The Pictou County Wellness Centre is a facility located in New Glasgow, Nova Scotia that has 2 NHL sized hockey arenas (200'x85') (the 1,660 seat and expandable to 2,835 Sobey Arena and 144 seat Bell Aliant Arena). The facility also includes an Olympic sized pools, a gymnasium and a fitness centre. The arenas are owned by Pictou County and the balance of the facility is owned by the Pictou County YMCA
The facility broke ground in August 2010 and opened on December 6, 2012 to a game between the Pictou County Crushers and the Bridgewater Lumberjacks. The facility lead to the closing of John Brother MacDonald Stadium (formerly New Glasgow Stadium).