Our History

 

The Little Burgundy Sports Center features a multitude of activities and spaces to accommodate a large audience. This large facility is very much involved in community life and contributes to the dynamism of Little Burgundy and the Southwest district. Its elegant and contemporary architecture makes it a true landmark in this part of Montreal.

Opened in 1997, this beautiful building was built at a cost of $ 8.6 million by neighborhood residents striving to overcome the lack of activities and sports facilities in the area.

Its funding was arranged by three parties: the federal and provincial governments have contributed $4 million and the City of Montreal invested $4.6 million.

During the opening, the Mayor Pierre Bourque officially transferred the facility and equipment management to the Little Burgundy Sports Center Corporation, chaired at the time by Mrs. Léonie Charles.

Managed independently, the Little Burgundy Sport Center is represented by the board of directors and a management team that works in partnership with the South West district, City of Montreal.

Our Mission

 

The Little Burgundy Sports Center’s mission is to contribute to the health and well-being of people in the community. To achieve this, the Center offers a wide range of sports and leisure activities in a fun and safe environment. The multi-function rooms with top range fitness equipment and a pool with favorable dimensions, allow to offer a wide variety of recreation programs and fitness and to meet all types of the community members needs. Whether losing weight, getting back in shape, entertaining or relaxing, the Little Burgundy Sports Center offers best conditions to reach these various goals.

Our Partners

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Our Team

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Dickens Mathurin
Director General
514 932-0800 #24
serviceclient@cspb.ca

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Jackson Joseph
Coordinator, gymnasium and multi-purpose room activities
514 932-0800 #27
jackson@cspb.ca

Jean-Baptiste Berthet
Coordinator, Aquatics program
514 932-0800 #25
jean-baptiste@cspb.ca

Sylvie Trépanier
Administrative Assistant
514 932-0800 #26
sylvie@cspb.ca

Rules and Procedures

PRE-REGISTRATION RULES

How it works:

 

  • Pre-registration is a privilege that is available only to members that are in good standing and are already enrolled in activities, and they receive priority in enrollment for the next session.
  • It is only available to members already enrolled in activities
  • Pre-registration only applies to subsequent sessions. (A member is not allowed to pre-register if he/she was not enrolled in activities during the session preceding this pre-registration)
  • During a pre-registration, the member must enroll in the same activities for the subsequent session. (To enroll in new classes, the member must wait for the respective period of registration)
  • To enable a certain accessibility, there is no pre-registration during the autumn session.

 

RULES FOR THE SWIMMING LESSONS (children):

  • Pre-registration reserves a spot in a class as scheduled by The Little Burgundy Sports Center. (There is no guarantee about the time or day of the lesson)
  • Children must be enrolled in the appropriate level:
  • You must make sure to enroll your children in the right level (refer to the child age booklet). Otherwise, your registration will be canceled and we will not reserve any spot.
  • We cannot guarantee a spot for the summer session because of the limited schedule.
  • There is therefore no pre-registration for the summer
  • A fee of $10.00 will be charged for any lost or stolen booklets.

If you have any questions, do not hesitate to enquire at the reception.


REIMBURSEMENT OF COURSE FEES

For reimbursement of course fees, please contact: Jean-Baptiste Berthet (514) 932-0800 extension 25 (pool side activities) OR, Jackson Joseph (514) 932-0800 extension 27 (gymnasium and multipurpose room activities).

Clients are entitled to reimbursement after the first week of session, however, subject to charge for courses actually attended, as well as a service fee of $10.00. No reimbursement will be issued at the third week of session, EXCEPTfor course cancellation.

 

COURSE TRANSFER

Clients are entitled to course transfer. Please be advised, however, of a $10.00 charge, EXCEPT if requested by an instructor (e.g. the transfer of a student to a different swim level).

Note: For further information please inquire at reception.

 

DID YOU KNOW THAT…?

 

  • The Little Burgundy Sports Center Corporation reserves the right to close in the event of major repairs or renovations, without obligation to compensate.
  • The Little Burgundy Sports Center Corporation reserves the right to modify its program schedule without prior notice.
  • Users are not entitled to “personal” lockers at the sports centre. Locks and all contents are subject to removal.
  • The Little Burgundy Sports Center Corporation is not liable for lost or stolen articles.
  • It is advised not to leave money or other valuables in the vestibule. Locks are available at reception.
  • It is strictly forbidden to bring personal items or food into any of the activity rooms or at poolside – lockers are available for this purpose.
  • Sports attire is compulsory for all activities. White-soled running shoes are mandatory in activity rooms.
  • All activities are subject to cancellation due to insufficient registration.

 

 

RENTALS

Item Deposit Cost
Badminton Racket $ 20.00 $ 5. 00
Ping-Pong Racket $ 5.00 $ 2.00
Birdie $ 0.50
Lock $ 5.00 $ 2.00
Large Mat (per day) $100.00
Mat (per day) $10.00

 

ADDITIONAL FEES

Please note an additional charge of $5.00 is levied on all adult activities for fixed transfer payments made to the City of Montreal.

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REOPENING SOON

We are pleased to announce that the accommodation site erected at the Little Burgundy Sports Center by Public Health will be officially closed and dismantled in the coming days.

The next few weeks will be spent inspecting, repairing and completely disinfecting the facility.

The sports center team will then return to the premises in order to put in place the requisite sanitary measures and prepare for the fall season, which is scheduled to start at the end of September.

Stay tuned for the program, as well as the registration and start dates.

We thank you for your understanding and look forward to seeing you again.


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