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Parc-Du-Centenaire

Parc-Du-Centenaire

256 Centennial Park Road, Etobicoke, Ontario
http://www1.toronto.ca/parks/prd/facilities/complex/798/

Il y a toujours de l’activité au Parc du centenaire, l’un des plus occupés à Toronto. Situé dans l’extrême nord-ouest de la ville de Toronto, le parc est le site de l’Olympie d’Etobicoke, la piste de ski du Centenaire et son chalet, l’arène du Centenaire, le conservatoire, et le stade du Parc-du-Centenaire. Le parc a aussi plusieurs aires de jeux, des terrains de sports, des diamants de baseball, une zone de piquenique, et des piscines. Le parc ouvre en 1967 pour célébrer le 100e anniversaire du Canada. Le parc occupe un espace qui était anciennement une ferme laitière. Une grande portion de cette ferme a été acheter par la ville de Toronto pour construire le parc. Les pistes de ski sont au-dessus de ce qui était anciennement un dépotoir municipal. C’était fermé et converti pour pouvoir offrir une piste de ski intermédiaire, une piste pour débutant, et une piste de planche à neige. Le Parc-du-Centenaire et l’Olympie d’Etobicoke seraient deux des sites majeurs des jeux Pan Am de 2015.

Crédit Photo https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Centennial_Park_(Toronto)

Crédit Texte http://www1.toronto.ca/parks/prd/facilities/complex/798/

FIL DE NOUVELLES
  • Water Quality
    guestBook Livre d'Or/ logz/ aoû 30, 2016

    Collected samples in the river. Always saw people walking around in the park!

  • Explore150 photoSpot Instantané/ Kat9242/ aoû 29, 2016
  • All play no work
    guestBook Livre d'Or/ Kat9242/ aoû 29, 2016

    My work decided to do a company wide game of baseball. At first all we did was lose but as we enjoyed the beautiful weather and the amazing park that surrounded, winning was not part of the day at all. it was sitting back, relaxing and enjoying the exercise we were getting for running around all the baseball diamonds :)

  • Nature goes hand in hand with these children
    guestBook Livre d'Or/ imsyddd/ fév 16, 2016 Nature goes hand in hand with these children

    To start off,
    Camp Centennial is where I worked as a day camp counsellor teaching children from age 4 to 14 how to love nature and treat the environment with respect. This vision is valued very much at Centennial and I think its important for our young citizens to understand that our actions are paired with damaging consequences. All while enjoying the outdoors, we would demonstrate how to use less and be creative with what we have without using or producing big amounts of waste. Encouraging the kids to pick up their own garbage after snack, turning off taps if not being used, having fun with nature scavenger hunts, building forts with dead trees, cooking over a fire, etc. Moreover, I think its important for us to teach this generation to live sustainably without using notorious amounts of energy and producing toxic waste that is destroying our planet.

  • The Park
    guestBook Livre d'Or/ ml12/ aoû 28, 2015

    This park holds so many memories, as it is around the corner from my grandparents' home. As a child I was taken to the park for picnics, community events, and casual strolls. The vastness and range of activities provided by the park allow for everyone to have an enjoyable time.

  • Explore150 photoSpot Instantané/ ml12/ aoû 28, 2015
Parc-Du-Centenaire

Parc-Du-Centenaire

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How large is Centennial Park?

5,252 acres 6,124 acres 5,850 acres 3,323 acres
FIL DE NOUVELLES
  • Water Quality
    guestBook Livre d'Or/ logz/ aoû 30, 2016

    Collected samples in the river. Always saw people walking around in the park!

  • Explore150 photoSpot Instantané/ Kat9242/ aoû 29, 2016
  • All play no work
    guestBook Livre d'Or/ Kat9242/ aoû 29, 2016

    My work decided to do a company wide game of baseball. At first all we did was lose but as we enjoyed the beautiful weather and the amazing park that surrounded, winning was not part of the day at all. it was sitting back, relaxing and enjoying the exercise we were getting for running around all the baseball diamonds :)

  • Nature goes hand in hand with these children
    guestBook Livre d'Or/ imsyddd/ fév 16, 2016 Nature goes hand in hand with these children

    To start off,
    Camp Centennial is where I worked as a day camp counsellor teaching children from age 4 to 14 how to love nature and treat the environment with respect. This vision is valued very much at Centennial and I think its important for our young citizens to understand that our actions are paired with damaging consequences. All while enjoying the outdoors, we would demonstrate how to use less and be creative with what we have without using or producing big amounts of waste. Encouraging the kids to pick up their own garbage after snack, turning off taps if not being used, having fun with nature scavenger hunts, building forts with dead trees, cooking over a fire, etc. Moreover, I think its important for us to teach this generation to live sustainably without using notorious amounts of energy and producing toxic waste that is destroying our planet.

  • The Park
    guestBook Livre d'Or/ ml12/ aoû 28, 2015

    This park holds so many memories, as it is around the corner from my grandparents' home. As a child I was taken to the park for picnics, community events, and casual strolls. The vastness and range of activities provided by the park allow for everyone to have an enjoyable time.

  • Explore150 photoSpot Instantané/ ml12/ aoû 28, 2015

Il y a toujours de l’activité au Parc du centenaire, l’un des plus occupés à Toronto. Situé dans l’extrême nord-ouest de la ville de Toronto, le parc est le site de l’Olympie d’Etobicoke, la piste de ski du Centenaire et son chalet, l’arène du Centenaire, le conservatoire, et le stade du Parc-du-Centenaire. Le parc a aussi plusieurs aires de jeux, des terrains de sports, des diamants de baseball, une zone de piquenique, et des piscines. Le parc ouvre en 1967 pour célébrer le 100e anniversaire du Canada. Le parc occupe un espace qui était anciennement une ferme laitière. Une grande portion de cette ferme a été acheter par la ville de Toronto pour construire le parc. Les pistes de ski sont au-dessus de ce qui était anciennement un dépotoir municipal. C’était fermé et converti pour pouvoir offrir une piste de ski intermédiaire, une piste pour débutant, et une piste de planche à neige. Le Parc-du-Centenaire et l’Olympie d’Etobicoke seraient deux des sites majeurs des jeux Pan Am de 2015.

256 Centennial Park Road, Etobicoke, Ontario
http://www1.toronto.ca/parks/prd/facilities/com...
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Photo: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Centennial_Park_(Toronto)