Looking for a place to host a field trip? The Canada Games Sport for Life Centre offers a lot of variety for an educational and physically active learning experience for kids and adults.
Half Day Camps
10:00 am - 12:00 pm or 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Pick from presentations, tours, group fitness classes, Hall of Fame scavenger hunt, sports activities and more. Start at $150. Groups of 30 or more start at $10/participant.
Full Day Camps
10:00 am - 2:30 pm
Select from presentations, tours, group fitness classes, Hall of Fame scavenger hunt, sports activities and more. Start at $300. Groups of 30 or more start at $10/participant.
Request a Field Trip
If you're interested, please fill out our Field Trip Request Form to get started (submitting form does not confirm your registration). Please email the completed form to our Community Coordinator.
“We just wanted to thank you and your staff again for such an awesome day!
The kids really enjoyed their time, and our instructors thought this was
the best trip for the kids! We have never seen so many students engaged
Community Outreach Programs
Our objective is to provide opportunities for all, including socio-economic disadvantaged communities by providing programing directly through our facility. We believe in creating opportunities to enhance health and quality of life through physical movement for all members of the community.
Aboriginal Community Campus Program
We have partnered with the Centre for Aboriginal Human Resource Development and their ACC program to provide physical education curriculum to their students. The participants meet at the Sport for Life Performance Centre and learn about basic fitness principles and how to use equipment safely. They also receive nutrition advice along with diabetes prevention and smoking cessation programs.
Once a month, the Salvation Army brings two groups to the Performance Centre to participate in a ‘Back to Basics’ program that re-introduces individuals to an active lifestyle. The program is aimed at substance abusers as part of their recovery.
Argyle Alternative High School
The Argyle Alternative High School does not have a gym and uses the Sport for Life facility once a week. One week with a Sport Manitoba trainer and the other with the school's physical education teacher. Every second week, students see one of Sport Manitoba's trainers who provides them with a variety of fitness classes such as TRX, cycle, barbell, yoga, and stretching.
Addictions Foundation of Manitoba Women’s Centre
Sport Manitoba is working with Addictions Foundation of Manitoba Women’s Centre providing training twice a week. Participants are taught exercises that they can do at their homes with little to no equipment.
To get involved with Community Services, please contact:
Bianca Matwyczuk, Marketing & Community Coordinator