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Construction on the Credit Union CUplex started in 2010. The CUplex includes four components: The Dekker Centre for the Performing Arts, Northland Power Curling Centre, BTC Field House, and Battlefords Co-Op Aquatic Centre. It had been years in the making and through fundraising and help from all levels of government, the facilities are finally a reality in North Battleford.


Battlefords CO-OP Aquatic Centre (4-623 Carlton Trail)

The Battlefords CO-OP Aquatic Centre was the first to open to the public, on September 15th, 2012. Operated by the City of North Battleford, the aquatic centre boasts a wave pool, two waterslides, a six-lane 25 metre competition pool, steam room, whirlpool, and lazy river. Go HERE for information about programming and rates or call 306-445-1745.



Dekker Centre for the Performing Arts (1-623 Carlton Trail)

This 385 seat performing arts theatre is owned by the City but operated by an independent board of directors. For tickets and information about shows, please visit or call 306-445-7700. This facility, which includes full staging, rehearsal spaces, and a box office, is sponsored by the Dekker and Rawlinson families. The two tiered design is ideal for music, dance, and theatre performances.



Northland Power Curling Centre (2-623 Carlton Trail)

The Northland Power Curling Centre officially opened on October 27th, 2012. The six sheet curling rink is owned by the City, but operated by the Twin Rivers Curling Club. Call 306-937-2431 for league and event information. The rink has a lounge, cafeteria and plenty of seating for spectators.


NATIONSWEST Field House (3-623 Carlton Trail)

Runners and field sport athletes have quickly taken a liking to the first facility of its kind in North Battleford. The NATIONSWEST Field House has two fields with seating for 250 per field -- one field has a turf-like surface for sports such as soccer, football and baseball. The other surface is a rubberized multi-sport court floor surface to accommodate sports such as volleyball, basketball, tennis and badminton. The Field House also includes a 220 metre running track.



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Through individual and corporate donations, the “Raise The Roof” Fundraising Committee, made up of several dedicated community volunteers, have reached their goal in raising $10 Million! The City of North Battleford committed $10 Million toward the overall cost of the Credit Union CUplex; the RM of North Battleford pledged $175,000; approximately $1.1 Million came from Federal Gas Tax revenue sharing; the Provincial Government forwarded $7 Million; and together, the Provincial and Federal Governments contributed another $7 Million toward the Dekker Centre for the Performing Arts.


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