Apr. 5 & 6 . . . . . . . . .Tues. & Wed. . . .8:30am-4:30pm      June 1 & 2 . . . . . . . .Wed. & Thurs. . . . . .6:00-10:00pm
Apr. 13 & 14 . . . . . . .Wes. & Thurs. . .8:30am-4:30pm
Apr. 16 & 17 . . . . . . .Sat. & Sun. . . . . .9:00am-5:00pm     June 13 & 14 . . . . . .Mon. & Tues. . . . . .6:00-10:00pm
Apr. 19 & 20 . . . . . . .Tues. & Wed. . .8:30am-4:30pm          LEADERSHIP TRAINING SCHEDULE
Apr. 27 & 28 . . . . . . .Wed. & Thurs. . .8:30am-4:30pm         First Aid Instructor $499.00 (includes manual)
Apr. 30 & May 1 . . . .Sat. & Sun. . . . . .9:00am-5:00pm        (Prerequisite is Standard First Aid HCP Level)
May 4 & 5 . . . . . . . . .Wed. & Thurs. . .8:30am-4:30pm        March 12, 13, 26 & 27 Sat. & Sun.
May 9 & 10 . . . . . . . .Thurs. & Fri. . . .8:30am-4:30pm
May 14 & 15 . . . . . . .Sat. & Sun. . . . . .9:00am-5:00pm      June 4, 5, 18 & 19             Sat. & Sun.
May 19 & 20 . . . . . . .Thurs. & Fri. . . .8:30am-4:30pm        9:00am-5:00pm - both weekends
May 25 & 26 . . . . . . .Wed. & Thurs. . .8:30am-4:30pm          First Aid Instructor Recertification
May 28 & 29 . . . . . . .Sat. & Sun. . . . . .9:00am-5:00pm      May 7 . . . . . . . . . . . .Sat. . . . . . . . . . . .9:00am-5:00pm
May 30 & 31 . . . . . . .Mon. & Tues. . . .8:30am-4:30pm
June 6 & 7 . . . . . . . . .Mon. & Tues. . . .8:30am-4:30pm      SPORT FIRST AID
June 11 & 12 . . . . . . .Sat. & Sun. . . . . .9:00am-5:00pm     Call to organize a Sport First Aid Course!
June 15 & 16 . . . . . . .Wed. & Thurs. . .8:30am-4:30pm            PLEASE REGISTER IN ADVANCE FOR ALL CLASSES. WE ALSO CARRY A
June 21 & 22 . . . . . . .Tues. & Wed.. . .8:30am-4:30pm               WIDE SELECTION OF FIRST AID KITS IN OUR KIT SHOP

                      Courses have a limited enrollment, please contact Marge Enders at
                            Tel (807)623-3073 or Fax (807)622-1031                                                                      155
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                                                                   CENTRE D’ ALPHABÉTISATION
                                                                   ALPHA THUNDER BAY
                                                                        292, rue court Sud, bureau 400
                                                                        Thunder Bay (Ontario)
                                                                        P7B 6C6
                                                                                                         Imagine...
                                                                                                         reaching heights no one ever expected.
                                                                        Tél: (807) 684-1960
                                              “Essayer c’est Triompher”
                                                                        Téléc: (807) 345-0816
                                                                        alphatb@tbaytel.net

                                                   Améliorez vos compétences!
                                                 Nous sommes un centre francophone
                                                  de pré-emploi pour tous les adultes                                                       Call to
                                                                                                                                          schedule a
                                                              de la région.
                                                  Français – Calcul – Informatique                                                        FREE
                                                                                                                                          Placement
                                                Notre but est de donner aux participants                                                    Test!
                                               tous les moyens de participer pleinemnet
                                                au développement économique et social
                                                         de notre communauté.
                                                               Tél: 684-1960
                                                                ­ Apprendre                              Thunder Bay Kumon Centre
                                                                                                         Jo-Anne Macko, BA, HBSW, B.Ed.
                                                               ­ Réapprendre
                                                                                                         807-475-5274
                                                              ­ Se perfectionner
                                               Le Centre d’alphabétisation Alpha Thunder Bay
                                               est financé par le ministére de la Formation
                                               et des Colléges et Universités




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                                   Join a
                                  Dynamic
                                                                LEARN ENGLISH!
                                  Volunteer                   TBMA LINC S C H O O L
                                                              Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada

                                   Team!                      Improve English Language Skills

Deliver Meals on Wheels!                                            Make New Friends
       • Support your neighbours’                              Learn About Canadian Culture
        health and independence
    • Work with a volunteer partner;                             Full-time and part-time classes
      Driver receives gas allowance                                         Child Care
Transportation provided for server (runner)                        Transportation Assistance
    • 10:30 a.m. - 12 noon weekdays
  Volunteers are welcome once a week,                                  Call 345-0551
                                                                  for more information or to book an
   every 2 weeks, “on call”, or seasonal                                     assessment.
    Call 625-2785 (S) or 684--3671 (N)
                                                               Thunder Bay
                  Thunder Bay                                       Multicultural Association
          Meals on Wheels®
          A Non-Profit Home Support Program
                    Serving our Community since 1968                    17 N. Court St., Thunder Bay
                        Meals on Wheels Volunteers Deliver!                www.thunderbay.org
                             “More Than Just a Meal!”            Funded by Citizenship and Immigration Canada



    Free Help for Adults
    Improve your skills for training,
     employment or independence.
Free classes and one-to-one tutoring in:

•   math
•   reading
•   writing
•   computers
•   NEW G.E.D. Prep

  We also offer Night
    Classes from
 September to March
     If you know someone
  who needs help or wants to                  EMPLOYMENT
 volunteer, tell them about us.
                                              ONTARIO
      www.tblg.org


Thunder Bay Literacy Group
              475-7211
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                                                                                                                              Thunder Bay and
                                                                                                                             Area Victim Services
                                                                                                                               1200 Balmoral St.
                                              Thunder Bay Counselling Centre’s accredited family                            Thunder Bay, On P7B 5Z5
                                              mediators help families to resolve issues arising out of a
                                              separation, divorce or other family dispute.
                                                                                                                  Are you interested in volunteering with an or-
                                                                                                                  ganization that assists police & emergency
                                              These may include:
                                                                                 •     Spousal Support
                                                                                                                  services in providing emotional and practical
                                               •    Parenting Plans                                               assistance to victims of crime and tragic cir-
                                                                                 •     Division of Property
                                               •    Child Support                                                 cumstance?
                                                                                 •     Elder Issues
                                                                                                                  Thunder Bay and Area Victim Services is cur-
                                                                                 Thunder Bay Counselling Centre
                                                                                 544 Winnipeg Avenue
                                                                                                                  rently seeking volunteers for the spring train-
                                                                                 Thunder Bay, ON P7B 3S7          ing session.
                                                                                 Tel: (807) 684-1880
                                                                                 Fax: (807) 344-3782              No educational requirement, as volunteers
                                                                                                                  benefit from comprehensive training and a
                                                                                                                  flexible volunteer schedule.
                                                                                                                  Ability to maintain confidentiality is crucial and
                                                                                                                  an empathetic nature is desirable. Excellent
                                                                                                                  communication and listening skills required.
                                                                                                                              Students 18+ welcome.
                                                                                                                      For application and/or information
                                                                                                                                   contact:
                                                                                                                         Deborah Dika at 624-0069 or
                                                                                                                             Visit our website at
                                                                                                                        www.tbayvictimservices.com
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WEST THUNDER 45+ CLUB                                            Welcome Home to
                                                Hilldale Gardens Retirement Living
    Offering a wide range of activities!
        45+ MONTHLY DANCES
        Mar. 25/11, Apr. 29/11
             CRAFT GROUP
      Mondays, 1:00pm – 3:00pm
                EUCHRE
      Tuesdays, 1:00pm – 3:00pm
                DISKING
    Wednesdays, 9:30am – 11:30am                    Join us as we promote an
               CRIBBAGE                              independent and active
     Thursdays, 1:00pm – 3:00pm                        lifestyle for seniors.

For more information call
For more information call
475-9393
475-9393
                                                     Contact KC for more
or check out
or check out                                       information at 684.9878
West Thunder’s ad in the
West Thunder’s ad in the                              or 1.866.684.9878
                                                 kcraig@HilldaleGardens.ca
Community Centres
Community Centres                               309 Hilldale Road, Thunder Bay ON
                                                    www.HilldaleGardens.ca
section.
section.


                                Falls Prevention Program
                                     Specialized Seniors’ Programs

                                                    DO YOU HAVE...
                                       A history of falls              More than three
                                       Safety concerns                 medications
                                       Mobility issues                 Poor balance
                                       Difficulty standing             Functional decline
                                       up from a chair



   To register for this free program…
  Call 343 2426 to book an assessment
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                           Community Groups                SLIGHTLY OFF BROADWAY
                                                                     156 Victoria Ave (above Nu Wave)
                                                                  email: slightlyoffbroadway@tbaytel.net
                                                                   ***No refunds after start of classes***
                                                       TO REGISTER: In person Mon. Mar. 21 5:30-7:00 pm or call 622-4500
                                              DRAMA CLASSES:                                             ADULT DANCE & FITNESS: Register by Mar. 21

                                              1. Intro to Musical Theatre: Register by Mar. 21           1. Fascinating Rhythm: Tuesdays 8:00-9:00
                                              Act/Sing/Dance Ages 4-6 Fridays: 5:00-5:30                 (fan routines/wide variety/some experience req'd)
                                              6 weeks: April 1-May 13 COST: $ 40.68                      10 weeks: March 22 - May 24 COST: 79.10
                                              2. Musical Theatre Dramatix: Register by Apr. 9            2. Dancercize: Fridays 5:30-6:15
                                              a: Ages 6-10 Saturdays 10:00-10:45                         (low impact/FUN/all fitness levels/all sizes)
                                              9 weeks: April 16-June 18 COST: $66.11                     8 weeks: March 25 - May 20 COST: $49.72
                                              b: Ages 11-19 Saturdays 10:45-noon
                                                                                                         3. Beginner Couples' Dance: Thursdays 7:00-8:00
                                              9 weeks: April 16-June 18 COST: $96.62
                                                                                                         (waltz/cha-cha/foxtrot/swing)
                                              Performances at end of session - everyone gets a part!
                                                                                                         8 weeks: Mar. 24-May 12 COST: $81.36
                                              ***NO CLASSES SATURDAY MAY 7***
                                                                                                         4. Beginner Adult Hip Hop: Wednesdays 8:00-9:00
                                              3. Acting Only - acting intensive: Register by Mar 21
                                                                                                         9 weeks: Mar.23-May 18 COST: $71.19
                                              Ages 9-16 (monologues/characters/sketches)
                                              6 weeks: April 8-May 20 Fridays 7:15-8:15 COST: $67.80

                                              KIDS DANCE CLASSES: Register by Apr. 9                     WEDDING DANCE PREP (call for info/times)
                                              Dancemixer (variety class includes hip hop/pom &           Prepare a choreographed wedding dance to your
                                              cheer/lipsync)                                             special song or learn basic ballroom dances.
                                              Ages 6-10 Fridays 6:30-7:15                                ***available for couples or entire wedding parties
                                              10 weeks: Apr.8-June 17 COST: $84.75

                                                 ***watch SUMMER KEY for our June programs and August summer camps



                                                  Spirit of Dance                                         Experience
                                                        179 S, Algoma St., 2nd Floor
                                                         Thunder Bay ON P7B 3C1
                                                               (807) 623-4789
                                                      email: spiritofdancetbay@yahoo.ca
                                                                                                                    Dance
                                                                                                        115 Johnson Avenue 345-6626
                                                    BIRTHDAY PARTIES                                   Princess Knights and Dragons
                                                              • Pajama Party                           Daytime Dance Classes for ages 3 and 4!
                                                              • Princess Gala                          This is a 7 week program that features Ballet,
                                                              • Pep Rally Cheer                        Jazz and Highland dance instruction, all along
                                                              • Hawaiian Hoopla                        the theme of Princesses, Knights and Dragons.
                                                              • Disney Dreams                          During the hour long class, we break (about 12
                                                                                                       minutes) to make a small craft, along the theme.
                                                              • Justin Bieber
                                                                                                       Cost: $68.00 plus HST
                                                              • Hip-Hop Jam                            Age 3 - Thursdays: 10:45 - 11:45am
                                                                                                       Age 4 - Mondays: 1:00 - 2:00pm
                                                     2 Hours of Dance Fun!!!                           Classes begin the week of March 21st
                                                    Call for more information
                                                                                                       14th Annual Experience Dance Recital:
                                                                                                                  CINDERELLA
                                                    SUMMER CAMP 2011                                              May 31, 2011
                                                    June 6 - 16 (Monday-Thursday)                        at Community Auditorium, 7:00pm
          160                                          Call for more information                           email: karen@experiencedance.com
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  Learn to Play Music!!
              On Waterloo next to the DaVinci!
           www.musicworkshopdirect.com
   Individual Lessons with a growing team of qualified,
 inspiring teachers on Drum Set, Guitar, Bass, Voice, Violin,
      Piano and Intro To MusicMaking (5 yrs. and up)!
   Deluxe, Accessible Facility and Instruments provided!
                Inexpensive for kids and adults!
                Hands On Drumming Classes
 For Kids, Teens and Adults! Numerous evening classes for
   all levels including absolute beginners. Learn Conga,
 Djembe, Frame and Dunbek Drums. Stop wishing and start
         playing! Drums supplied! Flexible scheduling.
            Wed. RhythmPlay (kids classes)
     Awesome skill building & fun classes! 7-13 years
    Ridiculous deals on all TAYE Drums & hardware
 KORG Pianos and Synths, and all KUSTOM Amps & PA.
     Exciting new/used guitars include Michael Kelly!



                        WORKSHOP
                  Explore - Discover - Learn
                   430 Waterloo St. South
                      807-622-1841
                          Visit us!
                 musicworkshopdirect.com
                Waterloo next to the DaVinci!




               Let’ s DANCE
                          Polish Hall
                   818 Spring St./Pacific Ave.
Ballroom/Social Dancing...Enjoy and learn easy ball-
room/latin dance steps to a lifetime of fun. Come and have
an exciting night dancing Waltz, Foxtrot, Tango, Rumba,

                                                                                         Dance your way
and Viennese W. Monday, Apr. 4, ‘11, 6-7:30 p.m.
Latin Dancing...Stop! And take a break ‘cause this is sultry,
                                                                   www.salsababies.com




terrific hip motion and fun patterns. Enjoy the pulsating latin
rhythms of Samba, Cha-Cha, Bachata, & Mambo/Salsa. Mon-                                  back into shape with the
day, Apr. 4 ‘11, 7:30-9 p.m.                                                             best little partner of all!
Swing & Jive...It’s time to get out and enjoy the steps in
Jive/East Coast Swing, Lindy Hop & West Coast Swing. And,                                Fun salsa steps for mom
before you know it, you’ll be swinging & dancing to the 50’s                             and baby. Suitable for all
& 60’s favourites. Thurs. Apr. 7, ‘11, 6-7:30 p.m.                                       levels of fitness and
Social/Club Dancing...Don’t miss out - learn the Bolero, Ar-
gentine Tango, Quick/Two Step, Disco hustle, & Slow Fox-                                 dance experience.
trot. A must for a couple that truly loves fun dancing. Thurs.                           For information on class
Apr. 7 ‘11, 7:30-9 p.m.
Above Classes are for 8 wks; 12 hrs; $40 a person                                        times and locations:
Two weeks of Strictly Ballroom Latin Dancing... These classes
will have you dancing & swinging with confidence and style.                              807.766.9465
Cha Cha, Waltz, Two Step, Jive/West C Swing, Foxtrot, Rumba,                             diane@salsababies.com
Argentine Tango, Hustle, Mambo/Salsa.                                                    www.salsababies.com
All 4 Dance classes are for 2 weeks, $12/person/dance class. May
30 - June 9, ‘11; Mon. & Thurs. 6-7:30 p.m. & 7:30-9 p.m.


            Call Anytime Carmela/Armin 473-4875
                  email adelrosa@tbaytel.net
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                                                                        Dance • Cheer • Gymnastics
                                                                       Figure Skating • Yoga Apparel
                                                                        Breathable, moisture wicking fabrics
                                                                      with 4 way stretch and flat lock seams fo
                                                                           extra comfort and performance.

                                                                        Thunder Bay’s Exclusive Retailer for
                                                                           Fruv Freedomware, made in
                                                                                British Columbia.
                                                                         100% Canadian Made yoga wear.

                                                                        Home of the “Yummy Bummy Pant”
                                                                              by


                                                                      Located at the corner of Donald St. &
                                                                                    Vickers St.
                                                                              912 E. Donald Street
                                                                           E-mail:flairathletics@live.ca
                                                                             Team orders available.
                                                                                   285-3303




                                              April 2–May 14      April 3 & 10th




                                              April 5–May 10
                                                                  Thursdays: April 7-28




                                              April 6–May 11




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Thunder Bay BMX
The Olympic sport of BMX Racing is best described
as a sprint to the finish on a dirt track bet ween
300-400 meters in length consisting of a series
of bumps and jumps with banked corners. Riders
race each other by age and skill division over one
lap with a maximum of eight riders in each race.

• Membership is opened to both boys and girls
  of all ages and abilities
• We provide coaching, training, racing and
  travel opportunities to compete in both
  Canada and the US.
• BMX racing encourages family participation
  Do you want to race, meet new friends and have
              fun? If so, please join us.
    To register or receive more information call:
• Maurice Poulin, President: 933-4716
• Rick Foreman, Vice-President: 939-4151

Email or visit our website at:
• Website: www.thunderbaybmx.com
• Email: tbaybmx@live.ca
                           “ Ke e p i ng K ids o n
                           t h e R i g h t Tr a c k”




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                                              Swimming...
                                              with the
                                              Northwest Narwhal Swim Club
                                              Competitive Swimming Club
                                              Affiliated with the Ontario/Canadian Swimming Associations;
                                              however the swimmer determines the level of competitiveness.
                                                   • Instruction in competitive swimming for ages 6 and up from all levels of
                                                      swimming from the beginner to the highly competitive.
                                                   • Access to swim meets is made available from regional to international
                                                      competitions and participation is encouraged, but never mandatory.
                                                   • No Mandatory Fundraising commitments.
                                              Let our professionals teach your children to swim fast in a safe, fun and
                                              motivating team atmosphere.

                                              For Registration Information Contact:
                                              (We accept registration any time of the year so come out and join us today)
                                              HEAD COACH David Iwanyszyn 768-0519
                                              Email: davidi nwn@hotmail.com

                                               The Northwest Narwhal Swim Club, the club to swim with since 1999 NWN
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                             Learn to Swim
 Taught by well trained
 instructors, swimming
    becomes a great
experience of activities,
   fun with peers and
seamless progression.
Swim with the best!
Lessons from infant to adult...join Canadaʼs
largest and most respected swimming program!
 Now offering lessons at:
                            For registration at both locations
                                 call 628-7470
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                     District 3 Baseball
                                                                                            Community Groups
                                                                                                               www.ThunderBay.ca/thekey
                       2011 SEASON REGISTRATION
                      For boys and girls ages 6 yrs to 14 yrs
             All registrations will take place at the Chapples Clubhouse
                         located at 535 Chapples Park Drive
        Please bring participants birth certificate and Health Card number.
         SUMMER PROGRAM REGISTRATION AND EARLY FALL PROGRAM REGISTRATION
                     May 10th, 2011 from 6:00pm until 8:00pm
                   May 14th, 2011 from12:00 Noon until 2:00PM
                              Summer program - $100.00
                           Early Fall Registration - $175.00
     Register early for the fall program and receive a $25.00 discount on fees.
SUMMER PROGRAM REQUIRES PLAYERS TO HAVE PREVIOUSLY PLAYED FOOTBALL
              WITH TBMFA FOR AT LEAST ONE SEASON.
            All registration includes equipment rental except for cleats.
         For further information please call 627-1727 or visit our website
                               www.tbmfa.com




                                            ARE YOU INTERESTED
                                                IN PLAYING
                                             OUTDOOR SOCCER?
                                               The Thunder Bay Women’s Soccer Club is
                                                  looking for female soccer players of
                                                    all skill levels to join our league.

                                             We are currently accepting registrations for
                                            women 16+ for this upcoming outdoor season.
                                                       TBWSC Offers:
                                               Recreational and Competitive Divisions
                                              Extended season (mid-May to late-August)
                                                         Player Skills Clinics
                                                * New! Vintage League! *
                                              For More Information:
                                             Email: tbwsc@hotmail.com
                                             Phone: Gwen at 577-5947

                                                        *Registration Deadline:
                                                        Friday, April 29, 2011*
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                                              CURRENT RIVER
                                              SOCCER    Registration is
                                                      Saturdays:
                                                    March 5, 12, 19                                                     More info
                                                10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.                                                    call:
                                                & Wednesday, Mar. 16                                                     Current
                                                   6:00 to 8:00 p.m.                                                      River
                                               Current River Rec Centre                                                 Rec Cen-
                                              For children currently attending school                                       tre
                                                        JK to Grade 8 ONLY!                                             683-8451
                                               Fun, low competitive soccer focusing
                                               on skill building, equal opportunity &
                                                        good sportsmanship.

                                                       Only $35 for the season,
                                                            plus a current
                                                       CRRA membership For $5



                                                      THUNDER BAY
                                               GIRLS SOFTBALL ASSOCIATION
                                                                         Fun for girls ages 8 to 19
                                                                  NEW! 20 AND UP SENIOR DIVISION!
                                                                             • Meet new friends
                                                                        • Jersey and pants provided
                                                                      • Come out and learn the great
                                                                 game of softball! Experience not needed.
                                                         Volunteers needed for coaching ~ Executive and Umpires



                                                                                                  Registration Dates
                                                                                             Current River Rec Centre and
                                              For more information                              Vale Community Center
                                              call Marg at 683-8601                     Sat. Apr. 2     10:00am - 1:00pm
                                              or                                        Wed. Apr. 6     6:00pm - 8:00pm
                                              Current River                             Sat. Apr. 9     6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
                                              Rec Centre                                Wed. Apr. 13 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
                                                                                        Sat. Apr. 16    10:00 am - 1:00pm
                                              683-8451

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      Inter-Lucania
       Soccer Club
                Carrick Park                                 MINI SOCCER
      Mailing Address: 528 Hartland St.P7B 2E1                2011 REGISTRATION
                                                             NORTHWOOD KINSMEN CENTER
                                                                 609 N. JAMES STREET
                         Ages: 3-15 years
                      Registration Dates:                      Tues. March 1st 6:30 – 8:00
                                                               Sat. March 5th 10:00 – 2:00
               March 12 & 13, 1 - 2:30 p.m.                    Sat. March 26th 10:00 – 2:00
                March 16, 6:00 - 8:30 p.m.                     Tues. March 29th 6:30 – 8:00
               April 2 & 3, 1:00 - 2:30 p.m.           Cost is $35.00. Playerʼs Health Card Number and Parent
Walk-in Registration 80 Marlborough Rd.                    or Guardian signature is required at registration.

Visit our website: www.interlucania.com                    Games are One Hour long and are played Tuesday and
                                                                Thursday nights at the James Street field.
email address: interlucania@gmail.com
                         or ilsc@shaw.ca                                     AGE GROUPS
                                                                  Smurfs- born 05 & 06 play @ 6:30pm
                                                                  Tykes- born 03 & 04 play @ 6:30pm
                                                                  Atoms- born 01 & 02 play @ 7:30pm
                                         For Further           Mosquitoes- born 98, 99 & 00 play @ 7:30pm
                                   Information Call:   Play starts Thursday May 5th and runs till Thursday June
                                                            16th. Wind up Tournament Saturday June 18th.
          Frank 344-2754; Vince 474-9568;
                                                          Parents and High School volunteers are needed to
            Peter 474-9727; Peter 627-6021;                                 coach teams!
              Lui 473-6111; Steve 472-3874;            Teams coached by a first time High School coach require
                                                                a parent from the team to supervise.
                            Mike 345-9822
                                                               For more info visit www.nwminisoccer.com
                                                                   Mike or Heather 577-9899
              Cost: $40.00, $45.00 late fee                        Email: nwminisoccer@tbaytel.net




 We’re all in it
 TOGETHER
Make sports tobacco-free!
Join the tobacco-free movement by making a simple
commitment: players, parents, coaches, spectators and
leaders will not smoke, snuff, dip or chew tobacco while
engaged in team activities. Talk to your child’s coach
about taking the pledge to keep kids tobacco-free.


               Way To Be, TOBACCO-FREE!

  Thunder Bay Diving Club
  Thunder Bay Synchronized Swim Club
  Thunder Bay Thunderbolts Swim Club
  Thunder Bay Women’s Hockey – Queens rep division
  Thunder Blades Speed Skating Club
  Fort William Figure Skating Club
  International Dance Academy
  Italia Junventus Soccer Club of Thunder Bay
  Premier Soccer League of Thunder Bay



          Get inspired and learn more at TBDHU.COM or talk to Amber at 625-5982.
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                                              NORTH END
                                              SOCCER
                                              We offer recreational soccer for children
                                                               ages 3-14.
                                              Divisions are in 2 year units so children are
                                              playing with others close to their own age.
                                                 For information call Barb Kukko at
                                                    345-1951 or 344-4830 or e-mail
                                                    northend.soccer@gmail.com.
                                              Register at North End Recreation Centre
                                                          954 Huron Avenue
                                                      Wednesdays March 23, 30
                                                            5:30 – 6:30 pm
                                                  Saturdays March 12, 26, & April 2, 9
                                                           10 am – 12 noon
                                                   Cost: $40 - includes a team photo
                                              All Games Played Mondays & Wednesdays
                                               at North End Soccer Field During May &
                                                                  June.
                                                   Funfest with games, prizes, food!
                                                   Soccer thatʼs fun and affordable!
                                               Play on your friendʼs team; just list them
                                                          on your registration!


                                                                        VOLUNTEER POOL SOCCER CLUB




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            YOUTH RECREATIONAL
              SOCCER
              LEAGUE




          REGISTER ONLINE AT
        www.thunderbaychill.com
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                                                Skills for Life
                                              On & Off the Field
                                                  SPRING SOCCER PROGRAM!
                                              PLAY TWICE A WEEK! Season begins May 16th and runs until June 23rd.
                                                               River Terrace                                 Lakehead University
                                                          Mini Kickers: ages 3 - 7                               Youth: ages 8 - 14
                                                          Tuesdays & Thursdays*                                Mondays & Wednesdays
                                                             6:00 - 8:00 p.m.                                     6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
                                                          * a third night may be required                          small sided game format
                                                             (Instruction will be given)

                                                                                                              Children will receive full
                                                                                                            Lakehead Express uniforms
                                                                                                              thanks to our sponsors!
                                                                                                         (shirt, shorts & socks) TO KEEP!

                                               Our program includes a year-end, fun filled soccer festival
                                              on June 12th at Lakehead University. Rain date is June 13th.
                                                                                                                     $  7500
                                                 Registration
                                                   Dates                                     NEW THIS SUMMER!
                                                                                               Lakehead Express S.C. is proud to be
                                                 Uniform sizes will
                                              be taken @ registration.
                                                                                                         partners with
                                                                                             Challenger Sports British Soccer Camps.
                                                 March 5 - 10 a.m. - Noon                       1 week camp July 4th - July 8th at
                                                 March 9 - 6 p.m. - 8 p.m.                            Chapples Sports Park
                                                March 23 - 6 p.m. - 8 p.m.                       Morning sessions for 4-6 year olds
                                                March 27 - 1 p.m. - 4 p.m.                      Full day sessions for 7-16 year olds
                                                 April 9 - 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.                               LARGEST SOCCER CAMP PROVIDER
                                                April 16 - 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.                             IN THE USA, CANADA AND AUSTRALIA!
                                                                                                             Information and registration are
                                                                                                                 available on our website,
                                              Register at our table or office in                               register early for soccer gear.
                                                    The Sports Dome
                                                Cash & cheque are accepted.
                                                                                           All campers will receive a FREE T-SHIRT and SOCCER BALL
                                              Refund policy is available on our website.    Register early for a FREE British Soccer Camp Jersey!
                                                LEX IS PROUD TO BE WORKING
                                              PARTNERS WITH THE SPORTS DOME!
                                                                                               www.lexsoccer.com
                                              Check the website for upcoming dates & times for our rep. program try-outs or call 807-627-0102
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      SUMMER SOCCER
                SKILLS
                CAMP



FOR MORE                       YOU MAY
DETAILED                   ALSO REGISTER
INFORMATION                    ONLINE AT
CALL US TODAY     www.thunderbaychill.com
AT 623-5911
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                                               March Break - TaeKwonDo Camp
                                                  Monday to Friday March 14-18, 2011
                                                                9:00am - 4:00pm
                                                      Supervision: 8:30am - 5:00pm
                                              Fun & activity-filled days in a caring environment
                                                    Daily TaeKwonDo lessons included
                                                       Call 622-6833 to sign up
                                                           Something for everyone:
                                              • After School Activity Program (age 4 and up)
                                              • Children’s TaeKwonDo Classes (age 4 to 12)
                                              • Lunch classes for busy adults
                                                                     We offer:
                                              √ Convenience (Monday-Saturday classes)
                                              √ Healthy Family development (be active together)
                                              √ Stress Reduction & Positivity
                                              √ Focus & Preparedness
                                                (training mind and body)
                                              √ Early start - children ages 4 and up




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KETTLEBELL SCIENCE
Kinesiology & Kettlebell Solutions
    for Fitness & Performance
        Certified Kinesiologist (OKA)
     Certified Personal Trainer (CSEP)
   Certified Kettlebell Instructor (Agatsu)
           AVAILABLE FOR:
          Personal Training
    Corporate Fitness Appraisals
 Small Group Fitness Sessions & Boot-
                camps
   Kettlebell & Functional Training




     For more information visit
     www.kettlebellscience.com
    Or Contact Corey @ 343-0309

                                                              West Thunder
                                                              Karate
                                                              915 S. Edward St.
                                                              AKIRA DOJO
                                              Lil Dragons Karate (ages 4-7) Samurai Program (ages 7-11)
                                              • A 45 minute program created for children. In a positive, fun-filled
                                              environment which incorporates a unique blend of benefits:
                                              • Self defense skills
                                              • Basics of Isshinryu Karate
                                              • Inner discipline of body, mind and emotions
                                              Classes: Mondays 4:15-5:00 or 5:00-5:45 or 5:45-6:30 p.m.
                                              CONTACT INFORMATION:
                                              Sensei Hayley Tennier 475-3163 or 629-1389
                                              6 Week Mini Session beginning Monday, April 18 – June 6,
                                              2011 (Excluding: April 25 & May 23/11
                                              KOKORO DOJO
                                              Isshin Ryu Karate (Ages 12 and up)
                                              • Fitness, confidence and personal safety through the study of
                                              Isshin Ryu Karate
                                              Classes: Mondays
                                                              Thursdays (Thursday Classes- drop in only)
                                              Time:           7:00-8:00 p.m. Beginners
                                                              8:00-9:00 p.m. Advanced
                                              CONTACT INFORMATION: Sensei Joe Rigato 767-0121
                                              9 Week Mini Session beginning Monday, April 18 – Thursday,
                                              June 30, 2011 (Excluding: April 25 & May 23/11)
                                                REGISTER: In person or by phone at 475-9396                           175
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                                                         12:00-                                                                    Your Pilates Specialists!
                                                                                                                                    Your Pilates Specialists!



                                                   Exciting new fitness and
                                              NEW! Fat Suspension Training,pilates classes:
                                                   TRX
                                                        Burning Pilates         Cardio Tramp
                                                   Suspension training, Kettlebell plus
                                              TRX Reformer classes, Kettlebellplus Core,
                                                    Body Chisel and Body
                                              TotalReformer, Total more! Chisel and more!
                                                  Satellite classes at J.J. and V.P. Community
                                              Therapeutic Pilates/Medical Exercise for back, hip,
                                                  Centres
                                              knee & shoulder pain
                                                  Therapeutic Pilates/Medical Exercise for
                                                  back, hip, knee & Trio Pilates and
                                              Private, Semiprivate and shoulder pain personal
                                              training.
                                                   Private, Semiprivate and Trio pilates and
                                                  personal training.
                                              Satellite classes at J.J. and V.P. Community Centres

                                                                  Spring 2011 Classes start the week of March 21st!
                                                                        Call 476-0352 to register! Space is limited!
                                                             Mention this ad and receive 10% off studio classes or Private/Semi-private packages!
                                                             Mention this ad and receive 10% off anyany studio classes or Private/Semi-private
                                                                                           (offer expires March 21/11)
                                                                                   packages! (offer expires March 21/11)
                                                                         Call 476-0352 for more info or to register!
                                                                                Visit us at www.rosspilates.ca

                                                                                      Peng You International Tai Chi Academy
                                                                                           270 Windsor Street (Junot Street Entrance)
                                                                                               Spring 2011 Tai Chi Programmes
                                                                                       Starts the week of March 21 and continues to May 28 (10 weeks)
                                                                                                             Prices include HST
                                                                                      Contact Peng at 628-4305 or taichi@tbaytel.net

                                                          COURSE                DAY TIME                  FEE                      COURSE               DAY TIME                 FEE
                                                *Tai Chi for Health             Mon     10 - 11am          $60          *Chen Essential 18 forms        T/T    6 - 7 pm          $115
                                                        (seated and standing)
                                                                                                                        *Tai Chi For All Levels         Tue    7 - 8 pm          $80
                                                *Tai Chi for Arthritis          Mon     12 - 1 pm          $60
                                                       (seated and standing)                                            *32 Forms Sword Beginners       Thu    7 - 8 pm          $80

                                                Chen Style Sword                Mon     1 - 2:30 pm       $100          *Tai Chi Beginners 8 forms      W/F    10 - 11 am        $90

                                                Chen Style Old Frame One        Mon     2:30 - 4 pm       $100          *Whole Body Taiji Qigong        W/F    3:30-4:30pm       $90

                                                *Taiji Qigong and 8 forms       M/W     6 -7 pm           $115          *Drop-In                        Fri    4:30 - 6 pm       $5

                                                *Tai Chi Beginners 24 forms     M/W     7 - 8 pm          $115          *Chen Tai Chi Health &          Sat    10 - 11 am        $60
                                                                                                                         Wellness for everyone
                                                *Tai Chi Sword 42 forms         M/W     8 - 9 pm          $115          Yang Long form practice         Sat    11 - 12 noon      $40
                                                48 Forms and Sword              T/T     9:30 -10:30am      $90          *Broadsword                     Sat    12 - 1 pm         $80
                                                *Chen Tai Chi for Seniors       T/T     2 - 3 pm           $90          *Push Hands Beginners           Sat    1 - 2 pm          $80

                                                           * Suitable for beginners to Tai Chi                                                Free tryout for your first class


                                                         Scientific studies show that Tai Chi can improve overall health, balance, concentration and
                                                          coordination. Classes are available for everyone from beginners to advanced students.


                                                                                   This ad is brought to you by the Peng You Taiji Quan
                                                                                Association. See other sections of the Key for more classes
                                                                                      or check our website at www.pengyou-taiji.ca

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Fitness and Relaxation all in one place!!
Our Certified Kinesiologist offers:
                                                                           DISCOVER YOGA
  $ Fitness Testing                                                   10 Week Spring Schedule Starts:
  $ Personalized Training Programs                                  Monday April 4 to June 13, 2011 (no class May 23)
  $ Individual Attention                                                     Cost is $90 per session
                                                                                 Drop-in rate is $10
  $ Active Rehabilitation for individuals
     who have been involved in motor                                            CLASS SCHEDULE
     vehicle accidents                                        Monday . . . . .5:15-6:30 . . . . . .Kundalini Yoga
Relax and receive health benefits in our                      Monday . . . . .6:45-8:15 . . . . . .Advanced Power Yoga
                                                              Tuesday . . . . .5:15-6:30 . . . . . .Kundalini Yoga
Far Infrared Sauna                                            Tuesday . . . . .6:45-8:00 . . . . . .Gong Yoga & Meditation-Gentle
  $ Improves skin and provides pain                           Wednesday . .5:15-6:30 . . . . . .Ultimate Yoga Stretch Workout
                                                              Thursday . . . .5:15-6:30 . . . . . .Kundalini Yoga
     relief                                                   Saturday . . . .9:00-10:15a.m. .Kundalini Yoga
  $ Reduces stress and fatigue                                        To register call Helen Arpin at 344-8820
  $ Strengthens the cardiovascular
     system and improves circulation                                     Visit www.discoveryoga.ca
  $ Great for Arthritis, Fibromyalgia,                            for class description, other yoga styles,
     Whiplash, Chronic Fatigue and                                  yoga retreats, monthly workshops,
     much more                                                            Healing Gong Meditation
                                                                                 and more!


                                                                        Check website for upcoming
                                                                      July & August Summer Schedule
817 Victoria Avenue East (807) 622-4362                                  1526 Victoria Ave. E. ~ Main Floor
     www.naturalhealthandchiropractic.com                             (In the Nu Wave School of Hair Design)



               Shanthi Om Yoga
        Join us for FUN- Fitness Unlimited classes
        All week for only $20, April 26th -May 2nd
FREE Intro Yoga Classes:
Sun. Apr. 17th, 10-11 am & 11:15-12:45pm

Beginner Yoga Schedule:
(Join anytime, new sessions begin Feb. 28th & Apr. 17th)
Introduction to Yoga - The ideal first class for a complete
beginner, gently guides you into the correct postures with
lots of time for teacher's assistance. Wed 7-8:30pm, Sun
11:15-12:45pm
Ashtanga Yoga – Tuesdays 6-7pm, Sat 4:35-5:45pm
Yoga (all levels) – Fridays 5:30-6:45pm
Gentle Yoga and Relaxation – Mondays 9:10-10:20pm
  Hatha Yoga (all levels), Sunrise Flow, Yoga for Lunch,
       Dance fitness, Bellyfit, Bellydance, Salsa,
                  Kettlebells, and more
               – visit www.shanthiom.com

            All Ages Welcome!
         Call to Pre-Register now!
              Phone 344-2621
             615 Memorial Ave, 2nd Floor

   Visit our Boutique for beautiful gifts, Indian clothing,
          scarves, jewelry, instruments, and more!                                                                                  177
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                                                                                               Belly Dance, Yoga, Salsa, Kettlebells
                                                                                                and HandDrumming for all ages!
                                                                                             Basic Belly Dance
                                                                                             • Mondays 8-9 PM • Wednesdays 5:45-6:45 PM
                                                                                             • Saturdays 11-12 Noon
                                                                                             Beg, Egyptian Club Dancing for Boys and Girls 8-18
                                                                                             • Thursdays 5-6 PM
                                                                                             Mens Folklore • Tuesdayst 5-6 PM
                                                                                             Tribal Dance • Tuesdays 8-9 PM
                                                                                             Salsa by Panamaʼs Master • Thursdays 6:20-7:20 PM
                                                                                             Middle-Eastern Drumming • Thursdays 7:30-9:30 PM
                                                                                             Level 2,3 Choreo & Folklore: • Mondays & Tuesdays 7-8 PM & Sat 9-10 AM
                                                                                             Level 2 improv: • Saturdays 10-11
                                                                                             KettleBells: • Thursdays 7-8 AM
                                                                                                      BellyFit, Lunch hour dance and yoga classes
                                                                                                       & fees see www.BellyDanceAndDrum.com
                                                                                                                  & www.ShantiOm.com
                                              Reasons to Choose Us:
                                              • Enthusiastic and Qualified Instructors                                       Join Us for FUN-
                                              • Convenient Location                                                         Fitness Unlimited!
                                                       • Open, Bright studio, floating floor                          Classes all week for only $20
                                                        • Greatest variety of fun fitness options
                                                            • Original Bellydance School of Thunder Bay                       Apri 26 - May 2
                                                               • Morning, afternoon, and evening classes
                                                               • Missed classes can be made up                           Auditions for Hot Hips troupe
                                                                • 2 FREE Bellydance practice classes weekly           from advanced dancers welcomed
                                                             • FREE Yoga Practices and Salsa Practices              TO REGISTER & HIRE DANCERS/ DRUMMERS
                                                           • Kirtan and The Move Dance Party                              PLEASE CALL SATU 344-2621
                                                          • Hot Hips Troupe                                             WWW.BELLYDANCEANDDRUM.COM
                                                          • Middle Eastern Drumming
                                                              • Full Body Workout including functional strength Academy Afrah, The School of Middle Eastern Dance
                                                               training, stretching, flexibility & dancing       and Drum of Thunder Bay & ShanthiOm Yoga
                                                                • Warm and Non-Competitive environment            615 Memorial Ave 2nd P7B 3Z3 (above Step Above)
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     let’s get
          together for…
                                                                                           !
                                        Are you an individual concerned about the debris and
                                        litter on the streets, trails or shorelines – or a group of
                                        kids that want to “slam junk” into a waste bin rather than
                                        watch it blow around? No matter how big or small your
                                        group, we want you to join Spring Up to Clean Up!
                                        Join the thousands of citizens that come together
                                        each year in May to help keep Thunder Bay clean
                                        and beautiful!

                                         Register your May clean-up to receive free garbage and
MORE LITTER BINS ON THE WAY!             recycling bags, disposal, public recognition and prizes to
The Nabob Green Bean Initiative has      raffle off after your clean-up.
donated funds for some new litter and
                                         Workplaces can also take part in the Spring Up 20-Minute
recycling bins around Thunder Bay.
Nominate a location for the bins at      Makeover on Friday, April 29th at 10 am. Find out more and
www.ecosuperior.org, or call Karen       register at www.ecosuperior.org, or by calling 624-2143.
at 624-2143.




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                                                  P.A.
                                                   .              s
                                                  P.A. Day Programs
                                                  Friday, April           Gadgets
                                                  Friday, April 8, 2011 - Gadgets Galore
                                                  Friday, June 17, 2011 - Th Hot
                                                  Friday,                   hink
                                                                           Think

                                                                  2011
                                                  March 14 to 18, 2011
                                                                      Camp (
                                                                        mp      y    p)
                                                  March Break Madness Camp (5-day camp)

                                                  Summer Science Camp 2011
                                                  Registration       April ,
                                                  Registration opens April 1, 2011




                                                                                                                          NEW+EASY online registration!


                                                                                                                          Girls Week! Super fun!

                                                                                                                          Great hands-on Science Camp,
                                                                                                                          Starting the week of July 4th!

                                                              A Chance to Use Lakehead University’ s State of the Art Facilities


                                                              Amazing Instructors!

                                              Registration can be done on our BRAND NEW
                                              WEBSITE! Check it out at www.superiorscience.ca
                                              For further information, contact us at 343-8403
                                              or email supersci@lakeheadu.ca
                                                                    Actua provides training, resources and support to a
                                                                    national network of local organizations
                                                                    offering science and technology education
                                                                    programs. Actua members reach over 225,000
                                                                    youth per year. Please visit Actua on the web at
                                                                    ww.actua.ca.

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          Aurora
          Lutheran
          B ib le C a m p
             Located just 30 minutes from
          Thunder Bay, Aurora Lutheran Bible Camp
   is a Christian Camp where the fun never ends!
              ALL ARE WELCOME!
                   CAMP SCHEDULE
               2011 CAMP SCHEDULE
              Age As of December 31, 2011)
          Age (as of December31, 2010
Teen Camp: 13-16 years
Teen Camp: 13-16 years               July July 4-9
                                          3-8
Junior Camp: 7-9 years
JuniorCamp: 7-9 years                     July
                                     July 10-1511-16
Little Lambs Camp: 4-6 years
LittleLambs Camp: 4-6 years               July
                                     July 15-1716-18
Intermediate Camp: 10-12 years
Intermediate Camp: 10-12 years            17-22
                                     July July 18-23
Sr. Intermediate Camp: 12-13 years July 24-2925-30
Sr. Intermediate Camp: 12-13 years        July
Jr. Intermediate Camp: 09-11 years   July 31-Aug 5
Jr. Intermediate Camp: 9-11 years         August 1-6


       FOR FURTHER INFORMATION:
          Camp telephone: (807) 767-2420
        FOR REGISTRATION FORMS:
           www.auroralutheran.ca




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                                               2011 Summer Camp
                                              Camp Gitchigomee offers a full camp program for
                                              all children and youth ages 7 - 24 at beautiful
                                              Sandstone Lake 90 km southwest of Thunder Bay.
                                              Each day campers enjoy swimming, canoeing, Bible
                                              stories, sports, crafts, games, singing and
                                              archery.
                                              Senior           July 3-9       Ages 13-15 *$200
                                              Junior           July 10-16     Ages 7-9   *$200
                                              Intermediate     July 17-23     Ages 10-12 *$200
                                              Youth Retreat    May 20-22      Ages 14-24 $ 55

                                                       * $185 if registered before June 1
                                                         Partial bursaries available.
                                                 Call our Voice Mail at 622-0020 or email
                                                        gitchigomee@hotmail.com
                                                   for application, or pick one up from
                                                  any Anglican Church in Thunder Bay.

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    Northwestern Ontario
Sports Hall of Fame & Museum




                            Exhibits

                        Sports Library
                         & Archives

                         Educational
                          Programs

Celebrating Sports History
                     OPEN YEAR ROUND
                     Tuesday to Saturday
                          12 - 5 pm
                       (Admission by Donation)

    Drop by During March Break!
 219 May Street South (beside City Hall)
 (807) 622-2852    nwosport@tbaytel.net
      www.nwosportshallofame.com




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                           Community Groups    creative arts
                                                        can produce                                                                                  Paramount Live!


                                               healthy                                                                                                          presents
                                                                                                                                                    Musical Performances
                                                                                                                                                       Peter Pan A & B
                                                                                                                                                       April 8, 9, 15 & 16



                                                    minds
                                               Participate in the Creative Arts to Exercise Your Mind at Paramount Live!
                                               Contact us to find a complete selection of our creative programs.
                                                                                                                                                    Little Shop of Horrors
                                                                                                                                                         April 22 & 23
                                                                                                                                                     at 7pm each evening
                                                                                                                                                    Directed by Mary Armstrong

                                               Adult Ballet & Contemporary Class             Camp Confidence!                                         Voice Lessons offered by
                                               Wed. 7:30-8:30pm                              Let your child’s inner artist shine!                   Mary Armstrong 251.9455
                                               $55 / participant                             This interdisciplinary arts                            Because everyone deserves
                                               starting March 2 (6 weeks)                    program uses the arts to                               a little time in the spotlight!
                                               Call Nicole Armstrong 708.3589                promote healthy self-esteem.
                                                                                             The week’s activities will
                                               Young Writers Part 1
                                                                                             culminate in a production at the
                                               Creative writing with local author
                                                                                             Paramount Theatre that will
                                               Maureen Prairie
                                               Ages 12 - 18                                  highlight each child’s strengths.
                                                                                                                                             Our mission is to foster an environment
                                               Thurs. 6:30 - 8pm                             Ages 6-10
                                                                                                                                             of growth, personal freedom, and
                                               starting March 3 (6 weeks)                    March Break Camp!                               understanding. Paramount Live! is a
                                               Before March 1 $120                           March 14 - 18 9am - 5pm                         community run non-profit group.
                                               After $150 / participant                      $225 / participant                              Contact us for information about our
                                               Call Shannon 251.3774                         Call Nicole Armstrong 708.3589                  renting or volunteer opportunities.

                                               20 South Court Street        |     807.285.3324          |    paramountlive@shaw.ca              |      www.paramounttheatre.ca




                                                                                                                   ACTING CLASSES!
                                                                                                                   2011 Spring Sessions
                                              March Break Camps (ages 6-9 & 10-12)                                      Play Building (ages 12-16)
                                              MONDAY - FRIDAY                                                            WEDNESDAYS
                                              March 14 to 18, 2011                                                       March 23 to May 25, 2011
                                              Ages 6-9: 9:00 am to 12:00 pm                                              6:00 pm to 7:15 pm
                                              Ages 10-12: 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm                                             Through drama games and exercises, students will
                                              $89.00 for the week                                                        learn what acting is all about. The class will have the
                                                                                                                         thrill of creating their own script through
                                              Creative Kids (ages 6-8 & 9-12)                                            improvisation and story-telling, and will perform their
                                                                                                                         play at the end of the session. Students should be
                                              SATURDAYS                                                                  prepared to commit additional time outside of class.
                                              March 26 to May 28, 2011
                                                                                                                         $139.00** (includes 10 classes)
                                              Ages 6-8: 10:00 am to 11:15 am
                                              Ages 9-12: 11:30 pm to 12:45 pm                                           Adult Theatre (ages 18+)
                                              Fun! Exciting! This is a great way for your
                                                                                                                         TUESDAYS
                                              child to develop self-expression, ignite their                             April 5, April 19 & May 3, 2011
                                              creativity and build self-confidence through                       8:00 pm to 9:30 pm
                                              improvisation, story-telling, creative                             A series of three acting workshops for Adults with
                                              movement, music, and imaginative theatre                           busy schedules but craving a bit of fun under the
                                              games. Each session has a different focus.                         limelight! Each session will emphasize a different
                                              $99.00 (includes 8 classes)                                        aspect of the magic of theatre as well as delving into
                                                                                                                 and interpreting scripted works. $79.00**
                                                     Contact: Amanda Cyr, Theatre in Education Animateur, Tel: (807) 345-8033 Ext. 231 / Fax: (807) 345-0291
                                                    10 S. Algoma St. Thunder Bay, ON P7B 3A7, Website: www.magnus.on.ca, email: education@magnus.on.ca
                                                                      *Please note - Class fees are non-refundable after registration **Plus Applicable Taxes
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                                                                                                                           Community Groups
                                                                                                                                              www.ThunderBay.ca/thekey
                                                                                       To register call
                                                                                       (807) 473-2344


                            Preserving the Past While Building the Future

         !
For Kids                         Summer Camps 2011
Voyageur Discovery Camp (7-10 yrs)                            Science and Tech (10-12 yrs)
July 4-8 or 11-15 or 25-29, Aug 8-12 or 15-19                 Aug. 8-12 (5 Day Camp)
(5 Day Camp)                                                  Trace the development of science and technology of
Top hats, toques and tikinagans! Young voyageurs              Canada’s First Nation peoples and early settlers over the
explore life in the fur trade through five days of hands-on   last two centuries through hands-on activities that spark
fun. Each day brings a new theme filled with sights to        scientific curiosity! Campers will explore ecosystems, go
see, people to meet, and new challenges to bring out the      on an archaeological dig, solve a mystery using forensic
adventurer in every child. Campers will paddle a voya-        science and many more one-of-a-kind experiences.
geur canoe, play traditional games, learn about Ojibwa
                                                                                                          Cost $145
                                                                       ns!
culture, explore the forest, make a traditional craft, do


                                                               For Tee
farm chores and more!
                                            Cost: $135
Eco-Camp for Kids (7-10 yrs)                                  Young Interpreter Program (13–15 yrs)
July 18-22 or Aug. 22-26 (5 Day Camp)                         Aug 8-12 and 15-19 (10 Day Camp)
Come explore and discover the natural surroundings
                                                              Young people become young interpreters in this team-
of Fort William! Campers will set out on an ecological
                                                              building and skill development camp. Behind the scenes,
journey to experience the natural environment and the
                                                              participants work with Fort staff to develop historical
role it played in 1815. Go on a nature adventure, learn
                                                              characters, practice their speaking and performance
about tracking and trapping, help tend the garden, and
                                                              skills, and learn about Fort William and the fur trade.
enjoy a wild tea party. So come be green at Fort William
                                                              Then they get into costume and interact with visitors
Historical Park!
                                                              from all around the globe. Along the way they develop
                                         Cost: $145           lifelong skills and lasting friendships. It’s a great way
                                                              for your teen to spend the summer!
                                                                                                          Cost: $220
                      Drama Camp (10 –12 yrs)
                      July 11-15 (5 Day Camp)
                      The whole world is a stage, includ-     Youth Rendezvous Camp (13 –15 yrs)
                      ing Fort William! Participants in       July 4-8 (5 Day Camp)
                      this camp enjoy the entire historic     Join the celebration and be immersed in the thrill of the
                      site and the surrounding area as        historic Rendezvous!
                      the backdrop for theatre games,         Participants will be fully outfitted in voyageur clothing,
                    role-playing, story telling and many      build their own authentic voyageur encampment and
                  other dramatic activities that they are     participate in an exciting array of heritage activities
                sure to enjoy. This camp culminates           including sewing a voyageur pouch, canoeing on the
                with a production created by the camp-        Kaministiqua, and cooking a traditional voyageur meal.
                ers.                                          Program includes an overnight stay in a voyageur tent.
                                        Cost: $135
                                                                                                         Cost: $205
               French Camp                                      Have you already completed a Young
               (Junior 7-9 yrs or Senior 10-12 yrs)
                                                                Interpreter Program? Consider returning to
               Aug. 2-5 (4-day camp)
               Parlez-vous français? This camp is ideal
                                                                practice your skills and make new friends.
              for children in French Immersion. Camp-           Or, talk to us about our volunteer program.
              ers will develop their speaking skills as
              they learn about French Canadian culture        General Information
              through traditional games, crafts and
                                                              Camps run weekdays 9:00 am to 4:30 pm
               activities.
                                                              Supervision is available 8:30 am to 5:00 pm
                                          Cost: $105          Drop-off and pick-up is at the Visitor Centre.

                                                                                    Full Details On-line
                                                                                          www.fwhp.ca


                        To Register Call 807-473-2344 www.fwhp.ca                                                          185
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                           Community Groups



                                                                                                          Call now for details on our four locations
                                                                                                                   515 N. SYNDICATE AVE.,
                                                                                                                       211 CLARKE ST.,
                                                                                                            539 GRENVILLE AVE. (ST. PAUL SCHOOL),
                                                 Safe for your child                                           AND WHITEFISH VALLEY SCHOOL
                                                 Strengthens tooth enamel                                      UNIQUE PROGRAMS FOR
                                                 Helps prevent cavities                                   Infants from 6 months, Toddlers, Pre-
                                                                                                           school, Kindergarten, Before/After
                                                 Call as soon as baby teeth appear                       School, PA Days, 1/2 day socialization
                                                 FREE!
                                                                                                                  ECE Trained Staff
                                               Call 625-5984 or 1-888-294-6630
                                               ext. 5984 for an appointment.
                                                                                                             Subsidized Spaces Available
                                                                                                                          344-2283
                                                                                                                  www.littlelionswaldorf.ca
                                                                                                                    Proud Sponsor of

                                               TBDHU.COM




                                                      BestStart
                                                                                   Communities Together for Children
                                                      ...providing families,
                                              caregivers and professionals
                                                                                   Connecting Families and Communities
                                                     with the supports and         to Early Learning and Care
                                                    resources necessary to         Parents and Children prenatal to 6 years learn and grow
                                                  deliver outstanding early        together at a Best Start site!
                                                        education and care

                                                                                     Family Learning          Parent Information/        Lending Library
                                                                                       Activities:                Workshops

                                                  425 Edward Street N                 Playgroups                Weekly Workshops         Parent & Children’s
                                                   (Northwood Park Plaza)             Drop In Programs          Positive Parenting       Books and Videos
                                                  For more information                Early Literacy            Program                  Early Learning Kits
                                                   Phone: 624-5690                      Programs                Triple P Parenting
                                                 Email: info@ctctbay.org

          186                                                           Visit us at www.ctctbay.org or www.ontarioearlyyears.ca today!
                                                                                       Community Groups
                                                                                                          www.ThunderBay.ca/thekey
Fair Start
Screens your child’s speech & language, motor skills,
social development and self-help skills

 for



Best Start Northwood Hub                   Best Start Red River Hub
(Sherbrooke School)                        (Algonquin School)
First Saturday of each month


                                           Fort William First Nation – Health Centre



                                           Thunder Bay Boys & Girls Club
Best Start McIntyre Hub
(Our Lady of Charity)
                                           Drop-In Sites (no appointment required)
                                           10:00 am to noon




                                               George Jeffrey /
                                                 Sherbrooke
                                             Community Day Care
                                               • Full and Part-Time Spaces
                                                 Available
                                               • Licensed Integrated Setting
                                               • Open Monday – Friday
                                                 7:00 am – 5:30 pm
                                               • Ages 18 months – 5 years
                                               NEW! – School Age Program
                                               for Children ages 6 – 12 years
                                               For more information,
                                               contact: (807) 625-6793



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                           Community Groups
                                                                                                                                  Providing affordable, accessible, quality
                                                                                                                        Early Childhood Education Programs for children
                                                                                                                                   between 6 months to 12 years of age.




                                                                                                              Accepting Registration for September 2011


                                                                                                              A Unique Experience for You & Your Children:

                                                 Full or Part-Time Programs Available for:

                                                      Infant Program (6 months - 18 months)
                                                                Grey St. location only
                                                        Toddlers (18 months – 30 months)
                                                           Preschool (2.5 – 3 years old)
                                                         Nursery School (2.5 - 5 years old)
                                                                St. Martin School only
                                                                                                                                                             at our
                                                           Kindergarten (4 – 6 years old)
                                                           School Age (6 – 12 years old)

                                                Three Convenient Locations: NORTH – 243 St. James St. in St. James School (lower level) 344-8719
                                                                                         SOUTH – 627 Grey St. (Off of East Walsh St.) 622-6910
                                                                                         St. Martin School, 115 Mary St. W., St. Martin School (2nd Floor) 475-4560
                                                Hours of Operation: Monday to Friday 7:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. (Year round care available if needed)
                                                For information, please contact Kelly Massaro-Joblin, RECE, C, Executive Director at any of the locations above.




                                                                                                     over 16 years of operation
                                                   Footsteps Family Centre                           license for children 18 months to 12 yrs.
                                                   is a non-profit school
                                                   based organization.                               full time, part time, Toddler, Preschool,
                                                                                                    JK/SK, Before and After School programs
                                                   We focus on providing
                                                   a safe, caring, positive                         (accommodate flexible schedules)
                                                   learning environment                              Qualified Early Childhood Educators
                                                   contributing to the                               Subsidized Spaces Available
                                                   footsteps all children                            Summer Programs
                                                   take to reach their
                                                   fullest potential.
                                                                                                     We are open year round to help with
                                                                                                     your child care needs

                                                                                                FOUR CONVENIENT LOCATIONS:
                                              Main Site: 370 County Blvd.                                      Five Mile School
                                              in Our Lady of Charity School                                    Before and After School Program
                                              Hours 7:30a.m. – 5:30 p.m.                                       Hours 7:30–8:30 a.m. and 2:30–6:00 p.m.
                                              Gorham and Ware School – Lappe                                   Holy Cross School – Before and After
                                              After School Program                                             School Program
                                              Hours 2:30 – 6:00 p.m                                            Hours 7:30–9:00 a.m. and 3:30–5:30 p.m.

                                              For more information regarding our programs please contact Colleen McBain,
          188                                       Executive Director at 767-1958 or email cmcbain@tbcdsb.on.ca
                                                                     Community Groups
                                                                                        www.ThunderBay.ca/thekey
      Prenatal Classes for a healthy beginning!
         Less than 25 weeks pregnant   More than 25 weeks pregnant
         Call the Health Unit          Call the Maternity Centre
         625-8313                      684-6228


                   YOUR
                 DONATION
               to P.R.O. Kids
                helps financially
                 disadvantaged            Want to advertise
                children & youth
                 in Thunder Bay                in the
                  participate in
                   community             Summer 2011 Key?
                    activities.


  Make a difference                              Call Kristi
   to a local child!                           at 625-3388
                                                   or email
Visit www.prokidsthunderbay.ca               klees@thunderbay.ca
On-line at www.canadahelps.org.
                OR
          Call 625-3212                    Deadline: April 1, 2011



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                                              Family Skate
www.ThunderBay.ca/thekey
                           Community Groups

                                              In Support of P.R.O. Kids

                                              Friday April 8, 2011
                                              7:00 to 9:00 p.m.                                COME JOIN THE FUN!
                                              Fort William Gardens                            Beginner’s Skating Area,
                                                                                             Prizes, Music, Face Painting,
                                              SAFETY FIRST!                                   Chuck-a-Duck, and more!
                                              HELMETS required for children 12 years
                                              and under and recommended for all
                                                                                              Concessions will be open.
                                              skaters. Outdoor footwear is not allowed   For more information call 625-2351.
                                              on ice surface
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www.ThunderBay.ca/thekey
                           Community Groups                                    COMMUNITY CONTACTS SECTION
                                               DEADLINE DATE
                                               FOR THE
                                               SUMMER ISSUE
                                               IS APRIL 1, 2011




                                              Culture                                                                                          Sports
                                              Academy Afrah ................................................................ 344-2621          Black Tigers TaeKwonDo ................................................         622-6833
                                              Chaban Ukrainian Dance Group...................................... 343-8558                      Current River Community Centre-Sports........................                   683-8451
                                              Laughter Yoga Thunder Bay ............................................ 933-4815                  District 3 Little League Baseball......................................         622-6645
                                              Magnus Theatre.....................................................345-8033 ext.231              Dorian Bible Camp ...........................................................   857-2331
                                              Slightly off Broadway....................................................... 622-4500            Inter-Lucania Soccer Club................................................       344-2754
                                              Spirit of Dance .................................................................. 623-4789      Northwest Narwhal Swim Club .......................................             768-0519
                                              Thunder Bay Historical Museum Society ....................... 623-0801                           Northwestern Ontario Sports Hall of Fame.....................                   622-2852
                                                                                                                                               Soengkono World Class Martial Arts...............................               623-0900
                                              Recreation                                                                                       Thunder Bay BMX ...........................................................     933-4716
                                              Camp Gitchigomee ...........................................................          622-9905   Thunder Bay Chill Soccer Club-Camps ..........................                  623-5911
                                              Discover Yoga ...................................................................     344-8820   Thunder Bay Diving Club ................................................        684-3341
                                              Dreamfield’s Riding Centre..............................................              577-8744   Thunder Bay Minor Football............................................          627-1727
                                              Eazzy Dancez....................................................................      473-4875   Thunder Bay Thunderbolts Swim Club...........................                   344-9802
                                              Kindermusik of Thunder Bay...........................................                 345-4552
                                              Natural Rehabilitation and Fitness ...................................                622-4362   Education
                                              Peng You Taiji Quan Assoc. .............................................              628-4305   Alpha Thunder Bay........................................................... 684-1960
                                              Ross Pilates and Conditioning..........................................               476-0352   KUMON............................................................................ 475-5274
                                              Salsa Babies.......................................................................   766-9465   Music Workshop ............................................................... 622-1841
                                              Shanthi Om Yoga ..............................................................        344-2621   Science North....................................(807)333-3701 ext. 501 or 502
                                              Zorya Ukrainian Dance Assoc. ........................................                 577-2100   Service Canada Centre for Youth..................................... 346-2141
                                                                                                                                               St. John Ambulance .......................................................... 345-1712
                                                                                                                                               Superior Protection & Consultancy ................................. 767-1081
                                                                                                                                               Superior Rock Camp......................................................... 472-5372
                                                                                                                                               The Canadian Red Cross Society..................................... 623-3073
                                                                                                                                               Thunder Bay Literacy Group ........................................... 475-7211
                                                                                                                                               Thunder Bay Multicultural Assoc.................................... 345-0551
                                                                                                                                               Thunder Bay Public Library..................................345-TBPL(8275)




                                              The Joint Advertising Committee invites community
                                              groups/organizations in this reference listing. If your
                                              group/organization is interested contact Kristi
                                              Lees at 625-3388 or via email at
                                              klees@thunderbay.ca




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