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Exercise Programs

Are you interested in returning to McMaster PACE in-person community exercise programs (MacCardiac Rehab, MacSeniors, MacWheelers, MacMS-FITT, MacWarriors)? 

Please follow these steps to facilitate your return to PACE in Winter 2022. They only need to completed ONCE:

1. Provide Proof of Full COVID-19 Vaccination 

  • McMaster’s Vaccination Mandate requires all faculty, staff, students, contractors, and visitors to provide proof of full COVID-19 vaccination before attending a McMaster location. If you are not fully vaccinated, visitors cannot attend a McMaster location.
  • To attend a McMaster location, all visitors must use the McMaster Safety App to provide proof of full COVID-19 vaccination.
  • Save a copy of your approved ‘McMaster Vaccination Passport’ for upload in Step 2.

2. Complete the ‘Return to PACE Community Exercise Programs’ Survey 

  • Please do not start this survey until you have completed Step 1.
  • Complete this online survey.

* Participants are required to complete Steps 1 and 2 independently, if at all possible. If you have an accessibility requirement, please contact the PACE Reception Desk at or call 905-525-9140 x 27223.

3. Registration  

  • Our team will reach out to you with session sign-up information. PACE staff will contact participants by phone or email in priority sequence, based on when your completed McMaster Vaccine Passport and Survey were received. We are/will continue to work tirelessly to accomplish this in a timely manner. We appreciate your patience as we reach out to the hundreds who are interested in returning. We cannot thank all of you enough for your understanding and support during this time.

Please note this process is for returning PACE members only.
All new participants interested in joining an exercise program must contact PACE Reception directly at 905-525-9140 x 27223 or  

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