CSIO Open During Construction for the Pan/Parapan Am Games: What You Need To Know

Friday, May 15, 2015

As of Friday May 15th, 2015 the Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre (TPASC) begins construction in preparation for the 2015 Pan and Parapan Am Games.

While the building is closed to the public, CSIO and its athletes and coaches are still permitted to utilize the CSIO space.

Note: There is no access to the public weight room, studio classes, fieldhouse, or competition and training pools.

There are a few important pieces of information regarding parking and access to the facility that you need to be aware of:

PARKING
As of Friday (May 15), parking will no longer be available in the North or South lots. All staff and guests must park in UTSC South Parking Lot “H”. To access Parking Lot “H” proceed South on Morningside Avenue and make a left on to Military Trail, the Parking Lot “H” is the first open lot on the left-hand side. Please note you will not be allowed to access the South parking lot via Tams Road. All parking including wheelchair accessible parking will only be available in Parking Lot “H”.

At this time, TPASC is working on providing accessibility parking passes. We will keep you posted on any further developments as they become available.

Bike lock up is provided as per usual.

FIT OUT PASSES AND BUILDING ACCESS
As we begin with the “Fit Out”(aka “Construction”) period (May 15-June 21), all guests must enter through the South Entrance of the building.

The first time you arrive, you will be asked to sign-in at the desk and CSIO staff will be contacted and required to escort guests to and from the office.

Registered athletes with CSIO will receive a “Fit Out” pass to keep throughout the duration of this period (ending June 21). Please note you must carry your pass with you at all times for the duration of the “Fit Out” period. You will be required to sign in and out at TPASC Customer Service desk each day.

NOTE: Access to Level 2 (main corridor) is not accessible at this time. To access CSIO’s office and S&C area guests must use the elevators or stairs at the South end of the building to Level 3 and across the Level 3 corridor to the North end of the building. Guests can then proceed down the stairs or elevator to Level 2.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Jennifer Stairs, Senior Coordinator, Performance Services at jstairs@csiontario.ca or 647-725-9928.

Latest News

  • Canadian men’s and women’s curling teams named for PyeongChang 2018
    December 11, 2017
    The Canadian Olympic Committee ( COC ) and Curling Canada officially announced the eight athletes and four coaches nominated to represent Team Canada in men’s and women’s curling at the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018. The two teams were...
  • CSIO Logo
    December 6, 2017
    What is Canadian Sport Institute Ontario ( CSIO )? The Canadian Sport Institute Ontario ( CSIO ) is a non-profit incorporated organization committed to providing a world-leading multi-sport daily training environment for athletes, coaches, and...
  • COC statements regarding Russia’s participation in PyeongChang
    December 6, 2017
    Below are the COC ’s statements regarding the IOC decision on Russia’s participation at PyeongChang 2018: “We are encouraged and hopeful that the sanctions announced today by the International Olympic Committee ( IOC ) will bring forward positive...
  • Canada Finishes Milton World Cup With Fourth Medal
    December 4, 2017
    Team Canada capped off a successful weekend of racing at their home Track World Cup on Sunday in Milton, Ontario, with a fourth medal performance. The men’s Team Pursuit squad fought back from a crash to capture the silver medal. Round 3 of the...
  • Ontario logo
    December 1, 2017
    Ontario is boosting support for amateur athletes across the province to further the development of a vibrant and inclusive amateur sports system. This year, Ontario is supporting 57 provincial sport organizations and multi-sport organizations across...