2. Sectors in the South Burnaby Community
-SBMC Basketball Club
-Bonsor Community Centre
-Burnaby South Secondary School
-Fitness World Kingsway
-Revs Bowling Burnaby
-Edmonds Youth Centre
3. Public Sector: SBMC Eagles Basketball Club
6550 Bonsor Avenue, Burnaby, BC, Canada V5H 2C8
SBMC Basketball Club is a public sector as being that it encourages
the development of recreation and sport in terms of health, well-
being, and development in the community (Lunn, 2021, pg 5).
Overall, SBMC is community based sports club in which makes it a
part of the municipal level of government. It connects with our class
in terms of coaching, learning and participation of sport and rec that
are deemed a public good (Lunn, 2021, pg 3). This club allows
coaches in the community to teach the basic fundamentals of
basketball to individuals all over the community. These individuals
range from all sorts of ages as they learn many new strategies and
skills to which increase their health and well being.
4. Public Sector: Bonsor Community Centre
6550 Bonsor Avenue, Burnaby, BC, Canada V5H 2C8
Bonsor Community centre is a public sector being that it provides services for
individuals in the community including “fitness, sport, age-related programs,
events, arts, leadership, etc. that are deemed a public good” (Lunn, 2020, p. 3).
This community centre like most others are part of the municipal government as
their main clients are the general public that seek local and recreation sport
services (Lunn, 2021, pg 5). It also relates to recreation being that the
community centre provides services for all ages that is essential to one's
physical and social well-being, eventually leading to an overall better life.
Bonsor has also created many opportunities for local individuals and which is
why South Burnaby is a quality and cohesive community (Lunn, 2021, pg 5).
Being that it is tax-based funded by the city of Burnaby, it must cater to the
variety of needs of the people in the community. This leads to the diversity in
terms of their variety of services (Lunn, 2021, pg 5).
5. Public Sector: Burnaby South Secondary School
5455 Rumble St, Burnaby, BC V5J 2B7
Burnaby South Secondary is a public sector as it encourages
the development of recreation and sport in terms of health,
well-being, and development in the community (Lunn, 2021,
This sector is controlled by the municipal level of
government. This relates to sport and recreation as well as
coaching and teaching. There are many opportunities that
this school provides to not only their own students but to
the individuals of the community as well. These examples
include: PE classes, a wide variety of sports teams/clubs,
and public open gyms/track meets. With a variety a teams
and clubs there are also many paid and volunteer
coaching/teaching opportunities as well.
6. Commercial Sector: Scotia Barn
6501 Sprott St, Burnaby, BC V5B 3B8
This is a commercial sector as it is funded by revenue from
fees and targets a specific market group who can afford
the services provided at the facility (Lunn, 2021, pg 7). In
this case, the premium skating rinks and indoor soccer
facilities are paid by consumers based on their desire and
need for their services. Scotia Barn is also profit oriented
as it is their only way of retaining control.
In terms of relating to SPSC 2210, Scotia Barn provides
quality and unique services as well as adapting to new
recreation and social trends which allows them to
differentiate themselves from public sectors (Lunn, 2021,
pg 7). It promotes an activity and healthy lifestyle through
their unique facilities at all levels of competition. Personal
lessons/coaching services are also provided at a premium
7. Commercial Sector: Fitness World Burnaby
5500 Kingsway Burnaby, BC V5H 2G2
Fitness World is also a commercial sector as they are a profit
oriented business in which provide premium services and facilities
to a specific market group (Lunn, 2021, pg 7).
Fitness world provides premium weightlifting, cardio and
recovery equipment in which has definitely had a huge impact for
an increase of physical activity in the community, promoting a
healthy lifestyle. They also have services such a physiotherapy,
massage therapy and personal training services where you for the
most part cannot get at a public or voluntary sector. Fitness world
has also increased employment opportunities and wealth within
our society such as personal training jobs , physiotherapy jobs and
the basic desk jobs (Lunn, 2021, pg 7).
8. Commercial Sector: Revs Bowling Burnaby
5502 Lougheed Hwy., Burnaby, BC V5B 2Z8
Revs Bowling is a commercial sector that targets a
specific market group that is looking to bowl both
competitively and recreationally. They are profit
oriented which allows them to stay open, making them a
commercial sector (Lunn, 2021, pg 7).
Revs allows the general public that can afford their
unique services to participate in a specific sport at all
levels of competition. It doesn’t just promote a healthy
lifestyle physically but mentally and socially as well.
They also have a mini-arcade which also boosts their
profits but also specificity in comparison to other
sectors. The arcade and bowling lanes allows a lot of
social interactions through recreation and leisure. It has
also increased employment opportunities for members
of the community while creating a fun environment for
their customers (Lunn, 2021, pg 7).
9. Volunteer Sectors: Edmonds Youth Centre
7433 Edmonds St, Burnaby, BC V3N 1B1
The Edmonds Youth Centre is a non-profit after school
service that has close ties with Edmonds Community
Centre and ran by volunteers making it a Volunteer Sector
(Lunn, 2021, pg 8).
Their clientele are select populations (Lunn, 2021, pg 8)
including young-teens in the South Burnaby community
that are most likely like-minded individuals. They create an
increasing of physical and social interaction of our younger
generation which allows us to invests in our future (Lunn,
2021, pg 10). This sector rely on members such as the youth
as well as volunteer leaders in order to run smoothly (Lunn,
2021, pg 10).
10. Volunteer Sectors: Burnaby MoreSport
4460 Beresford St Unit 100, Burnaby, BC V5H 0B8
MoreSport is a volunteer sector being that it relies on
volunteer members and workers to remain successful (Lunn,
2021, pg 8).
This sector promotes physical activity and leisure by creating
opportunities for the youth to come in and play their favourite
sports that were once not accessible. Volunteers create a
positive experience through teaching/coaching students
through the key fundamentals of sports such as soccer and
hockey. They also provide equipment that these individuals
may not have access to, allowing these children to increase
their physical activity. Being that their services are free, they
are funded by fundraisers and donations (Lunn, 2021, pg 9).
11. Volunteer Sectors: KidSport Burnaby
4946 Canada Way #101 Burnaby, BC V5G4H7
KidSport is a non-profit organization as it provides
children with opportunities to participate in sport
through volunteers and fundraising (Lunn, 2021, pg
By paying for children’s participation fees, it allows
for the less privilege individuals to worry less about
their financial situations and enjoy the sport they
love to play. This the promotes physical activity as
this organization relies on it’s volunteer members to
keep it running (Lunn, 2021, pg 10). By investing in
leisure and recreation for children it also allows us to
invest in our future as well (Lunn, 2021, pg 10).
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