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Thunder Bay (City of). Recreation and Culture
PAL Card

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  • Allows an adult, child or youth with a disability to be accompanied by a support person so that they may participate in designated recreational and cultural programs and facilities
  • Provides temporary cards for individuals pre/post surgery or recovering from an accident
  • Facilities include:
    • Canada Games Complex
    • Thunder Bay 55 Plus Centre and West Thunder Community Centre 55+ programs
    • Volunteer Pool and Sir Winston Churchill Community Pool
    • Community Centres
    • Municipal Golf Courses (Strathcona and Chapples)
    Comments
    Individuals can contact either the Adult Inclusion Services office in the Canada Games Complex, or the Junior Inclusion Services office in Victoriaville Civic Centre, 111 Syndicate Ave S
    Hours of Operation
    Office Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm
    Eligibility
    • Must be an adult, child or youth with a disability that restricts from participating in or performing activities
    • Disability cannot be eliminated by the use of a technical aid such as eyeglasses
    Temporary PAL cards available for individuals pre/post surgery or recovering from an accident
    Application Process
    • Must fax or mail application and arrange for a photograph to be taken
    Fees
    None
    Accessibility
    Fully Accessible
    Legal Status
    (10) Local Government
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       Last Updated On November 5, 2019

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