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Membership Rates, Drop-in Fees & Childminding

Membership Rates

  1. Find your age group along the top of the table
  2. Select how many people you wish to have on your membership over the age of 15 to find your monthly rate

Number of Adults
(15 and up)

Young Adult
Older Adult

Three +
(max of 2 adults 25+)




* Every new membership is subject to a one time facility enhancement fee: this fee is a one-time, non-refundable fee used to maintain and enhance the facility ($50 for one person over 15 years old; $75 for more than one individual over 15 years old). Members who have left the YMCA for more than thirty days will be considered new members.

Children/Youth facility access policies

Membership Card or Photo ID is required for anyone accessing the building or registering for programs.
Why Do We Require Photo ID?
  • The YMCA is home to children of all ages and vulnerable adults.  Our Child Protection Policy follows safety standards that have been implemented by YMCA’S across the country.  As a standard within these policies we have committed to knowing and confirming who is in our facilities and programs.
  • The security and safety of YMCA members, volunteers, staff and program participants is paramount.  Photo ID is one component of providing a secure environment as stated in national YMCA SAM (Serving All Members) customer service standards.  Other tools we use include locked turnstiles, video cameras and sign in sheets.
  • Your Membership Card confirms that you are an active YMCA member/program participant.
  • Membership Cards are issued for quick, easy access to the YMCA and are required to access the building.  Photo ID supports your YMCA membership when you have forgotten your membership card.
  • This ID policy provides a reliable and controlled identification process that is fair and equal to all members and guests accessing the YMCA.
  • Valid photo ID assists/deters potential fraudulent transactions when registering for programs/memberships


Your membership includes:

  • Three month holiday hold privileges
  • Over 60 group fitness classes every week
  • Over 50 children and youth programs every week
  • Discounts on specialty programs
  • Five guest passes per year for each adult on the membership
  • Free orientation with a fitness trainer
  • Canada-wide YMCA usage

Your membership also includes:

  • Towel service
  • Day-use locker
  • Steam room
  • Rental locks
  • A no-hassle cancellation policy
  • Medical holds available
At the YMCA of Northern BC,
everything is included.
The largest selection of classes,
state-of-the-art fitness facilities, qualified trainers, fun for the young,
the young at heart,
and the entire family.

Click here to see our schedule!

Join Us! We Are Here For Good!


Drop-in Fees

Non-members can access our facilities and drop-in programs for a daily fee. Photo ID is required. Prices are before tax.

Youth (0-14)
Young Adult
Older Adult


10 Visit Punch Card 

Young Adult 24 & under $82
Adult 25-55 $106
Older Adult 55+ $74


Childminding Rates

We understand the challenge of me-time when raising a family - which is why the YMCA of Northern BC offers two options for childminding services:

Unlimited By the Hour
  • Available for $35/year per child, to a maximum of $70/year per family
  • Annual Childminding fee is non-refundable
  • Member: $3.50/hour
  • Non-Members: $5.00/hour


Sick Child Policy

Cold and flu season is upon us and we need your help in preventing the spread of illness to staff and children.  Please do not bring your children to childminding if they are sick.  The YMCA reserves the right to not accept a child into our care if that child is presenting symptoms of illness, including fever, vomiting, cough or coloured mucus.

Storage Policy

Due to limited space, do not leave your coats, boots or other personal items in childminding.   We cannot be held responsible for lost, damaged or stolen items.

All items must be stored in the lockers located in the change rooms.   If you are driving, please leave strollers in your vehicle.

Glass Containers

Effective immediately, glass containers will not be allowed in childminding due to the increased safety risk with broken glass.

This includes:

  • Food Containers
  • Bottles
  • Juice Glasses

Exceptions will be made for glass bottles that are protected by a durable exterior such as foam or rubber.

Children/Youth facility access policies


Childminding Hours


Monday - Saturday


8:45am - 1:15pm

  A parent or guardian must be in the facility for the duration of the time the child is in childminding. Childminding is a maximum of two hours per visit and is closed on Statutory holidays..


Monday - Thursday


4:00pm - 8:30pm






8:45am - 12:00pm




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