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See an access issue in your local community or in and around the Oceanside area? 


We want to know about it.  Click Here or the button below to send us a message and we'll get our team of volunteers to have a look.

Together, with your help we will work to making our community accessible for all.

News and Events

AOA and UAQB Visit Jim's Gym


Unfortunately Jim’s Gym, closed during COVID. They recently obtained space in the Qualicum Commons. Currently efforts are underway to re-establish this as a wellness and fitness program for persons with disabilities in the Qualicum/Oceanside region.


Some of the equipment is dedicated to upper body exercise, and is wheelchair accessible.


This machine has an adjustable or removable seat to accommodate mobility assistance devices.


This is another view of the machine with an adjustable or removable chair to increase accessibility for everyone.

Did you know?

Qualicum Beach is a town in Oceanside that has Canada's oldest population.

According to a 2011 census more than 47 percent of the population was

65 or older.

Did you know?

The number of people in B.C. who identify as living with a disability is almost equal to the population of Vancouver Island?


750,000 People

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Did you know?

There are approximately 4.4 million people with disabilities in Canada, 60 million people in Europe with disabilities and 700 million people worldwide with disabilities.

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