Burnaby residents can now grab a little cash at the theatre or before their workout at city facilities.
Three ATMs have been installed in the city, one each at the Shadbolt Centre for the Arts, city hall, and Bonsor Recreation Centre.
The ribbon cutting ceremony at the Shadbolt Centre took place on Jan. 19, G&F Financial Group announced in a news release.
G&F was chosen as the financial provider because of its low user fees, the release stated.
Cardholders from most of B.C.'s credit unions and HSBC customers are exempt from ATM surcharges as part of the ATM network managed by Ficanex Services.
G&F plans to donate a $200 Shadbolt Centre gift certificate to South Burnaby Neighbourhood House, the press release added.
City council approved plans for the ATM pilot project last April and said the units would be at the locations for a minimum of three months.
The program may expand to other facilities in the city if it proves profitable, council said in April.