Member Benefits and Guidelines
Drop-In Classes
Swimming and Aquatics
Personal Training
Children & Youth Programs
Martial Arts
BASC and Childcare
Court Sports
First Aid

Drop-In Classes

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Get motivated and try something new! Our drop in fitness classes are free for all members, so come down and try one out!

Drop In Schedule

Plan your week of fitness fun! Check out the schedule for drop in classes or download our app to take our schedule with you wherever you go.


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YMCAFamily Fitness

Not all classes are available at all times, instead, they operate on a sessions rotation.  See our Schedule for up to date information.

  • Aquafit - An energetic, low impact class that uses the water's resistance to increase muscular strength while maximizing your cardiovascular system.
  • AquaCircut  - A circut workout in the pool using the resistance of water for a complete cardio and muscle workout.
  • Barre - Barre is a fun, energetic, high-intensity workout that fuses techniques from Dance, Pilates, boot camp, HIIT style workouts and Yoga that will tone, define and chisel the whole body. It is the perfect combination of strength and flexibility with an added cardiovascular element utilizing the barre, bands, balls and plyometrics.
  • Bellyfit for Women is devoted to moving women in a way that is strong, sexy and sacred. Intelligently designed by women, for wwomen, Bellfit classes offer a full body, full of spirit, extraordinary exercise experience inspired by dance, fitness and Yoga.
  • Chair Fitness is great for those who need to sit, exercise and get fit. Lively music, bands, weights and drumsticks too! Variety is key. Geared to beginners or limited mobility. Who says sitting can't be active?
  • motion is a physical activity program for older adults (50+) supported throught the Saskatchewan Health Authority. The mission of motion is to improve and/or maintain the health of older adults living in the community through phyical activity and education.
  • Y-Fit Strength  - This class will give fast results for strength, endurance and muscle toning by challenging both the muscular and cardiovascular systems with dynamic, total body movements.
  • Y-Fit Circuit - High-intensity cardio, strength, core and flexibility training all in one.
  • Y-Fit Bootcamp - Get a great full body work out over the noon hour, along with cardio components.
  • Y-Fit Kettlebells - Using ballistic and swinging motions, a kettlebell workout will improve cardiovascular, strength, and flexibility. Movements in-corporate multiple muscles simultaneously and are repeated ensuring a full body workout!       *Caution advised for those with back and shoulder problems
  • Y-Cycle & Y-Cycle Express - Cardiovascular interval exercise designed to provide you with the optimum in fat burning and strength building.  Express is a 30-minute class
  • Y-Functional Strength Class  - Take advantage of the Functional Fitness area on Thursday evenings to strengthen your core and muscle groups in a fun group workout!
  • SYNRGY360  - Unique class incorporating the SYNRGY360 functional fitness equipment hub, at a medium to high intensity. Participants rotate through the stations of the apparatus. You find this class challenging and anything but boring, as you focus on cardio, strength, endurance, and agility.
  • Y-BARRE - Uses ballet barre, weighted balls, resistance bands and other equipment to provide a full body stretch and strength workout. Focuses on form and precision while performing isometric movements and emphasizing basic alignment. Suitable for various ages and abilities. Absolutely no dance background is required!
  • Beginner Yoga  -  A gentle introduction to yoga, designed as a low-stress learning experience that will get you ready to continue your journey in yoga.
  • Yin Yoga -  This class targets the connective tissues, bones and joints of the body and is suitable for almost all levels of participants. A great start to your Tuesday morning!
  • RIP® by Group RX  - Rip is known as the fastest growing barbell program. It is choreographed strength training that gets you results!
  • Y- Yoga (Flow)  - Flow yoga is a style of yoga where the practitioner moves gracefully from one pose to the next. The flowing movements may be combined with some longer holds of certain postures.
  • Y-ABF  (Aqua Board Fitness) - ABF challenges your typical workout routine in a new and unique way to improve balance, posture, and overall strength. Y-ABF Yoga improves your balance and flexibility.   Y-ABF Conditioning pushes your body to its maximum fitness limit.
  • POUND® - Designed for all fitness levels, POUND® provides the perfect atmosphere for letting loose, getting energized, toning up and rockin' out!  The workout is easily modified!
  • Strong Nation® -  Formally Strong by Zumba, this is a revolutionary high-intensity workout led by music to motivate you to crush your ultimate fitness goals.
  • STRONG 30® - This is a revolutionary high-intensity workout led by music to motivate you to crush your ultimate fitness goals but in only 30 minutes!
  • PiYo Live® - Combines the muscle-sculpting, core strengthening benefits of Pilates®, with the strength and flexibility of Flow Yoga movements.  You'll perform a series of high-intensity, low impact moves for a long, lean and defined physique.
  • Zumba Toning® - Perfect for those who want to party, but put extra emphasis on toning and sculpting to define those muscles! The use of Zumba Toning Sticks or light weights enhances your sense of rhythm and coordination while toning arms, core and lower body.
  • Zumba Step® This class combines the awesome toning and strengthening power of Step aerobics, with the fun fitness-party that only Zumba® brings to the dance-floor.

Child Minding

We know it's difficult to find time for yourself when you have the responsibility of taking care of a little one. To help you stay active and healthy, the YMCA provides free Childminding for Members! Childminding is for children 6 months to 12 years old. If you have a child who is less than 6 months and you would like to use the service, please contact Zachary at 306-652-7515 ext. 259. This is a registered service. To reserve your spot, please sign up in the MindBodyApp. Spots are limited in order to promote physical distancing and there is a 1-hour time limit. Upon arrival, we will be doing a screening questionnaire of your child, and dependent on your answers we may refuse service. For more information or if you have any questions, please contact us!

Hours for the Winter 2021 session are Thursday/Friday 5:00 PM - 8:30 PM, Sunday 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM and stat holidays are closed.

Swimming and Aquatics

COVID-19 Regulations & Swimming

For the health and safety of our staff and members, our group swimming lessons session has significantly decreased. We are providing basic swimming lessons with limited participants to enforce appropriate physical distancing requirements. A parent or guardian ages 16 years or older must be in the water to provide physical assistance to the child as the instructor will not be able to physically handle any child at this time. We are encouraging members to sign up for private swimming lessons and our families to register in our Family Swim to Survive 3-week course.

  • All members must shower with soap and water before using the aquatics facility.
  • Masks are required for any member watching from the pool deck, excluding lifeguards and instructors. Masks are not to be worn in the water.
  • To allow as many people as possible to access the pool, members are asked to be prepared to get in and out of the water quickly and leave the site immediately after exiting the water.
  • Swimmers will be expected to stay within their bubble during a swim and keep a physical distance of at least 6 feet, or 2 metres, away from others not in your bubble. This includes but is not limited to in the water, on the deck, in the showers & washroom areas.
  • Toys will not be available with the exceptions of life jackets; lap swim equipment will be limited.
  • Members are encouraged to bring their own clean toys, lifejackets, kickboards, flippers, hand-paddles and pull-bouys. These items are not to be shared with members outside of your bubble. Please do NOT bring inflatables or snorkels to the pool, as these items will be denied.
  • Accessible equipment is available including the chair lift and the removable stairs. Staff will clean any accessible equipment after each use.
  • The yellow waterslide is unavailable until further notice. The blue tot slide is available and will be cleaned by staff after use.
  • Please keep a physical distance of 6 feet, or 2 metres, from lifeguard staff when possible. Our lifeguards are still rescue ready and willing to help you as always. The lifeguards are not responsible for enforcing physical distance when members are in the water.
  • 60-minute use per lane swimmer
  • Max capacity per lane is 2 swimmers for lap swim. Lap swimmers must swim back and forth in their designated lane, there will be no circle swimming at this time
  • Lap swimmers must write the time they arrived and anticipated departure on appropriate signage on pool deck
  • Members of the same household are encouraged to share a lane
  • Max capacity for Bubble swim (2 lanes) is 14 bathers

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Swimming for Kids

Our program is divided into a number of levels based on age and swimming ability. If you are a new member, please contact our Aquatics Director, Rebecca Newson for a free assessment prior to registering.
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Phone: 306-652-7515 ext 227

Swimming for Adults

The YMCA Active Adult Swim Program is designed for adult learners ages 14+. We are currently offering a Stroke Technique course and private lessons.

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Splashers/ Bubblers (3 months - 2 Years)

Not available at this time

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Bobbers/ Floaters (3-5 Years)

Thursday: 4:30-5:00, 5:50-6:20

Friday: 5:15-5:45, 6:15-6:45

Sunday: 2:15-2:45

Gliders/ Divers (3-5 Years)

Thursday: 5:15-5:45, 6:15-6:45

Friday: 4:30-5:00, 5:50-6:20

Sunday: 1:15-1:45

Surfers/ Dippers (3-5 Years)

Not available at this time

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Otter (6-12 Years)

Thursday: 4:40-5:10, 5:40-6:10

Friday: 5:05-5:35, 6:25-6:555

Sunday: 12:00-12:30

Seal (6-12 Years)

Thursday: 5:05-5:35, 6:25-6:55

Friday: 4:40-5:10, 5:40-6:10

Sunday: 12:15-12:45

Dolphin (6-12 Years)

Thursday: 5:05-5:35, 6:25-6:55

Friday: 4:40-5:10, 5:40-6:10

Sunday: 12:15-12:45

Swimmer (6-12 Years)

Thursday: 4:50-5:20, 6:50-7:20

Friday: 4:50-5:20, 6:50-7:20

Star 1 (6-12 Years)

Thursday: 5:25-5:55

Friday: 5:25-5:55

Star 2 & 3 (6-12 Years)

Thursday: 6:00-6:30

Friday: 6:00-6:30

Star 4 & 5 (6-12 Years)

Thursday: 6:35-7:05

Friday: 6:35-7:05

Star 6 & 7 (6-12 Years)

Thursday: 7:10-7:55

Friday: 7:10-7:55

Stroke Technique (14+)

Tuesday: 5:00-6:00

Lifesaving Society of Canada:
Bronze Medallion

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Lifesaving Society of Canada:
Bronze Cross

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Lifesaving Society of Canada:
National Lifeguard Program (Full Course)

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Lifesaving Society of Canada:
National Lifeguard Program (recertification)

March 6th 2:00-6:00

Private Swimming Lessons

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Registration is open for our swimming lessons. You can register in person or over the phone. If you are not a member at the YMCA please note that we do require payment upon registration for the lesson.

For full descriptions of all YMCA of Saskatoon classes

check out our program guide

Personal Training

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Have you reached a point where progress and advancement in your exercise routine has slowed down, or come to a stop? Or perhaps you're feeling less motivated to work out, or simply aren't sure what to do to spur new results...

Our experienced YMCA personal trainers can guide you, and provide you with sound knowledge, technique, and program feedback to help you achieve your training goals.

Personal training sessions can cover:
  • Weight loss
  • Rehabilitation from injury
  • Sport-specific and athletic training
  • Mass & strength building
  • Cardio/endurance training
  • General programming

All sessions are one hour. Please note that GST applies to all personal training rates. Want to learn more about personal training can do for you?

Our Trainers

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Peggy Anderson
Peggy has been involved in sports and activities from a young age; from dance to softball to synchronized swimming, as both an athlete and a coach. Shebegan volunteering as a fitness instructor at the Y in early 2015 and taught boot camp, strength and conditioning, synergy and cycle classes. Shewas certified as a Spin instructor in the early months of 2019. In 2018 Shewas certified as a personal trainer at the Y. Her main interest is functional fitness and my goal is to support and encourage people of all ages to live a healthy, active lifestyle.
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Rob Friedt
Rob specializes in functional training using kettlebells, TRX, ropes, etc. He’s here to encourage, motivate, and guide you through your personal health and fitness journey... whether that’s increasing strength and muscle, improving your sport, losing weight, or just feeling and moving better. With years of experience in both individual and group training, Rob is certified through the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) and CanFitPro, and is a YMCA certified Group Fitness Leader.
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Alexis Pimentel
Alexis is CanFitPro certified and has 9 years of experience as a personal trainer and 2 years of experience as a group fitness instructor. His main focus is on safety and proper form when training his clients. He has also created sports programs for athletes to fuel athletic performance and prevent injuries. In his spare time, he enjoys taking photos and going for hikes. “I’ve always believed that if you put in the work, the results will come” -M. Jordan
Program Design Package

This package is perfect if you are seeking a new routine, need assistance with exercise choices, technique and programming. The Program Design option is ideal for those who are looking for guidance but prefer to train independently. This can be done in person or via virtual training.

Personal Training

This option is excellent for all ages and fitness levels, and provides a fun and exciting atmosphere, designed to teach you proper technique, exercise programming, and supply extra coaching and motivation. Whether you choose one-on-one, or group training, we have flexible package options to suit your needs.

Special team and corporate rates are available.

Questions? Contact Asther Treleaven at 306-652-7515 ext 247 or by email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Children & Youth Programs

Not all classes are available at all times, instead, they operate on a sessions rotation.  Check out our Program Guide for current program offering

Programs noted with * have additional cost. 

  • Arts & Crafts Jr. -  Explore and discover your artistic self! This class offers a variety of crafts to enjoy. No previous experience is required, simply a desire to learn, socialize and have fun.
  • Arts & Crafts Sr.  -  Give free rein to your artistic creativity while enjoying a visit with other great kids! We will explore all sorts of crafts and encourage self-expression.
  • *Baby Sitter’s Club  - Babysitting course covers everything from managing difficult behaviours to essential content on leadership and professional conduct as a babysitter. Babysitting promises to deepen and enhance the responsibility that older youth feel when caring for younger children.
  • Child & Youth Yoga  - Yoga helps build core and muscle strength, flexibility, and discipline, and it is also a great resource for calming and distressing yourself. Introduce your children to the benefits of yoga in a fun and supportive environment.
  • Family Spy Training  - Train to become a super spy! You will be challenged and learn all the moves to save the world from evil! Your kids will learn some fundamental movement skills, as well as improve their physical literacy through mazes, obstacle courses, and games.
  • Generation POUND® -  Generation POUND® is a youth oriented program that fuses movement and music to improve physical fitness, athletic skill, self-awareness, confidence, and more!
  • Homework Club -  Does your child need some extra time to complete their homework? This program is for them! Our Homework Club Leaders are either teachers or are in school to become one, so they can assist your child with their math, science, spelling, and any other classes! This is a Drop in program, and space is limited.
  • Kickers Soccer 2-4 years -  Need an activity for your 2-4 year olds? We have just the thing! This soccer program introduces your child to the FUNdamentals of soccer as well as important concepts like cooperation, sharing, and team work!
  • Kickers Soccer 5-12 years -  Kids will learn their FUNdamantals of soccer, will develop and improve new and existing skills, while developing their teamwork and leadership skills.
  • *Leader Programs/LIT 8-10 years -  The Leaders in Training (LIT) Program is designed to teach introductory leadership skills by focusing on effective teamwork and group building. LIT program also focuses on healthy lifestyles, building positive relationships and encourages to be active leaders in our community.
  • *Leader Programs/JR Leaders 11-13 years-  The Junior Leaders Program is designed to provide participants opportunity to become more autonomous decision makers in our community. In addition to team building and group activities, our Junior Leaders focus on community engagements, such as supporting special events held at the YMCA of Saskatoon. Our Junior Leaders will have the opportunity to work closely with the Leader Corp participants, whom will act as mentors for the youths.
  • *Leader Programs/Leader Corp 14-17 years-  The Leaders Corp program enhances youth leadership skills through community involvement, active team engagement, mentorship opportunities and group activities. Our Leaders Corp participants will play an active role in community events, campaigns and fundraisers. Participants will gain hands on work experience by running children and family events at the YMCA. Our participants also have an opportunity to attend and participate at the Annual Leadership Conference.
  • Skills Lab -  Skill Lab uses a blended learning approach to teach movement and sport skills. Each week the kids will learn about a new sport and be able to develop their skills at their own pace each week!
  • STEM Class -  STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. A STEM project incorporates those four learning areas. The class follows an inquiry approach where there is a problem to solve, kids draw a design to solve it, create the design, and then test and edit the creation.
  • YMCA Community Action Network -  YCAN is one of Canada’s national youth service initiatives and aims to give individuals 15 to 30 years of age , at no cost to themselves, a chance to get involved in their local community through service project opportunities. To apply, go to or contact YCAN Program Coordinator, Bethany Dick at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
  • Zumba® Kids -  This Zumba inspired class combined with interactive games will teach your children rhythm and choreography while keeping them moving the entire class.

Martial Arts

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Judo Recreational

Currently unavailable due to health guidelines

Designed for ages 15 and older and is for all levels of Judo from beginner to advance. Focus is on technique and learning fundamentals, but provides a good opportunity for improving technique.

Additional Sask Judo fee applies to all Judo registrations.

Judo Hi-Performance

Currently unavailable due to health guidelines

This class is designed for those judo athletes who wish to compete in the sport. It is an intense class that focuses on conditioning, techniques and fighting practice.

Additional Sask Judo fee applies to all Judo registrations.

Kata Judo

Currently unavailable due to health guidelines

For students who are 12 years of age and older with a minimum belt ranking of orange belt. The class allows students to practice patterns and exercises used to simulate defending yourself using Judo techniques.

Additional Sask Judo fee applies to all Judo registrations.


Currently unavailable due to health guidelines

A high-intensity combat sport that combines various martial arts techniques in a controlled environment. The focus of this class is fitness and self-defence, not competition! For ages 16 and up.


Beginners - Wednesdays: 7:00-8:00pm, Sundays: 3:00-4:00

Advanced - Wednesdays: 8:30-9:45pm, Sundays: 4:30-6:00

Kendo is traditional Japanese sword-fighting. Kendo players wear light armor and use split bamboo swords to attack targets on the armor. Kendo is practiced full s speed and full contact, but is very safe due to the equipment and rules. Kendo matches are fast-paced battles of skill and mental strength. Students must be at least 12 years old, there is no upper age limit. Saskatoon Kendo Club is a member of the Canadian Kendo Federation, which is the sole governing body of Kendo in Canada under the International Kendo Federation. Kendo accepts new beginners in September and January. Returning members, or people with previous Kendo experience from other clubs, may join at any time throughout the year.) Additional Club Fees are required.

Wado Kai Karate

Beginners - Tuesday: 7:00-8:30pm

Advanced - Thursday: 7:00-8:30pm

Wado Kai is a traditional karate style incorporating punches, kicks, and blocks used to protect yourself from attackers. Our classes include activities such as perfecting basic techniques, working on Katas (combinations of techniques which are designed to be an imaginary fight), working with partners in either 2-step or freestyle Kumite (fighting) and many other drills and activities to hone the students’ skills. We run an exciting class which is structured for students 6 and up (parents are encouraged!) which is set up to receive new students who have no previous Martial Arts experience.

Court Sports

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Squash 306 Beginners

To be determined

For young players up to the age of 19, wanting to progress in the sport of squash. Additional Fees of $10 are required for annual Sask. Squash membership.

Squash 306 Junior

To be determined

For proficient young players up to the age of 19, participants must be committed to progress in the sport of squash. Group training is twice weekly with a combination of on court drills and off court strength and fitness training. Additional Fees of $10 are required for annual Sask Squash membership

Squash League

To be determined

BASC & Childcare

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Before and After School

The Before and After School Care Program (BASC) offers a safe, fun, and stimulating environment for young people ages 5 - 12. Providing care before and after school on site, the program supports the learning goals of the school community while enabling parents and caregivers to pursue their employment or study commitments with peace of mind.

Our friendly, professional, and experienced program leaders engage children in a variety of age-appropriate, fun, and stimulating activities designed specifically to enhance the cognitive, social, physical, and emotional development of children. Through the implementation of these activities, YMCA core values of caring, acceptance, honesty, respect, fairness, and responsibility are reinforced.

The YMCA offers simple plans that allow for flexibility, ease of use, and consistency for parents and caregivers, as well as a specific plan for kindergarten schedules.

School's Out Day Camps
Check out our Events page for details

2020-2021 BASC Registration Information

Registration is now paperless! Please click button below to Register!

BASC Registration

For Program Information and inquiries:

Ashlee Bloder - BASC Director
By phone: 306-652-7515 ext 242
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Bethany Dick - BASC Coordinator
By phone: 306-652-7515 ext. 212
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Galina Braun - BASC Administration and Billing
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Financial Assistance

The YMCA of Saskatoon believes in access and equal opportunities for all. That's why we offer financial assistance that help children and families access YMCA programs they are unable to afford on their own.
We firmly believe finances should not be a barrier to quality programs.

Application is easy, forms are available with registration forms and on display at the front desk of the YMCA downtown. All applications and inquiries are treated with the strictest confidence to ensure your privacy.

Assistance Application (One Per Family)

YMCA Childcares

Play, learn & grow.

YMCA of Saskatoon provides childcare spaces in Saskatoon and Martensville for kids to play, learn and grow in a healthy, supportive environment. We focus on Playing to Learn, a curriculum developed by YMCA Canada that focuses on holistic development by encouraging child-centred, interest-based free play and exploration.

For more information on the Playing to Learn Curriculum, visit our FAQ page.

Childcare FAQ

Childcare Centre Services
  • Nutritious meals and snacks
  • Professional staff that ware certified Early Childhood Educators
  • Trained staff in early childhood development
  • Trained staff in CPR and First Aid
  • Staff follow the YMCA "Playing to Learn" program and the Saskatchewan Ministry of Early Learning "Play and Exploration" program planning.
  • Natural, shady and fenced outdoor play areas
  • Programs that develop the child's spirit, mind, and body
  • FREE YMCA memberships for children enrolled in the child development centres
  • Access to government subsidy and early childhood professionals
Application Process

Start by contacting your preferred centre. Some age groups have lengthy waiting lists, and by knowing your childcare needs in terms of times of day you require care and the ages of your children, we can do our best to ensure you can access childcare as soon as possible.

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Childcare Subsidy

Licensed childcare may give you the opportunity, depending on your gross monthly income, to receive subsidy for your child's care.

To find out if you may qualify for subsidy, call 1-800-667-7155

Be prepared to provide the assessor with your average gross family income, and the total childcare fees that you will be expected to pay to the childcare facility.

Parent Advisory Committee

What is a Parent Advisory Committee??

Parent Advisory Committees (PAC's) are required by the Child Care Act, 2014. The purpose of the PAC is to ensure that parents of children attending the centre have the opportunity to ask questions, express concerns and share suggestions with the board governing the child care centre.

Why is a PAC important?

Parent involvement is an important feature of a centre-based child care. Parents have a primary role in ensuring the well-being and positive developmental experiences of thier children.

Providing an advisory role in centre-decisions-making processes will ensure that parent's perspectives are considered in how the child care centre operates.

How can a PAC Support a child care centre and board?

A PAC provides a voice for parents by making recommendations, and bringing forward concerns and ideas on behalf of parents. This support can be provided through various ways, such as: providing input on changes to the centres policies and proceedures; planning, organizing and assisting with excurisions and fundraisers and organizing family event like pot lucks, family movie nights,etc..

When do we meet?

We meet once every two months, for one hour (4:30-5:30 pm) and child care is provided.

For more information

on the PAC committee at your Child Care Centre, please see your

Centre Supervisor

Childcare Centre Locations

YMCA Child Development Centre Downtown

25 22nd St E, Saskatoon, S7K 0C7

Saba Hojbi
Tel: 306-652-7515, ext. 232
Fax: 306-652-2828
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YMCA Child Development Centre Martensville

1451 Parr Hill Drive,Martensville, SK S0K 2T1

Caley Eikelenboom
Tel: 306-955-9599
Fax: 306-955-9577
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YMCA Child Development Centre Sutherland

300 112 St, Saskatoon, SK S7N 1V4

Lauren Tall
Tel: 306-374-5775
Fax: 306-374-2010
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YMCA Child Development Centre Fairhaven

309 Fairmont Dr, Saskatoon, SK S7M 5G7

Navneet Kaur
Tel: 306-244-2442
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YMCA Child Development Centre Brighton

115 Secord Way, Saskatoon, SK S7V 0L9

Lindsay Schwebius
Tel: 306-374-3502
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The YMCA of Saskatoon is an enthusiastic participant in the Saskatoon Early Years Partnership -- a leadership team of Early Years, Parenting and Community Professionals dedicated to the investment in children, our future.

It's strategic aim is that by 2018, 82% of Saskatoon and Region children in kindergarten will score 'ready' for the transition to school AND by 2020, 90% of Saskatoon and Region children will score ready for transition to school.

The three areas of focus are:

  • parenting supports and education;
  • mental health and well-being of children and their families;
  • quality, universal, affordable, developmentally and culturally appropriate childcare.

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First Aid

Standard First Aid and CPR-C with AED Full Course

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Lifesaving Society Standard First Aid is the most comprehensive first aid program for the general public and a prerequisite for National Lifeguard. Learn how to assess and treat airway, breathing, and circulatory emergencies; and management of medical, musculoskeletal and environmental emergencies. Certification includes CPR-C/AED. Ages 13+

Standard First Aid and CPR-C with AED Recertification

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