Melanie Roy – YMCA of Greater Moncton

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Vaccination Status

As you are aware, the Province of NB has informed the public that as of 11:59pm September 21st all individuals entering our facilities must be fully vaccinated.  The YMCA will be enforcing this policy effective 5:30am on Wednesday September 22nd.

Transition into Green Phase – July 30, 2021

The Province of New Brunswick will lift its mandatory order on July 30 at 11:59 p.m., and this will remove all restrictions in the province as it goes to the Green Phase of the COVID-19 Recovery Plan.  The YMCA will be following all guidelines and regulations according to provincial government and the Department of Health. Since the pandemic began, we have followed Public Health recommendations and that journey will continue.

YMCA Community Action Network team launches wellness mural series

(Moncton, NB July 7, 2021) - The YCAN Moncton Staff Team has just launched their mural project - Slash the Stigma. Slash the Stigma is an interactive mural project comprising of three murals, two located at the YMCA Moncton North, 70 Twin Oaks Drive and one located at the YMCA of Greater Moncton, 30 War Veterans Ave.

YMCA Canada, Canada Day 2021 Statement

While July 1st is a time of celebration and rest for many, YMCA Canada would also like to recognize how challenging a year it has been. There has been a lot to be thankful for, but this is also a time to pause and reflect on where we have been, and where we want to be as a country.

Member Update – June 15, 2021

The YMCA of Greater Moncton is loosening restrictions with 75 % of New Brunswickers 12 and older having received their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.

YMCA “A”-Team to plant fruit trees to help with food security

(Moncton, May 10, 2021) - The YMCA Community Action Network A-Team (short for Apple Team) is working on a project called the Free Fruit Project. The team will be planting a total of 10 fruit trees along the Riverfront Trail in Riverview NB through May 2021 to help increase food security.

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