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William P. Wilder ‘40 Arena & Sports Complex - Toronto, ON
The William P. Wilder ‘40 Arena & Sports Complex opened its doors in late 2008 on campus at Upper Canada College located in the Heart of Toronto. The complex replaced the Patrick Johnson Arena which held a single pad. The new two pad increases accessibility for the students of UCC, so that more boys have time to practice and play, not just on teams but also as part of the core athletic program. The new facility houses one NHL-sized and one Olympic-sized rink.
This facility provides the College with two ice surfaces as well as football, rugby, soccer and hockey locker rooms, an alumni lounge, increased spectator viewing and a spacious lobby. Other amenities include the proshop, concession stand, wireless internet throughout the building, and the space and technological capability to host largely attended meetings and presentations. Along side the arena, the campus hosts a double court tennis bubble, an artificial turf field, two gymnasiums, baseball diamonds, a sport court, and a number of grass fields. Nustadia Recreation manages all of these facilities as well as a number of spaces within in the main building at UCC.
The facility is LEED Gold certified and the first “green” arena complex at a Canadian independent school, with significant environmentally sensitive and cost-effective heating and cooling infrastructures.
The Nustadia Recreation Management Team is dedicated to making the William P. Wilder ‘40 Arena & Sports Complex in a class of its own.
For more information contact:
416.488.1125 ext. 2300
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