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Loyola Center

"Our goal is to create a safe, positive environment in which there is always room for and movement towards improvement and growth. We take great pride in our programs at Loyola Center, we promote respectful treatment of others and a strong sense of belonging. Our participants, parents, staff, volunteers and guests are ambassadors who invite others to visit the center based on their own experiences and to become a part of the Loyola Family. Every individual is encouraged to take on the challenges of personal growth, while contributing to the growth of Loyola Center." 

The Loyola Center provides educational, cultural, social recreational and community programs to the children, adolescents and adults of the community. We aim to ensure the needs of the community are met through providing access to quality programming, delivered in partnership with educational institutions, community organizations, and programs and services offered by various levels of government.




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Children’s programs:

  • 3 – 5 years: Creative Wonders

Gym games, healthy snack and creative activities

  • 6 – 12 years: Afterschool homework program

Children are supervised and recieve support to complete their homework. Once their school work is done, our programming includes a multitude of different activities including science, sport, art and access to computers.

  • Open Gym:

Play basketball, soccer or floor hockey in a supervised environment

Free with membership


All ages: develop skills, play with friends and be active

  • Basketball:

Learn the fundamentals of the sport through drills and exercises while encouraging the development of team spirit. Programme for children aged 7-13 years.

  • Hip Hop Dance:

Learn the fundamentals of dance

  • Arts and Crafts:

Create puppets, write and produce original theatre.

  • Badminton:

Introduction to the sport

  • Spring Break Summer Camp (march 3rd-7th):

Outings, activities, sports, projects and more.

Youth Programs:

  • Homework support
  • Open Gym
  • Teen Drop in: drop in, hang out. Access to computers, games and organized activities
  • Tween Drop-in
  • Basketball
  • Chat’Bout NDG: production of news broadcasts, learn video skills while exploring your community and documenting your perspective
  • Leadership: This program sensitizes youth through community development, volunteer experiences, educational workshops, fundraising activities and fun outings that encourage and enhance group cohesion, leadership and life skills.
  • French immersion day camp: During the summer the teens participate in outings, workshops and interviews to increase their knowledge on diverse themes. The youth produce newspapers on each of these topics, develop their points of view and share the information they have gained over the summer.

Adult Programs:

  • Badminton
  • Open Gym

Basketball league




Loyola Centre

7065 Somerled Ave, Montreal, QC H4V 1V8, Canada ‎






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