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  • Construction Set to Begin on Coquitlam YMCA

    Construction is set to start on a unique partnership project that will bring a new YMCA recreation facility, an expanded Cottonwood Park, a Park-and-Ride, Community Police Station and more housing options to Burquitlam over the next three years.

  • Dynamics for Membership

    Have you heard the Y is launching a new online registration system? This August, we are launching DfM more formally known as Dynamics for Membership.

  • What Really Matters Website Launch

    After months of preparation, we are excited to announce the launch of the What Really Matters Website! Read on to learn more about this capital campaign and see how it will help children and families thrive. 

  • YMCA Open to All Wildfire Evacuees

    All YMCAs are opening their doors to people impacted by the wildfires burning across the province of BC.  The YMCA has 12 locations in Prince George, Kamloops, Kelowna, Surrey, Vancouver and Vancouver Island.


    After temporarily closing in June 2017 for construction, the anticipated opening date for the Chilliwack Family YMCA will be in February 2019. The new building will be 25% bigger than the previous facility, growing to 36,700 square feet with the goal of serving more than 8,000 people.

  • May 2017

    It's May! Time to take your Mom out for brunch, sign up for a charity golf tournament or get outside and get walking. We've also got some tips for how to stay mentally healthy and a chance for you to win a free year of membership at the Y just for telling us what you think! 

  • April 2017 Newsletter

    It's the April edition of our e-newsletter. This month, as we celebrate National Volunteer Appreciation week, we want to take a moment to thank the amazing folks who donate their passion and time to our YMCA. 

  • March 2017 Newsletter

    Welcome to the March edition of YMCA E-News! In this issue, we celebrate the opening of a new Alternative Suspension program site in Coquitlam, and we have some suggestions for how to talk to children about race. 

  • Child Fitness & Arts Federal Tax Credits 2016

    Many of the YMCA’s physical activity and artistic programs may be eligible for the Federal Children’s Fitness and Arts Tax Credits.  Each of the fitness and arts tax credits is a federal non-refundable, personal tax credit of up to $750 per child (under the age of 16 years).  Learn more

  • February 2017 Newsletter

    For this February edition of the YMCA Newsletter, we'd like to kick things off by affirming our commitment to building a safe, vibrant and healthy community where everyone belongs.