The Canada’s First Ice Hockey Arena opened in October 2014 as part of a $2.2 billion deal with the Ontario government.
It opened to the public on November 9, 2018, and was named the 2019 Ontario Hockey Centre.
It is the first Canadian hockey arena and, like all ice hockey arenas, has an enclosed, retractable roof.
This unique feature has become a hallmark of the facility, and is an example of how the sport is becoming more accessible to Canadians.
It’s a big step for the hockey-mad nation.
According to a recent poll by Ipsos Reid, only 7% of Canadians said they would consider attending a hockey game at a new arena.
And that figure has steadily dropped since 2014, when 30% said they were likely to attend a game at the new facility.
The new hockey arena opened in the downtown Toronto suburb of Toronto’s Bloor Street East neighbourhood on November 6, 2018.
(Photo: Matthew Dolan/CP)”We are thrilled to be opening the newest, tallest arena in Canada to the world.
Its designed with a unique approach to providing a fun, welcoming experience for all of our visitors, and it is an important step towards a more inclusive and inclusive hockey community,” NHL commissioner Gary Bettman said in a statement.”
The new rink will be a landmark for the region and the world, as we welcome the first ever ice hockey arena to the heart of downtown Toronto.”
The Canada’s Ice Hockey Association, which has been operating under the banner Hockey Canada since the 1970s, is Canada’s oldest and largest professional ice hockey association.
It currently plays at the Toronto Arenas in Toronto, Toronto’s Yorkville, Mississauga and Kingston.
The organization has hosted some of the biggest hockey games in the world including the Stanley Cup Finals and the 2018 World Junior Championship.
It is one of the world’s top hockey leagues.
It hosts the World Junior Championships, the IIHF World Championship, the Under-18 World Championship and the IIHL Championship.
In addition to playing hockey, the Canada Ice Hockey Academy also trains coaches and provides support to youth hockey programs.