Calgary Olympic Development Association - Located in the Calgary Olympic Park, the new Winsport Athletic and Ice Complex is a world-class sports and training facility designed to serve a wide range of users from recreational enthusiasts to elite athletes.
Calgary Olympic Development Association - The much-anticipated complex addresses the chronic shortage of ice pads available for public use across the City. The Complex brings top performers from different sports together under one roof. Casual fitness seekers mix with current and future Olympians to create a uniquely inspiring environment for developing Canada’s leading sports talent.
Calgary Olympic Development Association - Financial support to the tune of $40,000,000 from the Major Infrastructure Component of the federal government’s Building Canada Fund made this project possible.
Langford City Centre Park SportsPlex - The City of Langford was in need of a new arena. With only two skating rinks to serve 66,000 residents, ice time was constantly booked. With $4,464,547 from the Communities Component of the federal Building Canada Fund a new recreational facility was completed.
Langford City Centre Park SportsPlex - In addition to the federal funding, this project benefited from the accelerated federal environmental assessment process established in 2009. The enhanced process allows work to improve existing infrastructure to get underway more quickly.
Pictou County Wellness Centre - Thanks to financial support through the Major Infrastructure Component of the Buidling Canada Fund, the centrally located facility will serve all areas of Pictou County. The centre boasts state-of-the-art facilities that will be put to good use by the community, including two regulation sized ice surfaces, an aquatic centre, a gymnasium and fitness centre and mutli-purpose space to hold conferences and other community events.
Pictou County Wellness Centre – The Major Infrastructure Component of the Buidling Canada Fund provided $11,000,000 for this project. The new centre opened at a time when several other Pictou County recreation facilities were becoming outdated and in need of repair, so the new addition is very welcomed by the community.
Hanover Regional Recreation Complex - The new Regional Recreation Complex offers hockey, ringette and figure skating facilities for the town of Hanover in southwestern Ontario.
Hanover Regional Recreation Complex - Thanks to a contribution of $1,704,618 from the Communities Component of the Building Canada Fund and provincial and municipal contributions, Hanover was able to replace an existing arena that, while rich in nostalgia and history, no longer met the needs of the community.
Hanover Regional Recreation Complex - The new 6,224 square metre complex was built on the site of the old arena and is attached to the town's aquatic centre. In addition to a new, regulation-size rink, the complex features a dry land training area and a multi-purpose room. Engineers used the latest technology to ensure a reduced environmental footprint.
Centre multifonctionnel Richard-Lebeau – A new industrial park and housing developments have contributed to the growth of Saint-Léonard-d'Aston. The availability of services has encouraged many families and businesses to move to the region but the absence of an arena meant that residents had to drive more than half an hour to play ice sports. The new complex offers solved this problem
The local population and that of surrounding municipalities now have a new place to practice their favourite sports and recreational activities. The centre was partly funded by a contribution from the Communities Component of the federal government's Building Canada Fund.
The new 2,787-metre building is conveniently located next to local high school. Under one roof, it brings together an arena, a gym with several rooms, locker room facilities, storage space and various related services. Thanks to this modern facility, the municipality can now host and organize major sporting events.
Estevan - Civic Events Centre - The fastest growing city in Saskatchewan has a new civic centre. With the help of $5.1 million from the Communities Component of the federal Building Canada Fund, construction began in the fall of 2009 on the Civic Events Centre in Estevan, a city tucked into the southeast corner of the province.
Estevan - Civic Events Centre - The new complex has a total capacity of 3,664 people. It features large glazed windows for capturing natural light and energy efficient operating systems. The complex provides the region and city with a state-of-the-art venue for hockey, curling and figure skating. The facilities will help Estevan attract sporting events — and the dollars they generate — to the region.