Regional Recreation Initiatives  

Regional Leisure Assistant Pass

Sooke and Juan de Fuca Electoral area residents can apply for the Leisure Assistant Pass at SEAPARC. Please contact SEAPARC Reception if you require further information. Leisure Assistant Pass Information and Application

Regional May Pass

This exciting opportunity allows individuals to purchase a Regional May Pass from one recreation centre that is valid for drop-in fitness activities at 14 other recreation center in the Victoria (and Sooke) area. The Regional May Pass is an effort to provide a wider and more convenient service for people wanting to access recreation in their daily lives. Please note this pass is temporarily suspended

Regional Annual Pass

This exciting initiative allows individuals to purchase an annual pass from one recreation centre that is valid for drop-in fitness activities at 14 other municipally operated recreation centres in the Victoria (and Sooke) area. Contact Reception for details. 

LIFE Program
(Regional Financial Assistance Program)

Leisure Involvement for Everyone (L.I.F.E.) is for individuals and families with limited income. L.I.F.E. is available at all Greater Victoria Recreational Facilities (SEAPARC Leisure Complex, Panorama Recreation, Greenglade Community Centre, Esquimalt, Juan de Fuca, Oak Bay, Saanich and Victoria). Read more >>

Active Parent Pass

New parents will be able to try drop-in fitness and health activities with a new pass good for five free admissions to any Greater Victoria (CRD) Recreation Centre.

The pass, which encourages new parents to be active and engaged in their communities in an effort to cope with the stress of new parenthood, gives new moms and dads access to swimming pools, weight room, aerobics and fitness classes. Read more>>

Advance Aquatic Scholarship Program

The Advance Aquatic Scholarship Program provides participants with funding towards achieving their NL or WSI. If accepted, scholarship recipients will receive funding for one year. Aquatics Sponsorship Information and Application (PDF).

Active Communities Learn to Skate

Active Communities Learn to Skate program was created as an initiative to standardize the recreational component of learning to skate, in much the same way the Red Cross Swimming Program does for Aquatics. This ensures high quality program content, materials, and instruction for arenas providing Learn to Skate in their communities.

To register your community, please print off the sign up sheet, fill it out and email it to the Learn to Skate Program Representative. 

Island Fitness Conference

This conference is for all things Health and Wellness on Vancouver Island and is hosted in Victoria. The focus is to provide fitness professionals with valuable, usable, and relevant educational content. Read more >>

Wolf's Den Youth Leadership Grant

Do you have an initiative or project you and your friends are passionate about? Apply for a youth leadership grant of up to $500, and bring your ideas to life! This grant supports youth-led projects and innovative ideas that address youth issues and promote positive youth leadership within our community. Questions? Contact our Community Recreation Coordinator.