Deputy Mayor Norm Kelly and Councillor Frances Nunziata (Ward 11 York South-Weston) will join community representatives for a ceremonial road-naming ceremony to honour Johnny Bower, former Toronto Maple Leaf goaltender and hockey legend.
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This video presents “The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre.”
“The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre represents the single largest investment ever made in amateur sport development in Canada.
Co-owned by the City of Toronto and the University of Toronto (Scarborough Campus), and developed in partnership with the Governments of Canada and Ontario, the new Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre in Scarborough will serve university students, community members, and high-performance athletes alike for decades to come.”
Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre (TPASC) is scheduled to open this fall.
It is just one of the state-of-the-art competition venues being constructed for the TORONTO 2015 Pan American and Parapan American Games.
The TPASC is located at 875 Morningside Rd.
The new facility will be Canada’s premier aquatics centre as well as a world-class training and competition venue, and will be home to the Canadian Sport Institute Ontario.
Fitted this year in the area 100 of the Sun Life Financial Esplanade, which is located behind the Pie-IX metro, this new version of the Olympic Winter Park Village will feature a rink, allowing everyone to skate FREE and, even in mild weather thanks to its cooling system.
For the second year, the Winter Village is easily recognizable by its huge natural tree which this year, will measure 65 feet tall!
It will certainly return to Montreal as Sun Life Financial Esplanade will be hosted throughout the cold season.
The official opening of the site on December 1 will be highlighted by a fundraiser to benefit the organization’s Frimousse, a toy lending library of Hochelaga-Maisonneuve.
For the modest sum of $2, children and adults can come affix a huge Christmas tree decoration in the Winter Village and are collected for each design will be donated to the toy library.
They will also be on site to donate new toys to contribute to service the loan toys Frimousse.
And to close the festival in style, end of the day, the Olympic Park will illuminate all lights to shine throughout the winter!