Classes will be offered at the municipal outdoor pool located at 220 Bedbrook.

The pool will be open to the public from June 4 to September 11.

Registration begins on:

  • Montreal West residents: April 4 at 9 a.m. 
  • Non-residents: April 11 at 9 a.m.

2022 Session dates 

  • Session 1 | June 27 – July 7
  • Session 2 | July 11 – July 21
  • Session 3 | July 25 – August 4
  • Session 4 | August 8 – August 18

Programming

Below is a list of all courses offered at the municipal pool this summer. 

Swimming lessons (4 years old and over)

Instructional courses to develop your child’s water safety and skills.

  • Level 1: Jellyfish
  • Level 2: Starfish
  • Level 3: Pufferfish
  • Level 4: Guppy
  • Level 5: Seahorse
  • Level 6: Manta Ray
  • Level 7: Sea turtle
  • Level 8: Swordfish
  • Level 9: Shark
  • Level 10: Orca

Bronze Medallion (13 years and over)

The first step in becoming a certified lifeguard, this course teaches lifeguarding skills and is a prerequisite to the Bronze Cross course.

Bronze Cross (14 years and over)

Second step in becoming a certified lifeguard, this course aims at teaching more advanced lifeguarding skills.

Prerequisite: Bronze Medallion

Guppies Swim Team (5-7 years old)

An intro to swim team for those who still need a little work! We encourage all children who are able to swim at least 12 m (1 width) to join.

Swim Team (6 years old and over)

Get immersed in the world of summer competitive swimming in a fun and confidence building team setting.

Development 1 & 2

The diving program will teach beginners basic diving skills, diving safety and will increase participant strength and confidence. Diving competitions are on Sunday mornings throughout the summer.

Aquafit AM

Get fit through aerobic and strength training exercises in deep water.

Aquafit

Work out and stay cool under the summer sun in our deep water aqua fitness regimen.

Masters

Master swimming provides adults with an opportunity to train with a coach and improve their stroke and swimming techniques.

Pool memberships 

There are 4 different memberships: family, individual, senior and senior couple. Resident rates apply to Montreal West residents only. A pool membership is necessary to sign up to our activities.

View membership fees and details

Registration

Registration for pool memberships and all programs are accepted on a first come, first served basis and are subject to the following conditions:

  • Cheques will be accepted only until May 8 after which payment must be made in cash, Interac, Visa, or Mastercard.
  • Membership and program fees are never pro-rated.
  • A minimum number of participants will be required by the Tuesday prior to the  start of the program or it will be cancelled.
  • The pool reserves the right to change lesson times based on registration or availability (AM lessons will be between 9 and 10 and PM lessons between 3:45 and 5:15)
  • All program fees must be paid in full by the Tuesday prior to the  start of the  program. Late registration will be accepted only if space permits and will result in an additional fee of $5.
  • All persons entering the pool facility, as well as the wading pool, must present their membership card  or pay the daily admittance charge.

Refund policy

Only signed and dated written requests will be considered for refunds. All refunds are subject to a $35 administration charge. Any refund requested after the start of the program, but only up to the completion of one third of said program, will be prorated. No refund will be issued after completion of one third of said program.