It’s another problem for the Sherbrook Pool.
The facility was expected to open on May 9th, but the city says a problem was discovered when they were refilling the pool.
Some of the drain connections surrounding the pool were leaking, and those repairs are expected to take six weeks.
It could end up taking longer though, depending on the availability of the parts they need.
The pool first closed in the fall of 2012, and the 84 year old pool was set to be torn down — but the community rallied together to save it.
The city, province, and Kinsmen Club of Winnipeg kicked in nearly four million dollars to bring the pool back to life.