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Our facility contains a large gymnasium, pool, new fitness center, group fitness & dance studio, squash & racquetball courts, indoor walking track, football field with outdoor walking track, and arena.

The Aitken University Centre is located on the campus of the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton, New Brunswick.

The Canada Games Complex was built to host the aquatic events of the 1981 Canada Summer Games including swimming, diving and waterpolo. It is more than an aquatic facility – it is a total fitness and recreation centre providing access through…

The Charles V. Keating Centre is a state-of-the-art conference and recreation centre. Home to the StFX X-Men and X-Women hockey teams, the Keating Centre features two full complete ice surfaces.

Located on North Campus, the Clare Drake Arena is home the the Golden Bears and Pandas Varsity Athletic Teams, as well as numerous Campus & Community Recreation programming. In 1990, the Varisty Ice Arena was re-named in honor of Clare Drake,…

The Colisée de Trois-Rivières is the main arena in Trois-Rivières, Quebec, Canada. It has a capacity of 3,500, with 2,700 seated. It opened in 1938. The Colisée was home to the Trois-Rivières Draveurs of the QMJHL from 1969 to 1992.

Home to the men’s and women’s Waterloo Warriors hockey teams, the CIF arena is attached to the Columbia Icefields building. The main entrance is off of Hagey Blvd. and parking is available in Lox W and X. The CIF Arena first took shape…

The Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre is dedicated to providing an exciting and memorable guest experience while ensuring the safety and security of all guests. There is a Guest Services Center located at the main entrance of the Thunderbird…

Father David Bauer and Norma Bush Arenas are available for bookings from 6 a.m. to midnight, seven days a week during prime hockey season (October through March). Requests outside of these hours will be considered. Adjacent to the arenas are…

The Fort William Gardens is located in the City of Thunder Bay, Ontario. On the shores of Lake Superior, Thunder Bay is a picturesque city surrounded by the Nor’Wester Mountains. The Fort William Gardens building was completely transformed in…

he Grant•Harvey Centre features a 1,500-seat NHL-sized ice surface, a 560-seat, fully-accessible Olympic-sized ice surface, ten large dressing rooms, offices for officials and event organizers, a walking and running track, two community rooms, one…

The Halifax Forum Community Association consists of a Board of Directors and a management team that operates, promotes and manages the day to day activities of the Forum Complex. The Forum Complex has 5 venues which can operate independently or flow…

Throughout the 90s and 00s, its facilities included an outdoor pool, tennis courts, squash and racquetball courts, an ice arena, a dance studio, physiotherapy clinic , a gym and weight room, and a service that rented camping equipment and more .

The Mattamy Athletic Centre features an NHL sized rink on the third floor of our facility, a second level multi-purpose court, a fourth level lounge overlooking the ice, and a third level lounge overlooking the court. Additionally, we offer several…

The Max Bell Centre is a multipurpose athletic facility located on the University of Manitoba campus in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. It is located across the street from Investors Group Field and next to the Investors Group Athletic Centre. Inside…

McConnell Arena is an ice hockey arena located on the corner of Pine Avenue and Park Avenue in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The arena is owned and operated by McGill University, and is the home to the McGill Redmen men’s and McGill Martlets women…

The Waterloo Memorial Recreation Complex is home to the Sun Life Financial Arena, with an Olympic-sized ice surface that is 30 metres by 60 metres (100 feet by 200 feet). The arena seats 3,400, with a total spectator capacity of 4,400 people. The…

The University of Saskatchewan Rutherford Arena is a hockey rink constructed in 1929, with its official opening in January, 1930. The rink is used by the Saskatchewan Huskies hockey team. It holds up to 700 people. It was announced on October 13,…