The PVCA is at a critical point in terms of volunteer support, we urgently need to fill several positions to be able to keep the association running:
If you would like information on any of these positions, please contact us at email@example.com and we will be happy to provide some more details.
Registration for Spring classes begins Tuesday, March 8 at 7 a.m. for residents, Thursday, March 10 for non-residents.
Registration for Summer classes begins Tuesday, May 17 at 7 a.m. for residents, Thursday, May 19 for non-residents.
Log into Regina Recreation Online to add courses to your Wish List prior to registration opening for ease of checkout.
Please note, the PVCA does not currently have plans to offer Spring/Summer 2022 program.
The registration process for the remainder of open spots in the PVCA’s Winter 2022 Programs will take place exclusively online at pvca.ca/shop. Phone numbers and email addresses are required. Because all of the programs are taking place virtually, having a correct email address on file is essential for your instructor to be able to send your invitations to sessions.
- If this is your first order for Winter 2022 please remember to add a membership to your cart if you do not already have a valid 2021/2022 Community Association membership. We accept memberships from all other CAs in the city. If you already have a PVCA or other CAs’ membership, please provide the number in the Order Notes section (more on this later).
- Add the classes and the quantity of registrations needed for each class to your cart, then when you are ready select Proceed to Checkout.
- Another important note regarding Karate classes, please be sure to select the product that correct for your situation (i.e.: selecting a Family membership if you have two or more people signing up). Use the Order Notes section to provide the names and contact information for each individual as applicable.
- When checking out, provide us with the necessary contact information for participants if it is NOT captured in the required billing details, an example is shown:
5. If purchasing a Membership, you will be required to provide your Family name to complete the order.
In response to the current impacts of COVID-19 affecting Saskatchewan’s healthcare system and the high risk of COVID-19 transmission across Saskatchewan, Regina City Council has expanded the proof of vaccination or negative test requirements for all City of Regina facilities, except for Regina Public Libraries and the Transit Information Centre.
Effective Monday, November 1, 2021, proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a negative test result will be required for anyone over the age of 12 to access the Fieldhouse, Lawson Aquatic Centre, North West Leisure Centre, Sandra Schmirler Leisure Centre and Neil Balkwill Civic Arts Centre. Facilities will continue to follow the same process and procedures outlined in the Government of Saskatchewan’s current public health orders. We ask for patience and co-operation as staff work through this new process with you.
The above requirements do not apply if an individual is entering the premises solely to use a washroom or the purposes of health and safety which may include vaccination clinics, heating and cooling stations, food security programs or other services that address basic needs.
Proof of Vaccination
All patrons 12 and over accessing indoor City of Regina facilities will be subject to a proof of vaccination or negative COVID-19 test requirement. Only those individuals who are fully vaccinated or who can provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours will be allowed to enter the facility.
Residents under the age of 12, who are currently unable to receive a COVID-19 vaccine, will be exempt from the proof of vaccination requirement including the alternative of a negative test.
Any one of following will be accepted as proof of vaccination at City facilities:
- Wallet cards received at time of immunization
- A printed copy or screenshot of your MySaskHealthRecord vaccination certificate (with or without a QR code)
- A COVID-19 vaccine printout from SHA Public Health
- A QR code/MySaskHealthRecord vaccine certificate uploaded to SK Vax Wallet app
- Official proof of vaccine documents from other governments may be considered
Proof of Negative Test
Individuals who do not have proof of vaccination have the option of providing proof of a negative COVID-19 test result from within 72 hours. These tests can be either rapid antigen, or a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test, and must be administered by an approved location/lab as listed on the Government of Saskatchewan’s website. As per the Government of Saskatchewan’s directive, self-administered take-home rapid antigen tests will not be accepted as valid proof of negative COVID-19 test results.
In addition to the proof of vaccination, photo ID will be required from anyone 18 and older. Youth aged 12-17 will also need to show ID unless accompanied by an adult with proof of vaccination and ID. Youth aged 12 to 17, visiting a business without an adult, who do not have photo ID will be allowed to present other forms of government issued ID such as birth certificate or health services card.
Masks are required at all times, including moving between activities or machines, in all indoor public areas of City facilities, except while actively participating in physical activity.
If you are enrolled in swimming lessons, the City will refund the full amount, regardless of the date you choose to withdraw. All other fitness classes/programs will have a pro-rated refund based on the date of withdrawal.
Please visit Regina.ca/COVID19 for the most up to date information.
If you are a City of Regina resident who is concerned about the safety of the crosswalk at 1st Ave N and Gordon Staseson Blvd, a petition has been created to ask the city for changes.
The City of Regina’s four outdoor pools are set to open over the next few weeks, offering residents and families the opportunity to get outside, stay active and enjoy the summer.
Three pools have confirmed opening dates:
· Regent Pool: June 10 – register for drop-in programs at Regent starting tomorrow!
· Maple Leaf Pool: June 14
· Buffalo Meadows Pool: June 12
Massey Pool is currently receiving some essential repairs and is expected to open during the week of June 21. Opening day updates for Massey Pool will be provided as more information becomes available.
A Grand Opening event to celebrate the new Maple Leaf Pool is planned for June 22. Save the date and watch for additional details as we get closer to opening day!
Registration requirements, swim times and classes differ per pool. Details are available on Regina.ca.
Swimmers are reminded to respect COVID-19 public health guidelines when at the pools; please:
· Answer the health-related questions posted
· Sanitize your hands
· Come dressed and ready to go 5 minutes before start time (changerooms will not be open)
· Do not linger unnecessarily after your activity
· Bring your own water bottle
If the outdoor pools are busy, don’t forget about the 15 city-owned spray pads available from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. all summer long until mid-September. Visit Regina.ca/spraypad for a list of locations.
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