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Dorval announces reopening of pools at the DASC and arenas along with other Cities.

The City of Dorval is happy to announce the reopening of the pools at the Dorval Aquatic and Sports Centre (DASC) and its two arenas (Dorval Arena and the Westwood Sports Centre), as of Monday, January 17.

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This reopening happens at the same time as the lifting of the curfew and the return to school by children announced by the Québec government.

At the DASC, only recreational swimming and lap swim is authorized, according to a specific sanitary protocol (maximum number of visitors, limited access to the locker rooms, dedicated zones for each participant, gatherings prohibited, etc.).

As for the arenas, only recreational skating will be allowed. The vaccination passport will be required to take part in these activities, which will be offered exclusively to Dorval residents for now.

The City of Dorval has also released a list of requirements when visiting that align with the current public health measures.

SOURCE: The City of Dorval


The City of Pointe-Claire and the City of DDO have opened their aquatic centres by appointment only, both cities requiring you to have a membership.

In accordance with public health measures, these aquatic centres require you to wear a mask while navigating the spaces.

Unfortunately, those who are wanting to use the Casgrain pool at John Abbott College will have to wait. John Abbott has closed their pool, weight room, squash courts, and all rental groups.

According to their portal, updates will be shared as the situation evolves.


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