Friday’s Recreation and Sport Studies Management Class analyzed a case study involving UNB’s decision to build a new Kinesiology building, with no plans to replace the aged Aitken Pool.
The issue has raised some media attention.
Questions raised in the class included:
- Could any city-led initative be linked to other community needs such as field house, track, etc.?
- How much does the future of the Playhouse complicate city decision-making?
- How open is the city to allowing for greater corporate/private sector sponsorhip arrangements?
- What is the future of Vreds Swimming, specficially Women’s varsity? CIS equity?
- What is the role of Primary Stakeholders?
- Could some still manage in the Fredericton Indoor pool?
- Which groups need a competitive pool?
- Should the VReds expanding their relationship with CFB-Gagetown’s facility?
- What is the role of Secondary Stakeholders?
- Swimming NB
- UNB Rec
- Is there potential with new facility being built at Kingswood?
- Should the city re-visit its relationship with Fredericton YMCA?
- Any others?