Abilities Centre ~ Boccia, Sitting Volleyball

Boccia and Sitting Volleyball competitions will be held at the Abilities Centre. It’s an internationally renowned, innovative community hub where people of all ages and abilities enrich their lives by engaging in social, health and cultural programs.

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Brimacombe ~ Para-Alpine, Para-Nordic

Para-Alpine and Para-Nordic will be run at Brimacombe, one of Southern Ontario’s largest ski and snowboard facilities offering 22 trails, eight lifts and two terrain parks.

Operating for more than 75 years in Orono, Brimacombe is committed to accessibility in its services and facility.

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Chestnut Hill Developments Recreation Complex ~ Wheelchair Tennis

Wheelchair Tennis competitions will be held at Chestnut Hill Developments Recreation Complex. This facility has four indoor tennis courts, as well as a number of other recreation amenities and banquet rooms.

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Civic Recreation Complex ~ 5-a-side Soccer (Blind Soccer)

5-a-side Soccer (also known as Blind Soccer) will be played in the Fieldhouse at the Civic Recreation Complex. The Fieldhouse includes a 100 x 70 metre artificial turf playing field that can be configured into two or four fields with power assisted curtaining, and perimeter spectator seating. There are four change rooms, two referee rooms and temporary storage. One of the meeting rooms can be used as a viewing area.

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Durham College & Ontario Tech University Campus Recreation and Wellness Centre ~ Wheelchair Basketball

Wheelchair Basketball will take place at the fully accessible Campus Recreation and Wellness Centre (CRWC) at Durham College and Ontario Tech University in Oshawa.

J. Clarke Richardson Collegiate ~ Goalball

Goalball will be hosted in the triple gymnasium at the fully accessible J. Clarke Richardson Collegiate in Ajax, home of the STORM.

Iroquois Park Sports Centre - Sledge Hockey

Sledge Hockey games will be played at the Iroquois Park Sports Centre in Whitby.

Situated on 50 acres of parkland, the Iroquois Park Sports Centre is Canada’s largest municipally owned and operated recreation facility. Inside, there are six arenas, including a large stadium arena, two pools, a fully licensed restaurant and food court area, banquet and meeting rooms, a pro shop, and elite athletic training facilities.

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Oshawa Curling Club ~ Wheelchair and Visually Impaired Curling

Wheelchair and Visually Impaired Curling will take place at the downtown Oshawa Curling Club. It has been operating since 1882 and is one of the longest continuously operating sports organizations in Ontario.

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