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Fred Randall

Closing March 18 Until Further Notice

Effective Wednesday, March 18, 2020 all City of Burnaby public facilities will be closed until further notice. View list

Refunds will be provided to anyone who has registered for programs affected by the closure of these facilities.

City Hall will remain open, and all other City functions and services will remain operational, including RCMP main detachment and local fire halls.

Fred Randall

The aquatic facility in the Edmonds Community Centre was officially named the Fred Randall Pool at the Opening Ceremony on July 1, 2013.

Fred Randall was born in Vancouver in 1931 and later moved to Burnaby. He worked in the construction industry until 1964, then was employed as a business representative for the Operating Engineers, Local 115 and was chief executive officer for the local from 1980 to 1991.

He was a resident of the Edmonds area of Burnaby for 41 years and was active in the Burnaby community.

Serving as an Alderman from 1976 to 1981 and again from 1987 to 1990, and as a Parks and Recreation Commissioner from 1979 to 1980. During this time, Fred Randall served on many other committees of Council, and on the Board of Governors of BCIT.

Fred Randall then went on to serve as a Member of the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia, representing the riding of Burnaby-Edmonds for two terms from 1991 to 1996.

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Location: 7433 Edmonds Street, Burnaby  Community Centre Map Icon  Map 

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Free parking is available underground, on site and on Humphries Street — perfect to accommodate guests attending banquets and special events held in the 3,000 square foot Active Studio. Accessible stalls and a 120v stall designed to charge electric vehicles are available underground.

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